The Early Adopter Programme is open to organisations with an interest in closely following the ARCHIVER PCP, from either a policy or demand perspective. It allows you to help shape the R&D carried out in the project, test the solutions developed, giving your organisation a potential route to purchasing pilot-scale services.
The Early Adopters engaged so far
During the Open Market Consultation and the Tender preparation period, the following public sector and not-for-profit organisations formally expressed interest in the Early Adopters programme:
|Jisc (National Research and Education Network in the United Kingdom)|
|SURFsara (National Research and Education Network in the Netherlands)|
|SWITCH (The Swiss National Research Network)|
|King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (SA)|
|CRG (Centre for Genomic Regulation) (ES)|
|Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research (CH)|
|Stockholm University Library (SE)|
|Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC)|
|European Institute of Oncology (IT)|
|Australia’s Academic and Research Network (AARNet) (AU)|
|Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) (AU)|
Why should my organisation participate?
By becoming an Early Adopter your organisation will be able to:
These benefits are all optional and at your discretion. As an Early Adopter, you can pick and choose the benefits that work for you and tailor your degree of participation in the project
How can my organisation join the programme?
Organisations interested in joining ARCHIVER as Early Adopters need to express their interests by completing the form below.
What are my obligations as an Early Adopter of ARCHIVER?
If you become an Early Adopter, your only obligations are to:
Information webinar - watch the recordings
A webinar, scheduled on Wednesday 04th September 2019 at 11.00 am CEST, provided more information about the ARCHIVER project aims, the R&D challenge being addressed, and the timescales; the benefits and obligations for participants in the programme; the procedure and timescales for joining the programme.