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Title: Co-creating EOSC: University networks shaping EOSC
Authors: Gürdal, Gültekin
Ackermann, Sonia
Ayris, Paul
Björnmalm, Mattias
Borrell, Lidia
Bottaro, Silvia
Budroni, Paolo
Nunzio, Giorgio Maria Di
Finance, Jean-Pierre
Hanslik, Stefan
Holmgren, Sverker
Klemeier, Jessica
Solis, Barbara Sanchez
Saurugger, Bernd
Stoy, Lennart
İzmir Institute of Technology
University of Basel
University College London, University of London
CESAER Leuven
Science Europe
The Guild
Universität Vienna
University of Padua
Universite de Lorraine
Austrian Federal Ministry of Education
Uppsala University
European Molecular Biology Laboratory
Universität Vienna
Technische Universität Wien
Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Keywords: EOSC
Issue Date: 21-Feb-2020
Publisher: EOSC Secretariat
Abstract: This report is a summary of the workshop “University Networks shaping EOSC” which was organised with the support of the EOSC Secretariat co-creation funding at the EFTA Palace, Rue Joseph II, 12-16, Brussels, Belgium, from 23-24 January 2020. The organisers gathered 35 participants from the five university networks EUA, The Guild, CESAER, LERU and the Coimbra Group as well as representatives from the Swiss Universities and the Turkish Universities, experts from the EOSC Governance Boards, experts from E-IRG and ESFRI, members of EC staff (Open Science Unit) in order to discuss EOSC building processes. The main goal was to voice the needs of researchers and research institutions with a focus on the main topics a) How will EOSC be governed and funded after 2020?, b) User engagement referring to organisations, c) Networking and collaborations.
Description: This report is a summary of the workshop “University Networks shaping EOSC” which was organised with the support of the EOSC Secretariat co-creation funding at the EFTA Palace, Rue Joseph II, 12-16, Brussels, Belgium, from 23-24 January 2020. The organisers gathered 35 participants from the five university networks EUA, The Guild, CESAER, LERU and the Coimbra Group as well as representatives from the Swiss Universities and the Turkish Universities, experts from the EOSC Governance Boards, experts from E-IRG and ESFRI, members of EC staff (Open Science Unit) in order to discuss EOSC building processes. The main goal was to voice the needs of researchers and research institutions with a focus on the main topics a) How will EOSC be governed and funded after 2020?, b) User engagement referring to organisations, c) Networking and collaborations.
URI: https://zenodo.org/record/3693914#.YrLO5nZBzcs
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