Archive: Projects where SIOS contributed

  • 2022-2023: CRIOS

    Project period: November 2022 - December 2023

    SIOS was part of the “Cryosphere Integrated Observatory Network on Svalbard (CRIOS)” project funded by the EEA  funding scheme for basic research. This project aimed to modernise and expand an automated monitoring network focused on the cryosphere of Spitsbergen as a calibration/validation system for research in Svalbard. The project was designed to optimise the use of Polish and Norwegian research infrastructure established in Svalbard. SIOS was involved in remote sensing-based monitoring activities associated with this project. 

    For more information visit the official project page.

    2020-2022: ENRIITC

    Project period: January 2020 - December 2022

    The ENRIITC [ɪnˈrɪʧ] project aimed to build a permanent pan-European network of Industrial Liaison and Contact Officers (ILOs and ICOs) and enable industry to become a full partner of research infrastructures whether it is as a user, a supplier, or a co-creator.

    SIOS was an associated partner.

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    2020-2022: IBA-Permafrost

    Project period: November 2020 - December 2022

    The IBA-Permafrost project aimed to assess the effects of permafrost thaw on environment, infrastructure, source of livehood, economy and health in the Nordic and Russian Artic region.

    SIOS was a partner.

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    2019-2023: ENVRI-FAIR

    Project period: January 2019 - December 2023

    The European Union’s Horizon 2020 project "ENVironmental Research Infrastructures building Fair services Accessible for society, Innovation and Research (ENVRI-FAIR)" is the connection of the Cluster of Environmental Research Infrastructures (ENVRI) to the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC).

    SIOS' contributions were delivered by SIOS member institutions CNR and Met Norway.

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    2018-2023: Nansen Legacy

    Project period: 2018 - 2023

    The Nansen Legacy is the collective answer of the Norwegian research community to the outstanding changes witnessed in the Barents Sea and the Arctic as a whole. Ten major Norwegian research institutions are sharing their resources, competence and infrastructure to provide a cross-disciplinary scientific basis for long-term, holistic, and sustainable management of marine ecosystems and human presence in the northern Barents Sea and adjacent Arctic Ocean.

    SIOS is involved in the data management.

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    2017-2019: GCI-CUSP

    Project period: 2017 - 2019

    The Grand Challenge Initiative (GCI Cusp) Project was designed to advance the common understanding of cusp region space physics through coordinated experimental and theoretical research using ground based instruments, modelling, sounding rocket investigations, and satellite based instruments.

    SIOS' role: Facilitation of data exchange through the SIOS data management services.

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