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OSIRIS

Project reference: 248295
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Towards an Open and Sustainable ICT Research Infrastructure Strategy

From 2010-01-01 to 2012-06-30

Project details

Total cost:

EUR 1 011 143

EU contribution:

EUR 818 367

Coordinated in:

Belgium

Call for proposal:

FP7-ICT-2009-4See other projects for this call

Funding scheme:

CSA - Coordination & support action

Towards an Open and Sustainable ICT Research Infrastructure Strategy

Research infrastructures (RIs) are facilities, resources and related services used by the scientific community to conduct top-level research in their respective fields. European RIs are key instruments in bringing together a wide variety of stakeholders to look for solutions to problems facing society today. In the near future there will be large scale investments in improving and replacing European RIs. These future investments will be predominately oriented towards transnational RIs.
The OSIRIS (Towards an Open and Sustainable ICT Research Infrastructure Strategy) consortium is composed of participants involving several and highly relevant Public Authorities and National Champions across 13 EU Members States and Associated Countries and regions with direct links to existing and future ICT European RIs (i.e. High Performance Computing, Grids, Networks, Micro/Nanoelectronics and Future Internet).
Through its objectives, the OSIRIS project opens a novel initiative regarding the structure and management of European ICT RIs that will cover existing and crucial gaps related to the necessary dialogue between the main stakeholders of European ICT RIs. The mission of OSIRIS is the creation of a open and living working group that will analyse in a continuous process the relationship between present and future European ICT RIs, Public Authorities and National Champions facing present and future issues and thus aligns itself with the ESFRI roadmap and its intention to build European capacity within the context of European ICT RIs.

Objective

The OSIRIS consortium is composed of participants involving Public Authorities and RI Champions across 12 EU Members States and Associated Countries and regions with direct links to existing and future ICT European RIs (i.e. High Performance Computing, Grids, Networks, Micro/Nanoelectronics and Future Internet). OSIRIS therefore has been established with the necessary structure and elements to reach its objectives:The main aim of the OSIRIS project initiative is to provide structured information and models for decision makers (European Commission, Member States, Associated Countries) who develop cross border public-public partnerships and who establish a coordinated approach to future large scale investments in transnational European ICT RIs.The OSIRIS project and consortium will collect, structure and provide this information based on an analysis of the current coordinating organizations active in the field and relevant documents and provide an overview and qualitative model of the important subjects to be considered when setting-up and running an ICT RI including Governance, Policy, Sustainability, Operational principles,.. This qualitative model will be applied to important examples of ICT research infrastructures together with a more detailed analysis of a representative set of ICT research infrastructuresThe OSIRIS project and consortium therefore paves the way to a platform for continuous analysis and recommendations on existing and future European ICT RIs leading to:• Complementary or common planning of investments and investment policies in order to obtain sustainable European ICT RIs• Procedures, rules and management mechanisms for coordinated investments in large scale transnational ICT RI's in Europe

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Coordinator contact

Piet Demeester
Tel.: +32 9 331 49 00
Fax: +32 9 331 48 99
E-mail
Piet Demeester
Tel.: +32 9 331 49 00
Fax: +32 9 331 48 99
E-mail

Coordinator

IMINDS VZW
Belgium

EU contribution: EUR 172 491


GASTON CROMMENLAAN 8/102
9050 GENT
Belgium
Administrative contact: Dominique Moens
Tel.: +3293314821
Fax: +3293314805
E-mail

Participants

INTERUNIVERSITAIR MICRO-ELECTRONICA CENTRUM VZW
Belgium

EU contribution: EUR 86 968


Kapeldreef
3001 LEUVEN
Belgium
Administrative contact: Christine Van Houtven
Tel.: +3216281613
Fax: +3216281812
E-mail
AGENTSCHAP VOOR INNOVATIE DOOR WETENSCHAP EN TECHNOLOGIE
Belgium

EU contribution: EUR 80 988


Koning Albert II-laan
1030 Brussel
Belgium
Administrative contact: Luc De Ridder
Tel.: +32 2 432 42 38
Fax: +32 2 432 43 99
E-mail
CSEM CENTRE SUISSE D'ELECTRONIQUE ET DE MICROTECHNIQUE SA - RECHERCHE ET DEVELOPPEMENT
Switzerland

EU contribution: EUR 55 391


Rue Jaquet-Droz
2002 NEUCHATEL
Switzerland
Administrative contact: Nico de Rooij
Tel.: +41327205111
Fax: +41327205740
E-mail
AKADEMIE VED CESKE REPUBLIKY
Czech Republic

EU contribution: EUR 33 002


NARODNI
117 20 PRAHA 1
Czech Republic
Administrative contact: Jan Hrusak
Tel.: +420 221 403258
Fax: +420 221 403 476
E-mail
CESNET, ZAJMOVE SDRUZENI PRAVNICKYCH OSOB
Czech Republic

EU contribution: EUR 12 113


ZIKOVA
160 00 PRAHA 6
Czech Republic
Administrative contact: Melanie Dedikova
Tel.: +420224355246
Fax: +420224313211
E-mail
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CORK, NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND, CORK
Ireland

EU contribution: EUR 113 961


Western Road
- CORK
Ireland
Administrative contact: Conor Delaney
Tel.: +353 21 4904263
Fax: +353 21 4904058
E-mail
MATIMOP, ISRAELI INDUSTRY CENTER FOR RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
Israel

EU contribution: EUR 17 886


Hamered Street
61500 TEL AVIV
Israel
Administrative contact: Aviv Zeevi Balasiano
Tel.: +972546622112
Fax: +97235170232
E-mail
ISTITUTO NAZIONALE DI FISICA NUCLEARE
Italy

EU contribution: EUR 70 274


Via Enrico Fermi
00044 FRASCATI
Italy
Administrative contact: Luisa Iacono
Tel.: +39 0499677295
Fax: +39 04982777282
E-mail
LATVIJAS UNIVERSITATES MATEMATIKAS UN INFORMATIKAS INSTITUTS
Latvia

EU contribution: EUR 46 067


RAINA BULVARIS 29
1459 RIGA
Latvia
Administrative contact: Inara Opmane
Tel.: +371 67224730
Fax: +371 67820153
E-mail
LR IZGLITIBAS UN ZINATNES MINISTRIJA
Latvia

EU contribution: EUR 17 491


VALNU STREET
1050 RIGA
Latvia
Administrative contact: Gita Revalde
Tel.: +37167047899
E-mail
STICHTING NATIONALE COMPUTERFACILITEITEN
Netherlands

EU contribution: EUR 36 926


LAAN VAN NIEUW OOST INDIE
2593 CE DEN HAAG
Netherlands
Administrative contact: Patrick J.C. Aerts
Tel.: +31 70 344 0526
Fax: +31 70 344 0946
E-mail
Ministrstvo za izobrazevanje, znanost in sport
Slovenia

EU contribution: EUR 0


Masarykova
1000 Ljubljana
Slovenia
Administrative contact: Davor Kozmus
Tel.: +386 1 478 4693
Fax: +386 1 478 4719
E-mail
TURKIYE BILIMSEL VE TEKNOLOJIK ARASTIRMA KURUMU
Turkey

EU contribution: EUR 16 025


Ataturk Bulvari
06100 ANKARA
Turkey
Administrative contact: Hasan Balikci
Tel.: +90 312 427 23 02
Fax: +90 312 427 40 24
E-mail
COUNCIL FOR SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH
South Africa

EU contribution: EUR 20 269


Meiring Naude Road, Brummeria
0001 PRETORIA
South Africa
Administrative contact: Barbara Kistner
Tel.: +27128412621
Fax: +27128412689
E-mail
UNIVERSITEIT GENT
Belgium

EU contribution: EUR 0


SINT PIETERSNIEUWSTRAAT
9000 GENT
Belgium
Administrative contact: Saskia Vanden Broeck
Tel.: +3292643124
Fax: +3292643583
E-mail
Record Number: 94514 / Last updated on: 2016-04-01