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From 16 April 2018 to 20 April 2018
Malaga, Spain

EOSC-hub Launches the 1st EOSC-hub Week from 16-20 April in Malaga

EOSC-hub Launches the 1st EOSC-hub Week from 16-20 April in Malaga

Following its kick-off earlier this year, the first EOSC-hub Week will be organised on 16-20 April 2018 in Malaga, Spain. EOSC-hub Week will have two major parts: the Public Day (16-17 April 2018) and the “All Hands” Meeting (only open to EOSC-hub partners, 18-20 April 2018).
Public day, 16-17 April 2018, Trade Fairs and Congress Center of Málaga
The public day, sponsored by the EGI Foundation, the EUDAT CDI and the XDC project, welcomes the participation of service providers, representatives of the research communities and policy makers engaged in the establishment of the European Open Science Cloud.
Day 1 kicks-off at 1:30 pm CEST with a keynote presentation by Augusto Burgueño Arjona, Head of the “eInfrastructure” Unit, Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology (DG CONNECT). The programme comprises of four main tracks dedicated to users, service providers, policy and technology.
Day 2 is structured around specific workshops with several EUDAT-led sessions, such as EUDAT Data Management solutions for communities, Coupling Data and HPC with EUDAT and PRACE, Data & Compute: Joint XDC-EUDAT-DEEP and eINFRA-21 initiatives, etc. To find out more, click here to view the draft programme.
To attend the public day, registration is required. Please follow the instructions below to register to the event.
Find more information about the event here.

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