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CERN Workshop Looks at Next-Gen Scientific Computing

Over at International Science Grid This Week, Andrew Purcell has posted a summary of the recent workshop on the IT requirements for the next generation research infrastructures held at CERN on February 1.

IT today is woven into the fabric of science and business; it’s an integral part of research, engineering and enterprise,” says Herbert Cornelius of Intel. He was speaking at the ‘IT requirements for the next generation of research infrastructures workshop’, held at CERN on Friday 1 February, 2013. The event brought together leading figures in the IT sector from both the industrial and academic research communities. Together, participants worked on outlining the IT requirements of the next generation of scientific research infrastructures in Europe, as well as discussing procurement plans and building a joint technology roadmap.

Slides and video from the event are now available at the workshop site. Read the Full Story.

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