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EOSC Photon and Neutron Data Services

Description du projet

Mettre les données scientifiques sur les photons et les neutrons à la disposition des universitaires

Les infrastructures de recherche à grande échelle produisent quotidiennement d’énormes quantités de données scientifiques. Cela pose des problèmes en matière de stockage et de facilité de (ré)utilisation, qui sont abordés sous l’angle du paradigme «FAIR», qui signifie: trouvables, accessibles, interopérables et réutilisables. Reconnaissant l’importance d’encourager la science et l’innovation ouvertes, la CE a soutenu l’idée du European Open Science Cloud (EOSC), qui a pris forme en 2015. L’EOSC propose désormais un catalogue de services pour le stockage, la gestion, l’analyse et la réutilisation des données de recherche. L’objectif ambitieux du projet ExPaNDS, financé par l’UE, est de permettre le développement d’infrastructures de recherche sur les photons et les neutrons au niveau national en ouvrant l’accès à un maximum de données, en se conformant aux principes FAIR, et en harmonisant les catalogues et les services d’analyse des données par le biais de l’EOSC.

Objectif

The ambition of EOSC Photon and Neutron Data Services (ExPaNDS) is to enrich the EOSC with data management services and to coordinate activities to enable national Photon and Neutron (PaN) RIs to make the majority of their data ‘open’ following FAIR principles and to harmonise their efforts to make their data catalogues and data analysis services accessible through the EOSC, thereby enabling them to be shared in a uniform way.
EOSC currently provides a range of services that needs to be adapted to the ever-increasing requirements of scientific experiments held at various PaN RIs. It is essential that these services become standardised, interoperable and integrated to fully exploit the scientific opportunities at PaN RIs.
ExPaNDS therefore seeks to: Enable EOSC services and to provide coherent FAIR data services to the scientific users of PaN RIs; connect PaN RIs through a platform of data catalogues and analysis services through the EOSC for users from RIs, universities, industry etc.; gather feedback and cooperate with the EOSC governance bodies to improve the EOSC and develop standard relationships and interconnections between scientific publications, PaN scientific datasets, experimental reports, instruments and authors (via ORCID).
Concretely ExPaNDS proposes to standardise and link all the relevant PaN RI catalogues to ensure that the user community has access to both the raw data they collect, which is linked to their research session at the various national RIs, and relevant peer review articles produced as a direct result of their usage. It is paramount that we develop a common ontology to fully integrate all the elements of the catalogues as well as a roadmap for the back-end architecture and functionalities. We also propose to develop a powerful taxonomy strategy in line with the requirement of the EOSC user community. The proposed activity will feed into the OpenAIRE infrastructure integrating and linking entities from a wide range of scholarly resources.

Appel à propositions

H2020-INFRAEOSC-2018-2020

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Sous appel

H2020-INFRAEOSC-2018-3

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DEUTSCHES ELEKTRONEN-SYNCHROTRON DESY
Contribution nette de l'UE
€ 953 550,00
Adresse
NOTKESTRASSE 85
22607 Hamburg
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Région
Hamburg Hamburg Hamburg
Type d’activité
Research Organisations
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Coût total
€ 953 550,00

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