European Union (EU) has 1,7 million researchers and 70 million science and technology professionals engaged in the creation of new knowledge, products, services and processes. All these professionals, from different disciplines, can now work together and exploit the full potential of their work, thanks to EU-funded e-infrastructures. EUDAT is one of them!
Krákow will be the home of the first joint event organised by the major European e-Infrastructure initiatives (EGI, EUDAT, GÉANT, OpenAIRE and RDA Europe).
EUDAT will contribute to the event with two presentations and a training session. The first presentation B2FIND: A Cross-Discipline Metadata Service and Discovery Portal focuses on B2FIND, one of the EUDAT B2service suite. B2FIND is a unique multi-disciplinary joint metadata catalogue of research data collections stored in EUDAT data centres and other repositories. Would you like to quickly find useful data resources for your research purposes or build new collections of data to address specific research questions or even get quick overviews of available data and produce statistics as well as sharing comments on the data with other users? We have it covered for you in this presentation.
Have you ever wondered what exactly an “e-infrastructure” is and how it changes your life? The European Commission, specifically the e-Infrastructure unit in the Directorate General for Communications Networks , Content & Technology (DG CONNECT), recently launched a publication entitled “E-INFRASTRUCTURES: Making Europe the best place for Research and Innovation”...
On 30th June, EUDAT will be present at LIBER Annual Conference -hosted by the National Library of Finland, Helsinki University Library and the Finnish Research Library Association-, one of the most relevant gatherings for research library professionals.