CERN presented Helix Nebula at the International GridKa School "Big Data, Clouds and Grids" at the Steinbuch Centre for Computing (SCC) of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany, in 30 August 2013.
The International GridKa School is one of the leading summer schools for advanced computing techniques in Europe. The school provides a forum for scientists and technology leaders, experts and novices to facilitate knowledge sharing and information exchange.
CERN presented Helix Nebula at the Ettore Majorana Foundation and Centre for Scientific Culture for the 41st Workshop of the International School of Geophysics on "A Roadmap for Earth Science in Europe: The next generation of Geophysical Research Infrastructures".
EPOS being listed on the ESFRI roadmap is elaborating "A roadmap for Earth Science in Europe: The next generation of Geophysical Research Infrastructure".
ESA presented Helix Nebula at Roadmap on HPC and Cloud, on 20-21 June at the University of Stavanger, Norway.
The event was organised in the framework of the SCC-Computing project, funded by European Commission under Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) that aims at establishing a strategic collaboration between EU, US and China in the HPC & Cloud domain of exploring a range of research issues.
The event addressed such topics as accountability for Cloud computing, latest status of HPC development and modelling.
Helix Nebula was present at the European Supersites Coordination Workshop on 10 and 11 June 2013, organised by the DG Research and Innovation of the European Commission in Brussels.
The workshop was attended by nearly 100 representatives of many of the projects funded by FP7 that are in relation with the Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEO / GEOSS, http://www.earthobservations.org/) and the European GMES/Copernicus (http://copernicus.eu/) initiatives.
Mick Symonds of Atos presented the service architecture within Helix Nebula at the 8th IFIP/IEEE International Workshop on Business-Driven IT Management (see: http://www.bdim.net/2013/), which was held at the IFIP/IEEE International Symposium on Integrated Network Management (IM 2013, http://www.im2013.org/) at the University of Ghent in Belgium, on 27 May 2013.
Bob Jones of CERN presented Helix Nebula at the Open e-IRG Workshop, Dublin, Ireland on the 22nd -23rd of May 2013.
The presentation entitled "Interoperable e-infrastuctures as seen by Helix Nebula" showed the situation in e-infrastuctures before Helix Nebula up to year 2012, presented the flagship deployments results of 2012, identified the existing gaps.
Also mentioned were the Helix Nebula Blue Box services that are currently under test and what will be tested next.
Mick Symonds of Atos presented Helix Nebula at the Connected Enterprise congress at Fort Voordorp, The Netherlands on 14 May 2013.
The third Connected Enterprise in 2013
The congress was attended by 150 IT Managers from mostly NL-based enterprises.
It was fairly broad-ranging, covering new connectivity models, developments in social media, digital security and smart grids, among others.
CloudSigma participated at the Future Internet Assembly conference in Dublin on 08-10 May 2013.
FIA Dublin focuses on how European Future Internet research and innovation support EU's competitiveness and enable a new wave of technologies at the eve of Horizon 2020.
FIA Dublin is framed around two major lines:
• European competitiveness: towards a strong, diversified and competitive EU Future Internet industrial base, with high innovation performance in global markets