In recent years, technological progress has been made in plant phenomics. High-throughput plant phenotyping platforms now produce massive datasets involving millions of plant images concerning hundreds of different genotypes at different phenological stages in both field and controlled environments. There is a need for an integrated and federated solution for data management and data processing.
This project aims to perform modeling studies to explore how future energy systems can evolve and to quantify the tradeoffs and interlinkages between different aspects of the global energy systems in the context of international climate change policy and sustainable development.
This use case aims at transitioning the Data Management Platform (DMP) to pre-production and then to full production. The prototype DMP has been deployed within EGI and will now transition to production and registration to the EOSC Marketplace as part of the EOSC-hub project.
The use case aims at creating a light pollution community in B2SHARE in order to use resources such as datasets, presentations, source code.
The Disaster Mitigation Competence Centre Plus (DMCC+) community assembles and makes available simulation services for the support of climate and disaster mitigation research.
ELIXIR unites Europe’s leading life science organisations in managing the increasing volume of data generated by publicly funded research. It coordinates bioinformatics resources across its member states and enables users in academia and industry to access what is vital for their research activities.
LOFAR (LOw-Frequency Array) is a new-generation radio interferometer constructed in the north of the Netherlands and across Europe to look at Universe through the lens of low radio frequencies, well outside the visible spectrum.
To understand the effects of global warming in marine environments, oceanographers analyse and interpret measurements of different physical and chemical parameters, such as temperature or salinity.
The Fusion Research Community of plasma physicists, engineers, materials scientists and robotics specialists have a clear but ambitious goal: to develop nuclear fusion technologies as a clean, abundant and inexhaustible source of energy for the future of all mankind.
ICOS is a pan-European research infrastructure for quantifying and understanding Europe’s greenhouse gas balance. Its mission is to collect high-quality observational data and to promote its use, e.g. to model greenhouse gas fluxes or to support verification of emission data.