Showcasing tools and services from Research Infrastructures
- Gergely Sipos (EGI.eu)
Petr Holub (BBMRI-ERIC)
As has been demonstrated in the previous years, providing high-quality samples and data for biomedial research is one of the key challenges the science is currently facing. BBMRI-ERIC, a European Research Infrastructure Consortium on Biobanking and Biomolecular Resources, strives to establish, operate, and further developing a pan-European distributed research infrastructure of high-quality...
Fernando Aguilar (CSIC) , Jesus Marco de Lucas (CSIC)
The different components and a workflow platform to support a FreshWater VRE for the LifeWatch ESFRI will be presented. The VRE is based on cloud resources to support processing of data from different sources of information. A detailed analysis of the components required to monitor and model a water body (like a lake) will be presented. An overview of different related initiatives...
Davor Davidovic (RBI)
DARIAH, the Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities, is a large user community that gathers scientists across Europe from the research field of the Arts and Humanities (A&H). The aim of DARIAH is to enhance and support digitally-enabled research and teaching across the Arts and Humanities in Europe. The objective of DARIAH is to develop, maintain and operate a research...
Giuseppe La Rocca (INFN Catania)
The DARIAH Competence Centre (CC) aims to widen the usage of the e-Infrastructures for Arts and Humanities (A&H) research. The objectives of the DARIAH CC, that will run over two years are the following: (i) to strengthen the collaboration between DARIAH-EU and EGI using workflow-oriented application gateways and deploying A&H applications in the EGI federated cloud (EGI FedCloud); (ii) to...
Daniele Bailo (EGI.eu)
Integrating data from Solid Earth Science and providing a platform for the access to heterogeneous datasets and services over the whole Europe is a challenge that the European Plate Observing System(EPOS)is tackling.EPOS will enable innovative multidisciplinary research for a better understanding of the Earth’s physical processes that control earthquakes,volcanic eruptions,ground instability...
Ingemar Haggstrom (EISCAT)
The design of the next generation incoherent scatter radar system, EISCAT_3D, opens up opportunities for physicists to explore many new research fields. On the other hand, it also introduces significant challenges in handling large-scale experimental data which will be massively generated at great speeds and volumes. This challenge is typically referred to as a big data problem and requires...