During the closing day of ICRI 2022, the Brno Declaration on Fostering a Global Ecosystem of Research Infrastructures which highlights the essential role of research infrastructures was introduced. This call for action is supported by the European Union Member States and the European Commission, which are open to using their own processes, and the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI) to underpin the development of a thriving global Research Infrastructures ecosystem.
Open Research Europe (ORE), the European Commission’s open access publishing platform and ICRI invite all ICRI participants to submit papers to a new open access article collection on Research Infrastructures.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the ICRI 2022 satisfaction survey and provided feedback. It is valuable not only for us but also for the organisers of future conference editions to keep pushing the bar ever further. We have an infographic for you as well as some selected comments.
The prestigious International Conference on Research Infrastructures – ICRI 2022, the largest research-focused event of the Czech Presidency of the Council of the European Union, ended in Brno on Friday, 21 October.
You can browse through the programme on the ICRI website or download a PDF version of one of itsrespective parts – the complete Programme overview, the Side events and the Satellite events.