European Open Science Cloud (EOSC)
In 2018, during the Austrian Presidency of the Council of the European Union and through the Vienna Declaration on the European Open Science Cloud, the EOSC Governance was launched at the University of Vienna. Since then, the EOSC Governance Board has been in the process of developing the structure for a sustainable EOSC as well as necessary legal framework conditions in consultation with various stakeholders.
What does the EOSC mean at Member State level? Who are the involved stakeholders? How can they get prepared and how may the EOSC will look like after 2020?
The Austrian Governance Board Country Delegate, Stefan Hanslik from the Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research, gives answers to these questions and explains his role in the Governance Board in the following three video interviews:
The videos were produced within the Austrian role as partner in the H2020 project EOSCsecretariat.eu. They are licensed with an open CC-license, so we encourage the further reuse and dissemination.
An overview of current developments and the EOSC governance structures at the end of January 2020 can be found in the article "Developing EOSC".
For questions or comments, please don't hesitate to get back to the TU Wien EOSC Secretariat team: Andreas Rauber, Paolo Budroni, Barbara Sanchez, Juliana Giroletti, Katharina Flicker, Bernd Saurugger