Turing Award winner, Bob Kahn was not only one of the inventors of Internet Protocol Suite (TCP/IP), but also one of the driving forces within the internet community that created completely new opportunities, new technologies and new aspirations that we are all familiar with today.
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Why should researchers care about the copyright reform? How does legislation affect the implementation of RDA outputs, and what harm can a non-supportive legislative basis cause? These and many more questions will be addressed during the Webinar by Julia Reda (MEP) on November 14th.
The High Level Expert Group on the European Open Science Cloud (HLEG-EOSC) released its report “Realising the European Open Science Cloud” on 10 October 2016 outlining 15 specific recommendations for the preparatory phase for designing the European Open Science Cloud.
As part of the Outputs exploitation and sustainability effort in Europe, RDA Europe, the European plug-in to the global RDA, has supported the approval of the four listed Recommendations as ICT specifications, a particular EU procedure designed to allow ICT specifications issued by a non-standards body to become endorsed standards and referenced in public procurement.
This booklet illustrates that by showing how e-Infrastructure projects funded under the Horizon 2020 work programme 2014-2015 are helping researchers tackle the challenges posed by one specific societal challenge: climate change.
On 20 June 2016, the Commission High Level Expert Group on the European Open Science Cloud (HLEG EOSC) has published the first draft of their report A Cloud on the 2020 Horizon. Realising the European Open Science Cloud: first report and recommendations.
The RDA Europe project is organising an open workshop on PID systems and a training course for those interested in learning more about PID systems and make up their own mind. Munich, Germany, from 31 August until 1 September.
John Wood, Co-Chair of RDA and Chair of RDA Europe, has been nominated member of the Open Science Policy Platform. This Commission Expert Group has been set-up by the Directorate-General for Research and Innovation to provide advice about the development and implementation of open science policy in Europe.
Europe’s first conference on Digital Infrastructures for Research (DI4R 2016) is designed with research communities in mind and aims to foster the broader adoption of digital infrastructure services and promote user-driven innovation. DI4R2016, taking place in Kraków, on 28-30 September 2016, will be hosted by Academic Computer Centre CYFRONET and organised jointly by EGI, EUDAT, GÉANT, OpenAIRE and RDA Europe. All researchers, developers and service providers are invited to submit abstracts for presentations, training sessions, workshops and demonstrations through the Call for Participation, open until 3 June 2016.