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DI4R 2017 programme is now available: get your early bird registration & join us in Brussels!
With about one month left to go, the heart of the European Union, Brussels, is getting ready to host the second edition of Digital Infrastructures for Research, a joint event organised by the major European e-Infrastructure initiatives (EGI, EUDAT, GÉANT, OpenAIRE, PRACE and RDA Europe).
What to expect?
The full conference programme has now been released (view it here) and it counts over 20 sessions, 2 plenaries, and of course plenty of opportunities to network and enjoy the central location.
Early-bird registration has been extended!
…indeed! If you have not registered yet, do not miss out the opportunity to benefit from the early-bird rate, now available until 3 November 2017. Register & purchase your ticket here.
Meet EUDAT at DI4R 2017
Not only is EUDAT among the organisers of the event, but we will also be engaging you in presentations, workshops and constructive discussions. In fact, EUDAT will contribute to the event with 4 presentations:
|SeaDataCloud – further developing the pan-European SeaDataNet infrastructure for marine and ocean data management||Chris Ariyo (CSC)||Area 5: The EOSC & EDI building blocks||Thursday 30 November||11:00-11:15|
|Toward FAIR semantic resources||Yann Le Franc (e-Science Data Factory)||Area 1: Interoperability||Thursday 30 November||11:45-12:00|
|Challenges for Data Loss Prevention at Research Infrastructures||Urpo KAILA (CSC)||Area 4: Security trust and identiry||Thursday 30 November||16:45-17:00|
|SMEs engagment within EUDAT||Dave Wright (UCL)||Area 6: Business models sustainability and policies||Friday 1 December||11:05-11:10|
Finally, don’t forget to check out our posters to learn more about our recent EUDAT Summer School outcomes and the future of EUDAT with the EUDAT Collaborative Data Infrastructure (CDI).
Make sure to browse the online programme and to register to the conference (early-bird deadline is 3/11/2017) …Meet you in Brussels!