30 September 2020

New joint paper from ESCAPE & Science Clusters: EOSC – a tool for enabling open science in Europe

ESCAPE is happy to announce the release of a new joint position paper called “...

23 September 2020

How does ESCAPE contribute to Open Science and the European Open Science Cloud? A podcast with ESCAPE Coordinator Giovanni Lamanna

Open Science represents a new approach to the scientific process, based on cooperative work and new ways of diffusing knowledge by using digital technologies and new...

16 September 2020

ESCAPE OSSR Concept Note – sharing science products following FAIR principles

 

ESCAPE has finalised the concept note of the ESCAPE Open-source...

10 September 2020

Bringing data from the world's largest radio telescope to Open Science SKA and ESCAPE

An astronomy-driven IT machine, much more advanced than an ordinary telescope, is being built to collect huge amounts of data that will allow new discoveries about our universe. We are talking...

02 September 2020

Managing Antiproton and Ion big data in federated environments – FAIR & ESCAPE

The Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research (FAIR) is a new large-scale accelerator facility in Europe which uses antiprotons and ions for research in nuclear, hadron and particle physics, atomic...

10 August 2020

Radio Galaxy Zoo: LOFAR – A short update

A lot has happened on the Radio Galaxy Zoo since we last posted an...

28 July 2020

Apply Now : CDS-ESCAPE Science Support Researcher M/F

General information

Reference : UMR7550-MARALL-003
Workplace : STRASBOURG
Date of publication : Friday, July 17, 2020
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist...

14 July 2020

Deep Learning analysis of the Astronomical Data Science Archives – ESO & ESCAPE

The European Southern Observatory (ESO) is the world’s most active astronomical observatory. ESO telescopes generate large amounts of data at a high rate which are stored in a permanent archive...

30 June 2020

New directions in Distributed Computing: DOMA and ESCAPE

Resource-wise, the way we understood physics computing faced a phenomenal new challenge in preparation for Large Hadron Collider (LHC) computing. More than two decades ago,...

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