13 January 2021, 14:00-15:30 CET
The EUDAT Collaborative Data Infrastructure (or EUDAT CDI) is one of the largest infrastructures of integrated data services and resources supporting research in Europe. It is sustained by a network of more than 20 European research organisations, data and computing centres.
EUDAT’s vision is data sharing across borders and scientific domains in a collaborative way enabling scientific data stewardship and preservation. The CDI is offering services and is supporting European research communities in the area of data sharing, management, finding and access. Consequently, EUDAT was an early catalyst in the process of the establishment of the Research Data Alliance. EUDAT is one of the main contributors to the European Open Science Cloud and is offering the services and resources through the EOSC Service Catalogue.
This talk will cover data management, focusing more on researchers day-to-day needs e.g. storage, sharing with collaborators, data analysis etc. Via different use cases Mark van de Sanden will profile the EUDAT services as a way to address the main issues faced.
- The Infoshare will be recorded and made available through the GÉANT GLAD Website: https://learning.geant.org/infoshares/
- The link and the password to join the ZOOM room will be shared with the registered attendees before the event
Read more on the next infoshares: https://connect.geant.org/2020/12/22/infoshares-sharing-knowledge-for-the-benefit-of-the-geant-community-january-2021-schedule