Collaboration Partnership between EOSC DIH & DIHNET

The DIHnet project in the EC flagship for organising and facilitating the collaboration between Digital Innovation Hubs in Europe and ultimately to support the creation of a sustainable pan-European network of networks.

DIHnet is a strategic initiative for the EOSC DIH and collaboration activities comprise:

  • Serving as a member within 2 DIHnet Working Groups: Funding & Finance; Collaboration
  • Participating and presenting in the DIH Annual Events, supported workshops and webinars
  • Engaging via the DIHnet online community forum
  • Dissemination of DIH activities and EOSC DIH results

Collaboration Partnership between EOSC DIH and DEEP-Hybrid-DataCloud

Deep Hybrid Data Cloud in a project that supports intensive computing techniques (ML/DL) that require access to specialized HPC hardware, like GPUs or low-latency interconnects, to explore very large datasets.

EOSC-DIH and DEEP-Hybrid-DataCloud (DEEP) have entered into a collaboration agreement aiming to foster their adoption by SMEs, undertake dissemination of new offerings, and collaborate on business pilots. Specifically, the collaboration agreement forsees the following goals to achieve:

  • To disseminate the following DEEP-Hybrid Data Cloud services throught their inclusion into the EOSC DIH offering, fostering their adoption by SMEs:

– ML application porting to EOSC technological infrastructure

– ML implementation best practices

– AI-enabled services prototyping in EOSC landscape

  •  To identify SMEs interested in such an offer and set up a business pilot
  • To disseminate the new offer through EOSC DIH channels
  • To redirect existing and future SME collaborations through the EOSC DIH channel
  • To find providers willing to support the business pilot and DEEP services through the EOSH DIH.

Collaboration Partnership between EOSC DIH & CloudSME

CloudSME was created to provide vendor independent cloud technology to support sustainable growth and digitalization within Europe as well as to increase its competitiveness in the worldwide economy.

EOSC-DIH and CloudSME have started a collaboration to support each other in undertaking dissemination of their business opportunities and uptaking new business pilots. Some of the possible collaborations are aligned with:

  • Introduce the MiCADO tool as framework that supports automated scalability of a large variety of applications in the EOSC Marketplace.
  • EOSC DIH could support CloudSME in the visibility from an operational point of view (not technical support /integration)
  • CloudSME could provide information about the DIH services to research collaborators, Cloudifacturing and COLA projects and their stakeholders.
  • In general, explore possible collaborations between the parties to promote the visibility of them in both research and commercial markets and to participate in H2020 proposals.
  • EOSC could support cloudME at the uptake of business relevant relations.

Collaboration Partnership between EOSC DIH & OpenAire

OpenAIRE is a network of Open Access repositories, archives and journals that support Open Access policies. It goes beyond the traditional publications aggregator by interconnecting entities related to scholarly communication (publications, research data, funding, people, organizations, data sources) allowing users to navigate alongside a rich information space graph and provides a wide range of services, from deposition to statistics.

EOSC-DIH and OpenAire have started a collaboration aiming to include OpenAire services in the EOSC DIH offerings fostering their joint adoption by SMEs. Specifically, the collaboration agreement foresees the following objectives:

  • Identify SMEs interested in a combined offer and setup business pilot
  • Include the following OpenAIRE services into the EOSC DIH offering, fostering their adoption by SMEs:

– OpenAIRE Research Graph: for access to the whole graph collection, inclusive of 110Mi publications, 10Mi datasets, 180K software, and 7.5Mi other products, interlinked between them and with research projects from 28 funders.

– OpenAIRE Scholexplorer: for efficient access to resolution of article-dataset links.

  • Promote partnership and new offers
  • Redirect existing and future SME collaborations through the EOSC DIH channel.

Collaboration Partnership between EOSC DIH and SoBigData

SoBigData is the European Research Infrastructure for Big Data and Social Mining. From data to knowledge, investigating stories ethically, paying attention to citizens privacy.

Through the SoBigData++ support project, and within a dedicated activity on Accelerating Innovation, the partnership with the EOSC DIH serves to:

  • Expand the SoBigData industrial and institutional network
  • Develop joint business pilots
  • Exchange speaking engagements to industrial events organized
  • Offer opportunities through SoBigData ‘Challenge Us’ Programme for exploitation of competences and skills
  • Exchange knowledge to and from the SoBigData Industrial Board
  • Reciprocate dissemination and promotional activities and results

Collaboration Partnership between EOSC DIH & EOSC-synergy

EOSC-synergy is an European project coordinated by CSIC (Spain) in the IBERGRID framework that contributes to the European Open Science Cloud landscape by expanding the capabilities and adoption of EOSC services at the National level in the countries participating in the consortium: Portugal, Spain, UK, Netherlands, Poland, Germany, Slovakia and Check Republic.

Thematic services and training initiatives deployed in EOSC Synergy are susceptible to be integrated as innovation activities through the experiments or pilots developed in the EOSC DIH. The objective of this partnership is to explore the ways of collaboration to maximize the impact of the EOSC services offered by both initiatives and promote the innovation and exploitation of the main results. 

The following activities will be carried out:

  • Explore the exploitation of research data and services with a clear industrial exploitation path, from the EOSC Synergy thematic services,  considering different business models to be applied. 

  • Analyse the adoption and integration of EOSC Synergy training tools, specifically the Hackathon as a Service (HaaS), under the Training and support service of the EOSC DIH. This would increase the skill development service provided by the EOSC DIH while maximizing the visibility of the Key Exploitable Results of the EOSC Synergy in a commercial environment. 

  • Reciprocate dissemination and promotional activities and results