EGI Conference 2021: Beyond the Horizon – Shaping the Digital Future

Conference

This year, they are looking at how EGI [1]EGI : European Grid Infrastructure Federation is contributing to shaping the digital future with EOSC growing more mature, the new EU research funding programme Horizon Europe on its way, and an exciting range of advanced services and innovative computing models supporting research, a new landscape for research is being shaped.

At the same time, the challenges we face at a global level – climate change, health crises and the fight against inequality – force researchers, service providers, funders, institutions and policy makers to rise above the status quo.

At this edition of EGI Conference, the community is invited to work together in shaping the digital future with advanced computing services. Together, new services and tools, investigate technical innovations will be showcase, explore business opportunities and strategic and policy-related initiatives. As always, it will be a great event to present your own work and ideas, and to meet your peers and colleagues from all over the world.

About the Programme

Keynots and final programme will be announced shortly.

The tracks:

  • Delivering services and solutions: Use cases and proven solutions related to services for distributed computing and data analytics. Services and policies for federating data and computing infrastructures.
  • Innovating services together: Ideas, concepts, prototypes for joint innovation activities.
  • Collaboration across boundaries: Ideas to enhance collaborations and establish new partnerships in a distributed ecosystem. We are eager to listen to success stories on how scientific excellence has been enabled through the federation of national, regional and international e-infrastructures and in particular the EGI Federation.
  • Envisioning the future: Specific strategies in compute ecosystems, support for open science or other policy topics.

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Date and Hour
19 October 2021 21 October 2021
Venue
Online

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