Bienvenue au CERN
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 15

Bienvenue au CERN PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 81 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

Bienvenue au CERN. International Workshop on African Research & Education Networking September 25-27 2005 ITU, UNU and CERN. Recherche. Technologie. Enseignement. Collaboration. CERN collaborates with the Universities of the world, virtual neighbourhood through ICT. 732. 722. 4231 MS.

Download Presentation

Bienvenue au CERN

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Bienvenue au cern

Bienvenue au CERN

International Workshop onAfrican Research & Education NetworkingSeptember 25-27 2005

ITU, UNU and CERN

Recherche

Technologie

Enseignement

Collaboration

AFRICA-REN - Hans F Hoffmann/CERN


Bienvenue au cern

CERN collaborates with the Universities of the world, virtual neighbourhood through ICT

732

722

4231 MS

100

30

50

1932 NMS

50

10

CERN: 20 Member States; 2400 staff+500 fellows, paid associates; collaborates with 250 institutes in MS: 4500 scientists; 210 institutes in NMS: 2000 scientists; annual turnover: > 1000 people

AFRICA-REN - Hans F Hoffmann/CERN


Notre vue de l univers

Notre Vue de l’Univers

L

H

C

AFRICA-REN - Hans F Hoffmann/CERN


Cern s accelerators

CERN’s accelerators

AFRICA-REN - Hans F Hoffmann/CERN


Bienvenue au cern

Le Problème

LHC: 109 collisions/sec

1/1012 pouvoir de sélection

AFRICA-REN - Hans F Hoffmann/CERN


Cern s collaborative experiments made by the scientists of the world cern contribution 20

Balloon

(30 Km)

CD stack with

1 year LHC data!

(~ 20 Km)

Concorde

(15 Km)

Mt. Blanc

(4.8 Km)

CERN’s “collaborative” experiments“made by the scientists of the world”CERN contribution ~20%

But: 1 Petabyte/s inflow of

Information

AFRICA-REN - Hans F Hoffmann/CERN


Bienvenue au cern

Computing at CERN: cheap commodity

High Throughput Computing

WAN

application

servers

mass

storage

data cache

CPU servers

Disk servers

Tape silos and servers

AFRICA-REN - Hans F Hoffmann/CERN


Bienvenue au cern

Global virtual Computing Centre today

LCG

30 sites

3200 cpus

25 Universities

4 National Labs

2800 CPUs

Grid3

150 Grid sites

~12,000 CPUs

~10 PetaBytes

AFRICA-REN - Hans F Hoffmann/CERN


Competent people

Competent People

Tim Berners Lee

Learning by doing real “state of the art” science and academic trainingAlmost40% of the Nobel Prices in Physics of the past 50 years

AFRICA-REN - Hans F Hoffmann/CERN


Bienvenue au cern

(http://cern.ch/rsis )

Result:

Education, Training and Knowledge are Keys to Development

ICT are the means of storage and access, make us virtual neighbours and enableclose collaborations of distant partners

AFRICA-REN - Hans F Hoffmann/CERN


Towards a web of culture and science

Towards a Web ofCulture and Science

Universal availability of a comprehensive source of human knowledge and cultural heritage from the academia of the world

“Open Access” to Results of publicly funded Science gains global Momentum

Knowledge is a Common Good

AFRICA-REN - Hans F Hoffmann/CERN


Consideranda

“Consideranda”

  • Abdus Salam, Nobel Price Physics, Pakistan: “in the final analysis, creation, mastery and utilization of modern science and technology is basically what distinguishes the South from the North. On science and technology depend the standards of living of a nation”.

  • Calestous Juma, Millennium project Task Force Science, Technology: “It is inconceivable that the eight Millennium Development Goals can be achieved by 2015 without a focused science, technology and innovation policy”

AFRICA-REN - Hans F Hoffmann/CERN


Objectives

Objectives

  • To enable African Universities

  • to become full partners of science and education in the world and

  • to form collaborations of their own

    • with the objectives and experience of the countries of Africa and, more generally, the countries of the South,

    • with the participation, help and engagement of the developed world’s universities

AFRICA-REN - Hans F Hoffmann/CERN


Technical objectives

Technical Objectives

  • To formulate the concrete and practical steps to generate National Research and Education Networks with land-based (fibre optics) technology in your countries

  • To connect them regionally and globally.

  • This needs to include a detailed description of how the efforts are to be shared

    • in your countries,

    • with our neighbours,

    • all over Africa and

    • with your global partners.

AFRICA-REN - Hans F Hoffmann/CERN


Au cern et autour le monde les scientifiques en r seaux

Au CERN…et autour le Monde les Scientifiques en Réseaux

nous tous cherchons des réponses aux questions sur l’Univers….

nous repoussons les frontières de la technologie

nous formons les scientifiques, les innovatrices/innovateurs, expert-e-s, enseignant-e-s et actrices/acteurs créatifs de demain

nous rapprochons les nations à travers la science en réseau avec l’aide des TIC

AFRICA-REN - Hans F Hoffmann/CERN


  • Login