Francesco Mureddu, senior director at the Lisbon Council presented the LETHE project at the EGI 2022 conference, which was held from 20-22 September 2022 in Prague, Czech Republic. The conference is held annually and it is widely recognised as the venue that brings together like-minded professionals from the world of science and scientific computing.
The LETHE project was part of the session “Integration of health initiatives with tools and services under the European Open Science Cloud”. The aim of the session is to showcase the use of EOSC tools and services as instruments for increasing effectiveness of health initiatives. Specifically, health initiatives will serve as an intermediary between the public and private organizations managing care services and the scientific world and the European Cloud Infrastructure (ECI) through the direct collaboration with EOSC and will provide storage capacity and processing power through EGI infrastructure.
The IT environment of health initiatives such as LETHE and HealthyCloud is going to guide health institutions in reusing the wealth of services and data available on EOSC and at the same time will enable them to publish new open data sets to be re-used seamlessly across borders, and among institutions and research disciplines, supporting health and research institutions to grasp the whole potential of the EOSC services and data, making it possible for researchers to use different data sources and making it possible to move, share and re-use data seamlessly across borders, and among institutions.
The LETHE project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no 101017405.
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