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WP4 Enhanced collaboration among researchers and users of Grids. 4 tasks: Organize general workshops : find communalities, establish links, stimulate multidisciplinary actions, promote the development of tools.

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Wp4 enhanced collaboration among researchers and users of grids

WP4Enhanced collaboration among researchers and users of Grids

4 tasks:

  • Organize general workshops: find communalities, establish links, stimulate multidisciplinary actions, promote the development of tools.

  • Organize specific workshops: create centres of excellence and competence, promote an open middleware repository, stimulate collaboration and cooperation on grid technologies.

  • Promote and organize dissemination: identify current curriculum, produce teaching material, establish a federated Grid Research institute.

  • Standardization strategy: identify current participation to standardization bodies (GGF, ETSI, OASIS, OMG, W3C,…), develop a strategic plan, for a better Grid usage in business and industry.

  • Coordination with IST Grid-related projects: AKOGRIMO, SIMDAT, CoreGRID, NextGrid.


Wp4 enhanced collaboration among researchers and users of grids1

WP4Enhanced collaboration among researchers and users of Grids

Visible outputs:

  • A series of events : technical (vertical) workshops, high-visibility (horizontal) meetings, interviews

  • Reference web sites: education and middleware

  • Reports: grid curriculum, action plans, standardization strategy

    Expected Results:

  • increased and focused collaborative research efforts

  • establish a clear leadership worldwide

  • European Competence Center in Grid Technology

  • European Grid Technology Platform

  • dissemination, knowledge transfer and education


Swot analysis

SWOT Analysis

Strengths

Weaknesses

too many actions going on

too many busy actors

how to work together

low (national) budgets

coordination/synergy

awareness

critical mass

Internals

Opportunities

Threats

no competitor vs USA/Asia

links with W3C & ETSI

build a european force

strong support from EC

control from USA/Asia

made in America syndrom

weakness of european industry

Externals


Our goal today dispatch activities responsabilities on the next 6 months

Our goal today: dispatch activities/responsabilities on the next 6 months

For each task:

  • level of coordination (an audio-conference every month, mails on demand)

  • leader responsible for progress and coordination

  • mutualization of contact addresses, procedures, communication, sponsoring, etc.

    For each subtask:

  • What, who, where, when, procedures, partners

  • Rather be low profile than aiming at non realistic objectives

  • Reports: common squeleton, quantified objectives

    For each coordination subtask:

  • Identify who will report on common issues


Task 4 1 general and thematic workshops mr

Task 4.1: General and Thematic Workshops (MR)

Subtasks:

  • General Workshop 1: feb 05, 50 pers, QUB, EPSRC, MTA SZTAKIPeter Kacsuk is responsible. Workshop is in coordination with other European projects? This is to be clarified until End of September. Invitation of leaders of national projects. With european grid conference in amsterdam.

  • General Workshop 2: nov-dec 05, 50 pers, MTA SZTAKI, QUB, EPSRC, Ron Perrott is responsible. This is to be clarified until End of September. Workshop is together with UK e-Science All-Hands Meetings to all partners : 2 parts academic with refereed presentations and demonstrations; the idea is to build on e-science experience to help other countries to develop Grid usage.

  • Industrial Needs Workshop: 50 pers, Stuttgart, USTUTT, feb 05, progress status ? All send industrial contacts

  • Collaboration on “Joint fora for exchange and dissemination”with AKOGRIMO (MR), SIMDAT (find a contact)


Task 4 2 specific workshops and activities for grid researchers ia

Task 4.2: Specific Workshops and activities for Grid researchers (IA)

Subtasks:

  • Schloss Dagstuhl Seminar on Future Generation GridsDagstuhl nov 2004 (UP, INRIA, ZIB, USTUTT, PSNC); D. Laforenza responsible (with Mcosnard, A. Reinefeld). By invitation only. Young researchers, 99% european, coordination with CoreGRID, send report afterwards.

  • Joint workshops: sept 05 sophia antipolis

    • Use of open middleware for the Grids: 30 pers, INRIA UNSA, Denis Caromel is responsible;

    • Going large-scale : 30 pers, INRIA UNSA, Luc Bouge is responsible;

    • Contributions with specific tracks : which workshops? Who is responsible ? UP, MTA SZTAKI, PSNC ? Timing ? Proposed subjects are: programming environments and infrastructures, performance analysis and monitoring, and applications.

    • Volunteer before the end of July to be included in the Baseline plan.


Task 4 2 specific workshops and activities for grid researchers ia1

Task 4.2: Specific Workshops and activities for Grid researchers (IA)

Questions:

  • Opportunity of Agrid (Adaptative Grid Middleware, PACT, Sept 04, Juan les Pins); How can we be visible ? How can we contribute ?IA discusses with Thilo Kielmann on what: keynote talk ?

  • How do we tackle the set-up of a European Grid Technology Platform ?Wait and see, keep it or drop it.

  • Collaboration on “Exploitation of synergies/technical coordination”with SIMDAT (check contact) , CoreGrid (IA+Thierry Priol)


Task 4 3 dissemination knowledge transfer and education ia

Task 4.3: Dissemination, knowledge transfer and education (IA)

Subtasks:

  • Grid Curriculum by computer scientists (as opposed to GGF school and physics): INRIA UNSA, web site ready in mar 05:

    • Master’s program based on Grid Computing : UvA, rationale, timing, Peter SLOOT responsible

    • input from all participants

    • course material, exercices, recommendations, key persons,

    • initial and continuous education,

    • with a special attention to other Sciences

  • Dissemination: web site: F Beltrame responsible. Roman T provides info. Need a logo

  • Question: are we ready to set-up an international pluri-disciplinary school ?First look around, link with Grid and e-business (Marco V)propose in conjunction with CoreGrid an implementation of the proposed Grid Curriculum. We help find more money to support such school.

  • Collaboration on “Joint fora for exchange and dissemination”with AKOGRIMO, SIMDAT


Task 4 4 standardisation strategy mr

Task 4.4: Standardisation Strategy (MR)

Check GridStart

who is in standardization committees

what are the relevant actors

MR


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