2020-11-08, 08:00–08:00, Posters
The KM3NeT neutrino detectors are currently under construction at two locations in the Mediterranean Sea, aiming to detect the Cherenkov light generated by high-energy relativistic particles in sea water. The KM3NeT collaboration will produce scientific data valuable both for the astrophysics and neutrino physics communities as well as for marine biologists. In order to facilitate FAIR data sharing of the research results, an Open Science Portaland infrastructure are under development to provide public access to open KM3NeT data, software and services. In this contribution, the current architecture, interfaces and usage examples are presented.