EUDAT is offering free resources and expertise to pilot collaboration projects as part of its Collaborative Data Infrastructure where users, community centres and large data centres collaboratively tackle data challenges.


Research communities, research projects and individual researchers are invited to make use of its data services that are available at a European scale. Interested parties are invited to submit their proposals by February 26, 2014.

The call is open to all European initiatives and research communities. EUDAT services target a broad range of disciplines and projects, in particular those looking for simple solutions to store and/or perform computations with research data, or for a robust data infrastructure to manage, access use, re-use and preserve their data.

EUDAT is a pan-European data initiative that started in October 2011 and which brings together a unique consortium of 26 partners, including research communities, national data and HPC centres, technology providers, and funding agencies from 13 countries. EUDAT provides an integrated solution for finding, sharing, storing, replicating, staging and performing computations with primary and secondary research data. EUDAT is currently rolling out its first set of data services which are as follows.

Complete details and on-line submission here.


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