The event is open to all researchers, and will have contributions from both sides of the e-Infrastructure equation.
An overview of the e-Infrastructure model would be given, explaining how NRENs and other institutes provide services to research communities and how researchers could typically benefit from these services.
Examples of services are
This is the outline of the "offer", to start the conversation. In reply, we will showcase a few outlines of the "demand" - presentations by researchers which have need of some or all of these services. They will outline their research agenda and explain the typical workflow.
The seminar will end with a round-table discussion