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Erasmus Play: accommodation search engine

Erasmus+ is the EU's programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe. Its budget of over €14 billion provides opportunities for Europeans to study, train, and gain experience abroad. 

EOSC-hub Disaster Mitigation Competence Centre Plus (DMCC+)

e-Science & e-Infrastructures are having profound impacts in Asia and have recently been moving towards open science supported by the EOSC-Hub project.

EPOS-ORFEUS and the seismology community

ORFEUS coordinates the seismological waveform services in European Plate Observing System (EPOS).

Addressing issues related to climatic variability and sustainable use of forests

Climate change is one of the most pressing societal challenges and is having an adverse impact on many of the World’s environments.

Towards a global federated framework for open science cloud

Science Area: Environmental and health sciences

Goals: This early adopter aims to allow researchers from Africa and China to use EOSC services on top of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CNIC) resources.

Mapping the sensitivity of mitigation scenarios to societal choices

Science areas: Earth Sciences, Environmental Engineering, Economics and Business

Goals: this project aims to perform modeling studies to explore how future energy systems can evolve and to quantify the tradeoffs and interlinkages between different aspects of the global energy systems in the context of international climate change policy and sustainable development.

From language data to insight: the CLARIN demonstrator

Human language is ambiguous and often complex to interpret. One sentence can have multiple meanings. Transforming the language into real, directly usable research data, requires deep insight in the linguistic content, e.g. via dictionaries and language models. This use case explains how the integration of the CLARIN infrastructure into the EOSC portal can facilitate the study of language data and how the Portal itself can support the Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) community.

EOSC-hub and OpenAIRE-Advance: Published or Private: How to do both?

The research life-cycle made easy using OpenAIRE and EOSC-hub services: making data open yet anonymous. Becky is an early career social scientist. She is excited to have been offered a competitive post in a well-established department to work on an international EC Horizon 2020 5-year research project with many partners. The project started a year before she arrived, and her institution leads the research on the language used to describe immigration in the national press.

EOSCpilot demonstrator: TEXTCROWD

The Social Sciences and Humanities research communities face a fragmented research landscape that can be supported by EOSC. The EOSC would help overcome such fragmentation, by building on structuring and integrating initiatives such as the CLARIN, DARIAH and E-RIHS ERICs, and Digital Humanities Organizations to offer advanced text-based services addressing common research needs.

The EOSC Portal is operated by the EOSC Enhance (Grant Agreement no. 871160), EOSC-hub (Grant Agreement no. 777536), and OpenAIRE-Advance (Grant Agreement no. 777541) projects funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. For a complete list of contributors, visit the About EOSC Portal