CESSDA ERIC consortium will count 20 Members

20. 6. 2019

Bergen, 13th June 2019 – The 5th session of the CESSDA ERIC General Assembly was held in Norway, the host

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4th National Day of Large Research Infrastructures of the Czech Republic

19. 6. 2019

The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic and the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Charles

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The Czech Republic applied for membership in the DARIAH ERIC consortium

14. 6. 2019

Prague, 14th June 2019 – The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports submitted official application on behalf of the Czech

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Ceremony of the EuroHPC petascale supercomputer in the Czech Republic

13. 6. 2019

Prague, 13th June 2019 – The EuroHPC event celebrating the hosting of one of the EuroHPC petascale systems in the

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Update of Roadmap of Large Research Infrastructures of the Czech Republic

12. 6. 2019

Prague, 10th June 2019 – The Government of the Czech Republic acknowledged on 10th June 2019 the update of Roadmap

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IT4Innovations will host the EuroHPC petascale system

7. 6. 2019

Prague, 7th June 2019 – The IT4Innovations National Supercomputing Centre, located at the VŠB – Technical University of Ostrava, succeeded

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Deputy Minister Pavel Doleček met with President of CERN Council

27. 5. 2019

Prague, 27th May 2019 – Deputy Minister for Higher Education, Science and Research at the Ministry of Education, Youth and

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Czech-German conference on nanotechnologies and advanced materials took place in Brno

17. 5. 2019

Brno, 16-17 May 2019 – The Czech-German scientific conference on nanotechnologies and advanced materials was held in the premises of

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What are the large research infrastructures?

Large research infrastructures are unique facilities of high knowledge and technology expertise, which are operated on the basis of open access policy principles. Host institutions operate the large research infrastructures for all their potential users, coming both from research organisations and/or innovative enterprises. Large research infrastructures enable user communities to achieve cutting-edge results in fundamental and applied research and to develop state-of-the-art technologies with a high potential for application in innovative products and services of a high added value.

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