14 July 2020

Deep Learning analysis of the Astronomical Data Science Archives – ESO & ESCAPE

The European Southern Observatory (ESO) is the world’s most active astronomical observatory. ESO telescopes generate large amounts of data at a high rate which are stored in a permanent archive...

30 June 2020

New directions in Distributed Computing: DOMA and ESCAPE

Resource-wise, the way we understood physics computing faced a phenomenal new challenge in preparation for Large Hadron Collider (LHC) computing. More than two decades ago,...

23 June 2020

ESCAPE part of 2020 European Strategy for Particle Physics

On 19 June 2020, the CERN Council announced that it had unanimously updated the strategy intended to guide the future of particle physics in Europe within the global landscape (the document is...

16 June 2020

The Next Generation Neutrino Telescopes & Open Science – KM3NeT and ESCAPE

KM3NeT is the future research infrastructure which will host the next...

16 June 2020

First analysis experience with the ESCAPE data lake

ESCAPE aims to address the challenges of open science. In the first year of the project, a prototype of an open access data lake for the ESCAPE community has been set up: the ESCAPE Data...

08 June 2020

Supporting the creation of new multi-order skymap – EGO-VIRGO and ESCAPE

EGO-VIRGO maps gravitational-wave (GW) sky localisation signals through all-sky images. However, these images are irregularly shaped and, in order to improve scientific discovery, EGO-VIRGO aims...

01 June 2020

Around the Zoo – Radio Galaxy Zoo: LOFAR

We recently asked our research teams to share some short videos about their Zooniverse projects, so you can hear directly from them about what they are doing and why they need your help.

19 May 2020


The approach to data has drastically changed over the past two decades, with researchers accessing to more data and larger volumes of data than ever before. Thanks to the continuous development of...