e-IRG Workshop – e-Infrastructures for Climate Change and Digital Transitions

Europe/Brussels
Online

Online

Description

Registration
Registration e-IRG Workshop Portugal
Participants
  • Ana Afonso
  • Andrea Grimm
  • Andrea Herdegen
  • Andrea Scharnhorst
  • Andreas Dudler
  • Andrew Treloar
  • Ann SEROR
  • Anna Cattani-Scholz
  • Anna Vosečková
  • Antti Pursula
  • Ari Asmi
  • Beate Guba
  • Bob Jones
  • Carlos Casorran
  • Caroline Martin
  • chris DE LOOF
  • Christian Cuciniello
  • Christian Pagé
  • Christophe Blanchi
  • David Heyns
  • Dragana Radulovic
  • Dragoș-Cătălin Barbu
  • Edit Herczog
  • Eduard Jacob
  • Elana Araujo
  • ELENI TOLI
  • Eloy Rodrigues
  • Enzo Valente
  • Eva Pastorková
  • Fotis Karayannis
  • Gabriele von Voigt
  • Gerard Coen
  • Giovanni Bracco
  • Gudmund Host
  • Guido Aben
  • Hans Eide
  • ILIAS PAPASTAMATIOU
  • Ilse Koning
  • Irina Kupiainen
  • Ivan Maric
  • Jan Wiebelitz
  • Janos Mohacsi
  • Jenny O'Neill
  • Jeremy Sharp
  • Joao Pina
  • John Howard
  • Jonas Kjøller-Rasmussen
  • João Santos
  • Justin Clark-Casey
  • Jörg Meyer
  • Karl Presser
  • Leonie Schäfer
  • Leonieke Mevius
  • Marcus Walther
  • Margarida L.R. Liberato
  • Mariusz Sterzel
  • Martin Hammitzsch
  • Michael Maragakis
  • Miho Funamori
  • Mojca Kotar
  • Naomi Messing
  • Nenitha Dagslott
  • Nick Jones
  • Panos Argyrakis
  • Paola Nassisi
  • Paolo Budroni
  • Per Öster
  • Peter Broennimann
  • Peter Kacsuk
  • Peter Mutschke
  • Peter Sterle
  • Peter Van Daele
  • Petru Bogatencov
  • Philippe Segers
  • Ramaz Kvatadze
  • Rosette Vandenbroucke
  • Sarah Jones
  • Sergiy Svistunov
  • Sheida Hadavi
  • Simon Hodson
  • Simon Lambert
  • Sophie Servan
  • Stelios Sartzetakis
  • Stephan Kindermann
  • Susana Caetano
  • Tobias Kerzenmacher
  • Todor Gurov
  • Toivo Räim
  • Tommi Suominen
  • Tor Bloch
  • Tudor Pitulac
  • Ulrike Jaekel
  • Victor Castelo
  • Volker Beckmann
  • Wim Hugo
  • Zoran Bekić
    • 14:00 16:30
      Session 1 - EOSC and data interoperability

      The first session of the e-IRG Workshop under Portuguese EU Presidency introduces the topic of FAIR Digital Objects (FDOs), which bring together all essential information about a digital object (data, code or other research output) in one logical entity. A key element of an FDO besides its representation of its encoded content in a standard format and its sufficient metadata and documentation is a Persistent Identifier (PID), which enables unique and persistent identification and supports referencing, linking, tracing and reusability. The session will address the need for an EU-wide service for Persistent Identifiers (PIDs) for all researchers and their stable repositories. Furthermore, there is a need for a semantic mapping framework as addition to the FAIR landscape of semantic artefacts to reap the full benefits of FAIR data. Such e-Infrastructure elements are vital to achieve stability, interoperability and sustainability of the digital objects space in the current fragmented landscape, and to be able to support data traceability, trust, and sovereignty. Thus, there is a need for a “by-design” approach and coordination on these e-infrastructures elements.

      Moderator: Maria-Luisa Lavitrano (UNIMIB, EOSC Association director)

      • 14:00
        Opening and Welcome 10m

        • Paolo Budroni (e-IRG chair)
        • João Pagaime (Portuguese e-IRG delegate)
        • Paulo Quaresma (FCT board member)

        Moderator: Maria-Luisa Lavitrano (UNIMIB, EOSC Association director)

        Speakers: Joao Pagaime, Maria-Luisa Lavitrano (Moderator) , Paolo Budroni (e-IRG Chair) , Paulo Quaresma (FCT board member)
      • 14:10
        Europe’s Recovery leveraged by climate and digital transitions 20m

        Towards an Integrated and Interoperable Data Domain at the example of Climate Research

        Speaker: Peter Wittenburg (Max Planck Data Facility, RDA, EUDAT)
      • 14:30
        Demo 20m

        Demo, which will include a few data centers in EU and US to show the potential of FDOs and demonstrate that DOIP is useful indeed as a generic interface (comparable to TCP/IP).

      • 14:50
        PID architecture for the EOSC 20m

        Report from the EOSC Executive Board Working Group (WG) Architecture PID Task Force (TF).

        Speaker: Maggie Hellström (Lund University)
      • 15:10
        The Semantic Mapping Framework (SEMAF) initiative 20m

        Funded by EOSC & about semantic interoperability.

        Speaker: Daan Broeder (CLARIN ERIC)
      • 15:30
        Q&A 30m
      • 16:00
        Wrap-up 10m
    • 10:00 12:30
      Session 2 - Addressing climate change - the digital aspects

      The session deals with the growing importance of e-Infrastructures for the society and in particular for climate change. On one hand, the digital infrastructures with their computing power and simulations are contributing to better understanding the climate future, and also facilitate tools to fight and reduce some of its effects, such as wildfires that caused unprecedented damages in Australia, California and Siberia. On the other hand, e-Infrastructures have a significant carbon footprint and thus Green IT and energy efficient data centres are thus of particular importance.

      Moderator: Irina Kupiainen (CSC)

      • 10:00
        Opening and Welcome 10m

        • Paolo Budroni (e-IRG chair)
        • João Pagaime (Portuguese e-IRG delegate)
        • Paulo Quaresma (FCT board member)

        Moderator: Irina Kupiainen (CSC – IT Center for Science Ltd.)

        Speakers: Irina Kupiainen (Moderator) , Joao Pagaime, Paolo Budroni (e-IRG Chair) , Paulo Quaresma (FCT board member)
      • 10:10
        Chalmers implementation of the e-Infrastructure Commons 30m
        Speaker: Sverker Holmgren (Chalmers University of Technology Country)
      • 10:40
        The Green IT aspects of Supercomputing 20m
        Speaker: Thomas Schulthess (CSCS, Switzerland)
      • 11:00
        The role of e-Infrastructures and policy actions for the resource sharing and coordination 20m
        Speaker: Stathes Hadjiefthymiades (University of Athens, Coordinator of EFIIA)
      • 11:20
        project EFIIA 20m
        Speaker: Nubo Lopes (Coordinator of EFIIA at the Instituto do Mar e Atmosfera, Portugal)
      • 11:40
        European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODnet) 20m
        Speaker: Patrick Gorringe (SMHI, EMODnet Physics)
      • 12:00
        Q&A 20m
      • 12:20
        Wrap-up 10m
    • 12:30 14:00
      --- Lunch break --- (End of morning Session 2) 1h 30m
    • 14:00 16:30
      Session 3 - Going beyond: How policies can shape the development of research infrastructure facilitating data sovereignty, innovation and cultural change

      Currently the development of research infrastructures including e-Infrastructures is widely driven by direct demand or interests, rather than strategic planning. In the face of the upcoming effects of climate change and other grand challenges it is needed to have a more strategic approach to layout the European Research Area to be able to answer upcoming challenges. The use of data is central and crucial in this approach. The workshop session aims to provide a foresight discussion addressing the data aspect from different angles; the technical prospect, the funders perspective and the aspect of human centricity in all of that.

      Moderator: Konstantinos Repanas (EC, DG Research & Innovation Unit A.4 – Open Science)

      • 14:00
        Opening and Welcome 10m

        • Paolo Budroni (e-IRG chair)
        • João Pagaime (Portuguese e-IRG delegate)
        • Paulo Quaresma (FCT board member)

        Moderator: Konstantinos Repanas (EC, DG Research & Innovation Unit G.4 – Open Science)

        Speakers: Joao Pagaime, Konstantinos Repanas (Moderator) , Paolo Budroni (e-IRG Chair) , Paulo Quaresma (FCT board member)
      • 14:10
        Ideas for future developments in e-Infrastructure on technical, policy and social aspects. 1h 40m

        Three contributors will provide ideas for future developments in the realm of e-Infrastructure on technical, policy and social aspects to stimulate a discussion with the audience.

        Speakers: Franciska de Jong, Georg Strawn , József Györkös
      • 15:50
        Q&A 25m
      • 16:15
        Wrap-up 15m