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e-IRG e-IRG

e-IRG is a strategic body to facilitate integration in the area of European e-Infrastructures and connected services, within and between member states, at the European level and globally.

The mission of e-IRG is to support both coherent, innovative and strategic European e-Infrastructure policymaking and the development of convergent and sustainable e-Infrastructure services.

http://e-irg.eu/

Magazine produced by e-IRGSP6 Magazine produced by e-IRGSP6

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Due to the current crisis, the publication of the e-IRG magazine was unfortunately delayed by about 2 months. We are confident it still provides interesting reading though.

Funding Funding

This  project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 823761.

e-IRGSP6 e-IRGSP6

e-IRGSP6 will provide the core services to the e-Infrastructure Reflection Group (e-IRG). The project will support e-IRG in its activities producing high-level policy recommendations towards the implementation of EOSC, EDI and the e-Infrastructure Commons overall. The activities include the operation of the secretariat, i.e. organisation of e- IRG and outreach events and provision of secretarial support to e-IRG, its Chair and Executive Board. The provision of editorial support during the preparation of policy documents, as well as the support to e-IRG working groups and task forces are also vital services needed by e-IRG. The communication and e-IRGSP6 will provide the core services to the e-Infrastructure Reflection Group (e-IRG).

The project will support e-IRG in its activities producing high-level policy recommendations towards the implementation of EOSC, EDI and the e-Infrastructure Commons overall. The activities include the operation of the secretariat, i.e. organisation of e-IRG and outreach events and provision of secretarial support to e-IRG, its Chair and Executive Board. The provision of editorial support during the preparation of policy documents, as well as the support to e-IRG working groups and task forces are also vital services needed by e-IRG.

The communication and liaison activities include the dissemination of the outputs of e-IRG, liaison with its various stakeholders, in particular ESFRI, the operation of the external and internal e-IRG web presence and maintenance of the social media outlets. e-IRGSP6 will also assist the EC, the Members States and Associated Countries with communication activities around EOSC and EDI/EuroHPC. Through these supporting activities by e- IRGSP6 and in its capacities e-IRG will contribute to the implementation of EOSC and promote the cultural change towards Open Science principles. The consortium is very experienced and well-connected in the field through long- term involvement in previous e-IRG support projects.

Highlighted Activities Highlighted Activities

Upcomimg workshop Upcomimg workshop

Each year e-IRGSP6 helps to organise two e-IRG workshops and four e-IRG Delegates meetings. The workshops focus on hot e-Infrastructure topics and are open to everyone to attend.

http://e-irg.eu/upcoming-events

Knowledge Base Knowledge Base

The e-IRG Knowledge Base provides factual information about e-Infrastructures and related areas such as HPC and Research Infrastructures with a strong IT component. It is intended to be used by for instance the e-IRG in their policy making process. It is an element of evidence based policy making.

http://knowledgebase.e-irg.eu/

e-Infrastructure news e-Infrastructure news

Didem Unat is the project coordinator of a newly awarded project called SparCity, an optimization and co-design framework for sparse computation. Didem Unat works as a faculty member at the KoƧ
The EBRAINS infrastructure for neuroscience has officially submitted an application for inclusion in the ESFRI Roadmap 2021. EBRAINS offers researchers a comprehensive package of powerful tools,
The open consultation for the EOSC Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) closed on the 31st of August, collecting insightful input about the current draft of the SRIA document from within
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