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September 2017

Once again this year, EUDAT is co-organising the Digital Infrastructures for Research (DI4R) event together with RDA Europe, PRACE, EGI, OpenAIRE and GÉANT. The event takes place in the heart of the European Union in Brussels (Belgium) on 30th November and 1st December 2017, hosted at the stunning Square in the city centre and co-located with the first EOSCpilot Stakeholder event (28-29 November 2017). 

What's new?

This year the conference will revolve around the theme “Connecting the building blocks for Open Science” with the overarching goal of demonstrating how open science, higher education and innovators can benefit from these building blocks, and ultimately to advance integration and cooperation between initiatives.

This is the reason why EUDAT encourages all researchers, developers and service providers to have their say in the conference by submitting an abstract for a 5-minute lightning talk, a 15 minute presentation, an interactive session (90 mins), a poster or a demo (see call for abstracts). The call is now open and closes on 13th October 2017 (click here to submit)!

Registration to the conference is also open: make sure you register by 31st October to benefit from the early-bird rate!

Register to Di4R 2017
Further information on DI4R 2017 are available at
DI4R 2017 Call for abstracts

Use your voice to shape the DI4R 2017: call for abstracts is open!

All interested contributors are invited to submit their abstracts by 13th October 2017 choosing among 6 different topics: Interoperability, Data Science & Skills, Impact evaluation and metrics, Security, trust and identity, The EOSC & EDI building blocks and Business models, sustainability and policies. Submit your proposal 
DI4R Programme Committee

Meet the DI4R 2017 Programme Committee 

DI4R 2017 will be guided by a balanced and experienced Programme Committee (PC), responsible for structuring a balanced programme based on the event objectives and targets, identifying the type of sessions that will make up the programme, defining the content of the Call for Abstracts, reviewing the abstracts submitted through the Call for Abstracts, making final decisions regarding acceptance of abstracts, defining the content of plenary sessions and the list of keynote speakers, creating the Event’s timetable. Read more

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