In the 2009 European Commission Communication stated that the structuring of the e-Science grid
landscape for Future European e-Science grids should continue to build upon the success of current initiatives, driven by the common needs of different scientific disciplines, and to seek uptake by industry.
To reinforce long-term sustainability, governance models need to evolve towards a European Grid Initiative (EGI) building upon the emerging National Grid Initiatives (NGIs).
This policy oriented session wishes to look more closely at the long term sustainability model proposed for EGI.
Through the careful selection of representatives from policy bodies or organisations such as the leading representatives of the EC, EGI organisation task force, e-IRG and ESFRI who may offer the audience further, valuable recommendations will be drawn on key success factors of sustainability:
How both the legal framework and the migration towards the EGI new governance model will be addressed.
Project(s) or EGEE activity presenting the demo or poster (project or activity names only)
OGF-Europe, BELIEF-II, e-IRGSP2
Please indicate your preferred day to give a demo.
Session Description (include details of proposed agenda, potential speakers and expected outcomes)
All TBC (15’ea.)
1.Towards new EGI governance model, Arjen Van Rijn, NIKHEF; EGI Org. Task Force
2.Intro from EC legislator on legal framework & how will it work in the future, Annika Thies
3.Migrating to a long-term sustainability model of EGI: The security outlook - Fiorenzo Scaroni or Christoph Graf, SWITCH
4.ESFRI user community representative
5.e-IRG White Paper Challenges & Recomm. in context of EGI- Fotis Karayannis, e-IRGSP2 deputy director; EGI Policy Board Vice-Chairman
Special requirements other than the set up mentioned in the CfA text.
30-50 participants interested in Policy Actions
Funding Agencies, Research , Policy backgrounds