Maritime Forum

Second Pilot Blue Cloud Workshop

Event date:
13/06/2017 - 10:00 to 16:00
Table of Contents
    What should be the minimum requirements of the Pilot Blue Cloud by end 2019?

    Draft Agenda

    Second Pilot Blue Cloud Workshop

    Tuesday, 13 June 2017 (10.00-16.30)

    European Commission - DG RTD - Square Frère-Orban 8, 1000 Bruxelles

    Room: ORBN 05/A066

    1.  Welcome and introduction (10:00-10:30)

    • Sigi Gruber (European Commission – DG RTD – Marine Resources)
    • Mihaela Meresi (DG RTD) "Debrief from the EOSC Summit"

    2. The engine of the European Open Science Cloud (10:30-11:15)

    • Damien Lecarpentier – EUDAT and the Pilot Blue Cloud
    • Tiziana Ferrari  - EGI and the Pilot Blue Cloud
    • Brian Matthews – EOSC Pilot: updates on Science Cloud Demonstrators

    3. Further stock taking of ongoing initiatives (11:15-12:00)

    • Alex Vermeulen - ENVRI PLUS
    • Spyros Mouzakitis – H2020 BigDataOcean: Industry marine data
    • Robert Huber – PANGAEA - EMSO-EMSODEV

    4. Discussion Session around the following questions and around the participants' responses to the Pilot Blue Cloud survey (13:00-16:00)

    • What can each of the present initiatives contribute by 2019 towards the development of the Pilot Blue Cloud?
    • What should be the minimum requirements of the Pilot Blue Cloud by end 2019?
    • What can the Pilot Blue Cloud do to coordinate the transitions to cloud technologies in the different research communities (observations, marine biology, biodiversity, etc.)?
    • How to unlock the innovation potential of blue data via the cloud? (e.g. development of virtual research environments, virtual laboratories and expansion of the user base of the Pilot Blue Cloud).
    • What should a roadmap 2017-2019 look like? 

    5. Conclusions (16:00-16:30)

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