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Launch of the European Open Science Cloud
23 November 2018, Vienna, Austria

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Do not miss the EOSC Stakeholders Forum in Vienna on 21-22 November 2018!

The event will have a crucial role in the implementation of the EOSC work plan. Building on the challenges faced and the outcomes of the fifteen Science Demonstrators within EOSCpilot, the Stakeholders Forum is a way of further building on the results around the EOSC Governance Model and Architecture and the Rules of Participation.

More on the event here.

LATEST NEWS

 

EOSC Strategic Implementation Roadmap: briefing resources available

On March 14th, 2018 the Commission adopted the EOSC Strategic Implementation Roadmap. Two presentations are now available on the Commission's website to introduce, illustrate and provide updates...

EU Competitiveness Council endorsed the implementation roadmap for the EOSC

The Implementation Roadmap for the European Open Science Cloud was endorsed by EU research ministers on 29 May in Brussels. During the event, Carlos Moedas, Commissioner for Research...

EOSC Rules of Participation: an overview from the EOSCpilot

To clarify what exactly the Rules of Participation in the European Open Science Cloud is, the EOSCpilot project recently prepared a news piece highlighting the main points to help understand the...

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Events

EOSC Stakeholders Forum, Vienna (21-22 November)

The event will have a crucial role in the implementation of the EOSC work plan. Building on the challenges faced and the outcomes of the fifteen Science Demonstrators within EOSCpilot, the Stakeholders Forum is a way of further building on the results around the EOSC Governance Model and Architecture and the Rules of Participation.

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