The Grid 2006 Conference, which features keynote talks, panel, peer reviewed papers presentations, and posters, serves as both the premier conference presenting best Grid research and a forum where new concepts can be introduced and explored. This year the Conference will be co-located with the 2006 Cluster conference.... Read more
The Industry Forum (IF) is an integral part of EGEE, and one of the EGEE platforms designed to give Industry the opportunity to learn about EGEE and find out how their Industrial Applications can be deployed on EGEE.
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The Industry Forum is managed by a steering committee consisting of EGEE project partners and representatives from business.
Anyone interested in joining the EGEE Industry Forum should register as an EGEE Community Member where you can also describe in a few sentences, the motivation for coming onboard the Industry Forum. You can find out more about the Community in the User Forum
See some of the latest events of the Industry Forum in our press releases
To find out more about the EGEE Industry Forum contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please ensure you have also read, and agreed to, the Industry Forum By-laws
The first applications to use the EGEE Grid infrastructure were from the fields of High Energy Physics (HEP) and Biomedicine, but EGEE by now also supports applications from many other scientific domains, such as Astrophysics, Computational Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Finance, Fusion, Geophysics, Multimedia. In addition, there are several applications from the industrial sector running on the EGEE Grid, such as applications from geophysics or the plastics industry.
From an Industrial perspective EGEE has had a notable success with the Geocluster application the leading industry seismic processing solution. Geocluster is the first industrial application successfully running on the EGEE Production Service, within the Expanding GEOsciences on DEmand (EGEODE) Virtual Organisation.
EGEE also supports the OpenPlast Project an industrial application project using a computing grid, focused on plasturgy companies specific needs. First phase of this project is to work on the simulation of thermoplastic material injection processes.
The Industry Forum produces a quarterly newsletter, which can be downloaded below.
The full list of Industry Forum members is currently being updated but you can click here to see the current full list of Industry Forum Members