ESFRI Roadmap 2018 PRESENTATION : towards an interoperable and sustainable research infrastructure ecosystem for European competitiveness

Publié le 17 septembre 2018, par Thérèse Hameau

« 07.09.2018
The fifth Strategy Report and Roadmap 2018 of the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures will be presented on 11th September, in the framework of the Austrian Presidency events, at Aula der Wissenschaften in Vienna.

The ESFRI Roadmap 2018 is a vivid demonstration of the high merit and potential of European collaboration in developing visions and sustainable perspectives for an interoperable Research Infrastructure ecosystem as a key asset of Europe.

The Roadmap 2018 displays the ESFRI Landmark portfolio of 37 long-term engagements in all fields of science and 18 ESFRI Projects, with 6 new entries in the Energy, Environmental research, Health and Food and Social and Cultural Innovation domains.
An extensive Landscape Analysis outlines the context of the most relevant Research Infrastructures that are available to European scientists and developers in all domains of research. For the first time ESFRI focussed on the broad impact that specific Research Infrastructures have on all domains of science and knowledge, via the cross-disciplinary usage and the openness and interoperability of the data produced. New areas of high strategic potential in the field of social and cultural innovation are identified.

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Strategy Report on Research Infrastructures

« The Strategy Report on Research Infrastructures includes the Roadmap with ESFRI Projects and ESFRI Landmarks and the ESFRI vision of the evolution of Research Infrastructures in Europe, addressing the mandates of the European Council, and identifying strategy goals.

The Strategy Report is composed of three parts.

Part 1 presents the features of the ESFRI Roadmap 2018 with emphasis on : i) the reinforced strategic role of the Landmarks portfolio of long-term engagements carrying out the completion and the operation of reference Research Infrastructures in all domains of research ; ii) the new entries in the list of the ESFRI Projects, reinforcing critical areas of competitiveness of European research. The list of 18 ESFRI Projects and 37 ESFRI Landmarks is presented :...

Part 2 is the Landscape Analysis that provides the current context of the most relevant Research Infrastructures that are available to European scientists and to technology developers typically through peer review of competitive proposals. The unique contribution played by the ESFRI RIs in all scientific domains is analysed along with the interconnections and cross-cutting aspects of the whole European RIs ecosystem...

Part 3 describes – through dedicated cards – each ESFRI Project and each ESFRI Landmark. A short description of the RI is given as well as updated information on the legal status, the timeline for construction/operation, and the estimated costs... »

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