eVRE: a solution for easier Collaboration within Research Communities
VRE4EIC partners from FORTH, Vangelis Kritsotakis, Yannis Roussakis, Theodore Patkos and Maria Theodoridou received the best poster and demo at SEMANTiCS 2018 conference for their contribution: Assistive Query Building for Semantic Data.
VRE4EIC has released the Common Reference Prototype, a prototypical implementation of the Reference Architecture for Virtual Research Environments developed by the project.
VRE4EIC has released a series of video tutorials. Short online videos are explaining how to build a Virtual Research Environment (VRE) or to enhance an existing VRE.
The VRE4EIC team is pleased and cheerful to meet you during a workshop on “Supporting FAIRness with eVRE, a solution for easier Collaboration within Research Communities”. This special event about FAIRness of Research Information will be held during CRIS2018
We are excited to have a working prototype reference system and we are working on integrating VRE4EIC system components into the e-Research Infrastructures, EPOS and ENVRIplus.
VRE4EIC will hold a workshop on Evaluation of Virtual Research Environment Architectures co-located with the 10th International Workshop on Science Gateways (IWSG18) on the 15th June, 2018 in Edinburgh.
On April 24, VRE4EIC will be featured at the Open Education Global Conference in Delft. Anneke Zuiderwijk will present the paper entitled “Open Science, Open Government and Open Data: creating an impact through open online education and Virtual Research Environments”
Join VRE4EIC at the Reproducibility workshop organised by the National Physical Laboratory in Teddington, UK 1-3 May,2018. VRE4EIC Scientific coordinator, Keith Jeffery will participate in a discussion panel to talk about metadata (i.e. CERIF* used in VRE4EIC) and its use for data quality.
VRE4EIC will be presented at the 8th International Conference on Information Society and Technology (ICIST), the largest computer science in Serbia. Do not miss the chance to listen to Dr Dragan Ivanović during his workshop on Virtual Research Environment on Monday, March 12.
Three "Building Blocks", i.e. components for eVRE have been released: Node service, Metadata service, and AAAI service. The services, as part of the technical architecture, interoperate by design can be included in any other architecture. For more information see "VRE4EIC software".
Join us at IT4RIs workshop on Interoperable infrastructures for interdisciplinary Big Data sciences. VRE4EIC will hold a special session focused on AAAI challenges and operational issues. Science Park, Amsterdam, 18 January 2018
W3C Dataset Exchange Working group has just released the first version of their Use Cases and Requirements
VRE4EIC researchers at CWI are talking about their work on Big Data analysis.
See their latest video
VRE4EIC will be represented by Jan Wielemaker at the Language and Technology Conference 2017 (LTC 2017), 17-19 November, Poznan, Poland.
VRE4EIC outcomes featured in ERCIM News 111: Trusting Computation in Digital Humanities Research written by Jacco Van Ossenbruggen (CWI)
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This project received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 676247