On 3 May, in collaboration with the EOSC Association, the EOSC Steering Board, the European Commission and University of Strasbourg, we organised #EOSCpolicy22 in Strasbourg, France.
The one-day EOSC policy event centred on the European policy context surrounding and supporting the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) initiative. The agenda’s panel discussions and presentations tackled a host of trending topics, using concrete implementation examples, including the status and progress of open science, EOSC more generally, FAIR data and policies.
This event was part of a 2-day programme in Strasbourg and online. On 4 May, we also contributed to a joint policy workshop on National policies relevant to EOSC deployment: Status, gaps, and steps towards harmonisation together with EOSC Pillar, EOSC Nordic, ExPaNDS, NI4OS, EOSC Synergy and FAIRsFAIR.
- Towards a European Data Deal for citizenship and sustainable development – Carlos Zorrinho
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Session 1: EOSC Tripartite Collaboration in the context of EU policies & EOSC Future contributions to the SRIA mission
- Open Science and EOSC in the ERA policy agenda – Silvia Bottaro – presentation & recording
- Open Science Policies at the National Level – Volker Beckmann – presentation & recording
- The voice of the EOSC stakeholders – Karel Luyben – presentation & recording
- Connecting the dots, the role of EOSC Future in the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda – Ron Dekker – presentation & recording
- Panel discussion moderated by Stephan Siemen
Session 2: EOSC/FAIR Data Policies: National & European alignment
- Monitoring progress towards open science as the new norm: National Contributions to the EOSC – Sofia Abrahamsson – presentation & recording
- Policy development for making research data available: Research Council of Norway committee recommendations: – Ola Berge – presentation & recording
- Regional projects’ view on policy status and requirements – Jos van Wezel – presentation & recording
- Enabling Open Science: International dimensions – the example of Astronomy – Mark Allen – presentation& recording
- Panel discussion moderated by Roberto Sabatino
Jos van Wezel
Session 3: Implementation FAIR Data policies: success stories, challenges and current barriers
- Scaling up a national research data infrastructure: The story so far – York Sure-Vetter – presentation & recording
- Developing a FAIR-based research ecosystem in The Netherlands – Ruben Kok – presentation & recording
- What do FAIR principles and EOSC Rules of Participation imply for research infrastructure policies? Developing the ENVRI policy framework: – Ari Asmi – presentation & recording
- Panel discussion moderated by Sara Garavelli
York Sure-Vetter – recording
- EOSC Future closing remarks – Yannis Ioannidis
You can now read the full report here.