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  1. ENEA - National Agency for new technologies, energy and Economic and SustainableDevelopment • ENEA-UTICTTechnical Unit for Information Systems and ICT The ICT infrastructure and virtual lab supporting research for Industry and Environment Ing. Silvio Migliori ENEA – UTICT silvio.migliori@enea.it www.utict.enea.it

  2. ENEA-UTICT Technical Unit for Information Systems and ICT The ICT infrastructure and virtual lab supporting research for Industry and Environment Ing. Silvio Migliori ENEA – UTICT silvio.migliori@enea.it

  3. ENEA-UTICT Technical Unit for Information Systems and ICT

  4. ENEAGRID ENEAGRID integrates into a single infrastructure set of computing resources for High Performance Computing (HPC), distributed in the main ENEA Research Centers. Softwares Web access Instruments

  5. ENEA-GRID ENEA-GRID Computational & 3D Centers (more then 6000 core) Ispra Saluggia BOLOGNA 30 S.Teresa #CPU/Core CASACCIA 200 900 Manfredonia FRASCATI Summer 2013 4000 core Intell 8 core/soket >5000 90 PORTICI BRINDISI 45 TRISAIA

  6. Application User Collective Resource Software catalogs Computers Connectivity Fabric Colleagues & 3D Data archives ENEA-GRID: Development • Born in 1998 with 6 Italian geographic clusters. • Main aim: • Give to ENEA researchers a unified environment to use in an easy way heterogeneous computers and applications software; • Build an homogeneous ICT infrastructure but with a distributed and delegated control; • Integrate the ENEA-GRID with National and International GRIDS. ENEA-GRID www.afs.enea.it/project/eneagrid Sensor nets

  7. The concept of ENEA GRID infrastructure By-Mark Ellisman DATA ACQUISITION DATA ANALYSIS ADV.-COMP.-GRAPHICS NETWORK Cell Centered Data Base “CCDB” COMP.-RESOURCES MULTI-SCALE-DATA-BASES IMAGING-INSTRUMENTS

  8. ENEA-GRID Potentialities • Running all Software Model for any kind of computer architecture; • Only one installation for each software for all geographical computers; • All authorized users can have access the software from local site; • Any application can share the data in the common geographical file system; • All sensors can share the data easily using the geographical file systems. Computers Computers Computers Computers Software Model 1 Rules Software Model 2 ENEA-GRID Software Model 3 Software Model .. Sensor nets Sensor nets Software catalogs EU… Trisaia Brindisi Portici ( Roma-1 Roma-2 Bologna

  9. feature under develops for high resolution of microscope images(TEDAT Project) ENEA-GRID Microscope High definition images SITE 1 New ENEA-GRD Java/web technology Low internet bandwidth for • high resolution images • 3D scenes MySQL structure Logical access (AFS) Site 2 CRESCO NX servers with graphic board Site …

  10. CRESCOHPC hall

  11. Some CRESCO HPC speed-up Commercial code Fluent CPMD Open Source Spedup OpenFoam User Code Combustion Processors procs

  12. ENEA GRID and experimental facilities DNA Sequence system ( ABI Prism 3700) Trisaia DB_2 ENEA GRID DB_1 Controlled Nuclear Fusion: FTU Frascati Tokamak Upgrade Video Acquisition DB_3 Electron Microscope (Brindisi) 300 KeV (sept. 2004) WEB ICA SSH CPUS

  13. HPC: ApplicationAreas • Energy Efficiency • Engineering • Nuclear • Environment and Climate • Combustion • Materials Science • Fluid Dynamics • Bioinformatics • Critical Infrastructure • Cultural Heritage Advanced modeling Engineering is an indispensable tool in the design of innovative Energy Efficiency!

  14. Results of simulations conducted on CRESCO: Combustible 3D visualization of a methane flame. 3D visualization of the temperature field in a combustor.

  15. Results of simulations conducted on CRESCO: acoustic waves Vorticity Vorticity 10 Pa, 20 kHz Using acoustic waves in applications of processes for the stabilization and control of flames. Axial Velocity Axial Velocity

  16. Results of simulations conducted on CRESCO : organic-inorganic Molecular Dynamics Photovoltaic applications: organic solar cells Polymer solar cells are considered to be a potential candidate to solve the problem of the growing need of renewable, cost-effective energy sources. The maximum open circuit voltage for polymer solar cells is related to the difference between the HOMO of the electron donor and the LUMO of the electron acceptor. We implemented a theoretical approach to design fullerene derivatives to be used as electron acceptor in polymer solar cells. We calculated the LUMO levels of fullerene derivatives successfully used as electron acceptors and we correlated the obtained values with the Voc of the corresponding device.

  17. Results of simulations conducted on CRESCO: Environment and Climate Computational domain of the climate model Protheus. 3D visualization of Mediterranean Climate data.

  18. Fluid Dynamics of Cresco HPC System: Energy Efficiency in Buildings Benchmark 3D room Energy efficiency in building

  19. Visualization of 3D laser scanner data from an archaeological site Laser scanning Juvanumby HDS3000 • 19 Scan • 16.589.664 points • Valori di XYZ reflectance and color • Acquisition GPS VISUALIZATION OF A SET OF MILLIONS OF POINTS OSG viewer: Currently there are commercial software capable to display a large amount of data in “near realtime”, but we were oriented to an “open source” solution using our ENEA-GRID, the OpenSceneGraph libraries and the powerful viewer. Distances evaluation: Integrating the ANN library in the OSG viewer code, it was possible to impolement a tool for evaluating distances between points in the 3D scene.

  20. FARO - Fast Access to Remote Objects FARO Graphics terminal Frontend all O.S. WEB access to data, applications and virtual machines created by an integration of NX applications and Java.

  21. ENEA-GRID & CRESCO ACCESSFARO for Industry (Virtual LAB) Graphics terminal Frontend all O.S. FARO for Virtual LAB (Gateway) SOFTWARE

  22. CloudComputing: OpenNebula OpenNebula: pool oftechnologies and instrumentsableto export services in the net. TypicalServices: • Storage/Archiving; • Data elaboration; • Remote Software; • Virtualization. Advantagesforusers: • Ubiquitous data and resourcesaccess; • Deviceindependance; • User-friendly interface and simpleusage; • Savingof HW and SW costandaintenanceoperations.

  23. OpenNebula and ENEA-GRID • Accessibilityintegratedwith FARO • List of virtual machines available

  24. Smart Buildings Network managment optimization Network supervisorS Smart Agent REMOTE MONITORING Cost/Energy Optimization OpenNebula Diagnostics intelligence Active Demand Management ENEA-GRID

  25. ICT platform integration Smart Village • Interface smart village • Data fusion and decision-making systems • Integrated database

  26. Thanksforyourattention www.utict.enea.it www.cresco.enea.it/ Ing. Silvio Migliori ENEA – UTICT silvio.migliori@enea.it