The meeting will be held in Athens on the 5th & 6th of February, with online participation available. The goal of the kickoff, is to promote a shared understanding of the project’s objectives and context, outline each partner’s roles and responsibilities, and devise a strategy for the first 12-month period.
OSTrails aims to advance processes and instruments for Planning, Tracking, and Assessing scientific knowledge production beyond state-of-the art, working with various national and thematic contexts, improving existing infrastructure, and connecting key components. By increasing the efficacy of Data Management Plans and turning them from static narratives to living, it aims to interconnect “machine actionable” resources.
For the Track stage, OSTrails is set to establish an open, interoperable and high-quality ecosystem of Scientific Knowledge Graphs, enriching them to become evidence of communities’ FAIR implementations. For the Assess stage, OSTrails aims to deliver modular and expandable FAIR tests, towards “machine actionable” metrics, complemented by user guidance.