The DARE project pioneers methodologies and an integrated set of supporting technologies that will transform European RIs productivity and rate of innovation when three challenges – extreme data, extreme computation and extreme complexity – are faced simultaneously
Scope & Objectives
By pioneering novel ways to interact with research and other e-infrastructures, DARE aims to:
Accelerate innovation in the face of data, computation and complexity extremes
Significantly increase productivity for expert teams and a wide range of users
Substantially advance science and applications achievable on European e-infrastructures
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Concept & Methodology
To maximise efficiency, utilisation and uptake of European e-infrastructures, new models of interaction must be established. Instead of focusing on delivering end-user- facing solutions top-down, DARE puts teams of research developers and scientists, creating advanced data-powered methods, at the forefront of scientific progress and innovation and enables them to craft solutions required by their communities.
DARE addresses the requirements of research developers, scientists and innovators by delivering a hyper-platform to fill in the platform-to-innovation gap, in close coordination with generic and research infrastructures. DARE will integrate and improve an extensive variety of tools and services, each covering an essential subset of the overall requirements.
Christian Pagé from partner CERFACS presented DARE work progress at Digital Infrastructures for Research (DI4R2018) conference which took place in Lisbon, Portugal from 9 to 11 October 2018. The presentation […]
On Thursday 1 February 2018 Prof. Malcolm Atkinson from partner The University of Edinburgh, gave a speech, at the Institute of Informatics & Telecommunications at NCSR Demokritos campus, entitled “Download […]
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 777413. This website reflects the views only of the Consortium, and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained herein.