EUDAT: A New Cross-Disciplinary Data Infrastructure for Science
AbstractThe EUDAT project is a pan-European data initiative that started in October 2011. The project brings together a unique consortium of 25 partners – including research communities, national data and high performance computing (HPC) centres, technology providers, and funding agencies – from 13 countries. EUDAT aims to build a sustainable cross-disciplinary and cross-national data infrastructure that provides a set of shared services for accessing and preserving research data.
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