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e-infrastructure: the policy context
The Lisbon Strategy aims to build “the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economy in the world” in response to today’s economic and social challenges. The European Research Area (ERA) is a key compo-nent of the Lisbon Strategy because it boosts research infrastructures, promotes industry investment in European research and contributes to the creation of sustainable growth and jobs.
e-Infrastructure is one of the central pillars of the ERA and supports the i2010 initiative. This is the EU policy framework for the information society and media. It fosters the use of information and communications technology (ICT) for research through: • buildinga common European information space: e-Infrastructures know no borders, allow researchers to co-operate, facilitate flow of informa-tion across Europe and beyond, and are easily accessible; • strengtheningICT research and its deployment in Europe: as early adopters of new ICT developments, e-Infrastructures are validating ICT research results and paving the way for further innovation. They are an excellent example of how ICT can be used to make science more effective; • promotingan inclusive information society: e-Infrastructures make science accessible to all.by facilitating access to scientific discoveries and increasing international co-operation.
e-Infrastructure is rooted in the Capacities objective of the EU’s Seventh Research Framework Programme (FP7) and inspired by the policy work carried out in the context of European Strategy Forum on Research Infra-- rastructuresReflection Group (e-IRG)
Practical information:
http://cordis.europa.eu/fp/ict/e-infrastructure/home_en.html http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/information_society/index_en.htm
e - I N F R A S T R U C T U R E : GÉANT Linking theideasat thespeed of light
What is e-infrastructure?
• acombination of ICT-based resources and associated t as networks, computing systems and scientific data re • anew way of collaborating and sharing resources researcher’s geographical location • akey enabler for virtual global research communities • adriver for social and economic well-being in Europe
e-infrastructure by theme
• Linkingideas at the speed of light:GÉANT • Sharingthe best scientific resources:e-Science grids • Accessingknowledge:scientific data • Designingfuture facilities:novel e-Infrastructure • Innovatingin the scientific process:global virtual research communities