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National roadmaps for Research Infrastructures provided by member states are presented on this page. Description presents current situation in the e-Infrastructure as well as plans of development. Naturally, roadmaps are focused mainly on infrastructure aspects like: network, computation, data storage and presents short-term and long-term goals from local perspective.  Moreover, from presented study we can learn that the national network providers which offer services for institutes, universities, colleges and cultural organisations are often confronted with requirements to deliver more sophisticated support to research across all scientific disciplines. In some cases the analysis goes beyond the e-Infrastructure and identified software-related needs like coordinated and consolidated databases specific science discipline. Providing secure access on adequate level to networks, storage, computing resources is always a vital point in many analysis. The studies often touches also facets like support for advanced users, e-Science tools and data mining.

The documents are a good starting point for discussion on present situation in European Union and an important point when laying development plans. The e-Infrastructure paves the way for common solutions for shared needs and requirements. Having a general, common layer of supporting e-infrastructures also allows for a refocus on science  for the disciplinary research infrastructures. E-infrastructures shared by thematic infrastructures are an important facilitator of cross-disciplinary sharing, thereby enabling the study of fundamentally new research questions. The interoperability of these infrastructures with the horizontal support structures becomes key for collaboration, sharing of data and results and for scientific development as such. The e-infrastructures are a crucial part of the data driven science.

If you want to see a  Road Map in the context of the developments inside a specific country, please look at the page in the country section of the Knowledge Base.

If you want to know when to expect a new National Research Infrastructure Roadmap, have a look at http://www.esfri.eu/national-roadmaps.

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National Research Infrastructure Roadmap 2018

National Research Infrastructure Roadmap 2018 for Hungary. For Hungary, the Extreme Light Infrastructure Attosecond Light Pulse Source (ELI-ALPS) facility has particular importance: it is a major con- tribution to laser research and can open new ways for physics, chemistry, materials science and medical biology. The facility, which started operation gradually in late 2017, is mainly used for basic research but will also contribute to applied research and, as a spillover effect, to industrial application. In addition to the ELI-ALPS, there are several other research infrastructures in Hungary. These lower cost RIs can be fi- nanced from national funds and are normally not considered as unique facilities, still, they are essential for Hungarian researchers. To use the large scale European RIs and join the international scientific networks around them, Hungary needs well-equipped domestic RIs.
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