Beijing, 12 June 2006 First EUChinaGRID Workshop — published 21/06/2006
Networking and Grid experts from Europe and China, as well as advanced users working with very demanding applications in eScience (i.e., Physics, Medicine, Biology and other sciences building upon the network and computational infrastructures) have just met to pin down the current situation of the Euro-Chinese collaboration in Grid Technology.
6th Austrian-Hungarian Workshop on Distributed and Parallel Systems — published 06/06/2006
Call For Papers. DAPSYS 2006 is organized jointly with the 2nd Austrian Grid Symposium and is expected to be a major event for vendors, researchers and teachers.
ICDCS 2006 the 26th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems takes place July 4-7, 2006 in Lisboa, Portugal
EGEE and climate modelling at the Deutsches Klimarechenzentrum (DKRZ) — published 31/05/2006
Read how Grid technology projects could potentially help Deutsches Klimarechenzentrum (DKRZ) to conduct top of the line earth system and climate modelling.
New tutorials LCG-2 and gLite — published 18/05/2006
May 2006 sees the launch of new comprehensive tutorials on LCG-2 and gLite middleware prepared in cooperation with the EGEE project by GridwiseTech.
CERN launches second phase of openlab industry partnership — published 18/05/2006
Geneva, 17 May 2006 - The second phase of CERN openlab, a partnership between CERN and leading IT companies, was officially launched at a ceremony at CERN.
EGEE’06 Conference, 25-29 September 2006, Geneva Switzerland — published 10/05/2006
Registration is still open for EGEE’06, the first EGEE-II conference where Grid user communities, decision makers, resource providers and developers will discuss how to capitalise on past investments and plan a sustainable future for the Grid. 550 participants already registered.
PPARC KITE Club - Grid Brokering Meeting, 16th May 2006 — published 08/05/2006
PPARC KITE Club - Grid Brokering Meeting, 16th May 2006 St John’s Innovation Centre, Cambridge. The PPARC KITE Club invites interested parties from academia and industry to a brokering meeting on ‘Grid Computing’ to be held at St John’s Innovation Centre in Cambridge on 16th May 2006.
In conjunction with the 8th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems - ICEIS 2006 (http://www.iceis.org/), the 4th International Workshop on Web Services and Grid Computing (WSGC 2006) will take place May 23, 2006 – Paphos, Cyprus
EGEE GRID ATTACKS AVIAN FLU — published 05/05/2006
During April, a collaboration of Asian and European laboratories has analysed 300,000 possible drug components against the avian flu virus H5N1 using the EGEE Grid infrastructure. Find out more about full analysis and of course the results so far...
EGA Webcast on Grid Computing in the enterprise. May 04 2006 — published 02/05/2006
Following on from the first EGEE Industry DAy held in Paris in April, there will be another significant event that will look further at the proposition of Grid Computing technology in the enterprise. The Enterprise Grid Alliance (EGA) invites you to attend our 60 minute webcast on grid computing in the enterprise. This is a great opportunity to gain a thorough understanding of grid computing from Micron Technology, one of the world's leading providers of advanced semiconductor solutions.
SCARF / National Grid Service Users Tutorial, 24 - 26 April 2006, Didcot, United Kingdom — published 24/04/2006
Grid computing empowers collaborations across different institutions by enabling them to share resources of data and computation. Current developments using grid computing are across a wide spectrum of research ('e-Research'), engineering, public service, provision of digital libraries.
EGEE/ EGEE-II transition meeting: 12-13 April 2006, CERN, Geneva Switzerland — published 05/04/2006
To mark the start date of EGEE-II (April 1st 2006) and the transition from EGEE to EGEE-II, a two day meeting is organised to for participating partners.
The First EGEE Industry Day Paris, France — published 22/03/2006
If you are interested in working with EGEE or deploying an industrial application on EGEE, REGISTER online at to attend the first Industry Day, 27 April 2006 in Paris, at the LPHNE (Laboratoire de Physique Nucleaire et des Hautes Energies)
Final EGEE Dissemination Seminar in Bulgaria Sofia 31 of March 2006. — published 07/04/2006
CERN launches second phase of openlab industry partnership — published 18/05/2006
EGEE Industry Day 12 July 2006 — published 26/06/2006
The EGEE Industry Day will be held on the afternoon of 12 July 2006 in conjunction with the International Summer School on Grid computing, which is taking place in Ischia, Italy (near Naples), from Sunday 9 to Friday 21 July 2006. Experts will offer a snapshot overview on how to build large computing and data grids by exploiting EGEE technology.
EGEE helps achieve international digital broadcasting agreement — published 11/07/2006
Geneva, 11 July 2006 – Over the last two months, the EGEE project successfully supported a series of large-scale data processing activities being carried out by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) as part of the ITU’s Regional Radiocommunication Conference (RRC-06, 15 May – 16 June 2006).
Early Bird Invitation until 17th July 2006 to the EGEE’06 Conference — published 12/07/2006
Early Bird Invitation until 17th July 2006 to the EGEE’06 Conference, Geneva, Sep 25–29, 2006 featuring innovative, cutting-edge business tracks on Grid
GridKa School 2006 -Karlsruhe, Germany — published 21/07/2006
GridKa School, the regional EGEE school of the German-Swiss EGEE federation will be held for the fourth time this year in Karlsruhe, Germany. Early Bird discount before 14 August.
On July 14, 2006 the Institute of Physics in Belgrade (IPB) and its Scientific Computing Laboratory were hosts to high level delegations from the EU Directorate General for Research, headed by Janez Potočnik, Commissioner for Research, and from the Ministry of Science of Serbia, headed by Aleksandar Popović, Minister of Science.
Places and funding available for the e-Science MSc/Diploma programme 2006/2007 - University of Edinburgh.
EGEE at the ITU's Regional Radiocommunication Conference — published 09/08/2006
EGEE helps achieve international digital broadcasting agreement
Gridka School 2006 — published 16/08/2006
Following the success of the previous events, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe will again run its annual GridKa School in 2006, 11-15 September 2006.
German e-Science Conference 2007, 2-4 May 2007, Baden-Baden, Germany — published 17/08/2006
GES2007 German e-Science Conference 2007, 2-4 May, Baden-Baden, Germany - Call for Abstracts Now Open!
EGEE'06 CONFERENCE: 25-28 September 2006, CICG, Geneva, Switzerland — published 01/09/2006
With less than a month to go before the EGEE'06 conference, we invite you to register now to this unique event where you will be able to meet with research, academic and business experts to discuss the current status and future of Grid technology.
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.
EGEE'06 - Monday 25: What's happening this afternoon? — published 25/09/2006
This afternoon EGEE '06 sessions provide a first, essential glimpse of the current and potential role of the EGEE Grid infrstructure in industry and research.
EGEE'06:What's happening today? — published 25/09/2006
EGEE’06 features key issues for EGEE & Grid Computing, several of which are addressed in this morning's plenary and parallel sessions: the present status of EGEE & Grid Computing; new research for future advances; the benefits and obstacles facing industry and the public sector in the adoption of Grid; and the state of play in biomedical applications deployed on EGEE.
EGEE'06 - Tuesday 26: What's happening this afternoon? — published 26/09/2006
This afternoon EGEE’06 features a spectrum of presentations exploring current and potential Grid deployment, as well as key on-going and future activities in the second phase of EGEE.
EGEE'06 - Wednesday 27: What's happening this morning? — published 26/09/2006
EGEE'06 - Wednesday 27: What's happening this morning? Participants at this morning’s plenary and parallel sessions will gain valuable insight into many of the technical activities and issues concerning EGEE-II. Contributions are made by several EGEE Federations, and partners involved in a range of Service Activities and Industry Quality Standards.
EGEE'06 - Wednesday 27: What's happening this afternoon? — published 27/09/2006
EGEE'06 - Wednesday 27: What's happening this afternoon? This afternoon’s sessions are mainly devoted to core issues regarding quality standards, short and longer term EGEE-II technical goals and strategies, and current and future global security architecture. EGEE’06 participants can learn about first user scenarios and the activities and objectives of the User Information Group (UIG); current and future collaborations with related Grid infrastructure projects, as well as the activities & initiatives of the Asia Federation.
EGEE'06 - Thursday 28: What's happening this morning? — published 27/09/2006
This morning’s plenary and parallel sessions offer an array of issues and topics for discussion such as the new gLite middleware, standard based Web Service Grid, and user experiences in data access in the domains of HEP, Life and Earth Sciences. SEE-GRID Regional Grids Workshop provides an opportunity to exchange experiences on a number of issues aimed at complementing and expanding EGEE, while the Swiss Initiative session explores national participation in Grid.
EGEE'06 - Thursday 28: What's happening this afternoon? — published 28/09/2006
EGEE'06 - Thursday 28: What's happening this afternoon? This afternoon’s sessions feature an interesting selection of topics, such as an analysis of the BPEL (Business Processing Execution Language) standard; a global perspective of the deployment of Grid infrastructures; further examples of Swiss involvement in Grid projects; current and future EGEE security activities; valuable guidance on reaching out to a wider, non-specialist audience; and e-Archiving & Digital Libraries.
EGEE'06 - Friday 29: What's happening this morning? — published 28/09/2006
EGEE'06 - Friday 29: What's happening this morning? Today’s sessions draw EGEE’06 to a close with presentations mainly focusing on diverse EGEE-II activities, including sessions led by the International Collaboration Board; Middleware Re-engineering (JRA1), Grid Operations (SA1) and Grid Testing & Certification (SA3); the VO Managers Group; User Support Committee (ESC); and the Collaboration Board.
EGEE'06 - Friday 29: What's happening this afternoon? — published 29/09/2006
EGEE'06 - Friday 29: What's happening this afternoon? Addressing the Closing Plenary this afternoon will be Mark Linesch, OGF President, and Dr Bob Jones, EGEE-II Project Director. Their speeches highlight the major achievements of EGEE’06 and the global opportunities and challenges that lie ahead.
EGEE Working With Business and Industry — published 03/10/2006
EGEE Working with Business and Industry - this report provides several testimonials from the EGEE'06 Business Track and an overview of the recently announced collaboration between EGEE and three companies.
EGEE'06 - Monday 25: Welcome to EGEE'06 — published 05/10/2006
EGEE '06 - Monday 25: Welcome to EGEE'06 The EGEE'06 Conference kicks off this morning with the Opening Plenary featuring visionary speeches by representatives from the European Commission, government, research, and industry.
Call for Papers - GPC2007 — published 06/10/2006
GPC ANNOUNCES A CALL FOR PAPERS FOR GPC'2007 - The Second International Conference on Grid and Pervasive Computing, 2-4 May 2007, Paris, France Submission Deadline: November 30, 2006
IPDPS 2007 — published 09/10/2006
Manuscripts for the 21st IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium are due for submission today, 09/10/2006
Platform European Grid Conference, 23-24 October 2006, Paris, France — published 19/10/2006
Agile Enterprises Powered by Grid is the theme of the Platform European Grid Conference, 23-24 October 2006 at the Pavillon D'Armenonville in Paris, France, organised by Platform, an EGEE Business Associate (EBA).
4th EGEE Industry Day, 26-27 October 2006, Catania, Sicily — published 25/10/2006
With 100 registered participants, the 4th EGEE Industry Day looks set to be major success for the EGEE Industry Forum. This event, entitled EGEE Project Meets the World of Industry, is taking place over the next two days in Catania, Sicily.
EGEE Industry Day, 26-27 October 2006, Catania, Sicily — published 27/10/2006
The EGEE Industry Day, 26-27 October 2006, Catania, Sicily - EGEE Meets the World of Industry - continues today with an interesting array of presentations on domain-specific applications for enterprises and SMEs, offering insight into new developments in Grid adoption in this arena.
19th Open Grid Forum, 29 January-2 February 2007, Chapel Hill, NC, USA — published 30/10/2006
The 19th Open Grid Froum (OGF19), 29 January-2 February 2007, Chapel Hill, NC, USA Call for Proposals now open! Call for Proposal Deadline: 17 November 2006
JTR 2006, 16-17-18 October 2006, Lyon, France — published 02/11/2006
JTR 2006, 16-17-18 October 2006, Lyon, France: The scope of this workshop was to give systems & networks engineers the necessary knowledge about Grids, presenting the technical architectures and highlighting the critical points to achieve successful deployment.
EGEE will be at SC06, 11-17 November 2006, Tampa, Florida, USA. EGEE is offering participants the opportunity to meet and interact with representatives from Europe's largest Grid infrastructure through a series of presentations and demonstrations. Partner institutes also cover EGEE-related topics, demos and presentations.
Grid computing "Mappa mundi" unveiled in Florida — published 15/11/2006
Grid computing "Mappa mundi" unveiled in Florida: Visitors to Supercomputing’06 in Tampa, Florida this week will be the first to see a new interactive map that shows the Enabling Grids for E-sciencE (EGEE) infrastructure and eight of the other world’s largest computing Grids.
17/11/2006_Today's News — published 17/11/2006
17/11/2006: In the News Today [email protected] 06 - Bob Jones, EGEE Project Director, speaking on GridCast by video link
13-17 November 2006_In the News this Week_Science Grid Goes International — published 17/11/2006
13-17 November:In The News this Week - Science Grid Goes International
Grid Computing Now! is hosting a workshop on Virtual Organisations and Grid: Applications, Patterns and infrastructures, 21-22 November 2006, Edinburgh, UK.
Call for HPDC 2007 Workshop Proposals — published 23/11/2006
Workshops provide a forum for discussion among researchers and practitioners of areas of special interest within High Performance Distributed Computing and will be held on June 25th and 26th in Monterey California, prior to the main HPDC 2007 conference.
Todays's News:24/11/2006_EGEE 5th Industry Day, Helsinki — published 24/11/2006
24 November 2006 – the 5th EGEE Industry Day on Biomedical Challenges in Grid Adoption between Research and Industry - takes place today in Helsinki, Finland. The event is hosted by CSC, the Finnish IT Center for Science.
Call for Papers - 'Tools for Program Development and Analysis in Computational Science' Workshop, 27-30 May 2007, Beijing, China.
01/12/2006 - News Today Announcing the Grid Computing Now! Web Seminar — published 01/12/2006
Grid Computing Now! Web seminar dedicated to 'The Business Case for next generation IT architecture', 05 December 2006, 1300-1400 (GMT).
EGEE User Forum, Joint OGF20/EGEE, 9-11 May 2007 Manchester, UK:Call for Abstracts Now Open — published 04/12/2006
Call for Abstracts Now Open for the second EGEE User Forum, taking place 9-11 May 2007 in Manchester, UK as part of the joint OGF20/EGEE event.
Harnessing grid computing to save women’s lives — published 05/12/2006
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. In the EU and the US, one in eight will develop it at some point in their lives, and it will kill one in 28. But harnessing the power of the grid could help increase the accuracy of diagnoses
OMII-UK Newsletter - December 2006 — published 13/12/2006
The Open Middleware Infrastructure Institute-UK (OMII-UK) was formed in January 2006 as a collaboration between the School of Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton, the OGSA-DAI project, the Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre (EPCC), and the myGrid project at the School of Computer Science at The University of Manchester.
National e-Science Centre News – December 2006 — published 14/12/2006
The BELIEF 1st International Conference on e-Infrastructures, 14 -15 December 2006, New Delhi, India, has brought together over 300 participants from India and across Europe to discuss and plan how the two regions can capitalise on the new infrastructure facilities and technologies.
22nd ISC, 26-29 June 2007, Dresden, Germany: Call For Papers — published 18/12/2006
Call For Papers Open: ISC'07: THE WORLD'S FIRST HPC FORUM. Paper submission deadline: 20/02/2007
Business & Grid for the 2nd EGEE User Forum, 9-11 May 2006, Manchester, UK — published 18/12/2006
The 2nd EGEE User Forum, which will be held in conjunction with OGF20 in Manchester, UK, 9-11 May 2006 (http://eu-egee.org/uf2) will provide a unique opportunity for businesses to meet with users of the largest multi-science Grid infrastructure, to interact with companies already benefiting from grid deployments, and to share their experiences.
Announcing EELA/BELIEF Conference '07 and 2nd EELA Bulletin — published 09/01/2007
The European & Latin American e-Infrastructures conference will be held at the Hotel Glòria, Rio de Janiero, Brazil from the 25 - 28 June 2007 co organised with EELA (eInfrastructure shared between Europe and Latin America)
EGEE never stops - not even at Christmas! — published 11/01/2007
EGEE never stops - not even at Christmas! The EGEE Project is pleased to announce that the average number of running jobs over the Christmas period and during new year celebrations was ~20k.
2nd International Workshop on Distributed Cooperative Laboratories: Instrumenting the Grid (INGRID 2007), April 16-18, 2007, Santa Margherita Ligure - Portofino, Italy has announced a Call for Papers for the event.
Business Intelligence & Grid Solutions meeting the Finance Sector. — published 17/01/2007
24 -26 January 2007, Pisa, Italy Hosted by the Pisa “Camera di Commercio, Industria ed Artigianato” and co-organised with INFN, the EGEE, EGRID and MUSING projects, the three day event will provide a platform to examine risk-management, current experiences and challenges, implementation and future opportunities for Finance institutions to use Grid technology in their everyday work environments in general and the EGEE (Enabling Grids for e-Science) Grid technology, in particular.
IBERGRID, May 14-16 2007, Santiago de Compostela, Spain: Call for Papers opens 01/02/2007 — published 22/01/2007
Paper Submission for IBERGRID, the 1st Iberian Grid Infrastructure Conference, May 14-16 2007, Santiago (Spain) is open 01/02/2007 - 05/03/2007
XIII Exhibition and Conference YU INFO 2007
EGEE USER FORUM — published 31/01/2007
Deadline for the submission of abstracts to the User Forum extended to 14th February 2007!
Smaller European countries to share science Grid infrastructures (Cordis News) — published 01/02/2007
Twelve of Europe's smaller countries have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to develop an interoperable scientific grid infrastructure together.
This month's NeSC Newsletter Spotlights Smart Science. — published 02/02/2007
Malcolm Atkinson, e-Science Envoy for NeSC News, tells readers all about Smart Science, its benefits to the world of research and the new challenges ahead!
CS-Tegrid 2007 Announces Call for Papers — published 05/02/2007
Call for Papers Now Open for the CS-Tegrid 2007 Trust in E-Systems and the Grid Workshop, 22 July 2007, Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Spanish Conference on e-Science Grid Computing — published 06/02/2007
Registration deadline for the Spanish Conference on e-Science Grid Computing is 10 February 2007
International Summer School on Grid Computing, 8-20 July 2007, Sweden — published 07/02/2007
Registration now open for the 5th International Summer School on Grid Computing taking place from 8 to 20 July 2007 at the Gripsholmsviken Hotell & Konferens, Mariefred, near Stockholm, Sweden.
Call for Papers for CoreGRID Symposium, 27-28 August 2007, Rennes, France — published 09/02/2007
Announcing Call for Papers for the CoreGRID Symposium, 27-28 August 2007, IRISA, Rennes, France
Announcing upcoming Workshop on Grid & Multimedia Resources for Communication - 15 February 2007, Bucharest, Rumania
SEEREN2 Winter School — published 13/02/2007
Announcing the upcoming Winter School, organised by The SEEREN2 project. The event is being co-located with the YUINFO 2007.
ICWE2007 - Call for Papers deadline 17 February 2007 — published 15/02/2007
The Seventh International Conference on Web Engineering (ICWE2007) will be held in July 2007 in Como, Italy.
Highlights from the 3rd EELA Bulletin, February 2007 — published 16/02/2007
The latest issue of the EELA (e-Infrastructure Shared between Europe and Latin America) Bulletin features project news, events and outcomes.
7th EGEE Industry Day, 23 February 2007, Budapest, Hungary — published 19/02/2007
Grid Makes Good Business Sense at the 7th EGEE Industry Day, 23 February 2007, Budapest, Hungary. With less than four days to go, take this opportunity to register for this event and discover what EGEE can do for your business.
EGEE Gets GridWise — published 26/02/2007
EGEE welcomes GridwiseTech on board its Business Associate programme.
1st Joint Industry Day EGEE and EELA, 1st March 2007 Madrid, Spain — published 27/02/2007
1st Joint Industry Day EGEE and EELA, 1st March 2007 Madrid, Spain. With less than two days to go, take this opportunity to register for this event and discover what EGEE can do for your business.
3Tera Launches Grid University — published 02/03/2007
February 28, 2007 -- WEB HOST INDUSTRY REVIEW -- Grid and utility computing services provider 3Tera (3tera.com) announced on Tuesday that it has launched its Grid University which will offer more than 30 online courses that provide live, interactive education on utility computing for Web applications.
e-Science IDs New Weapons in Superbug Battle — published 05/03/2007
e-Therapeutics discovers three drugs that are effective against antibiotic-resistant superbugs by using Grid computing and e-Science techniques
CDO2, University Of Surrey To Develop Financial Grid — published 06/03/2007
Financial analysis company CDO2 has recently partnered with the University of Surrey to work on a three-year research project aimed at improving CDO2's service offering. London-based CDO2 develops pricing and risk technology for banks, hedge funds and investment firms involved in trading structured credit products, specifically collateralised debt obligations (CDOs).
Howard, Guardian Look to Grow Breast Cancer Data Grid — published 19/03/2007
Guardian Look to Grow Breast Cancer Data Grid: Guardian Technologies International Inc. has submitted a proposal to the U.S. government to expand the current capabilities of Signature Mapping™ for the early detection of breast cancer.
OGF20/EGEE User Forum: less than 24 hours to go for the Early Bird Registration! — published 14/03/2007
OGF20/EGEE User Forum: less than 24 hours to go for the Early Bird Registration!
OGF December 2006 eNewsletter — published 06/12/2006
The December 2006 edition of the OGF eNewsletter is now available.
OGF20 Student Scholarships — published 12/03/2007
OGF is offering a limited number of student scholarships for its upcoming OGF20 event. Scholarship application & Early Bird Registration deadlines: 15 March 2007.
The 20th Open Grid Forum - OGF20 — published 30/01/2007
The Call of abstracts of the OGF20 is Open. Deadline is the 9th of February