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The FAIR principles are the backbone of the EOSC

In the EOSC, pre-existing infrastructures should cooperate with each other. Watch this interview with Stefan Hanslik.

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The Backbone of EOSC

Stefan Hanslik from the Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research, is the Austrian Country Delegate of the EOSC Governance Board (GB). In this video, he explains the structure of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) and declares the combination of pre-existing research infrastructures and the FAIR principles the backbone of the EOSC.

The EOSC Governance Board

The EOSC Governance Board (GB) is an institutional group gathering representatives from the Member States and Associated Countries and from the Commission to ensure effective supervision of the EOSC implementation. All 28 Member States and 10 associated countries have delegates sitting in the GB. Find more information on the, opens an external URL in a new window website.

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EOSC contact at TU Wien

TU Wien is partner in the H2020 project, opens an external URL in a new window, delivering 360° support to the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) Governance. Specifically, it addresses the need for the set-up of an operational framework supporting the overall Governance of the EOSC. contacts at TU Wien has received funding from the European Union's Horizon Programme call H2020-INFRAEOSC-05-2018-2019, Grant Agreement number 831644.

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