Current status, best practices, and recommended adjustments
On June 7, in Krakow, at the Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts, a Public Workshop will be held on the current status, best practices, and recommended adjustments of the E-RIHS National Nodes towards the ERIC, taking a look at the contractual relationship between the ERIC and National Nodes, how to build a Sustainable E-RIHS through Smart Planning and Funding, and how to operate a Distributed Research Infrastructure.
Among the interventions, speakers from the project ARCHE (Alliance for Research on Cultural Heritage in Europe), a spearheading coordination network of researchers, innovators, heritage professionals, institutional bodies and citizens. The objective is to engage all cultural heritage actors in Member States / Associated Countries in the co-design of research and innovation strategies and roadmaps that lead to research and innovation initiatives requiring multidisciplinary approaches and skills, EOSC, (the European Open Science Cloud is an environment for hosting and processing research data to support EU science), CERIC ERIC (European Research Infrastructure Consortium integrating and providing open access to some of the most advanced analytical facilities in Europe to help science and industry advance in all fields of materials, biomaterials and nanotechnology, with a focus on energy materials and life sciences).
The meeting will be held in the hybrid mode.
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