Thursday, February 7, 2013

Calling all (HPC/HTC) collaborators! Submit case examples by 15 February, 2013


The European Grid Infrastructure (EGI) and the US National Science Foundation’s Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) would like to know how their resources are used by globally-distributed research teams that leverage a variety of tools in the same workflow—specifically, the high-throughput systems offered by EGI and XSEDE’s high-performance computers. Understanding how the resources are used will help EGI and XSEDE prepare for the future.

Collaborative Use Examples (CUE’s) should be no more than two pages and must be submitted by 8 March to or

For instructions, please visit:

At the 2012 EGI Community Forum in Munich, Germany Steve Tuecke (UChicago-US and Globus Online co-founder) presented Globus Online's capabilities and anticipated future development with European interoperability in mind. In January, 2013 Globus Online passed XSEDE's official acceptance test.

Tuecke (left) and Helmut Heller (LRZ and Initiative for Globus in Europe) were photographed together in Munich. 

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