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3DTeLC project summer school @INGV in Nicolosi (Catania, Italy), 5-14 May 2019

The 3DTeLC aims to develop 3D and Virtual Reality products to manage Natural Risk, through Teaching, Learning and Communication experiences.

EPOS @ESA's upcoming Living Planet Symposium 2019 in Milan, Italy, 13 - 17 May 2019

On May15th, 2019, Michele Manunta will present “EPOS Thematic Core Service Satellite Data: the Contribution of Sentinel Missions to Establish a Comprehensive Multidisciplinary Research Platform for Solid Earth Sciences.

EPOS TCS Anthropogenic Hazards Consortium Meeting & Workshop in Pisa is approaching!

The workshop in two sessions: session 1: Overview of data episodes: status and availability on IS-EPOS platform (tcs.ah-epos.eu); session 2: Tools, methods, data analysis; and a final forum.

EPOS activities @EGU2019 in Vienna, 07-12 April 2019

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!

EPOS @EOSC-hub Week in Prague, Czech Republic, 10-12 April 2019

EOSC-hub Week 2019 brings together both present and future service providers and users of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). 

EPOS Ethics Working Group Teleconference 18 February 2019

The main goal to discuss the general objective of a questionaire on Ethics and the specific questions for the EPOS community to map ethics issues associated with the data and service provision.

EPOS @ Meeting for Italian coordination of EOSC, FAIR data and Open Science initiatives @MIUR in Rome, 12 March 2019

A meeting is organised to coordinate the Italian position concerning a number of ongoing European initiatives and projects such as EOSC, FAIR data and Open Science.

EPOS User Feedback Group (UFG) webinar, 06 March 2019

During the webinar the aims and structure of EPOS, as well as the whole procedure of collection of feedbacks, will be explained by the ICS team to UFG members.

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