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 Working Group Researcher Engagement in Austria – have just published our 8th interview. Josef Küng, a computer scientist, talks about the need for large data sets and challenges regarding the access to such data sets. He also touches the topic of quality checks, reference systems and descriptions to increase trust in data quality.
The EOSC Symposium 2023 in a wrap: Three days of plenary and breakout sessions, shared insights and new developments were presented to the EOSC community in the capital city of Spain, Madrid. By looking back at all achievements of the last year and looking forward to the future of EOSC, the EOSC Symposium managed to capture the movements in the dynamic environment of EOSC.
In the 7th interview published by the WG Researcher Engagement, Birgit Wassermann, a microbiome researcher, shares how data sharing has become a common practice in her field and how the availability of data has led through scientific breakthroughs. She also explains that microbiome research could benefit from more data storage space and metadata standards.
The support and coordination project EOSC Focus capture all project results and map how they add value to the overall goal of achieving “one EOSC”, the EOSC Focus project is collaborating with the project consortia to capture their contributions and translate them into a “Macro-roadmap”. TU Graz as tasklead of Coordination between projects, played an important role.