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'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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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: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 - 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.
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 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.
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!
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.
EGEE at the ITU's Regional Radiocommunication Conference — published 09/08/2006
EGEE helps achieve international digital broadcasting agreement
Places and funding available for the e-Science MSc/Diploma programme 2006/2007 - University of Edinburgh.
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.
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.
GridKa School 2006 - Karlsruhe, Germany — published 21/07/2006
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
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).
2nd EchoGRID Strategic Workshop, 29-30 October 2007, Beijing, China: Towards a Shared EU & Chinese Vision for Grid Research Perspectives... Read more
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