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This is the home of the ENVRI Reference Model v2.1, published 09th November 2016 and guidelines on how to use it. Click on the navigation links to the left, or search using the search box above.

This space is under active development. If you find something incorrect or missing, or something that is not clearly explained, please tell us by emailing us at <envri-rm@list.uva.nl>.

Analysis of Common Requirements

The ENVRI Reference Model is originally based on a pre-study of 6 ESFRI Environmental Research Infrastructures (RI), carried out as part of the ENVRI project. It has been updated during the ENVRIplus project from the results of a study of these original 6 and a further 13 RIs. The reports of these studies can be downloaded as follows:

Requirements studiesNotesDateAuthorsDownload

ENVRIplus deliverable D5.1: A consistent characterisation of existing and planned RIs

A version of the study carried out during the ENVRIplus project, with minor editorial corrections beyond the version submitted to the European Commission.24 May 2016Malcolm Atkinson (UEDIN) et al.[.docx][.pdf]

ENVRI deliverable D3.3: Analysis of Common Requirements For ENVRI Research Infrastructures V1.0 (Final)

A final version report of the study carried out during the ENVRI project, as submitted to the European Commission.

01 May 2013Yin Chen (CU)[.doc][.pdf]

Guideline for Using the Reference Model

VersionsNotesDateAuthorsDownload
Guideline for Using the Reference Model (Final)

A final version submitted to the European Commission. These are the original guidelines, produced during the ENVRI project. They are still relevant but have been supplemented with other materials more recently.

30/09/2013

Yin Chen (CU), Barbara Magagna (EAA), Paul Martin (UEDIN), Alex Hardisty(CU), Alun Preece(CU), Herbert Schentz(EAA), Zhiming Zhao(UvA), Robert Huber(UniHB), Ingemar Haggstrom (EISCAT), Ville Savolainen(CSC), Malgozata Krakowian(EGI.eu)

[.doc][.pdf]

Video Tutorials

  • ENVRI Reference Model: an Overview. [.ppt]
  • Main Processes of the ENVRI Reference Model – Corresponding Viewpoint [.ppt]

   

Publications

  • Martin P, Chen Y, Hardisty A, Jeffery K, and Zhao Z. (2016) Research data infrastructures for environmental related societal challenges.In: Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Infrastructures: Challenges and Opportunities. Eds. Chabbi A, and Loescher HW. October 1, 2016 Forthcoming by CRC Press ISBN 9781498751315.

  • Zhao Z, Martin P, Grosso P, Los W, de Laat C, Vermeulen A, Jeffrey K, Castelli D, Hardisty A, Legré Y, Kutsch W. (2015) Reference Model Guided System Design and Implementation for Interoperable Environmental Research Infrastructures. Presented at: e-Science 2015: IEEE 11th International Conference on e-Science, Munich, Germany, 31 August - 4 September 2015. e-Science (e-Science), 2015 IEEE 11th International Conference on. IEEE, pp. 551-556. doi: 10.1109/eScience.2015.41  Near-final text: [.pdf]

  • Martin, P., Grosso, P., Magagna, B., Schentz, H., Chen, Y., Hardisty, A., Los, W., Jeffery, K., de Laat, C., Zhao, Z. (2015) Open Information Linking for Environmental Research Infrastructures. Presented at: IEEE 11th International Conference on e-Science, Munich, Germany, 31 August 2015 - 4 September 2015. e-Science (e-Science), 2015 IEEE 11th International Conference on. IEEE, pp. 513-520. doi: 10.1109/eScience.2015.66 Near-final text: [.pdf]

  • Chen, Y., Martin, P., Schentz, H., Magagna, B., Zhao, Z., Hardisty, A., Preece, A., Atkinson, M., Huber, R. & Legre, Y. (2013), "A Common Reference Model for Environmental Science Research Infrastructures", in the Proceedings of the 27th Conference on Environmental Informatics 2013, p665-673, 2013. [.pdf]
  • Chen, Y., Hardisty, A., Preece, A., Martin, P., Atkinson, M., Zhao, Z., Magagna, B., Schentz, H. & Legre, Y. (2013). "Analysis of Common Requirements for Environmental Science Research Infrastructures", in the Proceeding of Science (PoS) SISSA, PoS(ISGC 2013)032  [.pdf]
  • Zhao, Z., Grosso, P. & Laat, C. de (2012). "OEIReference Model: An Open Distributed Processing based Interoperability Reference Model for e-Science", Cloud&Grid interoperability workshop, Gwangju, Korean, 2012.
  • Zhao, Z., van der Ham, J., Taal, A., Koning, R.,  Dumitru, C.,  Wibisono, A., Grosso, P.,  de Laat., C. (2012). "Planning data intensive workflows on inter-domain resources using the Network Service Interface (NSI)", the 7th Workshop on Workflows in Support of Large-Scale Science, in the context of Supercomputing, Salt Lake City, 2012;
  • Zhao, Z., Dumitru, C., Grosso, P. & Laat, C. de (2012). "Network resource control for data intensive applications in heterogeneous infrastructures", 26th IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium, Shanghai, 2012. 
  • Jiang, W., Zhao, Z., Grosso, P., de Laat, C., (2013) Dynamic workflow planning on programmable infrastructure, IEEE Network Architecture Storage, China 2013.

Award

Articles, Posters and Presentations

  • Nieva de la Hidalga, A., and Hardisty, A. (2016), "How the ENVRI Reference Model helps to design Research Infrastructures", ENVRIplus Newsletter No.2, May 2016. [link] [.pdf]
  • Hardisty, A. (2015). "Reference Models: What are they and why do we need them?", Blog post, 8th July 2015
    https://alexhardisty.wordpress.com/2015/07/08/reference-models-what-are-they-and-why-do-we-need-them/.
  • Chen, Y., Hardisty, A. (2014), "A Common Reference Model for Environmental Research Infrastructures", iLEAPS newsletter, Special issue, September 2014. page 17-19 [.pdf]
  • Chen, Y. ""Using the Reference Model in ICOS Research Infrastructure Design Study -- Updates on Science Viewpoint", ICOS Interim Scientific Advisory Board, Sep 2014. [pdf]
  • Chen, Y., B. Magagna, P. Martine (2014), "Using the Reference Model in ICOS Research Infrastructure Design Study", ICOS Community, Jun 2014. [pdf]
  • Chen, Y., (2013), "ENVRI, Common Operations of Environmental Research Infrastructure", Data Science Symposium 2013. [link]
  • Chen, Y., Häggström, I., Mann, I., Heinselman, C., (2013), "EISCAT 3D incoherent scatter radar system", Data Science Symposium 2013. [link]

  • Chen, Y., Häggström, I., Hardisty, A., Sipos, G., Krakowian, M., Ferreira, N. L., Savolainen, V. (2013). "Towards the Big Data Strategies for EISCAT-3D", EISCAT International Symposium 2013, Lancaster, the UK, 2013. [.pdf
  • Häggström, I., Chen, Y., Hardisty A., Sipos, G., Krakowian, M.,  Ferreira, N., & Savolainen, V. (2013).  "Towards the Big Data Strategies for EISCAT-3D", Radiovetenskap och Kommunikation 2013: Generation, Real-Time Processing, Transport, Distribution and  Management of Large Raw Data Volumes in the Physical Sciences.11 - 12 November 2013,  KVA, Royal Academy of Sciences, Frescati, Stockholm, 2013. [link]

  • Preece, A. (2013). "The ENVRI Reference Model", Bulding Global Partnerships - RDA Second Plenary Meeting, Washington DC, US, 16-18 Sep 2013. [Poster]

  • Zhao, Z., Grosso, P., Los, W., de Laat, C., Chen, Y., Hardisty, A., Martin, P., Herbert, S. & Barbara, M., " OEILM: a semantic linking framework for environmental research infrastructures", 9th IEEE International Conference on eScience 2013, Beijing, China, 2013. [Poster]

  • Zhao, Z., Grosso, P., Los, W., de Laat, C., Chen, Y., Hardisty, A., Martin, P., Herbert, S. & Barbara, M., " OEILM: a semantic linking framework for environmental research Infrastructures", Supercomputing 2013, Dutch exhibition booth. [Poster]

  • Zhao, Z., Grosso, P., Los, W., de Laat, C., Chen, Y., Hardisty, A., Martin, P., Herbert, S. & Barbara, M., " OEILM: a semantic linking framework for environmental research infrastructures", Dutch ICT 2013. [Poster]

  • Legre, Y. (2013). "Contributions of Environmental Research Infrastructure to GEOSS", Presentation in GEO European Projects Workshops 2013, Barcelona, Spain, 2013. [.ppt]

ENVRI Reference Model Flyer

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Research data infrastructures for environmental related societal challenges.

Martin P, Chen Y, Hardisty A, Jeffery K, and Zhao Z. In: Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Infrastructures: Challenges and Opportunities. Eds. Chabbi A, and Loescher HW. October 1, 2016 Forthcoming by CRC Press ISBN 9781498751315.

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