In this context, a consultation on European e-infrastructure has been launched on the Digital4Science and will remain open till 30 April 2016. It will help identify the challenges to which the future Work Programme should respond, in particular in view of the forthcoming European Cloud Initiative.
In addition, useful input could also come from the horizontal consultation on Mathematics in Horizon 2020, launched to identify new areas where mathematics in Europe could make a real difference. This consultation too is open until 30 April 2016.
Other inputs will be gathered, in particular from the Research Infrastructures Advisory Group and from consultation with major stakeholders (e.g. ESFRI, e-IRG, EIROFORUM, ERICs, representatives from member states and associated countries).
The result of two other recently closed on-line consultations on the charter of access to research infrastructures and on long term sustainability of research infrastructures will also be used.
Work Programme 2018-2020 is now published.