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Disclaimer. Please handle and use this data with caution. If you use it on a broader European level, for instance to compare groups of countries or infrastructures, the results are usable. If you want to use individual data points for an individual country, it is best to study the situation in the country itself, for instance starting by contacting an e-IRG delegate in a country.

For each country we show how many e-Infrastructure organisations are active in a country, and if there is strong coordination amongst them or they operate fairly independent ( strong interaction, some interaction, no interaction).

The table shows for different types of e-Infrastructures who owns the e-Infrastructure and who operates them.

Ownership can be by:

  • Ministery: a Ministery of the Government. Mostly the one that is responsible for research;
  • Research: a Research organisation or a University, or an organisation that has been set-up by research organisations and universitities;
  • Owned by both the Ministery &  Research organisations. A mixed case.

 

Operation - the day-to-day management of the e-Infrastructure  can be done  by:

  • Ministery: a Ministery of the Government. Mostly the one that is responsible for research;
  • Research: a Research organisation or a University, or an organisation that has been set-up by research organisations and universitities;
  • Owned by both the Ministery & Research organisations. A mixed case.

 

Financing - who pays for the e-Infarstructure:

  • Ministery: a Ministery of the Government. Mostly the one that is responsible for research;
  • Council: the National Research Council or a specific reseach council, depending on the country;
  • Membership: Membership fees or stake holder contributions;
  • User: (End) user contribution;
  • EU: European Union funding (mostly structudal funds;
  • Other: Someone else pays.

The types of e-Infrastructures are classified as:

  • Networking: this is mostly the national NREN (National Research and Education network)
  • HPC: includes anything from clusters to the national supercomputers available to scientists accross the country
  • Data: data infrastructures, such as research community data bases and storage infrastructures
  • Services: not directly connected to an infrastructure.

The table is organised per country.

Data is taken from a collection aggregrated by the e-IRG with help of e-IRGSP.

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