Anke Görg, FRM II / Technical University of Munich, Germany
Parallel Session 9: Wednesday 10 April 14:45 - 16:00
Communicating for European projects, consortia or other associations is a challenge. For those responsible for the communication of a joint project, you probably already know the cultural and logistical challenges that such a project entails.
How do we get the information we need and how do we motivate our partners to provide it remotely? Access to information is made more difficult by the different locations of the partners and leads to a dependence on local contacts. Our sources, here our contact persons have thus a great influence on the quality of our public relations work. Moreover, as a communicator, these are the real and tough challenges, which we have to grapple with on a daily basis.
So is there a universal formula for communicating distributed infrastructures?
Bring the stars to the ESO Member States - Mathias Jäger, European Southern Observatory, Germany
Nanocosmos: A journey to the Small —Natalia Ruiz Zelmanovitch and Marcelo Castellanos, Instituto de Física Fundamental CSIC, Spain
- Effective communication in a distributed RI: Challenges, Concepts, Tools — Winifried Rauscheder, Infrafrontier, Germany
- Getting Everyone Involved – using citizen science to share our work — Tamasin Greenough Graham, Viatic, UK
- Distributed Infrastructures in the European HPC ecosystem—Florian Berberich, Jülich Supercomputing Centre, Germany