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The South East Europe region in the era of Open Science

(N)RENs in the South East Europe region will soon come together to showcase their efforts in the arena of Open Science and present them to their end-users at the 2021 SEE User Forum that will take place on 3 – 4 November, fully online and free of charge.

The Forum, jointly hosted by the GÉANT Project with NI4OS Europe and EOSC Future, aims to be a platform where NRENs can present their role and the services that they provide (now and in the future) to enable their end-users to operate with secure, safe and efficient connectivity.

The event’s programme will kick off with the presentation ‘The added value of EOSC for research’ by Dr Zoe Cournia, Biomedical Research Foundation, Academy of Athens and will include talks on the relation between NRENs and on the pan-European research and academic collaboration within the EOSC panorama. It will also feature discussions on the evolution of the education ecosystem within Erasmus+ project and more, and a selection of use case experiences by on-field experts and researchers.

The brief videos testimonials created for the occasion by the SEE directors offer a great introduction to the concept, ideas and motivation that have led to the launch of the first user forum for the region.

Secure your place today by clicking on the link below and please, note that registrations will close on 2 November at 12.00pm CET


For any questions about the SEE User Forum, please contact

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