Brief description

EUBrasilCloudFORUM was the consolidated result of the efforts pooled together by representatives of the EU-Brazil Working Group set up at the EU-Brazil workshop held in July 2014, in Brasilia. The project contributed in a strategic way to the definition, scoping and creation of an EU-Brazil Open Science Cloud environment. EUBrasilCloudFORUM had been charged by the EC and MCTI to support the EU-BR collaborative projects in the collection and promotion of their results and activities. The results were used to draft a research Roadmap on Cloud Computing, identifying collaboration needs and opportunities between Europe and Brazil for the European Commission and to MCTI, thus contributing to the definition of future cooperation priorities between the two regions. Furthermore, the project built a web based EU-BR Service Platform to promote and market the results from the EU-BR community. EUBrasilCloudFORUM organised and supported EU-BR Cloud Computing events, including EU-BR policy dialogues, major EU-BR conferences and cooperation workshops and the Cloudscape Brazil annual events.

Jan 2016 to Dec 2017
International Cooperation / Digital Sovereignty

Our role

Trust-IT leads the Market Place, Communication Platform & Dissemination programme.
Trust-IT brings skills such as building networked international communities, copywriting and multimodal content production, strong media relations, leveraging experiences in EU-Brazilian projects such as EU Brazil Cloud Connect and EU-Brazil OpenBio.
Trust-IT leads the organisation of Cloudscape Brazil events.

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EUBrasilCloudFORUM was funded by the European Commission under the Cooperation Programme, Horizon 2020 Grant Agreement no 689495.