- pdf file of this document [ pdf ] (published on 22nd of October 2013)
e-IRG Cloud Computing Paper
- pdf file of this document [ pdf ] (published on 30th of October 2012)
e-IRG Policy Paper on Scientific Software
- pdf file of this document [ pdf ] (published on 25th of September 2012)
e-IRG Inspiring Future e-Infrastructures in Europe and Beyond
In this proposal for a new e-IRG Strategy, the e-IRG's objectives will be adapted along the following
two main lines. To establish e-IRG as the main advisory body on e-Infrastructures internationally and to develop e-IRG as the coordination platform for all components of European e-Infrastructures.
- pdf file of this document [ pdf ] (published on 30th of June 2012)
e-IRG Data Management Task Force Report
The e-IRG delegates recognised the importance of data management for the future of research infrastructures and, as a result, established the e-IRG Data Management Task Force (DMTF) that received recognition and support also from ESFRI. The main objectives of DMTF were defined as producing an analysis of issues regarding data management in a coherent and flexible way, and a set of recommendations for the present and future research infrastructures. The report is divided into three parts: a survey of existing data management initiatives, metadata and quality, and interoperability issues in data management.
- pdf file of this document [ pdf ] (published on 16th of December 2009)
Education and training task force report
The Education and Training Task Force report proposes strategic actions to establish, promote and resource the Grid and e-Science curricula in Europe. The ETTF report has been a major European effort and has already been noted on the international level, e.g. in the Open Grid Forum (OGF).
- pdf file of this document [ pdf ] (published on 8th of July 2008)
Task Force on Sustainable e-Infrastructures
The overall vision of this document:
"The linking of individual computers into increasingly complex networks has been
transforming the scientific enterprise for several decades. Networking has affected every aspect of research, including data gathering, sharing of large databases, brute-force computing, modelling and simulation, and publishing of preprints and papers."