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Save the Date: EPOS-BE Webinar on 2023-11-24T09:30:00+01:00

Added on 2023-10-05 14:43:11 by Vanhoorne, Bart
Organized by the Royal Observatory of Belgium in collaboration with EPOS ERIC
Join us for a three-hour virtual event on November 24, as we introduce you to EPOS, the European Plate Observing System, and its Belgian national node. This event is dedicated to researchers, students, and data professionals eager to explore a cutting-edge Pan-European Research Infrastructure designed to openly share solid earth science data and products.
Powered by a collaborative effort involving scientists, IT experts, and policymakers, EPOS paves the way for sustainable and global-level use and reuse of cross-disciplinary solid Earth science data and products, acting as a catalyst for advancing excellence in science and innovation.

The programme will introduce EPOS infrastructure, its mission, and its significant achievements, with a special focus on the value it provides to users and data providers. It will present the history and activities of EPOS-BE, the Belgian Node of the infrastructure, whose participation dates back to the very early stages of this collaborative endeavour.
 We will delve into some of the most relevant scientific use cases for the Belgian solid Earth science community, chosen from the fields of GNSS, satellite data, seismology and anthropogenic hazards, and offer a live walkthrough of the EPOS data portal, which will offer insights on how to visualise and combine different types of data.
The event is intended to provide practical information for the Belgian scientists to make the most of this innovative infrastructure and boost their research by discovering and combining new data. It will include an interactive session for attendees to share their feedback, ask questions and provide their point of view on the evolution of the EPOS infrastructure.
Don't miss this opportunity to harness the full potential of this innovative infrastructure and boost your research! Stay tuned for more information.