|EGI-Engage Competence centres:||Main page||ELIXIR||BBMRI||MoBrain||DARIAH||LifeWatch||EISCAT_3D||EPOS||Disaster Mitigation |||EGI-Engage Knowledge Commons|
EGI develops the 'Knowledge Commons' of the Open Science Commons by supporting the work of science community-specific Competence Centres. Each of these are distributed centres where National Grid Initiatives (NGIs), user communities (scientific institutes), technology and service providers join forces. Competence Centres collect and analyse requirements, integrate community-specific applications into state-of-the-art services, foster interoperability across e-Infrastructures, and evolve services through a user-centric development model.
The work of the below listed 8 competence centres are co-funded in the SA2 work package of the EGI-Engage project. The coordinator of this work package is Gergely Sipos/EGI.eu at SZTAKI (firstname.lastname@example.org).
A sortable table with the deliverables and milestones of the Competence Centres is available at CC-MilestonesDeliverables
List of Competence Centres
|Name||Competence Centre Leader||Deputy/Technical
|Members' email list||Competence Centre's Workspace|
|ELIXIR Competence Centre||Tommi Nyrönen
|BBMRI Competence Centre||Petr Holub Petr Holub
|MoBrain Competence Centre||Alexandre M.J.J. Bonvin
(a.m.j.j.bonvin AT uu.nl)
|DARIAH Competence Centre||Karolj Skala
|LifeWatch Competence Centre||Jesus Marco de Lucas
|EISCAT_3D Competence Centre||Ingemar Häggström
|EPOS Competence Centre||Daniele Bailo
|Disaster Mitigation Competence Centre||Simon Lin
(Eric.Yen AT twgrid.org)
Resources for Competence Centres
Every competence centre has a dedicated members' email list. These are listed above and are in the form: cc-<NAME> AT mailman.egi.eu.
- List membership requires an EGI SSO account and this can be created at http://www.egi.eu/sso.
- The coordinator of the CC can subscribe you onto the email list at https://www.egi.eu/sso/user.
The coordinators of all competence centres can be reached through the email@example.com email list.
- The main entry point for Competence Centres is https://wiki.egi.eu/wiki/EGI-Engage:Competence_centres (this page). Within this every Competence Centre has a dedicate workspace. These are linked to the table above and are in the form "https://wiki.egi.eu/wiki/CC-<NAME>".
- The Competence Centres page is within the WP6 (SA2) work package space (EGI-Engage:WP6_(SA2)_Knowledge_Commons)
- All these pages can be edited by every member of the EGI-Engage project. Should any of your Competence Centre members unable to edit your pages then place contact Malgorzata Krakowian <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
- Competence Centres can create new agenda pages within the EGI Indico in this folder: http://indico.egi.eu/indico/categoryDisplay.py?categId=139.
- The CC leaders have admin rights in this folder and can grant this to their members to their CC-specific subfolders as needed.
Webex teleconference system
Competence Centres can organise online tele/video conference meetings using the EGI Webex system. There are two rooms available at any time, each for up to 25 participants. Please consult with Gergely.Sipos@egi.eu for booking details.
Competence Centres can use the EGI Document Database for the management and sharing of their documents. Access can be controlled via the EGI SSO system thus a document can be e.g. shared with CC members, with specific collaborators, or with the general public. Read and Write access can be controlled separately.
Competence Centres can use the EGI RT system for requirement collection and analysis. Dedicated queues can be setup in the RT system for any of the Competence Centres on request. Such a queue can offer a placeholder for tickets that describe requirement - typically about cloud, AAI, HTC, data, gateways or other technical topics. Further information is available at https://wiki.egi.eu/wiki/Requirements_Tracking.