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Description: This initiative, funded by the European Commission under the Information Society Technologies (IST) Programme (IST-2001-38830) aims at expanding the European research network in South-East Europe by providing GEANT connectivity to non-GEANT countries.
Description: the EGEE South-East-Europe Federation site. EGEE-SEE is a federation joining the national GRID initiatives of Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Israel and Romania under the umbrella of the EGEE (Enabling Grid for ESciencE) project. This website provides information relating to the regional GRID operations, supported by the EGEE-SEE Regional Operations Centre (ROC); as well as GRID training events, conferences, symposia and related events.
Description: SEE-GRID intends to provide specific support actions to pave the way towards the participation of the SE European countries to the Pan-European and worldwide Grid initiatives. This will be accomplished through disseminationconferences and training material including cookbooks, pilot and demonstrationtest-beds for hands-on experience, applications' adaptations to be able to use the Grid, operational and support centre schemes and organisation, and finally feasibility studies and roadmaps for the integration of the SEE to the European Research Area (ERA) via an extended Pan-European Grid infrastructure.
Description: GÉANT2 is the seventh generation of pan-European research and education network, successor to the pan-European multi-gigabit research network GÉANT. The project within which the network is funded began officially on 1 September 2004, and will run for four years. This site provides information on the network, and on the other project activities which will be carried out alongside it. GÉANT2 is co-funded by the European Commission and Europe's national research and education networks, and is managed by DANTE.
Description: SERENATE was a strategic study aiming at providing input to the European Commission on initiatives targeted to keep the evolution of the European research networking at the forefront of world-wide development. The SERENATE project started in May 2002 and was completed in December 2003. The study developed cost-estimates for the networking scenarios outlined in the eEurope Action Plan. The results of the study are also important for the development of future strategies by national governments and funding bodies, by the management of universities and national research and education networks.
Provided by the Greek Research and Technology Network - Maintained by Atlantis Group, University of Crete