Envisioning the Future - Presentations
- Sergio Andreozzi (EGI.eu)
In this session, there are three different contributions:
Dr. Yuri Demchenko will present a vision for RI platforms as a Service that incorporates recent digital technologies and platform/ecosystem thinking; this work is part of the project SLIDES-DS and represents a design study towards the future SLICES Research Infrastructure part of the ESFRI Roadmap
Dr. Fotis Karagiannis will share insights from the upcoming e-IRG white paper entitled "Good practices of coordination within and across e-Infrastructures and thematic Research Infrastructures (RIs)" explaining how the different levels of federation are key to building international infrastructures.
Ms. Ludovica Paseri will address the topic of open science from the legal perspective, starting with the fundamental rights on which it is rooted.
Modern Science is becoming increasingly data driven and works with a large amount of data, which are heterogeneous, distributed and require special infrastructure for data collection, storage, processing, and visualisation. Science digitalization, likewise industry digitalization, is facilitated by the explosive development of digital technologies and cloud based infrastructure technologies...
The presentation will provide insights on the first iteration of new e-IRG White Paper 2021 that is entitled "Good practices of coordination within and across e-Infrastructures and thematic Research Infrastructures (RIs)", while the overall White Paper (with more iterations planned later in 2021) is entitled "Vision for an inclusive and holistic e‑Infrastructure ecosystem for the European...
In the current era of the digital revolution, the impact of new technologies and ICTs on scientific research is clearly significant. The radical transformation that the use of technology has determined in science urges a rethinking of the way science is done: the emergence of the Open Science paradigm is a step in this direction. Open Science does not only aim at promoting the openness of...
It is often said that Creativity is not innate and that it can be cultivated like skill. That it is like a muscle, the more you train the stronger it becomes. But how do you train yourself to become more creative? Moreover, the COVID-19 virtual world has even made it difficult to develop and harness team and group creativity.
Drawing inspiration from the Innovator's DNA - a book by Clayton...