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EGI conference 2017

The EGI Conference 2017 will take place in Catania, Italy, between 9-12 May 2017. The EGI Conference 2017 will be held in partnership with the INDIGO Summit 2017 and both events are hosted by INFN-Catania.

More information will be added to the events’ website over the next few weeks. Registration is scheduled to open at the end of January and a draft programme will be also online around the same time.

EGI Conference and INDIGO Summit website: https://indico.egi.eu/indico/event/3249/

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EGI case studies 2016

EGI published a fresh collection of case studies, of which the following two acknowledge the contributions of French resource providers:

CTA: https://www.egi.eu/use-cases/research-stories/cta/
HESS: https://www.egi.eu/use-cases/research-stories/hess/

Good reading!

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SUCCES days 2016

The GIS France Grilles and GRID’5000, the “Groupe Calcul” and the GDR RSD and the HPC regional centers organizes the “2016” edition of the French speacking SUCCES Days: scientific meeting of grid, cloud, storage  and mesocenters users.

SUCCES Days will take place in November 23-24th at the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris.

They will be webcasted.

The meeting’s objective is:
– scientific works, in all disciplines, realised with grid, cloud or mesocenters.
– evolution of tools…

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EGI Webinar: How SMEs Can Use EGI’s Cloud for CAE – Intro & Demo Using OpenFOAM

EGI is inviting Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to join a one-hour webinar demonstrating computer-aided engineering (CAE) in the EGI Federated Cloud Infrastructure, with the example of OpenFOAM software containers taking place on 20 October between 16:00-17:00 CET.

Know more and register!

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France Grilles provides:

– a portfolio of services on a distributed e-infrastructure for the storage and analysis of scientific data
– a support and animation team serving the community and coordinating operations of the grid and cloud computing infrastructures
– more than a thousand users willing to share their expertise and know-how
– the french representation within EGI, the European Grid Infrastructure
– and more than anything, a human network