Members

Members and Observers of the EOSC Association include research funders, research performing organisations, research infrastructures, data service providers and others.

You can browse and filter the list below to learn more about the organisations currently involved in the EOSC Association. Mandated Organisations are also considered as members.

Please find a full PDF list of all provisional members and provisional observers (as of 20 November 2020)

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Austria

Graz University of Technology (TU Graz) was founded in 1811. Seven faculties offer 18 bachelors and 33 masters study programmes (of which 16 are in English) across all technology and natural science disciplines. Doctoral training is organised in 14 English-speaking doctoral schools. The university has more than 13,000 students, and a staff of 3,629. TU Graz takes a proactive approach to digital transformation in all parts of the university’s operations.

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Belgium

Hasselt University is an independent university which is regionally anchored and has a pronounced international orientation. The university stands for excellence in education, top research in spearhead fields (electronic materials, ICT, life sciences, clean tech, biostatistics, traffic safety and mobility, open innovation and small businesses) and active engagement in innovation and entrepreneurship. The overall objective is combining academic excellence with economic and social relevance.

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Ireland {Republic}

HEAnet is Ireland’s National Education and Research Network, providing Internet connectivity and associated ICT shared services across all levels of the Irish education and research system.

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France

Ifremer, French National Institute for Ocean Science, is a French public scientific and technological institution that works for exploring, understanding and predicting the ocean. Its missions are : 1) conduct research in oceanography, geosciences and biology, living resources and economy 2) support public policy in marine domains s and contribute scientific culture and expertise to decision-makers and citizens, 2) work with industrial and economic players on innovations.

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France

The French National Institute for Health and Medical Research (Inserm) is a French biomedical and public health research institution. Inserm is the leading European academic biomedical research institution, and with nearly 12,000 publications a year; is second in the world only to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). According to the 2016 ranking by Thomson-Reuters, Inserm is also the world’s 9th most innovative public research organization.

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France

Inria is the French national research institute for digital science and technology. In 200 project teams, most of which are shared with major research universities, more than 3,500 researchers and engineers explore new paths, often in an interdisciplinary manner and in collaboration with industrial partners to meet ambitious challenges. Inria supports the diversity of innovation pathways: from open-source software publishing to the creation of technological startups (Deeptech).

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Moldova

IDSI focus areas include Open Science, OA, e-Infrastructure development, scientometric & webometric studies. IDSI provides researchers with relevant tools and certified services enabling OS. Our core services: ACADEMICA e-Infrastructure (Gigabit network interconnecting all national R&D institutions), National Bibliometric Instrument IBN (OA repository of publications from national scientific journals and conference proceedings since 1993) and STIU.md (national portal for research information).

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Armenia

IIAP is a leading research and technology development institute of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia in a domain of applied mathematics and informatics, implementing ICT in areas of science and technology, in a different state and societal programs. IIAP operates the Armenian e-infrastructure, which is a complex national IT infrastructure consisting of both networking (ASNET-AM NREN, www.asnet.am) and distributed computing infrastructures.

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Poland

Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center provides access to a world-class e-Infrastructure (network, HPC, DATA and cloud) for the scientific community, a specific research and development environment – Digital Science – for proof of concept projects and prototyping or large-scale pilots. Another branch of our activity is in the Digital Industry, which is focused on the creation of innovations based on Information and Communication Technologies. Equally important is our work for Social Innovation.

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Poland

Studying geophysical processes for better understanding of the mechanisms controlling the Earth’s system and risk management. Working for the benefit of society and economic development. Development and maintenance of strategic research infrastructure. Geophysical monitoring. Training future leaders. Research Areas: Anthropogenic and natural geohazard & environmental anthropopresion; Geosystem processes; Earth structure & georesources; Climate change & polar regions.

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Serbia

The Institute of Physics Belgrade (IPB), a National Institute of the Republic of Serbia, is a first-class research institution dedicated to the study of physics and related disciplines. The research conducted at the IPB into the fundamental mechanisms of nature is of immense value to the scientific, educational, cultural, and overall socio-economic development of Serbia. Founded in 1961, the Institute of Physics Belgrade was a product of a surge in physics research in post-WW2 Yugoslavia. By developing a network of allies and collaborators, the IPB has launched, strengthened, and supported numerous laudable initiatives in Serbia and the wider region. The Institute hosts four national centres of excellence and was a principal partner in a large number of national fundamental research projects, as well as projects of technological development. IPB is recognized today in Serbia as a leading national research institution, in the region as a centre of excellence, and in Europe and globally as a trustworthy partner and a relevant research centre.

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Romania

The National Institute for Research & Development in Informatics (ICI Bucharest) is the most important Institute for R&D and Innovation in ICT in Romania. ICI’s mission is to consolidate its position and to develop scientific and technological support in its domain of excellence. Main R&D areas: Cloud Computing; Advanced management and analysis of big data; Smart environments, IoT-Edge-Cloud based services; Cyber security, Cyber diplomacy; Critical Infrastructure Protection.

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United Kingdom

Instruct-ERIC is a pan-European distributed research infrastructure making high-end technologies and methods in structural biology available to users. Our aim is to promote innovation in biomedical science. Instruct-ERIC is comprised of 14 Member Countries: Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain and United Kingdom, one member International Organisation: EMBL and one Observer Country: Greece.
 

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Italy

INAF promotes, realizes and coordinates, also within the framework of European Union programs and international organizations, research activities in the fields of astronomy and astrophysics, in collaboration with universities and with other public and private entities. It designs and develops innovative technologies and instrumentation for the study and exploration of the Cosmos. It favours the dissemination of scientific culture at the Society.

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Italy

The National Institute for Nuclear Physics (INFN) is the Italian research agency dedicated to research in the fields of subnuclear, astroparticle, nuclear, theoretical and technological and interdisciplinary physics. INFN designs and produces, in its own laboratories and in collaboration with industry, cutting-edge technologies which often lead to useful applications in other sectors, for example, distributed computing and cloud, software applications, medical sector, cultural heritage sector.