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Gridipedia is a repository for software components and technical and business reports relating to Grid computing. It is populated with both the results of public and private research, as well as commercial information.

Gridipedia has a software download area, a case study library, a section dealing with business and legal aspects of Grid computing, and another discussing various technical areas, an introduction to Grid computing, including videos and a grid computing glossary.

Gridipedia is open to contributions from the Grid community. If you have suitable material, such as technical reports, software, product profiles and case studies, please consider submitting them to us through the website.

 

FP6 Grid Research Projects

FP6 PROJECTS IN F2 - Call 2 and Call 3 
Project AcronymProject coordinatorwebsite
GRIDCOORD
Geleyn Meijer 
UNIGRIDS
Mallmann Daniel
ONTOGRID
Gomez-Perez Asuncion
HPC4U
Schneider Géry
K-WF GRID
Unger Steffen
 INTELIGRID
Turk Ziga
 DATAMININGGRID
Dubitzky  Werner
PROVENANCE
Ibbotson John
SIMDAT
Thole Clemens-August
NEXTGRID
Parsons Mars / Wray Francis
AKOGRIMO
Sanchez Antonio
COREGRID
Le Dantec Bruno
GRID@ASIA
Le Dantec Bruno

FP6 PROJECTS IN F2 - Call 5 and Call 6

Project AcronymProject coordinatorwebsite
 BEINGRID
Ristol Santi
 BREIN
 Sanchez Antonio
 CHALLENGERS
 Varvarigou Theodora
 DEGREE
 Hluchy Ladislav
 NESSI-GRID
 Gonzalez Jaime
 A-WARE
 Malfetti Paolo
 ARGU-GRID
 Toni Francesca
 ASSESSGRID
 Kao Odej
 CHEMOMENTUM
 Bala Piotr
 EDUTAIN@GRID
 Fahringer Thomas
 G-ECLIPSE
 Kornmayer Harald
 GREDIA
 Sarris Nikos
 GRID4ALL
 Krishnaswamy Ruby
 GRIDCOMP
Patricia Ho-Hune
 GRIDECON
 Altmann Jörn
 GRIDTRUST
 Massonet Philippe
 KNOWARC
 Ould-Saada Farid
 QOSCOSGRID
 Robinson Stephen
 SORMA
Neumann Dirk
 EC-GIN
Welzl Michael
 BRIDGE
Bierdümpel Eckart
GRIDMAP/I-CHING
Le Dantec Bruno
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European Community for Software & Software Services (ECSS)

 The project 3S will support the goals of the IST Priority in developing a Joint European White Paper for R&D and Industry in the Service and Software Architectures, Infrastructures and Engineering field. The aim is to push the involvement of the EU to a competitive position worldwide by identifying strategies and technologies that will facilitate future developments and reduce fragmentation. With the creation of ECSS (European Community for Software & Software Services – Architectures, Infrastructures, Engineering) 3S establishes a platform for networking and knowledge transfer between the relevant scientific and industrial communities and for jointly pursuing the interests of the stakeholders in the field of IST.

Project website: www.eu-ecss.eu / Project e-mail: info@eu-ecss.eu

Project Coordinator
Pilar de Miguel
IDETRA, S.A.
Tel: +34 915774014
Fax: +34 915762037
Email: mpilardemiguel@idetra.com

 

Single System Image Operating Systems

 

Women and Science

Europe desperately needs more researchers to achieve scientific and technological excellence and to reach the Lisbon goal of becoming the world's most competitive knowledge-based economy. As women are currently under-represented in the field of scientific research, the Commission is promoting measures specifically aimed at encouraging women to take part in European research.

The XtreemOS project proposal and annex1 include a Gender Action Plan to heed the call of the European Union’s directorate on research to promote women in science.

As part of this GAP, you will find below links to relevant national and international websites/networks about the role of women in science:

  • European Commission's webpage about Gender Equality: click here
  • She Figures 2006 report: Women and Science, Statistics and Indicators: click here
  • UK resource Centre for Women in Science, Engineering and Technology: click here