- The Solutions
The 2020 edition of the EGI conference will take place virtually, from the 2nd until the 4th of November. This year's theme will be “Federated infrastructures for connected communities”, aiming to bring together science, computing, and (international) collaboration through a diverse and interactive programme.
The Digital Preservation Awards celebrate the excellence and innovation that will help to secure our digital legacy, enabling the Digital Preservation Coalition to endorse and celebrate outstanding work. This year, six categories will be awarded, alongside the DPC Fellowship Award.
The EOSC Projects EXPO is the first virtual exhibition showcasing initiatives and projects of the European Open Science Cloud. ARCHIVER will join with a booth hosting videos, posters, flyers, and brochures about the project. At the same time, representative exhibitors from the project will answer questions from visitors through chat.
UCC2020 is the premier IEEE/ACM conference for areas related to Cloud Computing as a Utility and provides an international forum for leading researchers and practitioners in this important and growing field. The conference offers a technical programme, workshops, tutorials, doctoral symposium, and cloud challenge.
On the 19th of April 2021 at 16:00 CEST, ARCHIVER will host a session during the RDA’s plenary meeting, this year focusing on the themes of global challenges, global mechanisms for data reuse, sustainable solutions with benefits for all, and global cooperation to realise these ends.
The first CS3MESH4EOSC webinar, entitled “Science Mesh in High Energy Physics and Endangered Linguistics - Open Data Systems & Data Science Environments” is taking place on 6th May from 11:00 am-12:00 pm CEST. The webinar will showcase how the Science Mesh is integrating both data science environments and open data repositories into the federated Science Mesh, supporting collaboration of distributed science teams across disciplines.
ARCHIVER will be presented on the 19 May 2021 at 18:32 CEST at vCHEP 2021 by Ignacio Peluaga Lozada (CERN), discussing the several data preservation efforts that have been undertaken by the HEP community over the last decades and introducing the project.