How to register/Log in

There are two ways to register/log in to ECAS. The current release of ECAS allows authentication/authorization using LDAP. For this, an account at DKRZ is required. However, since ECAS is related to the EOSCHUB project, the authentication/authorization process will be through one the EOSCHUB AAI providers (INDIGO IAM, B2ACCESS and EGI Check IN).

Login/Register with DKRZ account

The current registration and Log-in process is based on LDAP.


You need an account at DKRZ in order to use ECAS.

The registration at DKRZ is straightforward and is available at this link. After you get an account, there is one more important step, which requires to join the ECAS project.


To join a project, simply open your new account and click on Join existing project and select ECAS.

More information on how to register can be found here. If you encounter any troubles during the registration process, please don’t hesitate send an E-Mail to

After you get an account and join the ECAS project, you can log in to the JupyterHub.

Login/Register with EOSC HUB AAI

Currently, we are working on a solution that allows you to log into ECASLab through one of EOSCHUB AAI providers: EGI Check in, B2ACCESS or Indigo IAM. A second JupyterHub instance is provided for this purpose and can be found here.

When you are at the JupyterHub log in page just click on EOSCHUB AAI button and you will be redirected to our AAI broker.


At this stage, you can either user your favorite AAI provider or simply create a local account.


If you are using the service for the first time, you will be asked to accept the terms of use and to confirm your E-Mail and update the profile if necessary. In case you do not want to use the available AAI providers, you can register and get a local account.


Please note that it takes some moment to validate your account and add you to the corresponding ECAS group. Do not be surprised to see the forbidden message the first time you log in to JH.