Videos

In this section, you can find the full collection of FAIRCORE4EOSC videos. Get to know the people who are developing new EOSC-Core components to enable a FAIR EOSC ecosystem!

Webinars
Online

Webinar: Developing new EOSC-Core components for a FAIRer Open Science ecosystem

The Horizon Europe project FAIRCORE4EOSC is going to work with domain-specific case studies and the wider Open Science community to develop and realise nine new components for the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC).

General
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Providing uniform access to data & tools in Social Sciences and Humanities - Willem Elbers, CLARIN

The broader SSH field features different community specific services to manage the wide variety of metadata, data types and tools required to serve the diverse application scenarios in this extremely hectic domain.

General
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Connecting the mathematics community with other research domains - Moritz Schubotz, FIZ Karlsruhe

With mathematics being the language of exact sciences, researchers in many fields will benefit from a more seamless integration of the math specific and the general purpose information systems.

General
Amsterdam, Netherlands

European Integration of National-level Services - Joonas Nikkanen, CSC

This case study showcases enrichment of both the national research graphs and the EOSC RDGraph by facilitating their interoperability using the new FAIRCORE4EOSC components.

General
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Improve FAIRness of research data via a metadata schema & crosswalk registry - Chris Ariyo, CSC

This FAIRCORE4EOSC case study improves the FAIRness of research data by adopting the new components in the EUDAT generic data services and technologies.

General
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Improving discoverability of climate research with new EOSC-Core components - Hannes Thiemann, DKRZ

In this FAIRCORE4EOSC case study, selected ENES data collections will receive identifiers using the Kernel Information Types developed in the project as well as the DTR with its corresponding contents.

General
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Bridging the gap between technical development and user communities in EOSC

An interview with Mark van de Sanden (SURF, FAIRCORE4EOSC Technical Steering Group) and Wim Hugo (DANS, FAIR-IMPACT Technical Coordinator).