Presentation on theme: "Massimo Cocco EPOS PP Coordinator TABOO Meeting Aprile 2013 Integrazione delle infrastrutture di ricerca in EPOS: data services per la ricerca e la società"— Presentation transcript:
Massimo Cocco EPOS PP Coordinator TABOO Meeting Aprile 2013 Integrazione delle infrastrutture di ricerca in EPOS: data services per la ricerca e la società
EPOS PP Mission The European Plate Observing System (EPOS) is a long-term integrated research infrastructure plan to promote innovative approaches for a better understanding of the physical processes controlling earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, unrest episodes and tsunamis as well as those driving tectonics and Earth surface dynamics EPOS aims at integrating the existing advanced European facilities into one, distributed multidisciplinary Research Infrastructure (RI) taking full advantage of new e-science opportunities The EPOS RI will allow geoscientists to study the causative processes acting from 10 -3 s to 10 6 years and from m to 10 3 km EPOS PP Timeline mid-way through the PP
EPOS Framework Geological and Surface Dynamics data Other Geosciences data (OBS, Gravity data) Analytical and Experimental Laboratories Geodetic data Seismological Observatories & Research Infrastructures ICT & e-RI Facilities Satellite Information data Geomagnetic Observatories Infrastructures for Geo-Resources Volcano Observations ICT & e-RI Facilities
EPOS Components EuroGeoSurveys: OneGeology Europe
Why we need EPOS ? EPOS is integrating existing RIs to develop thematic and integrated core services. EPOS is necessary in order to provide the governance and legal framework to coordinate the management and implementation of the Core Services. EPOS will also coordinate initiatives for fund raising and to secure funds for maintaining them operational.
Which are the Core Services ? The EPOS Integrated Core Services will provide access to multidisciplinary data, data products, synthetic data from simulations, processing and visualization tools,.... The EPOS Integrated Core Services will serve scientists and other stakeholders, young researchers (training), professionals and industry Thematic Core Services are infrastructures to provide data services to specific communities (they can be international organizations, such as ORFEUS for seismology) National Research Infrastructures and facilities provide services at national level and send data to the European thematic data infrastructures.
Research Infrastructure LIst MAP OF: - Seismic/GPS stations -Laboratories -- etc…. http://www.epos-eu.org/ride/ EPOS Contents 226 Research Infrastructures 1658 GPS receivers (out of 2500) 2517 seismic stations 385 TB Seismic data 913 TB Storage capacity 109 storage data centers 512 instruments in laboratories
EPOS KEYWORDS Integration of the existing national and trans-national RIs Interoperability of thematic services for a multidisciplinary community of users Open access to a multidisciplinary research infrastructure for promoting cross-disciplinary research Progress in Science by providing prompt and continuous availability of high quality data and the means to process and interpret them Data infrastructures and novel core services, which will contribute to information, dissemination, education and training. Implementation plans, which require strategic investment in research infrastructures at national and international levels. Societal contributions: hazard assessment and risk mitigation
I.Solid Earth Science Data Providers RIs declared in RIDE (www.epos-eu.org/ride/) & WGswww.epos-eu.org/ride/ II.Scientific User Community (including academia) Participation in complementary projects Providing research data products, software & tools Contributing to the EPOS Science Plan Participating to the design of specific use cases III.National Research Organizations (governmental) & funding agencies Civil Defense Agencies (monitoring & surveillance of territory) Governmental Organizations (research, environment) [BGR] IV.Data/Services providers and users outside the research community (including industry) Regional or thematic collaborations with private sector Access to scientific results for expert opinions to industry Verifying future direct involvement in EPOS EPOS Stakeholders INVOLVEMENTINVOLVEMENT INVOLVEMENTINVOLVEMENT
Why EPOS is important ? It will provide access to multidisciplinary data, data products, processing tools, visualization software and data from simulations. It will allow each community to open their data infrastructures to other stakeholders, which is a precondition to join the global data coordination It provides coordination to cooperate with e-science community and participate to the new ICT era It will structure our community to improve our future fund opportunities geo-hazards supersites projects It promotes national implementation plans that improve the research capacities and opportunities
FIRB AIRPLANE The Alto-Tiberina fault zone observatory è stato finanziato dal progetto FIRB Airplane e dalle UR3 e UR6 (Amato, Cocco) Progetto terminato 2012 Finanziamenti dedicati allo sviluppo dei sistemi di osservazione
GLASS e NERA ERC Initial Starting Grant: GLASS Taboo dichiarato in NERA (I3) Coordinamento per la partecipazione al piano di EPOS: – Carattere multidisciplinare dei NFO – Data Policies chiare e concordate – Services per gli users (non solo data mining/archiving – Vantaggi del network (best practices, technology, ToK,....)
Futuro di TABOO INGV deve riconoscerlo come un progetto di rilevanza internazionale Definire un piano di implementazione nel breve- e medio- termine Inserirlo in EPOS come contributo italiano Esempio di un progetto collaborativo multi-ente Discutere una data policy e un piano di integrazione delle conoscenze Decidere i services associati: website, data services, integrated services
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The Community Layer of Thematic Services Thematic Core Services: are infrastructures to provide data services to specific communities also link the National Research Infrastructures to the EPOS Integrated Services consist of existing (e.g. ORFEUS), developing (e.g. EUREF/GNSS) or still to be developed Service Providers for specific thematic communities (e.g., seismology, volcanology, geodesy, geology, geomagnetism … and many more) Some Service Providers (e.g. OneGeology+) may be merely linked or partially integrated Integrated Laboratories, and RIs spanning multiple EPOS disciplines, will also be included in this layer; their new Thematic Nodes will take advantage of other existing Thematic Services
The Integration Layer/EPOS Integrated Services The EPOS Integrated Services: provide access to multidisciplinary data from the EPOS thematic services provide access to data products, synthetic data from simulations, processing and visualization tool, and many more … will serve science, industry, education, government, legal and other stakeholders in an integrated fashion through the EPOS User Interface consist of a variety of ICT technological services: …. here are some ideas …
The IT Vision: The Models Complete ICT environment for research Complete cohort of researchers, research managers, innovators, media Processing Model User Model Data Model Resource Model Development of the EPOS Architecture
EPOS - Three layer metadata model Discovery (DC) & (GKAN,eGMS) Contextual (CERIF) Detailed (specific ) Detailed (specific) Detailed (specific) Detailed (specific)... Generate Point to The 3 layer architecture has been extended to allow deployment in the emerging agreed open data environment of government agencies; the so-called data.gov environment. For such extension Open Source Data Portal Platform (CKAN) and electronic Government Metadata Standard (eGMS) have been considered, studied, analysed and selected as potential candidates for future development of EPOS services and interfaces.