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Save the date for DI4R 2017 in Brussels, 30 November – 1 December

8 DI4RThis year's theme of the Digital Infrastructures for Research conference is “Connecting the building blocks for Open Science”

Europe's leading e-infrastructures invite all researchers, developers and service providers to participate to the second edition of Digital Infrastructures for Research conference, which will be held this year in Brussels, Belgium, at the SQUARE meeting centre, from 30 November to 1 December 2017.

The DI4R 2017 conference is jointly organised by EGI, EUDAT, GÉANT, OpenAIRE, PRACE and RDA Europe. The theme of the event is “Connecting the building blocks for Open Science”.

DI4R 2017 will showcase the policies, processes, best practices, data and services that, leveraging today’s initiatives - national, regional, European and international - are the building blocks of the European Open Science Cloud and European Data Infrastructure.

The conference will demonstrate how open science, higher education and innovators can benefit from these building blocks, and will contribute to advance integration and cooperation between initiatives.

The event's programme will be available at the beginning of September. Registration and a call for participation for lightning talks, posters and demonstrations will open at the same time. 

“Open research infrastructures are stepping stones for new products and services. We encourage all researchers to join our event to discuss open research infrastructures that have a long term impact on the European Scientific Community” , says Tony Ross-Hellauer, OpenAIRE Scientific Manager.

Please follow the event’s website and Twitter feed for more news and updates.

We look forward to greeting you all at the DI4R2017 event in Brussels!