The purpose of the Solid Earth Centre is to facilitate access to data and contribute to the creation of new products and services by adding value to the available spatial and in-situ data. It is part of the national and European landscapes in close coordination with the infrastructure in place and under construction. For this, the Solid Earth Center, has the task to federate the existing centres in the service of the Solid Earth community. It relies on a portal giving access to spatial data, in-situ and experimentation of the domain. It aims to provide added value, especially for data and services in fields where data centres do not exist or need to be developed and in the articulation with European and international systems. The Center, in collaboration with other structures in the field and within the research infrastructure Data Terra, will strengthen the Solid Earth community by giving it access to the data and products it needs to his research.

10th technical workshop of Data Terra

As part of the Data Terra research infrastructure gathering the data and services centers, a technical group has been set up to discuss technical topics common to the centers. Among the topics discussed: DOI; DMP; certification; catalog  …

Back on the MDIS workshop 2019

From 14th to 18th October 2019, EOST and IPGS hosted the MDIS-2019 training course and conference.
The webpage hosting most of the MDIS material (training classes, oral and poster presentations) is available.

SIST 2019 Seminar

The 4th edition of the SIST seminar will take place from 5 to 8 November 2019 at the Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées (OMP) in Toulouse.
This year, the seminar will be spread over 4 days, and will offer you as in previous years, feedback, but also practical workshops around the various issues encountered by observatory data managers.

Data Terra at IUGG

Communication on the Research Infrastructure Data Terra at the General Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics. It […]