EUDAT is privileged to have close and collaborative relations with many research infrastructures and e-Infrastructures.
At present, there are seven core communities â€“ CLARIN, ELIXIR, ENES, EPOS, ICOS, LTER Europe and VPH in the consortium covering the Language & Literature, Biological sciences, Earth and related environmental sciences and Medical biotechnologies disciplines. Experience shows that actively involving user communities in all steps is a must for infrastructure projects, and increases the likelihood of broader uptake ofÂ developed services.
EUDAT regularly expands its horizons and renews and adds to the list of communities it works with. EUDAT invests in finding new communities and discusses their ideas and needs for research data management andÂ supports them to solve their problems. In this respect EUDAT is very satisfied that the last call for Data Pilots was very successful in bringing in new pilots in the above mentioned domains but also from different disciplines among with Clinical Medicine, Mathematics and Computer sciences, Media and communications, Nano-technology and Physical Sciences.
The booklet "EUDAT Core communities and Data Pilots Booklet" clearly describes the work that EUDAT is performing with these communities.
If you are interested in a specific domain take a look at the new "Use-Cases" section on the EUDAT website: with one click you can select the use cases that are more close to your area of expertise.