Seminar: ENVRIplus: Review of existing Research Infrastructures: requirements, technologies, achievements and gaps leading to characterization

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ENVRIplus is a Horizon 2020 project bringing together Environmental and Earth System Research Infrastructures (RIs), projects and networks together with technical specialist partners to create a more coherent, interdisciplinary and interoperable cluster of Environmental Research Infrastructures across Europe. It is driven by three overarching goals: 1) promoting cross-fertilization between RIs, 2) implementing innovative concepts and devices across RIs, and 3) facilitating research and innovation in the field of environment for an increasing number of users outside the RIs. To achieve these goals, the first task is to revise the information about the research infrastructures and available technologies in order to clarify requirements, identify issues and highlight opportunities. This presentation gives an overview about the methodology followed for gathering the RIs requirements, some preliminary analyses, and future actions.

Rosa Filgueira, Ph.D. (University of Edinburgh)

Rosa Filgueira is a Research associate in the Data-Intensive research group at the University of Edinburgh, UK. She completed her PhD at the Computer Science department of University Carlos III in Madrid in 2010, and since then she has been working as a research associate at the University of Edinburgh. Her research focus is on improving the scalability and performance of applications executed on HPC resources. Currently she is leading requirements capture for the ENVRIplus project (funded by EU Horizon2020) delivering common data functionality for 22 pan-European Research Infrastructures.