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EOSC Projects EXPO

On 16th to 19th of November 2020, PHIDIAS is holding a virtual-exhibitor stand at the EOSC Projects EXPO to showcase the results achieved to date by the project in contribution to the EOSC.

What is EOSC Projects EXPO?

Organised as part of the Realising the European Open Science Cloud joint event by the EOSC-hub, FREYA and SSHOC projects, the EOSC Projects EXPO is the first virtual exhibition showcasing initiatives and projects of the European Open Science Cloud.

The EOSC Projects EXPO showcases some of the latest developments towards "realising a European Open Science Cloud" from the many initiatives and projects that are working together towards the same goal.

The exhibition, as a complement to the Realising the EOSC conference programme, is expected to be a platform that gathers all the EOSC players together for four days of knowledge exchange, the creation of potential synergies, and networking.

Attendance is free of charge and there are no fees charged to exhibitors.


PHIDIAS participating at the EOSC Projects EXPO

PHIDIAS intends to develop consolidated and shared HPC and Data services by building on existing and emerging infrastructure in order to create a coordinated network of systems and a federation of "infrastructure to infrastructure" and "user to infrastructure" services. Coordinated actions of this kind respond to the needs of harmonising existing resources, removing existing silos, and leveraging, collectively, established e-infrastructure to support the excellence and global impact of European science and research through AI and High-performance cloud computing and data management facilities.

The project, with its development of HPC and Data services and use cases from the scientific communities in the Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric sciences, will demonstrate how an HPC workflow-based suite of components can address and provide solutions to support data-driven science throughout the research lifecycle, from data acquisition, to research data management, to Open Data sharing.

In this framework, PHIDIAS aims to become a reference point for the Earth science community enabling them to discover, manage and process spatial and environmental data, through the development of a set of the High-Performance Computing-based services and tools exploiting large satellite datasets.

Don't miss to visit our booth at the EOSC Projects EXPO!

Visit the official EOSC-hub event page for registration and further details.

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The 30-months project will push the Next Generation Internet a step further by providing cascade funding to EU-based researchers and innovators in carrying out Next Generation Internet related experiments in collaboration with US research teams.

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