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The Austrian Science Fund will introduce a Data Management Plan and a new Open Data Policy next year. Through the EOSC Portal, we expect that the research data obtained from FWF projects will become more widely disseminated, both for users in research and for those in society.
The EOSC Portal will support our researchers in all the steps of research. They will benefit from the EOSC Portal as a single-entry access point to services and resources for different disciplines or research domains. This complements the OpenAIRE monitor tools of the research output both on the level of a single researcher and institutions.
Slovenia currently doesn’t have a FAIR research data e-Infrastructure. The EOSC Portal will assist our researchers in providing information on available data centres and their services for certain domains, in addition to advice/support on the management of the long tail of research data.
The EOSC Portal will be a powerful tool, especially for the users from “the long tail of science”, who will be able to access all the power of EU e-infrastructures and to use, combine, re-purpose and deposit their data without having to think much about the back office.
The EOSC Portal will help CESSDA making its data more findable and facilitate the access to it; it will induce interoperability and encourage reuse by fostering research communities. It will also enable us to connect with adjacent disciplines thus improving collaborative research.
The EOSC Portal will help us to establish LOFAR services as an integral part of the European wide open science infrastructure. LOFAR, being a data-intensive scientific instrument, already utilises scalable storage and compute infrastructure as envisaged by the EOSC. We expect the portal to trigger new collaborations as well as to open opportunities for us to access science-enabling resources offered through the EOSC.
The PaN community supports multi-disciplinary research teams from a wide range of scientific fields. We see the EOSC Portal as a boost to the interoperability between methods and data from different frameworks and tools.
As a research infrastructure for arts and humanities research, DARIAH’s ambition would be to contribute to the EOSC Portal that makes our data, the tools we develop to work with it and the distributed knowledge we have about it, accessible and reusable to a wide range of user communities more efficiently than is currently possible.
The EOSC Portal will help us to expose ICOS data and services to researchers interested in climate change and the carbon cycle. Starting from the portal, these researchers will be referred to ICOS’ Carbon Portal where data can be visualised and accessed. ICOS is also developing community-based services, including on-demand computations of station footprints and dedicated Virtual Research Environments that will allow scientists to interact with ICOS data products.
If EPOS succeeds in being interoperable with the EOSC Portal and if user community has access to the EOSC cloud computing resources, EPOS can act as a solid Earth Science hub in the EOSC galaxy. This will allow establishing EOSC interactions with the scientific communities in synergy with the community building sustained by RIs in the different domains.
For EuroGEOSS, the EOSC will be instrumental in providing the large computation and storage capabilities we need to run scientific models at local, national, regional and potentially global scale. The EOSC Portal in particular will give our scientists the possibility to access and run analytic models in a transparent way, without the need of a local infrastructure hosting data and computing facilities.
The EOSC Portal will make it easier for archaeologists to access TextCrowd and other metadata services. Making such services available through the EOSC Portal will extend their scope, guarantee their compatibility and interoperability with other services, for example, designed for other scientific domains, and ultimately foster cross-disciplinary approaches to research.
The EOSC Portal will allow us to access resources beyond those that exist at local data centres; to seek advice from experts in the fields of distributed computing and data management; and to support the dissemination of fusion related data to a wider audience.
The EOSC Portal will support CLARIN’s communities of use by enabling easy access to the distributed resources available as FAIR data, by further stimulating the interoperability of data and tools, and by fostering the potential for data reuse and multidisciplinary work, both within and beyond the various subfields of the Social Sciences and Humanities, aimed at linguistic topics such as language disorders and language learning, and topics for which language can be used as a lens, such as migration patterns, cultural dynamics, ageing and political trends.
The EOSC Portal brings many advantages to WeNMR. Thanks to the portal, our online services will be available to more researchers through a user-friendly, easy-to-use marketplace. More researchers means more science done with the support of our services. And more science means more knowledge, more innovation and more impact for our work.