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The ESFRI Monitoring System (ESFRI-MoS) is now available to submit your new project proposal

The ESFRI Monitoring System (ESFRI-MoS) is open and ready to accept proposals for new research infrastructure (RI) projects to enter the ESFRI Roadmap 2021 update. If you are interested in submitting a proposal, you can contact the ESFRI Delegate of the country that leads the proposal to discuss more and request a new MoS user account. More details about the National ESFRI Roadmap Update processes are available online.

The new proposals due date for ESFRI Roadmap 2021 is 5 May 2020.

The ESFRI Roadmap contains probably the best European science facilities based on a thorough evaluation and selection procedure. It combines ESFRI Projects, which are new research infrastructures in progress towards implementation, and ESFRI Landmarks, successfully implemented Research Infrastructures. The document also describes the broader Landscape of research in Europe which is an important component to ESFRI methodology.

ESFRI MoS is the central online platform for information on ESFRI Projects and Landmarks. It is based on data from the ESFRI Roadmap 2018 and will include updated information for the ESFRI Roadmap 2021. It has been developed as a service by the StR-ESFRI2 Project to provide crucial guide and support for dedicated workflows of ESFRI and its working groups during the roadmapping update processes, and to offer general information on ESFRI Research Infrastructures to the public.

The overall goal of ESFRI MoS is to provide efficient knowledge management for supporting political decision making and public awareness on Research Infrastructures.

More information is available at the ESFRI MoS website.