This is a website for an H2020 project which concluded in 2019 and established the core elements of EOSC. The project's results now live further in and


EOSC-hub achievements and contribution to EOSC

Tiziana Ferrari and Per Öster give an overview of the project’s main outcomes and impact on EOSC


Ensuring long-term access to EOSC resources: PIDs as a service

The European Open Science Cloud is on its way to becoming the reference point for researchers and innovators to discover, access, use and reuse a broad spectrum of research-related services. This will mean broader access to resources supporting scientific discovery and collaboration across disciplinary and geographical boundaries. To ensure the EOSC resources are easily accessible and their usage continuously tracked, appropriate mechanisms must be put in place. Persistent Identifiers (PIDs) represent a good solution to this problem.


EUDAT cloud and data preservation solutions support the ICOS mission

The Integrated Carbon Observation System (ICOS) ERIC is an organisation of twelve member countries and over 130 greenhouse gas measuring stations aimed at quantifying and understanding the greenhouse gas balance of the European and neighbouring regions. The overall aim of ICOS is to support high-quality climate change research and provide access to research data.


EOSC-hub Week series ends with a bang

More than 800 decision makers, enthusiasts and stakeholders of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) all met at the last installation of the EOSChub Week between 18-20 May 2020.


Training workshop in EOSC

Giuseppe La Rocca summarises the outcomes of the training workshop in EOSC, held in the Hague, Netherlands


The EOSC-hub proposal for the EOSC technical architecture

Diego Scardaci outlines EOSC-hub’s recommendation for the EOSC technical architecture


EOSC-hub with 9 spokes: the structure of the digital innovation wheel

Matti Heikkurinen gives an overview of the EOSC-hub key exploitable results


OpenAIRE and EOSC-hub: collaboration is key

From September 16 to 18, 2019, more than 300 participants convened in the beautiful city of Porto (POR) for the second instalment of the OpenScienceFAIR. One of the major themes of this year's conference revolved around all things EOSC - focusing on the European Open Science Cloud and corresponding questions around its future shape and form, and two joint workshops were organized by OpenAIRE and EOSC-hub.


Meeting of the ARGO team in Zagreb

The ARGO team recently met at the University of Zagreb University Computing Centre – SRCE in Zagreb, from 23 to 25 Sep 2019.


How commercial cloud providers can contribute to the EOSC: the HNSciCloud experience

Gisueppe La Rocca explains how the Elastic Cloud Computing Cluster (EC3) service can now be used to deploy virtual clusters on commercial clouds with HNSciCloud vouchers