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Compleap – A learner centered digital ecosystem of competence development

Compleap is an EU-funded project that aims to empower the citizen to better control their competence development. This is done by creating an architecture framework and three prototypes that support the planning of individuals own learner pathway for professional development. Working from an European wide perspective we aim to see the challenges and positive innovations in the process of competence development.

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DG Connect
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Simulating Antarctic marine ice sheet stability and multi-century contributions to sea level rise

Understanding and predicting the behaviour of the Antarctic Ice Sheet (AIS) on decadal to centennial time scales is of global importance to policy decisions, mainly due high uncertainty in the AIS contribution to sea level change. Significant regions of the AIS rest on bedrock below sea level and may be vulnerable to Marine Ice Sheet Instability (MISI), a mechanism for rapid and potentially irreversible discharge of ice. Due to large uncertainty as to which basins are vulnerable to MISI, and how rapid their unstable retreat might be, even the sign of the contribution of the AIS to sea level rise remains uncertain according to the fifth assessment report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

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Academy of Finland
Environmental science e-infrastucture
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ELIXIR-EXCELERATE – European life science infrastructure for biological information

EXCELERATE funding will help ELIXIR coordinate and extend national and international data resources to ensure the delivery of world-leading life-science data services. It will support a pan-European training programme, anchored in national infrastructures, to increase bioinformatics capacity and competency

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Services for Biomedical Research
Research with Sensitive Data
H2020
ELIXIR-FI
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CORBEL – Coordinated Research Infrastructures Building Enduring Life-science Services

The CORBEL project will develop the tools, services and data management required by cutting-edge European research projects in life-sciences, and the objective of the project is to create a pan-European research infrastructure for biological information. The project started in September 2015, and it will build on existing efforts within the BioMedBridges project. The project is coordinated by ELIXIR.

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Services for Biomedical Research
Research with Sensitive Data
H2020
ELIXIR-FI
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ENVRIplus – Common Operations of Environmental Research Infrastructures

The ENVRIplus (Common Operations of Environmental Research Infrastructures) project will enhance collaboration and interoperability in the environmental sciences. The project has 37 partners representing 21 different research infrastructures from all over Europe. The project is coordinated by ICOS head office located in Helsinki.

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H2020
EUDAT CDI
Environmental science e-infrastucture
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AARC – the Authentication and Authorisation for Research and Collaboration

The AARC2 (the Authentication and Authorisation for Research and Collaboration) project will improve the adoption of federated access among different communities and help to avoid a future in which different e-infrastructures and research collaborations develop and operate independent AAIs. The AARC2 project is continuation to the first AARC project which ended in 2017.

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H2020
ELIXIR-FI
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EOSC pilot

The European Open Science Cloud for Research Pilot (EOSCpilot) is a two year project (2017–2018) which aims to establish the governance framework for the EOSC, and demonstrate its feasibility through a number of pilots that integrate services and infrastructures across different scientific domains. The project engages with a broad range of stakeholders, crossing borders and communities, to build the trust and skills required for adoption of an open approach to scientific research.

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Research with Sensitive Data
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Research Data Management
Open Scholarship
H2020
Advanced Computing

eSTICC – Science Tools for Investigating Climate Change at High Northern Latitudes

The world is experiencing climate change, and this is particularly evident in the polar regions. Scientists are in need of tools for measuring, predicting and evaluating these changes in order to better understand them. The eSTICC center brings together experts in climate and computing to collaborate on advancing precisely such tools. Researchers at the center will collect observational data relating to greenhouse gas emissions, among other things, storing this information in existing databases to make it more readily accessible, and more easily integrated into, existing data.

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Environmental science e-infrastucture
NordForsk
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BIOMIT – Process and Measurement Development Project for the Renewable Bio-Economy Sector and Mining Industry

The objective of the BIOMIT project is to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from industry by developing measurement solutions for the optimization of bioenergy production and mining processes. The aim is also to reduce the environmental impacts of industry by developing solutions for water management in the process industry and mines as well as new methods for efficient utilization of Kainuu area biomasses and their lateral flows in accordance with the principles of circular economy.

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European Regional Development Fund

LIIKUTPA – New technologies and services for sports and well-being

LIIKUTPA – “New technologies and services for sports and well-being” project is coordinated by the University of Jyväskylä. The goal of the project is to produce measurement and testing solutions that enable self-sufficient welfare and health care, development of public health care in direction of remote and self-diagnosis as well as the development of Finnish professional sports and sports technology business.

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European Regional Development Fund

NOMAD – Novel Materials Discovery

The NOMAD (Novel Materials Discovery) project develops "big-data analytics" for materials science. Essentially every new commercial product, be they smart phones, solar cells, batteries, transport technology, artificial hips, etc., depends on improved or even novel materials. Computational materials science is increasingly influential as a method to identify such critical materials for both R&D.

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Advanced Computing
H2020
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IPCC – Intel Parallel Computing Center

The Intel Parallel Computing Center (IPCC) at CSC is a collaborative effort aimed at code modernisation of key scientific codes for Finnish computational science. In collaboration with Intel, we have explored cutting-edge processor architectures and adapted scientific codes to utilise them more efficiently.

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Advanced Computing
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