E-IRG is an advisory eScience infrastructure expert group established and financed by the European collaboration.
The members are typically a representative of the national computing-related research infrastructure (networking, supercomputing and/or storage), and a representative of the national research political administration.
The e-IRG facilitates workshops about networks and computing-related infrastructure and publishes periodical strategy recommendations. A number of otehr articles and task force reports are also published.
The national delegates for Denmark in e-IRG are Josva Kleist, chair of the DeiC eScience committee, and Troels Rasmussen, The Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation.