EUDAT 3rd User Forum – Horizon2020 opportunities and Community collaboration

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charles-universityEUDAT’s 3rd User Forum focuses on close collaboration with communities, organisations and initiatives and how they are integrating and exploiting the current set of EUDAT research data services. The recent Call for Collaboration projects resulted in over 30 applications from a vast range of scientific communities covering, but not limited to, life sciences, atmospheric sciences, marine biology, physics, chemistry, nano-science and materials science, medical science, biodiversity and climate modelling and some will present their tangible collaboration plans.

 

EUDAT-logoThe User Forum will also be a platform to look at Horizon 2020 opportunities, in terms of outlining EUDAT’s plans for research data management planning support for projects, how collaboration with existing and new users will evolve as well as interacting with attendees on their expectations and requirements for services and support from EUDAT under Horizon2020.
For more details see http://www.eudat.eu/3rd-eudat-user-forum

 

Taking place at Charles University Prague, the User Forum begins on 23 April at 11:00 and ends at 13:00 on 24 April.

Participation is free of charge but places are limited so REGISTER soon at http://www.eudat.eu/3rd-user-forum-registration

 

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