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The grid steps up a gear with EGEE III — published 08/05/2008
Enabling Grids for E-sciencE (EGEE) is the largest multi-disciplinary grid infrastructure in the world. Finding the Higgs boson; saving lives; addressing the energy problem; feeding the planet - the grid is swiftly becoming one of the extraordinary tools scientists use everyday. This month sees the start of the third phase of the project, EGEE-III, which is revolutionising the way data is analysed, stored and shared.
Announcement of the 6th International GridKa School - September 8th to 12th, 2008 - registration now open — published 29/04/2008
Announcement of the 6th International GridKa School - September 8th to 12th, 2008 - registration now open. The school is arranged by the Steinbuch Centre for Computing (SCC) of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, together with EGEE
Westminster hosts "Why you need Grid & How do to it!" Workshop — published 28/04/2008
The UK's Science & Technology Facilities Council (STFC) co-hosts Distributed Computing Workshop with EGEE's Business Forum. The Workshop, taking place on 21 May 2008 in London, UK, brings together an expert panel offering insight into how open source distributed computing is being applied in industry & scientific research. The event is aimed at connecting scientists funded by STFC and EGEE, with companies and players from other research councils for a hands-on discussion about opportunities for knowledge transfer and collaborative development.
Chronopolis Project to Preserve At-Risk Digital Information — published 24/04/2008
Using existing high-speed educational and research networks and mass-scale storage infrastructure investments, the partnership is designed to leverage the data storage capabilities at SDSC, NCAR, and UMIACS to provide a preservation data grid that emphasizes heterogeneous and highly redundant data storage systems.
EGEE'08 Call for Abstracts — published 23/04/2008
The call for abstracts for the EGEE '08 Conference has been announced for the Poster and Demonstration Session, and for the Collaborating Projects track.
Program Finalized for First International HealthGrid meeting to be held in U.S., June 2-4, 2008 — published 21/04/2008
The HealthGrid U.S. Alliance has finalized the program for the sixth annual International HealthGrid conference - the first one to be held in the United States, “Global HealthGrid: eScience Meets Biomedical Informatics.”
Biomed Grid School 2008 Call for participants — published 18/04/2008
Call for participants: Biomed Grid School 2008, 12-16 May, Varenna, Italy
EGEE'08 Poster and Demo Session - Call for abstracts — published 17/04/2008
EGEE’08 – Posters and Demonstrations – Call for Abstracts now open (submission deadline: 20 May 2008)
Announcement: Call for Participation GRID'2008 — published 16/04/2008
The 3rd International Conference on Distributed Computing and Grid-technologies in Science and Education GRID’2008 announces its Call for participation.
Announcement - Submissions due 19 April: Grid 2008, September, Japan — published 10/04/2008
Submissions to the 9th IEEE International Conference on Grid Computing—Grid 2008—to be held 29 September to 1 October 2008 in Tsukuba, Japan, are due 19 April 2008.
Announcement - Call for participants: Biomed Grid School 2008, May, Italy — published 09/04/2008
Biomed GRID School 2008 will be held 12-16 May 2008 on Lake Como in Italy. After the success of the Biomed Grid School 2007 last spring, a second edition, Biomed Grid School 2008, will be held in Varenna on Lake Como, Italy from 12-16 May 2008. Participants must register in order to attend.
Massively parallel: NERSC, OSG and HPC — published 04/04/2008
A new facet in the Open Science Grid crown is NERSC’s 20,000-core Cray XT4 parallel computer. Called Franklin, it is the third and largest parallel resource that NERSC has connected to the OSG.
Announcement - Registration open: EU-IndiaGrid Workshop on Applications in Computational Biology, May, India — published 02/04/2008
Registration is now open for the EU-IndiaGrid Workshop on Applications in Computational Biology, to be held 5-9 May 2008 at the Department of Mathematics & Department of Bioinformatics at Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, in Bhopal, India.
Our powers combined: gLite, Globus and Unicore play ball — published 28/03/2008
The OMII-Europe team will celebrate the close of the project’s first phase in late April by releasing five interoperable software components that will give scientists the ability to combine the middleware powers of gLite, Globus and Unicore.
Announcement - D-Grid launches new newsletter — published 27/03/2008
After more than two years of intensive work within more than 20 research and industry grid projects, the German D-Grid initiative has this week launched a newsletter to present their results to the international grid community.
Applications open: South African Grid School 2008, July, South Africa — published 26/03/2008
Registration for the South African Grid School, which will take place from 23-25 July 2008 at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, is now open.
5th EU-IndiaGrid Workshop — published 25/03/2008
EU-IndiaGrid Workshop on Applications in Computational Biology, 5-9 May 2008, Bhopal, India
Announcement - Call for papers: Workshop in Grid Computing for Complex Problems, October, Slovakia — published 19/03/2008
The 4th International Workshop on Grid Computing for Complex Problems, to be held 27-28 October 2008 in Bratislava, Slovakia, is calling for papers.
OGF23 Set for Barcelona in June — published 17/03/2008
The Call for Participation for OGF23 in Barcelona, Spain is now open and proposals for keynote presentations, workshops, and other content useful to the grid and distributed computing industry are welcome. The call closes on April 11, with notifications sent no later than April 21.
Call for Paper: MICCAI-Grid Workshop — published 14/03/2008
Call for Paper announced for the MICCAI-Grid Workshop - Medical imaging on grids: achievements and perspectives. New York, USA - 6 September 2008
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Enabling Grids for E-sciencE (EGEE) is the largest multi-disciplinary grid infrastructure in the world. Finding the Higgs boson; saving lives; addressing the energy problem; feeding the planet - the grid is swiftly becoming one of the extraordinary tools scientists use everyday. This month sees the start of the third phase of the project, EGEE-III, which is revolutionising the way data is analysed, stored and shared.... Read more
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