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At the ESFRI Roadmap 2018 Launch Event in Vienna, Austria on 11 September 2018, e-IRG Chair Gabriele von Voigt explained the role of e-IRG in the ESFRI Roadmap 2018.
The PRACE position paper entitled “PRACE in the EuroHPC Era” advocates for a strong partnership between EuroHPC and PRACE, including key partners from the European ICT landscape.
A new publication demonstrates how ELIXIR Finland, operated by CSC - IT Center for Science, supports life science research, biotechnological innovation and its translation into the knowledge economy.
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e-Infrastructures e-Infrastructures

Science today is difficult to imagine without a strong IT component. In Europe science that depends on IT is called eScience.  IT infrastructures that support eScience are called e-Infrastructures. There is a long tradition to develop e-Infrastructures in Europe, and to try to connect them into continent wide e-Infrastructures. This to allow reasearchers from different countries to work together using the same computers.

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Nordic eScience Action Plan 2.0.pdf

Nordic eScience Action Plan 2.0 - eScience and eInfrastructure in an international context - 10 concrete actions for implementation

Open science and research leads to surprising discoveries and creative insights.pdf

Open science and research roadmap 2014–2017. Reports of the Ministry of Education and Culture, Finland 2014:21

Annual report 2014 Herculesstichting.pdf

Annual report 2014 Herculesstichting. Research infrastructures in Flanders. (In Dutch)

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