EOSC-Life will be offering a variety of trainings for the benefit of our project participants, as well as the research community as a whole.
Nine proposals were submitted to the 2nd EOSC-Life Training Open Call, and four of them have received funding. These proposals deal with developing remote access and remote training in research infrastructures (RIs), bringing BioImage Analysts to the cloud, Galaxy Admin Training, and Galaxy Training Infrastructure as a Service (TIaaS). You can read more about the funded proposals here.
The webinar & tutorial series is aimed at raising awareness in researchers, clinicians, and technicians who produce data and develop or use software related to COVID-19 about the outstanding importance of sharing data and software rapidly and openly.
RIs currently involved: ELIXIR, RDA
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Open Life Science (OLS) is a 16-week long personal mentorship and cohort-based training for individuals who would like to develop and lead Open Research projects in their communities. OLS will open a call for mentors and project leads from EOSC RIs for their third cohort, which is expected to take place from February-May 2021. In each cohort, the participants of this program will:
Open Life Science has received a grant from the first EOSC-Life Training Open Call to train and mentor EOSC-RI members under the collaboration name OLS-3 for EOSC. This program will provide a unique opportunity to individuals and teams to integrate best practices for open and reproducible research in new or ongoing projects. They will also offer microgrants to our participants to ensure that they can equitably participate in the program (see this post for details). You are welcome to visit their the graduation calls to find more about projects from the previous round (announcement).
RIs currently involved: ELIXIR, Open Life Science
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Under EOSC-Life, EMBL-EBI cloud consultants with de.NBI offer a training for those with a basic understanding of Kubernetes, Docker, and web services.
Find more information here.
This course will provide an introduction to cloud computing and some practical experience in building, deploying and running applications in cloud platforms – OpenStack, Google, Amazon and Azure. This course was developed as part of the EOSC-Life project.
The EOSC-Life Training team offers funding to support training activities and provides expertise and guidance to help you organise successful and impactful training through our Training Open Calls.
These calls are for training on topics relevant for EOSC-Life. Proposals can be submitted for funding to support the following activities (not mutually exclusive).
EOSC-Life has launched two Training Open Calls so far.