In OpenAIRE2020, 50 partners, from all EU countries, and beyond, will collaborate to work on this large-scale initiative that aims to promote open scholarship and substantially improve the discoverability and reusability of research publications and data. The initiative brings together professionals from research libraries, open scholarship organisations, national e-Infrastructure and data experts, IT and legal researchers, showcasing the truly collaborative nature of this pan-European endeavour. A network of people, represented by the National Open Access Desks (NOADs); will organise activities to collect H2020 project outputs, and support research data management. Backing this vast outreach, is the OpenAIRE platform, the technical infrastructure that is vital for pulling together and interconnecting the large-scale collections of research outputs across Europe.
The EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation “Horizon 2020”
Developing the infrastructure for opening European research results: links between research publications, data, information about institutions, researchers, funding, etc. (European CRIS); developing mechanisms for harvesting data from subject and institutional literature repositories, data repositories and current research information systems (CRIS); developing guidelines for project coordinators, repository managers, research administrators and researchers to promote open science and reusability of data; monitoring research results, access and usage; research on the impact of open access to scholarly publications and research data on research development and return on investment.
Period of project implementation: 2015-01-01 - 2018-06-30
Project coordinator: ETHNIKO KAI KAPODISTRIAKO PANEPISTIMIO ATHINON
Project partners: JISC LBG, University of Luxembourg, University of Malta, Sarminfo SRL, University of Ljubljana, Fundacion Espanola para la Ciencia y la Tecnologia (FECYT), National Library of Sweden, University of Zurich, Izmir Institute of Technology, University College London, European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), The Provost, Fellows Foundation Scholars and the other Members of Board of the College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin, Consortium of universities (CINECA), University of Latvia, Kaunas University of Technology, University of Belgrade, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen Stiftung Öffentlichen Rechts, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute, University of Warsaw, ATHENA Reasearch and Innovation Center in Information Communication and Knowledge technologies, Bielefeld University, University of Minho, Stichting eIFL.net, Ghent University, University of Oslo, COAR E.V., Stichting Liber, Latin American Cooperation of Advanced Networks, University of Amsterdam, European Molecular Biology Laboratory, University of Bremen, University of Bonn, Stichting Surf, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, Delft University of Technology, University of Vienna, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics at the Bulgarian Academy of Science, Ruder Boskovic Institute, University of Cyprus, Vysoka Skola Banska-Technicka Univerzita Ostrava, University of Southern Denmark, University of Tartu, University of Helsinki, Consortium universitaire de publications numériques (COUPERIN), University of Konstanz, Ethniko Idryma Erevnon, University of Debrecen, Landspitali University Hospital