National Capacity Building NI4OS Training - Serbia

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NI4OS training platform

Milica Ševkušić (University of Belgrade)

This training event is part of a series of national capacity building training events organized under the NI4OS-Europe project. It is conceived as a two-hour session within the third edition of the Open Science Days, biannual two-day event dedicated to Open Science.

The main goal of the capacity building training is  to inform Open Science stakeholders in Serbia about the role, tasks, and outputs of the NI4OS-Europe project and to raise awareness of EOSC and highlight the importance of interoperable infrastructure and services, FAIR principles, Research Data Management and openness throughout the research lifecycle.

Agenda of the Open Science Days:

All presentations will be in Serbian.

Project partners who wish to join both the NI4OS capacity building training and other sessions within the Open Science Days are welcome.

There is a single registration for Open Science Days and the NI4OS capacity building training session.


    • 10:00 10:10
      On the way to EOSC: NI4OS-Europe 10m Zoom


      Speaker: Milica Ševkušić (University of Belgrade)
    • 10:10 10:20
      EOSC 10m Zoom


      Speaker: Biljana Kosanović (University of Belgrade Computer Centre)
    • 10:20 10:50
      Open Science Tools, NI4OS Catalogue and License Clearance Tool; NI4OS and COVID-19 30m
      Speaker: Dr Branko Marović (University of Belgrade Computer Centre)
    • 10:50 11:20
      EOSC Virtual Research Environment 30m Zoom


      Speaker: Dr Dušan Vudragović (Institute of Physics, University of Belgrade)
    • 11:20 11:45
      Visualizing Open Data 25m Zoom


      Speaker: Vladimir Otašević (University of Belgrade Computer Centre)
    • 11:45 11:55
      Application of Cloud Computing in Research 10m Zoom


      Speaker: Dr Slavko Gajin (University of Belgrade Computer Centre)
    • 11:55 12:00
      Conclusions and Wrap up 5m Zoom


      Speaker: Milica Ševkušić (University of Belgrade)