Science today is difficult to imagine without a strong IT component. In Europe science that depends on IT is called eScience. IT infrastructures that support eScience are called e-Infrastructures. There is a long tradition to develop e-Infrastructures in Europe, and to try to connect them into continent wide e-Infrastructures. This to allow reasearchers from different countries to work together using the same computers.
The Knowledge Base provides insight into the complex e-Infrastructures, by providing overviews of projects, e-Infarstructures, and organisations, all in one big data graph. You can explore this by moving around the graph, gaining more udnerstanding of the complexe relations. We provide several starting pages that focus in different aspect as doors that unlock new rooms of information.
Over 700 million euro of budget allocated to e-Infrastructure related projects in H2020 - close to 600 million euro to HPC related projects
A working document with an overview of UK e-Infrastructures including Big Data and HPC.
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