The school includes 2 days of frontal lessons, 1 day of excursion on Mount Etna visiting the multi-parametric monitoring stations, and 2 days of practical activities in analyzing, processing and interpreting real data from Mount Etna.
EPOS IP TCS AH Leader: Beata Orlecka-Sikora (IG PAS) partcipated at the event with a presentation entitled Thematic Core Service Anthropogenic Hazards; Step-change in Tackling Grand Challenges of Seismic Hazard Associated with Exploitation of Geo-resources.
The ICDI is a forum created by representatives of major Italian Research Infrastructures and e-Infrastructures, with the aim of promoting synergies at the national level, and optimising the Italian participation to European and global challenges.
It will bring together existing ERICs and ERICs in preparation with seats in Italy such as EPOS ERIC. The main objective is to develop policies and methodologies for advanced operational aspects of ERICs through a set of activities.