The Austria Country Profile was created within the initiative of the EOSC Support Office Austria. It is a deliverable of the Working Group (WG) “Austria Country Profile”.
How they do this – for example through interviews, workshops or surveys – is up to each WG. In this article, all of the eight WGs are briefly described, their goals are presented and links to previous publications and first results are shared. In the future, further activities and results will be presented via the newsletter in more detail. Results are also published in the Zenodo Community EOSC Austria.
In 2015 the vision of a federated system of infrastructures supporting research by providing an open multidisciplinary environment to publish, find and re-use data, tools and services led to the launch of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). Against this background, bodies such as the EOSC Association on the European level and the EOSC Support Office Austria on the national one have been established. Within this framework and since research has always been at the heart of EOSC, we are eliciting visions, needs and requirements for research data and practices from researchers who are located at public universities in Austria. Let’s see what Computer Scientist Thomas Lampoltshammer has to say!
Open Knowledge Maps has recently reached a major milestone – over 1 million maps have been created on the platform. Open Knowledge Maps and its open infrastructure are part of the European Open Science Cloud. We follow the system-of-systems approach, whereby the services offered on our platform can easily be integrated in 3rd party systems.
The Austria Country Profile was created within the initiative of the EOSC Support Office Austria. It is a deliverable of the Working Group (WG) “Austria Country Profile”. The WG is tasked with the regular monitoring of EOSC building processes in Austria, i.e. open science and FAIR related policies, projects, activities as well as research data (management) infrastructures.