Current projects

Publication Year: 08. 04. 2017    Date of last inspection: 16. 11. 2021



EOSC Future is an EU-funded H2020 project that is implementing the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). This EOSC will give European researchers access to a wide variety of research data and professionally provided services.

Through co-design with scientists and stakeholders, EOSC Future will establish a trusted platform with open and FAIR data, resources and services for all scientific disciplines. The platform will also seamlessly integrate existing data and services from science communities, research infrastructures and e-infrastructures. Via a single sign-on system, European researchers will thus have access to interoperable resources and support to manage the full lifecycle of their data.

The ADP actively participates in 2 work packages (WPs):

WP6: Integration of Community Services & Products into EOSC.

  • T6.2 Integration of EOSC core resources into European research practice

WP9: Skills & Training.

  • T9.1: Coordination and leveraging
  • T9.2: Training delivery and content co-creation for EOSC

Duration: April 2021 – September 2023



The aim of the COORDINATE - COhort cOmmunity Research and Development Infrastructure Network for Access Throughout Europe project is to mobilize the community of researchers and organizations that will drive forwards the coordinated development of comparative birth cohort panel and associated survey research in Europe which focus on children’s well-being. The infrastructural community network brought together by COORDINATE will promote the harmonization of and improve access to international survey data, in particular panel survey data, in the study of children and young people’s well-being as they grow up.

The ADP actively participates in 4 work packages (WPs):

  • WP2: Ethics and privacy
  • WP8: GUIDE network development
  • WP9: Communications and marketing
  • WP11: Training and outreach [ADP lead]

Duration: April 2021 – March 2024



This proposal brings together, for the first time, Research Infrastructures (RI), Core Facilities (CF) and European universities, in a new innovative concept to transform the access and empowerment of human resources for national and international scientific facilities in Europe.

The overarching goal of RItrainPlus is to design and deliver a training programme to fulfill the competency requirements for the current and future managers of European RI and CF.

The ADP actively participates in 1 work package (WP):

WP4 Staff and knowledge exchange programme within European RIs, CFs and abroad.

  • Task 4.1 staff and knowledge exchange programme
  • Task 4.2 Development of a community of practice in governance and management of RIs

Duration: April 2021 – March 2025



BeYond-COVID (BY-COVID) is a project that aims to make data on COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) and other infectious diseases open and accessible to everyone. It is important that data, for example genetic sequence and geographical information, is not just available to scientists in laboratories but also to anyone else who can use it such as medical staff in hospitals or government officials. By making it easy for anyone in the world to find and use the data, it will enable work to prevent and treat infectious diseases to happen more quickly and efficiently. BY-COVID will integrate established national and European infrastructures including ELIXIR, BBMRI, ECRIN, PHIRI and CESSDA.

The ADP actively participates in 1 work package (WP):

WP6: Engage, train and build capacity with national and international stakeholders

  • Task 6.4: Training and capacity building support

Duration: October 2021 – September 2024


Social Sciences & Humanities Open Cloud (2019–2022)

The project aims to provide a full-fledged cloud-based infrastructure to make data, tools and training available for scholars in the social sciences and humanities (SSH).

The main objectives of the project are:

  • to implement the requirements of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) in the social and humanities sciences by providing scalable and flexible access to research data and related services adapted to the needs of the SSH community,
  • to link existing and new infrastructures in order to promote synergies between disciplines and interdisciplinary cooperation and research,
  • to increase the reuse of services and data by promoting the idea of open science and FAIR principles in data management to increase efficiency, facilitate the creation and reuse of research data,
  • to establish an appropriate model of SSH management, taking into account the specificities of different subject areas of social sciences and humanities.

An ambitious number of 47 organisations have gathered from all over Europe to collaborate together on SSHOC, coordinated by CESSDA.

The ADP actively participates in 3 work packages (WPs):

  • WP 2: Communication and Dissemination,
  • WP 3: Lifting Tools to the Cloud,
  • WP 6: Fostering Communities and Building Expertise.

Duration January 2019 – April 2022


TRIPLE (2019-2023)

The project will help social sciences and humanities research in Europe gain visibility, making it more efficient by enabling researchers to discover and reuse social sciences and humanities research without disciplinary and language barriers, thus increasing societal impact.

TRIPLE (Transforming Research Through Innovative Practices for Linked Interdisciplinary Exploration) will develop a full multilingual and multicultural solution for access to SSH resources based on the Isidore search engine, developed by the Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS). Project will also provide innovative tools to support research with visualisation, annotation, trust building system, crowdfunding, social networks and recommender systems. TRIPLE’s platform will be integrated into EOSC marketplace and will enable interdisciplinary research projects and large-scale scientific missions.

ADP actively participates in WP 8: Communication and engagement. Consortium of 18 partners form 12 European countries is coordinated by Centre national de la recherche scientifique.

Duration: October 2019 – March 2023

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