The Synchronisation

Force Workshop is back!

 

Four online collaborative sessions between the 21st and 24th of November 2022
will assess the implementation of the FAIR principles
across research projects and initiatives in the EOSC framework

 

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Four use cases to implement the FAIR principles

FAIR-IMPACT will identify practices, policies, tools and technical specifications towards a FAIR
data management cycle starting with real-life use cases in four different domains.

 

Social Sciences and Humanities
The F-UJI tool will be adapted to fit SSH relevant community standards for FAIR
Photon & Neutron science
A range of components for cross-domain research data description will be tested
Life science
Data provenance will be better documented by extending RO-Crate to practices on PID usage
Agri-food
Metadata providers will implement a common API for federating access to semantic artefacts

FAIR-IMPACT open calls

Adoption &
implementation support

 

FAIR-IMPACT will boost the uptake of FAIR data principles and practices by research performing organisations, data service providers and repositories through a dedicated support programme. Through a series of open calls, interested parties can apply to implement a selection of current tools and methods and receive financial support to enable their participation. We aim to support around 50 organisations over the life of the project ensuring that different domains, geographic areas and stakeholder groups are represented.

Contribute to the FAIR Implementation Framework

Adoption

Together
we go further.

Building on the successful Synchronisation Force series from the FAIRsFAIR project,
FAIR-IMPACT establishes dialogue for collaboration and harmonisation with other EOSC and FAIR related initiatives.

 

Discover the FAIRsFAIR Synchronisation force legacy

PIDs

More coherent implementation of PIDs and more exact data citation to support better data quality

Metadata & Ontologies

Greater and more harmonised use of semantic artefacts, leading to semantic interoperability between disciplines

Metrics

Metrics, assessment tools and Trustworthy Digital Repository requirements extended to a wider range of digital research objects

 

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