Cyberwatching.eu is the European observatory of research and innovation in the field of cybersecurity and privacy. Funded under the European Commission's H2020 programme, this brand-new project will contribute to making the Digital Single Market a safer and more trusted by promoting the uptake and understanding of cutting-edge cybersecurity and privacy services which emerge from Research and Innovation initiatives across Europe. First to benefit are SMEs who will have unlimited access to a marketplace and catalogue of new services that can improve their services and ensure that cybersecurity becomes a unique selling point for them.
Since 2002, E4 has been innovating and actively encouraging the adoption of new computing and storage technologies. With a comprehensive range of hardware, software and services, E4 offers solutions for the most demanding workloads on: HPC, Big-Data, AI, Deep Learning, Data Analytics, Cognitive Computing and much more. The company takes an agnostic approach towards the many technologies available on the market.
The EGI Foundation (also known as EGI.eu) coordinates the EGI infrastructure on behalf of the participants of the EGI Council: national e-infrastructures and European Intergovernmental Research Organisations (EIROs). The EGI Foundation is not-for-profit and was established in Amsterdam in 2010 under Dutch law. The foundation is lead by Yannick Legré (Managing Director) and is governed by the EGI Council. Day-to-day operations are supervised by the Executive Board.
ENRICH in Brazil (formerly known as CEBRABIC) is the Brazilian pilot centre of the European Network of Research and Innovation Centres and Hubs, with other pilot centres located in China and the USA. With partners from Brazil and eight European countries (Germany, Portugal, Belgium, Hungary, Austria, Spain, and Turkey), the consortium’s goal is strengthening cooperation in research, innovation, and business between Brazil and Europe by exchanging innovative practices, experience, and knowledge between all parts involved.
The EOSCpilot project will improve the ability to preserve and reuse data resources and provide an important step towards building a dependable open innovation environment where data from publicly funded research is always open and there are clear incentives and rewards for the sharing of data and resources.
The EUBrasilCloudFORUM, a 24 month Coordination and Support Action (CSA), is the consolidated result of the efforts pooled together by representatives of the EU-Brazil Working Group set up at the EUBrazil workshop held in July 2014, in Brasilia. The group was formed to create a report for the European Commission (EC) and for the Brazilian Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovation (MCTI) on the future of EU-Brazil calls.
European Open Science Cloud Marketplace is an integrated platform that allows easy access to lots of services and resources for various research domains along with integrated data analytics tools. Browse by scientific domain, service category or provider.