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EUDAT Data Management solutions for communities


EUDAT Data Management solutions for communities
Let's meet at: 11:30 - 13:00 | 17 April 2018

You can't miss it if you are a user from different research communities or if you're interested in understanding the possible use of data services in the research context.


Objective of this session is to show case to potential users how the EUDAT services might be used by different scientific communities to improve the data management. 


Research communities had always a central role in the development of the European Collaborative Data Infrastructure (EUDAT) services with an active participation to their feature definition and their testing by their integration in the data management workflow. This engagement with research communities will continue in the EOSC-Hub framework.

Within EOSC-hub, EUDAT is contributing with a number of services, called B2Services, which aim to offer open and seamless services for storage, management, and re-use of research data.

Representatives from different communities will present how the EUDAT services have been used in the past to manage the data in their respective scientific domain as exemplary use cases for other communities.


11:30 - 11:35 Debora Testi (CINECA) - Welcome and introduction to the session
11:35 - 11:50 Marion Massol (CINES) - “Herbadrop or how does the EUDAT innovation support the European natural science community to explore, manage and preserve its research data”
11:50 - 12:05 Dieter van Uytvanck (CLARIN ERIC) - “Usage of EUDAT services by the CLARIN community”
12:05 - 12:20 Christopher Ariyo (CSC) - “SeaDataCloud: Using EUDAT data management Solutions to support SeaDataNet community”
12:20 - 12:35 Giuseppe Fiameni / Giovanni Morelli (CINECA) - “How to couple data and computing resources: the EUDAT-PRACE collaboration”
12:35 - 13:00 Questions & open discussion