Congratulations to the successful applicants to our first open call!
Our first open call for FAIR support was launched on March 31st and provided two defined support actions that the community could apply to join. The first is a FAIRness assessment challenge and the second focuses on enabling FAIR Signposting and RO-Crate for content/metadata discovery and consumption.
By the deadline of June 1st, we received 51 applications. Each application was evaluated by three reviewers comprised of members of the FAIR Implementation Team and volunteers from across the FAIR-IMPACT pillar workpackages and our EOSC FAIR Champions. The quality of the applications was very high and we are delighted to announce those that have been selected to participate in the support actions which will begin in September.
Meet the successful applicants
Successful applicants to the FAIRness Assessment Challenge:
- Andrea Vianello, Eurac Research
- Lars Kaczmirek, University of Vienna, Vienna University Library and Archive Services, AUSSDA - The Austrian Social Science Data Archive
- Emna Amdouni, IRT SystemX- France
- Amela Kurta, DASS-BiH, Center for Development Evaluation and Social Science Research (CREDI)
- Didi Lamers, Radboud Data Repository at Radboud University
- Dagmar Waltemath, Medical Informatics Laboratory, University Medicine Greifswald
- Alexandra Kokkinaki, The British Oceanographic Data Centre, National Oceanography Centre
- Magdalena Szuflita-Żurawska, Open Science Competence Center, Gdańsk University of Technology Library
- Agneta Ghose, Department of Planning, Danish Centre for Environmental Assessment (DCEA), Aalborg University
- Siv K Lauvset, NORCE Norwegian Research Centre
- Arianna Caporali, French Institute for Demographic Studies (INED) and Generations and Gender Programme (GGP)
- Jakub Rusakow, Medical University of Gdansk Main Library
- Matteo Bregonzio, Datrix SPA
- Barbara Magagna, mabablue GmbH
- Kerstin Soltau, FIZ Karlsruhe - Leibniz Institute for Information Infrastructure
- Naouel Karam, Institute for Applied Informatics (InfAI), Leipzig University
- Bora Lushaj, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Successful applicants to Enabling FAIR Signposting and RO-Crate for content/metadata discovery and consumption:
- Josef Schwarz, Centre for Information Technologies, Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University
- Matthias Löbe, Inst. for Medical Informatics (IMISE), University of Leipzig
- Panayiotis Andreou, UCLan Cyprus/ESFRI SLICES-RI
- Balázs Pataki, Department of Distributed Systems, Computing and Automation Research Institute (SZTAKI)
- Dieuwertje Bloemen, LIBIS @ KU Leuven
- Beth Knazook, Digital Repository of Ireland, Royal Irish Academy
- Sara El-Gebali, FAIRPoints/SciLifeLab
- Chokri Ben Romdhane; CNUDST
- Rory MacNeil, Research Space
- Anne Fouilloux, Simula Research Laboratory
- Hallvard Indgjerd, Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo
- Leyla Jael Castro, Knowledge Management Group, German National Library of Medicine (ZB MED) - Information Centre Life Sciences
- Dragan Ivanovic, University of Novi Sad
- Piero Campalani, Climate and Disaster Risk group – Center for Climate Change and Transformation, Eurac Research
Our second open call will launch at the end of August and will invite applications to join one of three support programmes aimed at Research Performing Organisations, repositories and data service providers, and national level initiatives.
Want to stay tuned on the next open call announcements?