The e-Infrastructure Reflection Group (e-IRG) has published a new edition of the e-IRG Magazine. This Fall edition of the new e-IRG Magazine is now available for download.
Highlights include summaries of the e-IRG Delegates Meetings and the e-IRG Workshop which all took place in Sofia, Bulgaria; a report from the third Digital Infrastructures for Research (DI4R) Conference in Lisbon, Portugal; a summary of ESFRI's 5th Strategy Report & Roadmap 2018 launch in Vienna, Austria; a visual report from the PLAN-E Workshop at the 14th IEEE Conference on eScience in Amsterdam, The Netherlands; an overview of the National Nodes as the foundation for the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC); and an overview of the Knowledge Base.
This e-IRG Magazine edition also contains interviews with Augusto Burgueño-Arjona, Head of the e- Infrastructures and Science Cloud Unit in DG Connect at the European Commission, providing an update of the European Open Science Cloud's status; with e-IRG delegate Simon McIntosh-Smith, a professor of high-performance computing at the University of Bristol about the first ARM-based supercomputer; with Ognjen Prnjat, Vi-SEEM project coordinator on Vi-SEEM as mini-EOSC; with Ivan Dimov, Bulgarian Deputy Minister of Education and Science on EuroHPC and e-Infrastructures; with Peter Bauer, Deputy Director of Research at the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) on the "Extreme Earth" Flagship Initiative; with Michael Resch, Chairman of the Gauss Centre for Supercomputing on German HPC and EuroHPC; and with Thomas Lippert, Chair of PRACE and Director of the Jülich Supercomputing Centre on modular way of thinking for supercomputing technology and HPC policy.
You can preview, and consult the e-IRG Magazine at http://e-irg.eu/magazine.
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Fall 2018 Magazine (Online reading 8,4 Mbyte ).
Fall 2018 Magazine (Print version 18,5 Mbyte ).