The working group will support the development and facilitate the implementation of the framework for the EOSC strategic research and innovation agenda on a national level. This will include the formulation of all required steps to a minimal viable EOSC model in Austria, and beyond, enable future annexation to public and private sectors. Activities will be based on technical information exchange and cooperation with EOSC advisory groups and taskforces as well as related projects.
Coordinator: Claire Jean-Quartier (TU Graz)
Members: Paolo Budroni (TU Wien), David Eckhard (TU Graz), Ilire Hasani-Mavriqi (TU Graz), Raman Ganguly (Universität Wien), Lars Kaczmirek (University of Vienna), Tomasz Miksa (TU Wien), Christian Panigl (University of Vienna), Heimo Rainer (NHMW), Barbara Sanchez Solis (TU Wien), Mojib Wali (TU Graz), Herwig Wiesinger (JKU)
We aim to collect potential gaps related to e-infrastructures, data, applications and services, and assess requirements for new users as well as providers with a possible destination to frame use cases.
Our work will be based on synergies resulting from ongoing projects and developments in e-infrastructure or software solutions.
We will use our collected experiences also to shape EOSC on a supranational level. Our team participates in several EOSC Association task forces in regard to infrastructure for quality research software, technical interoperability of data and services, long-term data preservation, FAIR metrics and data quality as well as semantic interoperability.
The WG will execute its activities over the period of ongoing related projects and will be re-evaluated at the end of 2022. As new projects arise, a follow-up WG with adapted subcategories can be defined in this progress, in the course of the implementation roadmap of EOSC.