More workshop opportunities from the eRImote project

Published: 2022-09-26

Climate change and the global pandemic have changed the way we work and interact with each other. From home office and virtual meetings to remote access to user services, many changes have been introduced that profoundly alter the way research infrastructures operate. The eRImote project, supported by the European Union’s Horizon Europe programme under grant number No 101057557, is the first to consider solutions for digital and remote service provision across scientific domains and to look for transferable practices and new developments that will improve accessibility and resilience of RI infrastructures. Given this context, a series ofeRImote Workshopswill give core facility and RI staff the opportunity to share ideas and discuss remote/digital service provision and training practices. We hope you will join! 

Workshop 2: Remote operations of RI services and Data and access security

In this second workshop of the eRImote project, we will focus on Remote Operations of RI services (including quality management) and questions of Data and Access Security. We will explore the topics from the perspectives of different scientific domains and types of RI services.

The workshop will consist of short presentations from experts from different scientific domains and RIs, breakout rooms for joint discussion of solutions and challenges in the topic areas, as well as a panel discussion. This event will also be a great opportunity to learn more about the eRImote project as a whole and get connected with the community.

When:24th October 1-5pm CEST and 25th October 2022 from 10am - 2pm CEST


Who should attend:The workshop is open to everyone. We strongly encourage anyone interested in these topics, particularly RI and core facility staff, to join us for active discussion and sharing of experience.


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