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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France

RENATER is the French National Research and Education Network created nearly 30 years ago. This national e-infrastructure provides a unique, secure and high bandwidth infrastructure to its Research and Education community. Over the years, RENATER has developed a rich portfolio of services dedicated to its users.

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Belgium

Science Europe is the association representing major public organisations that fund or perform excellent, ground-breaking research in Europe. It brings together the expertise of some of the largest and best-known research organisations in the world to jointly push the frontiers of how scientific research is produced and delivers benefits to society. Science Europe advocates science and the scientific community to help build the European Research Area and shape the global scientific agenda.

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Italy

Founded in 1978, SISSA Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati is a leading scientific institute at the national and international level. The number of publications in high profile journals and international collaborations as well as the level of European funding confirm the School's excellence research and post graduate training. SISSA’s activities focus on three main areas: Physics, Neuroscience and Mathematics.
 

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Italy

The Scuola Normale Superiore aims to identify and cultivate the talent and qualities of its students. The Scuola Normale's model is based on certain principles: the selection of students on the basis of merit, study courses and accommodation at no cost, a strong intertwining of teaching and research, community life and international exchanges. The Scuola Normale is divided into three Faculties: the Faculty of Humanities, the Faculty of Sciences and the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences.
 

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Slovakia

The Slovak Scientific and Technical Information Centre (CVTI SR) is a national information centre for science, technology, innovation and education and a specialized scientific library of the Slovak Republic. CVTI SR´s mission is to foster the development and promotion of Slovak science, research, development and innovation, focusing on intellectual property protection, commercial utilization of R&D results and outputs, support of R&D in Slovakia by specialized HW and SW infrastructure. The Centre is responsible for developing and maintaining information systems for national education and science-related programs.

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Bulgaria

Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” is the oldest university in Bulgaria, established in 1888. Today it is being ranked number 1 in the country in mathematics, informatics, computer and natural sciences. It is the most prestigious educational and research centre and among the leading research universities in Southeast Europe. It participates in consortia that have won prestigious grants and our researchers receive regular scientific recognition indicated by highly cited research results.

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Netherlands

DTL has established a Dutch cooperative partnership of over 50 public and private organisations gathered around the interest to build shared solutions for life science data stewardship and data analysis. The DTL foundation acts as coordinator and facilitator of the DTL Alliance. As one of the foundational organisations behind the global FAIR movement, DTL has a strong track record in Open Science, with a strong emphasis on FAIR-based Data Stewardship.

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Sweden

In a changing and globalised world, Stockholm University contributes to the development of a sustainable democratic society through knowledge, enlightenment and the pursuit of truth, based on critical thinking. Ranked among the world’s top 100 universities, Stockholm University is one of Europe's leading centres for higher education and research in human science and science. With a large number of students, a wide range of education in close interaction with research, and a combination of independent basic research and strong applied research, Stockholm University contributes actively to society – a role that has characterized the University since its inception in 1878.

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Switzerland

Mandated by the Swiss government, the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) supports scientific research in all academic disciplines. We select and fund the best research projects and support the most promising young researchers based on national competitive procedures.
 

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Switzerland

SWITCH is the competent and trusted partner for digitalisation issues that jointly concern the education, research and innovation community in Switzerland.

By providing a forward-looking and secure basic infrastructure, innovative solutions and targeted advice, and connecting relevant specialist communities, SWITCH helps universities and other partners within and outside the academic world to make effective and efficient use of the opportunities presented by digitalisation.

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Denmark

The Technical University of Denmark (DTU) as a university of advanced technology is, via technical and natural sciences, to establish the basis for value creation and welfare in society through education, research, public sector consultancy and innovation. By innovation is meant research-based innovation aimed at generating added value. This will constitute DTU’s primary fulfilment of its dissemination obligation.

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Austria

TU Wien («Technology for People») stands for academic excellence through research and wide-ranging competence through teaching. Its highly qualified staff operates world-class digital infrastructures including high-performance computing, and is actively engaged in the EOSC Secretariat as well as RDA Austria. TU Wien Bibliothek as knowledge hub hosts the Chair of the e-Infrastructures Reflection Group, which facilitates the integration of European e-Infrastructures and connected services.

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Netherlands

TU Delft provides scientific education, performs world-class research by combining science, engineering and design, transfers knowledge to society and promotes social responsibility. We develop and enhance the expertise of future leaders and educate professional and responsible engineers. In addition, we help to develop technology-driven, innovative solutions to societal problems through collaborations. We adhere to principles of professionalism, collaboration and openness.

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France

The French National Research Agency (ANR) is a public administrative institution under the authority of the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation. ANR funds project-based research carried out by public operators cooperating with each other or with private companies. It also aims to strengthen the position of French research at European level and worldwide. Since 2010, the Agency is the national operator of the Investments for the Future programmes.
 

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https://anr.fr/

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Belgium

Founded in 2016, The Guild comprises twenty of Europe’s most distinguished research-intensive universities in fifteen countries, and is dedicated to enhancing the voice of academic institutions, their researchers and their students. The Guild is committed to the pursuit of excellence, the importance of truth-seeking and trust-building as the foundation of public life, and the creation of new knowledge for the benefit of society, culture, and economic growth.