EOSC Early Adopter Programme
EOSC offers a broad spectrum of services and technologies for the research data management lifecycle, and scientific outputs like data, publications and software of pan-European relevance. The combined use of these technologies and resources can allow scientific communities to address complex scientific challenges.
Why the EOSC Early Adopter Programme?
- To train and support researchers on the usage of the resources and services made available by EOSC-hub and partners via the EOSC marketplace and the OCRE project.
- To gain insight into digital needs of researchers and their use cases.
- To foster a culture of co-operation between researchers and some of the EOSC service service providers (namely EOSC-hub, OpenAIRE, OCRE, and GÉANT).
- To foster confidence in the capability and capacity that will be provided via the EOSC.
The ultimate goal of the programme is to gain insight into researchers’ needs and with their participation drive the future developments of the EOSC.
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