The first week of October 2017 the EPOS key players are invited to attend two crucial events in Bucharest at the Athenee Palace Hilton hotel. The registration is open.
The PDB members will tackle key topics and discuss the organization of the next EPOS events: the Annual meeting, the IPC meeting and the Validation Workshop.
The IT event can be considered more than a workshop, as an integration and collaborative meeting between EPOS and other partners’ initiatives such as ENVRIplus and VRE4EIC project.
The EPOS Thematic Core Service "Volcano Observations" two-day meeting at INGV in Rome the 7th and 8th of September 2017. Discussing all the issues relevant to the EPOS validation process.
The PSHA workshop (5 - 7 September 2017) in the medieval castle of Lenzburg. The registration is now open and will close on 11 August 2017.
The goals and topics of the meeting will be mostly focused on the EPOS metadata mapping process and discussions on EPOS architecture and GUI.
The goal of the meeting is to find Nordic collaboration forms in EPOS Thematic Core Services and governance work. The meeting is open to all EPOS communities (TCS).
The BGR meeting will tackle key issues deemed essential to allow EPOS maintaining its goals and roadmap.
The main goal of the meeting is to discuss the TCS - ICS Validation methodology, criteria and timeline to be approved by BGR.
The aim of this meeting is the harmonization of metadata and parameters included in the EPOS Thematic Core Services.
EPOS community members will co-organise two sessions as well as give a number of oral and poster presentations. At the EPOS booth #112-113 demo presentations from Monday until Friday. Visit the EPOS booth!
During the event the EPOS IP Council members will organise the last meeting. The information about the venue and the location will be circulated soon. Stay tuned!
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