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Primeur weekly 2013-07-01

Special

A decade of HPC in evolution - Thomas Sterling takes the stage as the Charles Darwin of supercomputing ...

The Cloud

Cloud Summer School 2013 - Final Call for Participation ...

EuroFlash

Atos wins contract for the second most powerful supercomputer in Spain ...

Eurotech, University of Regensburg and University of Wuppertal sign co-operation agreement for QPACE2 ...

Eurotech supercomputers Eurora and Aurora Tigon score first and second place in the Green500 list ...

Projectiondesign to amaze visitors to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex's newest attraction - Space Shuttle Atlantis ...

Towards a Second EUDAT Roadmap of common services ...

Grants available for Europeans to attend the 2nd RDA plenary meeting ...

Cray awarded supercomputer contract from the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) ...

Programming model for supercomputers of the future ...

Allinea tools to help Professor Stephen Hawking's Consortium get more Bang from COSMOS ...

Researchers unmask Janus-faced nature of mechanical forces with the Julich supercomputer ...

SPEX Group announces Scotland's fastest growing young company doubles turnover ...

IBM harnesses power of Big Data to improve Dutch flood control and water management systems ...

USFlash

13th edition of the Green500 List to make use of new energy measurement methodologies ...

GPU-accelerated SGI servers enable Department of Geosciences at Princeton University to simulate seismic activity in record time ...

Clemson supercomputer is 5th among U.S. universities ...

University of Florida lands $8 million federal award for supercomputing research ...

China shocks the supercomputer community again with HUST's HPL Championship at ISC'13 ...

Understanding a novel enzyme from a family of marine crustaceans may bolster biofuels development ...

NVIDIA Tesla GPU accelerators power world's most energy efficient supercomputer ...

Researchers use TACC supercomputers to simulate orbital debris impacts on spacecraft and fragment impacts on body armour ...

Purdue builds nation's fastest campus supercomputer - again ...

Sequoia tops Graph 500 list of 'Big Data' supercomputers ...

New project aims to make New York's Lake George the "smartest lake" in the world ...

Lawrence Livermore's Vulcan brings 5 petaflops computing power to collaborations with industry and academia to advance science and technology ...

SDSC GeoComputing Lab named Winner of HPC Innovation Excellence Award by IDC ...

Towards a Second EUDAT Roadmap of common services


19 Jun 2013 Espoo - As the EUDAT project's initial common data services all approach delivery, EUDAT is moving ahead to look at the next round of services to be developed. EUDAT will be inviting research community experts to meet with domain and technology experts at workshops in Barcelona in September to determine which follow-up common services best meet the needs of the European research communities in the selected areas: Dynamic Data, Work flow Support, Semantic Annotation, and Data Access and Reuse. EUDAT may then decide to set up working groups to continue the discussions in some of these areas.

EUDAT is preparing the next phase of its common data services and is organizing a series of workshops with a view to establishing Working Groups on the following topics:

  • common services in the area of Dynamic Data addressing real-time data such as data produced by remotely connected field sensors and massive crowd sourcing data generated via mobile devices,
  • common services in the area of Work flow Support supporting researchers to orchestrate data processing chains and execute them on computers close to where their data is located,
  • common services in the area of Semantics allowing researchers, for example, to check the correctness of incoming data against trusted ontologies and semantically annotate the data, and
  • policies regarding Data Access and Re-use at community and service provider levels.

The workshops will bring together EUDAT-related community representatives, domain experts and EUDAT technologists to discuss the challenges and opportunities associated with such services. The workshops will have joint sessions and in particular parallel tracks to discuss these four topics.

The goal of the workshops is to determine the best strategy for EUDAT to reach a consensus on the "common" services and policies in these topic areas that will be of most benefit to research communities in their work.

EUDAT will start the workshops with a plenary session where the four different topic areas will be presented briefly. After that, the participants will split into four separate groups (one per topic area) to allow in-depth discussions on each topic. Finally, the participants will all come together again in a plenary meeting to report and discuss the outcomes. The intention is to create high level reports about the meeting and the group results.

For each group, there will be two co-chairs who prepare and run the session for that group. EUDAT is inviting a number of external experts, along with interested people from all the scientific communities that are collaborating with EUDAT. The number of people per group will be restricted to a maximum of 15 to make it possible to hold intensive in-depth discussions of the group topic.

If you are interested to become a member of one the Working Groups, or wish to receive additional information on a specific group, you can send your request to the following contact persons:

Source: EUDAT

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2013-07-01

Special

A decade of HPC in evolution - Thomas Sterling takes the stage as the Charles Darwin of supercomputing ...

The Cloud

Cloud Summer School 2013 - Final Call for Participation ...

EuroFlash

Atos wins contract for the second most powerful supercomputer in Spain ...

Eurotech, University of Regensburg and University of Wuppertal sign co-operation agreement for QPACE2 ...

Eurotech supercomputers Eurora and Aurora Tigon score first and second place in the Green500 list ...

Projectiondesign to amaze visitors to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex's newest attraction - Space Shuttle Atlantis ...

Towards a Second EUDAT Roadmap of common services ...

Grants available for Europeans to attend the 2nd RDA plenary meeting ...

Cray awarded supercomputer contract from the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) ...

Programming model for supercomputers of the future ...

Allinea tools to help Professor Stephen Hawking's Consortium get more Bang from COSMOS ...

Researchers unmask Janus-faced nature of mechanical forces with the Julich supercomputer ...

SPEX Group announces Scotland's fastest growing young company doubles turnover ...

IBM harnesses power of Big Data to improve Dutch flood control and water management systems ...

USFlash

13th edition of the Green500 List to make use of new energy measurement methodologies ...

GPU-accelerated SGI servers enable Department of Geosciences at Princeton University to simulate seismic activity in record time ...

Clemson supercomputer is 5th among U.S. universities ...

University of Florida lands $8 million federal award for supercomputing research ...

China shocks the supercomputer community again with HUST's HPL Championship at ISC'13 ...

Understanding a novel enzyme from a family of marine crustaceans may bolster biofuels development ...

NVIDIA Tesla GPU accelerators power world's most energy efficient supercomputer ...

Researchers use TACC supercomputers to simulate orbital debris impacts on spacecraft and fragment impacts on body armour ...

Purdue builds nation's fastest campus supercomputer - again ...

Sequoia tops Graph 500 list of 'Big Data' supercomputers ...

New project aims to make New York's Lake George the "smartest lake" in the world ...

Lawrence Livermore's Vulcan brings 5 petaflops computing power to collaborations with industry and academia to advance science and technology ...

SDSC GeoComputing Lab named Winner of HPC Innovation Excellence Award by IDC ...