Swiss EOSC community kick-off meeting, Thursday 29th September, 16.00-17.15, online via Zoom (registration is not required)

You are kindly invited to join this information session and to participate in the build-up of an EOSC community in Switzerland. The programme is as follows:

  • General introduction: what is EOSC and how is it linked to the Swiss Open Research Data Strategy
  • Break out rooms: community building – meet the people who work for different EOSC Task Forces, data service and infrastructure providers and domain-specific FAIR initiatives
  • Next steps to build up the EOSC community in Switzerland

For additional information please contact katharina.eggenberger@sl.ethz.ch

Source: swissuniversities August newsletter


The EOSC Association is the legal entity established to govern the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). It was formed on 29th July 2020 with four founding members and has since grown to over 200 Members and Observers. Website: https://www.eosc.eu

Eleven Swiss experts have been approved as Task Force members, in a group lead by the ETH (Katharina Eggenberger) on SERI mandate: 

  • TF PID Policy and Implementation – Mario Valle, ETH Zurich, CSCS
  • TF Rules of Participation Compliance Monitoring Task Force – Owen Appleton, SIB
  • TF Fair Metrics and Data Quality – Andrea Bertino, Switch
  • TF Semantic Interoperability – Kurt Baumann, Switch
  • TF Data stewardship, curricula and career paths Task Force – Henry Lütcke, ETH Zurich
  • TF Research Careers, Recognition and Credit – Isabel Bolliger, SNSF
  • TF Upskilling Countries to Engage in EOSC – Claire Clivaz, SIB
  • TF AAI Architecture – Sadaf Alam, ETH Zurich, CSCS
  • TF Infrastructure for Quality Research Software – Cerlane Leong, ETH Zurich, CSCS
  • TF Technical Interoperability of Data and Services –Alexander Kanitz, ELIXIR Cloud, Biozentrum Uni Basel, SIB
  • TF Long-Term Data Preservation – Pierre-Yves Bürgi, UNIGE

Nice memory of the 4th General Assembly, 24-25 May, Brussels, https://www.eosc.eu/events/eosc4-general-assembly

Claire Clivaz represents Digital Humanities @ SIB in this Swiss Expert group. The final SSHO conference, leading to the next step of SSH cluster in EOSC, happened in Brussels 6-7 April 2022: https://www.sshopencloud.eu/events/sshoc-final-conference


Claire Clivaz

Claire Clivaz is Head of Digital Humanities+ at SIB, Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Lausanne (CH). She is leading projects in DH and New Testament. This blog presents the activities of the group DH+.

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