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Europe's leading e-infrastructures, EGI, EUDAT, GÉANT, OpenAIRE, PRACE and RDA Europe, invite all researchers, developers and service providers for two days of brainstorming and discussions at the Digital Infrastructures for Research 2017 event (30 November - 1 December 2017).

03 October 2017 go

The EGI Conference 2017 was the EGI Community's main event of 2017 and the last meeting organised in the context of the EGI-Engage project. The programme focused on the technical roadmap of EGI, with days  to authorisation and authentication, compute services both HTC and cloud, as well as storage and data services and uptake of the services in scientific communities. 

13 June 2017 go

Applications are open for the 2017 Thematic CERN School of Computing (tCSC 2017), which takes place on 4-10 June 2017 in Split, Croatia. This School is focused on Efficient Parallel Processing of Future Scientific Data

06 February 2017 go

EGI is proud to announce a collaboration with UberCloud based on a shared vision to embrace distributed computing, storage and data related technologies. 

02 December 2015 go

The EGI Foundation and Compute Canada have signed an agreement to create global environments for shared e-infrastructure and to enhance collaborations within the international research communities.

01 December 2015 go

The EGI Council has decided to simplify the name of the European Grid Infrastructure to EGI – just the acronym without an expansion. The change reflects the evolution of EGI towards becoming a worldwide, technology-agnostic e-Infrastructure for science.

16 September 2015 go

Each of the EGI-Engage Competence Centres include activities aiming at engaging with the respective Research Infrastructure communities in order to maximise the exploitation of the results of the Competence Centres within those communities. For the next period the different Competence Centres are planning the following activities in this respect:

18 June 2015 go

The events that will be organised during the next period outside of EGI, offering good opportunities for EGI members to meet and engage with priority RIs and scientific communities, with members form the long tail of science and industry. The table provides information on the value of EGI contribution/presence at these events, as well as who is responsible within EGI for following-up the activity. 

17 June 2015 go

Improved support for the long-tail of science is to be reached through improving support for the NGIs. This is achieved by a software integration and policy development project that creates a technical platform, the ‘EGI Platform for the Long-tail of science’. The platform drives new users from the long-tail onto an international resource pool that is operated from resources contributed by EGI’s resource providers for the long-tail of science

16 June 2015 go

This is the list of projects that have been accepted in the EXCELLENT SCIENCE – RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURES INCLUDING E-INFRASTRUCTURES programme. The information was obtained from the EC CORDIS Website on 22/May/2015. 

11 June 2015 go

One of popular subjects for grid infrastructures is creation of the federated cloud. One of courses of school was devoted to acquaintance and deployment of OpenStack.

11 December 2014 go

The school will take place at the Center for Advanced Technological and Environmental Training (FTU), Campus North, KIT. Campus North is located in Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen (about 12 km north of Karlsruhe).

28 June 2014 go

At the EGI Community Forum David Wallom, the chair of the Federated Clouds Task Force, launched the Federated Cloud as a production service. The new infrastructure is based on open standards and offers unprecedented versatility and cloud services tailored for European researchers.

28 June 2014 go

More than 4000 researchers, innovators, entrepreneurs, industry representatives, young people and politicians are expected in Vilnius. The event will focus on Horizon 2020 - the EU's Framework Programme for Research and Innovation for 2014-2020.

02 October 2013 go

We are very pleased to announce that the workshop «Introduction to Gaussian: Theory and Practice» will be held in Wroclaw, Poland from June 24th through 28th, 2013. The workshop is co-hosted by Gaussian,

Inc., WCSS, Intel, and Hewlett Packard. Researchers at all levels from academic and industrial sectors are welcome.

Full details are available on our website at:


05 April 2013 go
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