T 010, 29/09/2010 (11:00-12:30)
An e-infrastructure ecosystem combining autonomous but interoperating data, service and computational e-infrastructures, is emerging as a sustainable approach to multidisciplinary research requirements.
Building and exploiting an e-infrastructure ecosystem requires that new technological, organisational and policy issues be addressed and that existing business workflows are redesigned. Several initiatives related to the environmental science (ES) domain are developing standards for data exchange, data aggregators and supporting e-Infrastructures. The proposed session aims to bring together representatives of key ES initiatives to discuss how best to combine and generalise solutions so that the vision of multidisciplinary research across data, domain, and physical boundaries in this area can soon become a reality.
Web site: http://www.d4science.eu
Coordinator: Donatella CASTELLI (CNR-ISTI, Multimedia Networked Information Systems, Italy)
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