Christian Pagé (CERFACS) and Luca Trani (KNMI) will introduce a broad and fair discussion about the real use of Array Databases, which are common data structures widely used in many scientific disciplings.
The working group workshop will aim at:
understanding the view of the scientific communities
discussing benefits and limitations of these technologies
targeting technology experts, representatives of research communities and practitioners.
The workshop is free to attend and can welcome up to 20 participants (remote participation is also available).
We look forward to seeing you in Amsterdam!
Kind regards, EUDAT
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