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New Austrian Prosopographical Information System Mapping Historical Networks

Katalin Lejtovicz, Matej Durco, Matthias Schlögl &
The poster presents the APIS project.

The Sci-GaIA Newsletter - Issue no. 4 - April 2016

The Sci-GaIA Consortium
The Sci-GaIA Partnership is very pleased to bring to your attention the latest developments in the field of Africa-EU cooperation on e-Infrastructures. The Sci-GaIA project aims to create a sustainable foundation of educational materials and procedures for the development and management of Science Gateways and e-Infrastructures in Africa and beyond.

Reproducible Automatic Speech Recognition

David Risinamhodzi & Bruce Becker
The poster describes the architecture of one of the Sci-GaIA project "champion" use cases proposed for the e-Research Summer Hackfest (see http://www.sci-gaia.eu/summer-hackfest). The use case regards the development of a reproducible Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) system. The use-case is specific for the rich community of Human Language Technologies users in South Africa and the system will be built as a Science Gateway and the data it uses will be stored on an Open Access Repository....

Economic Burden of Sand Dredging on Artisanal Fishing Survey 2014, First round

This is a survey on Economic Burden of Sand Dredging on Artisanal Fishing Survey 2014, First round

Sci-GaIA Deliverable D3.1 - Guidelines to setup and configure an appliance for the deployment of standard compliant open access repositories

R Barbera, R Ricceri & M Torrisi
This deliverable presents the template of a standards-compliant Open Access repository, delivered by the project as a fully-functional, reproducible, proof of principle – a contextualised template of good practice which communities can refer to or even re-use directly. We also report on the current state of activities. Guidelines to install and configure a virtual appliance containing the template repositories are also mentioned.

Energising Scientific Endeavour through Science Gateways and e-Infrastructures in Africa

Simon J. E. Taylor
The presentation introduces the Sci-GaIA project. It is given at the networking session "Towards global research e-Infrastructures for 2020 and beyond", as part of the ICT2015 program. For more information about the session visit http://agenda.ct.infn.it/event/1170/.

The Sci-GaIA's vision and implementation of an Open Science Commons Platform for Africa

R. Barbera
The presentation introduces the concepts of Open Science and Open Science Commons and then outlines the Open Science Commons platform conceived and implemented by the Sci-GaIA project. The presentation has been given in the context of the Sci-GaIA Workshop on Open Science held in Maputo (Mozambique) on the 18th of November 2015. For more information about the event, visit http://agenda.ct.infn.it/e/sci-gaia-first-workshop.

iGrid - Smart Grid Capacity Development and Enhancement in Tanzania

Aron Kondoro
Use case to design, implement, demonstrate, test and validate an autonomous solar-powered LVDC nanogrid prototype, serving an off-grid community of 10-100 households that can also be integrated in a higher voltage AC/DC grid if needed, as part of of a bigger strategy to ensure access to reliable and affordable electrical power supply to all communities. (especially rural). Presentation done on Summer Hackfest at Catania,Italy on 6/7/2016

Open Science in Education: the Sci-GaIA Winter School and the e-Research Summer Hackfest experiences

Roberto Barbera
The presentation was given at the Sci-GaIA Workshop on "Open Science in Support of Education" (http://agenda.ct.infn.it/e/sci-gaia-third-workshop).

An Open Science Platform to enable the Triangle of Knowledge

Roberto Barbera
The presentation was given at the Technology Transfer Alliance Workshop on "Challenge Driven Education" (http://agenda.ct.infn.it/event/1232).

iGRID

Aron Kondoro
The poster describes the architecture of one of the Sci-GaIA project "champion" use cases proposed for the e-Research Summer Hackfest (see http://www.sci-gaia.eu/summer-hackfest). The use case regards the development of a Science Gateway for the iGrid project, which aims at deploying a Smart Grid in rural areas of Tanzania to drive capacity development and enhancement. The poster has been presented at the Sci-GaIA Workshop on "Open Science in Support of Education", which was held in Dar...

Technology Transfer Alliance Collaboration Platform (TTA)

Diana Rwegasira
The poster describes the architecture of one of the Sci-GaIA project "champion" use cases proposed for the e-Research Summer Hackfest (see http://www.sci-gaia.eu/summer-hackfest). The use case regards the development and deployment of the Collaboration Platform of the Technology Transfer Alliance (TTA). The TTA is a non-for-profit network of universities interested in: (i) having an impact on development of the societies in which they exist; (ii) problem-oriented, project-driven learning with a focus on innovation and entrepreneurship; and...

The Sci-GaIA Newsletter - Issue no. 1 - July 2015

The Sci-GaIA Consortium
The Sci-GaIA Partnership is very pleased to bring to your attention the latest developments in the field of Africa-EU cooperation on e-Infrastructures. The Sci-GaIA project aims at creating a sustainable foundation of educational materials and procedures for the development and management of Science Gateways and e-Infrastructures in Africa and beyond. We do hope that you will enjoy reading this first issue of our newsletter! Best regards, The Sci-GaIA Partnership

African Pharmacology Science Gateway (APSG) - MURIA group 1st Workshop and Symposium

J Eriksen, L Gustafsson, S Talyor, A Nungu & C Masimerembwa
The poster describes the APSG platform built by the Sci-GaIA project. The poster has been shown in the booth "MURIA group 1st Workshop and Symposium " For more information, visit http://muria.nmmu.ac.za/Botswana-Workshop-and-Symposium-27-29-July-2015

Sci-GaIA Deliverable D5.2 - Periodic Progress Report - Year 1

Simon Taylor & Roberto Barbera
This deliverable contains the report of the Sci-GaIA project after its first year of activity.

Introduction to the Sustainable Development Goals

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in September, 2015 as Development Agenda to be achieved by the 2030 The SDGs are set of global goals that provide a framework for shared action to be implemented by all countries and all stakeholders

Sci-GaIA Deliverable D4.2 - First Year Events Report

& Chris Rohrer
This deliverable presents the status of the activities of WP4 (Training, dissemination, communication and outreach), Task 4.3 (Workshops)

The Sci-GaIA Project brochure - Facts & Figures

The Sci-GaIA Consortium
This resource contains the "Facts & Figures" brochure of the Sci-GaIA project.

The Sci-GaIA Roll-up Banner - Facts & Figures

The Sci-GaIA Consortium
This is the roll-up banner of the Sci-GaIA project.

Training the Future ICT Innovators on Open Science Platform

A. Kondoro, D Rwegasira, I Ben Dhaou, A Kelati, S Naiman, H Tenhunen, N Mvungi & V Taajamaa
Due to changes in the market positions of old companies caused by innovation in technologies,services, business concepts and global challenges faced by nations in terms of climate and safety, academic systems in Europe have started to look into new pedagogical models and strategic partnerships. The new systems that connect research, education and innovation can offer unique opportunities to explore different solutions that were not possible before. In this paper, we present concrete experiences and directions...

The Sci-GaIA project: final results, lessons learnt and opportunities for the African Communities of Practice

R Barbera & The Sci-GaIA Consortium
Sci-GaIA (www.sci-gaia.eu) is an EU funded project that ran from May 2015 to April 2017. Initially set out to create sustainable training to support scientific endeavour through Science Gateways and e-Infrastructures in Africa. To better motivate and to establish a clearer route to impact, the project shifted focus to embrace Open Science to better open up scientific achievements in Africa across the world. Overall, the Sci-GaIA project has made thousands of people made aware of...

Sci-GaIA Deliverable D5.4 - Final Report

Simon Taylor & Roberto Barbera
This deliverable presents the status of the activities of WP5 (Management), Task 5.1 (Administrative and financial management)

Sci-GaIA Deliverable D1.3 - e-Infrastructure Sentinel Report

Bruce Becker
This deliverable presents the status of the activities of WP1 (Promote the uptake of Science Gateways and e-Infrastructures in Africa and Beyond), Task 1.4 (Ensure the interoperability and interoperation between the African, the EU and the global e-Infrastructures)

L’orientamento formativo come antidoto alla dispersione universitaria. Un percorso di studio guidato per il rafforzamento delle abilità di autoregolazione degli studenti del primo anno del corso di studi in Scienze dell’educazione e formazione

Roberta Piazza & Simona Rizzari
Annali della facoltà di Scienze della formazione – Università degli studi di Catania, 19 (2020)

Dante e la Colonna Traiana

Dario Palermo
Annali della facoltà di Scienze della formazione – Università degli studi di Catania, 19 (2020)

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