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2010/09/24 - GISELA is officially launched

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The GISELA project (Grid Initiatives for e-Science virtual communities in Europe and Latin America), co-founded by the 7th Framework Programme of the European Commission, was officially launched at its kick-off meeting held in San Luis Potosi, Mexico, between September 21st and 24th 2010. The meeting was an excellent opportunity for the participants to get to know each other, exchange views and discuss in a warm environment about the challenges for the next two years. Many interesting presentations, motivating fruitful discussions, and the official election of the Project Management were the highlights of GISELA’s kick-off meeting hosted by the Univesidad Autonoma de San Luis Potosi (UASLP).

 

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GISELA’s launch was an occasion not only to present the project, but to interact with outstanding stakeholders such as Dr. Enrique Villegas Valladares, General Director of the Potosino Council of Science and Technology, and Dr. Felipe Pazos Flores, Chief of the UASLP Division of Informatics. A session with 15 local members from the industry community raised interest on ways to promote industry-academic collaboration on technical solutions to some of their needs.

 

The GISELA project (Grid Initiatives for e-Science virtual communities in Europe and Latin America), co-founded by the 7th Framework Programme of the European Commission, was officially launched at its kick-off meeting held in San Luis Potosi, Mexico, between September 21st and 24th 2010. The meeting was an  excellent opportunity for the participants to get to know each other, exchange views and discuss in a warm environment about the challenges for the next two years. Many interesting presentations, motivating fruitful discussions, and the official election of the Project Management were the highlights of GISELA’s kick-off meeting hosted by the Univesidad Autonoma de San Luis Potosi (UASLP).

 

Integrantes GISELAGISELA’s launch was an occasion not only to present the project, but to interact with outstanding stakeholders such as Dr. Enrique Villegas Valladares, General Director of the Potosino Council of Science and Technology, and Dr. Felipe Pazos Flores, Chief of the UASLP Division of Informatics. A session with 15 local members from the industry community raised interest on ways to promote industry-academic collaboration on technical solutions to some of their needs.

 

GISELA brings together 19 partners from 15 countries, 11 in Latin America, in a solid alliance, strongly collaborating to establish a powerful Grid e-Infrastructure facility, structure and implement a sustainability model for the e- Infrastructure and support Virtual Research Communities. This Grid, which clusters a large amount of computers and storage provided by the project partners, is now available for groups of scientists working on problems that demand high quantities of computing resources, that without this e-Infrastructure would be difficult to solve. GISELA is helping this communities to be more productive by improving the time that takes them to get their results and therefore providing more efficient solutions to problems.

 

The presentations given during GISELA’s kick-off meeting can be found in the Event Server at http://indico.gisela-grid.eu. For more information about GISELA, please vistit it’s Web Site (http://www.gisela-grid.eu), and Document Server (http://documents.gisela-grid.eu).