What is EOSC?
European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) is one of the new partnerships supported by the European Commission and the Member States. It aims to realise a “web of fair data and related services” and provides a virtual environment with access to various services supporting open science and the management of the research data lifecycle, from sharing to processing and preserving data. The objective of EOSC is to give the European Union a global lead in research data management and ensure that European scientists reap the full benefits of data-driven science. Learn more about EOSC and its development.
EOSC at national level: EOSC Finnish Forum
In January 2021, the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture, Academy of Finland, the Federation of Finnish Learned Societies and CSC – IT Center for Science launched EOSC Finnish Forum (EOSC-FF), the coordination instrument that will allow the Finnish stakeholders to:
- discuss and exchange information on the latest EOSC developments and assess its implications on national initiatives;
- represent the collective interests of Finland into EOSC by formulating a shared approach/message to be communicated to the EOSC Governance;
- discuss potential future EOSC-related collaborations and opportunities at national level and strengthen the collaboration between Finnish RDI actors.
EOSC Finnish Forum welcomes the participation of all the individuals interested in EOSC who have signed or who are working for an organisation that has signed the Declaration for Open Science and Research 2020–2025 (See the full list of signatories here).
EOCS Finnish Forum is part of year of research-based knowledge 2021.