Realising the European Open Science Cloud

  title={Realising the European Open Science Cloud},
  author={Paul M. Ayris and Jean-Yves Berthou and Rachel Bruce and Stefanie N. Lindstaedt and Anna Monreale and Barend Mons and Yasuhiro Murayama and Caj S{\"o}derg{\aa}rd and Klaus Tochtermann and Ross Wilkinson},

Reproducible Cross-border High Performance Computing for Scientific Portals

A solution for accessing remote HPC (and cloud) compute and data resources from scientific portals across borders, involving rigorous container-based packaging of the software version and setup automation, thus enhancing reproducibility.

Systems librarian, IT librarian, data librarian – Demand for graduates in Germany, Austria and Switzerland: a quantitative job advertisement analysis

This paper deals with new job profiles in libraries, mainly systems librarians (German: Systembibliothekare), IT librarians (German: IT-Bibliothekare) and data librarians (German:

A study of Information System Mutations (Changes) Using Knowledge Organization System (KOS) Applied to Biomedical Research Study

The use of a Knowledge Organization Systems (KOS) is proposed in order to model shared knowledge and enable dealing with knowledge level mutations in the fastchanging context of biomedical research.

Understanding Forest Health with Remote Sensing, Part III: Requirements for a Scalable Multi-Source Forest Health Monitoring Network Based on Data Science Approaches

It is argued that in order to gain a better understanding of forest health in the authors' complex world, it would be conducive to implement the concepts of data science with the components of digitalization, standardization with metadata management after the FAIR principles.

Exploring the (missed) connections between digital scholarship and faculty development: a conceptual analysis

  • J. Raffaghelli
  • Education
    International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education
  • 2017
The aim of this paper is to explore the relationship between two research topics: digital scholarship and faculty development. The former topic drives attention on academics’ new practices in

Defining the role of libraries in the Open Science landscape: a reflection on current European practice

A model for how libraries can engage with and offer leadership in the Open Science movement is suggested by using a 4-step test, based on lessons drawn from the case studies.

Semantic Units: Organizing knowledge graphs into semantically meaningful units of representation

Semantic units support making statements about statements, can be used for graphalignment, subgraph-matching, knowledge graph profiling, and for managing access restrictions to sensitive data.

3.2 GO FAIR und GO CHANGE: Chancen für das deutsche Wissenschaftssystem

: Der vorliegende Beitrag beschäftigt sich mit der GO FAIR-Initiative und deren angestrebten Auswirkungen auf das deutsche Wissenschaftssystem. Die Initiative hat das Ziel, die Auffindbarkeit,

Distributed Computing in a Pandemic: A Review of Technologies available for Tackling COVID-19

This article reviews distributed architectures -- various types of clusters, grids and clouds -- that can be leveraged to perform these tasks at scale, at high-throughput, with a high degree of parallelism, and which can also be used to work collaboratively.

NLPContributions: An Annotation Scheme for Machine Reading of Scholarly Contributions in Natural Language Processing Literature

The overarching goal of this endeavor is to find a systematic set of patterns of subject-predicate-object statements for the semantic structuring of scholarly contributions that are more or less generically applicable for NLP-ML research articles.