DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURES for RESEARCH 2018 | Serving the user base

Community Challenges I

Wednesday, September 28, 2016 - 11:30


Modern research requires novel digital services that combine software, tools, data and computing across different institutions and across heterogeneous environments. This double-session includes presentations given by scientific communities about their emerging e-infrastructure needs and about the value added, thematic services they use and develop on top of generic e-infrastructures to tackle community-specific problems. The sessions include presentations that cover a broad spectrum of scientific disciplines from life sciences through physics, earth sciences, environmental sciences to digital humanities.

Chair: Gergely Sipos

Scheduled presentations: 

EPOS Competence Center - a pilot on using a common e-Infrastructure for accessing and processing Earth Science Data Mariusz Sterzel
Disaster Mitigation by e-Science and Advanced Scientific Model  Eric Yen

ELIXIR CC – Federated Cloud services for life sciences 

Kimmo Mattila