National initiatives and engagement
- Geneviève Romier (CNRS)
- Gergely Sipos (EGI.eu)
Geneviève Romier (CNRS)
France Grilles Scientific Interest Group was created and labeled Research Infrastructure in 2010. France Grilles (http://www.france-grilles.fr) is represented as the French NGI by CNRS that is a founding member of the EGI consortium. France Grilles partners are the main French research institutes and the universities. « France Grilles aims at building and operating a multidisciplinary...
Dr Paul Coddington (Australian Research Data Commons)
The Australian Nectar Research Cloud has developed and is operating a successful collaborative user support model across our federation, run on a lean operational budget. We operate a federated user support model that aligns with our broader service provision model of centrally standardised and coordinated services delivered as a national service through a partnership of separate...
Gilles Mathieu (INSERM) , Isabelle PERSEIL (INSERM)
Inserm is the first biomedical research institute in Europe in terms of publications. Inserm contribution to the EOSC architecture for Life and medical science is therefore essential, first to fully cover the field and second to make sure that EOSC service offer corresponds to identified needs of the community. INSERM’s contribution to the service catalogue is expressed through several...
Dr Isabel Campos (CSIC) , Joao Pina (LIP)
IBERGRID was born out of the Iberian Common Plan for distributed infrastructures released in 2007, but the origins can be traced back to the Portuguese and Spanish participation in joint projects since 2002. Since then, IBERGRID has been federating infrastructures from Iberian research & academic organisations mainly focused on grid, cloud computing and data processing. The IBERGRID...
23. Bulgarian National Centre for High Performance and Distributed Computing - history and perspectives
Emanouil Atanassov (IICT-BAS)
The Bulgarian National Centre for High-performance and Distributed Computing (NCHDC) is part of the Bulgarian National Roadmap for Research Infrastructures since 2014. The Centre is the only electronic infrastructure supported by the Roadmap that is not domain specific and is open to research groups from all Bulgarian Universities and research institutes. Three leading partners (IICT-BAS, SU,...