Call for abstracts: EGU Session on Research data infrastructures in ESS - Bridging the gap between user needs and sustainable software solutions

We would like to encourage you to submit an abstract to the following session of the EGU General Assembly 2023 that will take place in Vienna/Austria & online (23-28 April 2023).

ESSI2.6 Research data infrastructures in ESS - Bridging the gap between user needs and sustainable software solutions (Session ID: 45426)  

The goal of this session is to bring up user needs on research data infrastructures (RDIs) and to discuss gaps between these needs and current software solutions as impulses for the development of next generation RDIs. There will also be an invited speaker in this session.

In the Earth System Sciences (ESS), several research data infrastructures (and components) are currently developed on different regional and disciplinary scales. However, with the upcoming amount of high-quality research products and services, they all face pressing challenges in meeting researchers' needs and developing sustainable research data infrastructure (components).

This session will explore the gap between current user needs and software solutions for research data infrastructures to answer questions, like: How can we develop infrastructures that fit user's workflows and provide seamless integrated/linked services?

We welcome abstracts presenting innovative software and architecture concepts that facilitate the usability of research data infrastructures for the ESS community.

Moreover, we also invite contributions on novel user-centric methods, recent user studies, or community-driven strategies on developing research data infrastructures in the ESS. 

We look forward to a stimulating set of presentations and discussions, and hope that you will consider participating. Please note that the strict deadline for abstract submission is 10 Jan, 13:00 CET.

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Please share the information to your colleagues who may have interest in this session. We look forward to receiving your contribution.

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