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  • Title: e-INIS : The Irish National e-Infrastructure
    Descriptive info: .. Project Portal.. About.. Project Overview.. News.. Collateral.. Getting Involved.. Participants.. Partners.. Projects.. Resources.. Computational.. Storage.. Communications.. Data Sets.. Support.. FAQ.. User Guides.. Reference.. e-Learning.. Project WIKI.. Contact.. DHO.. The HSIS Digital Humanities Observatory.. Find out more about the role of e-INIS in supporting world class irish research.. New to e-Infrastructure?.. Find out more about this innovative resource for scientific research.. Your science e-INIS.. Discover how e-INIS supports diverse research activities.. Collaboration.. Leverage support for national and inter-national collaboration.. e-INIS News.. e-INIS Training Courses.. Through the month of July, TCHPC will be running a range of training courses including introductions to Linux, Scientific Visualisation, CUDA and the HPC systesm that they operate.. Please see.. here.. for further details.. e-INIS Storage Procurement advances.. Procurement of the storage hardware for two regional nodes  ...   aims to coordinate and enhance the activities of existing resource providers, and to form a cohesive offering to the Irish research community of a scale that enables internationally competitive research.. The e-INIS federation offers:.. access to advanced capacity and capability computing facilities.. specialist expert user support and training.. secure network and grid services.. pilot data services.. Find out more about the resources available through the e-INSI project, and about the potential role of e-INIS in supporting your research.. e-INIS National Data Services.. A major contribution of the e-INIS project is the creation of a federated national datastore and the provision of associated services.. The implementation of this resource is being undertaken as a significant coordinated activity of the existing e-INIS infrastructure partners.. 2008 e-INIS -.. Home.. |.. Outreach.. People.. Contact us..

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  • Title: e-INIS : The Irish National e-Infrastructure
    Descriptive info: As the Irish National e-Infrastructure, the e-INIS initiative is intended to provide Irelands research community with access to world-class computational, networking and support infrastructure.. Coordinated by the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies and including a number of key infrastructure and institutional partners, the project aims to provide researchers from a wide range of disciplines with the best of ICT resources including leading-edge HPC, communications and data storage services.. The project is funded by the Higher Education Authority under cycle 4 of the Programme for Research in Third Level Institutions, and consolidates a broad range of expertise form national partners.. Building on the proven success of the participating infrastructure providers, e-INIS will consolidate and enhance the offerings available to the community and seek to develop sustainable models for the continued provision of the key facilities that comprise a national research infrastructure.. The combination of HPC and Data resources with high performance networking will not only support  ...   linked with similar e-Infrastructure projects across Europe and beyond.. e-infrastructures are a core focus in European framework projects and e-INIS seeks to ensure that Ireland takes a leading position in the provision of integrated ICT to national researchers.. The e-Infrastructure offers a number of benefits to the research community, including:.. Access to improved computational and communications resources.. Large-scale data storage and services.. The development of improved authentication mechanisms.. Development of improved user interfaces to resources.. The provision of ICT resources, expertise, and support to all research areas.. The promotion of common standards and interoperability.. Increased use / uptake of technology through training and outreach.. This combined effort among infrastructure providers will lead towards an integrated research platform on which high-level applications may be constructed.. Through publicity, training, and outreach activities, e-INIS aims to increase the uptake of the e-Infrastructure across the broader research community including the sciences, arts & humanities, and social sciences.. About.. Overview.. Contact..

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  • Title: e-INIS : The Irish National e-Infrastructure
    Descriptive info: This feature is currently under development.. Please check back soon for updates..

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  • Title: e-INIS : The Irish National e-Infrastructure
    Descriptive info: Project Collateral.. Outreach / promotional material will be available here over the course of the project.. Promotional Material.. e-INIS Flyer.. e-INIS Banner.. Documents / Publications.. Irish e-Infrastructure White Paper (Aug.. 2006).. Presentations.. e-INIS Building the Irish National e-Infrastructure - HEAnet National Conference 2007.. e-INIS Overview and Progress report - VIBE Meeting 2008..

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  • Title: e-INIS : The Irish National e-Infrastructure
    Descriptive info: Participate.. All members of the Irish research and education community are ecouraged to get in contact with us to discuss the use of ICT / e-Infrastructure and any specific requirement they might have.. Please email us at.. outreach[at]e-inis.. ie.. or see the details on our.. contact.. poge..

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  • Title: e-INIS : The Irish National e-Infrastructure
    Descriptive info: The e-INIS project is a collaboration between key national infrastructure providers and institutional participants.. Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies.. -The School of Cosmic Physics.. The School of Cosmic Physics promotes the use of Physics in increasing our knowledge and understanding of the world around us.. the school is a leading international centre for studies of the Earth and the Universe, providing a focus within Ireland for these areas of research and facilitating Irish involvement in relevant international programmes.. The role of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies within the e-INIS project includes:.. Management and coordination of the project.. Promotion of awareness, collaboration and uptake through the development and delivery of an outreach programme.. Funding the acquisition of a capability computing system to be operated by ICHEC.. ICHEC.. -The Irish Centre for High-End Computing.. The Irish Centre for High-End Computing was established to provide researchers with access to a large-scale, national high-end computing facility, and to extend both the computational capacity and computational science expertise of Ireland.. As part of its participation in the project, ICHEC will:.. Provide and manage physical infrastructural resources including capacity and capability computing systems.. Continue to provide access to these resources on the basis of independent peer review.. Provide expert scientific support staff to assist in the effective use of the services.. Organise regular training courses around the country.. Participate in Framework Programme 7 (FP7) initaitives involving HPC.. HEAnet.. -Ireland's National Research and Education Network.. HEAnet provides high quality Internet Services to Irish Universities, Institutes of Technology and to the research and educational community.. It plays an essential role in facilitating leading edge research involving national and international collaborations between Irish researchers and students and their colleagues across the globe.. As part of its commitment to the e-INIS project, HEAnet will:.. Provide research networking infrastructure and specialist networking support.. Develop, together with Grid-Ireland, a federated national identity service.. Participate in FP7 programmes involving networking.. Provide a redundant backup for the main Grid-Ireland operations centre.. Grid-Ireland.. -Ireland's National Grid Infrastructure.. Grid-Ireland is a managed layer above the HEAnet network that provides grid services to Irish and international researchers.. The aim is to enable communities of users, for example, astrophysicists, geneticists or linguists, to construct virtual organizations above Grid-Ireland.. The key contributions of Grid-Ireland include:.. Coordinating Grid services on behalf of  ...   and Statistics and the Department of Computer Science at University College Cork to carry out interdisciplinary research under the banner of Informatics.. The Boole Centre for Research in Informatics will undertake a number of activities in the support of the e-INIS project, including:.. Collaboration with ICHEC to construct part of the national data store.. Fulfilling the role of data and associated compute hub for the southern part of the country.. The provision of resources to ICHEC and Grid-Ireland through high priority queues.. The contribution of expertise in data management and workflow execution.. Trinity College Dublin.. -The Trinity Centre fo High Performance Computing.. Founded in 1997, the Trinity Centre for High Performance Computing (TCHPC) is Ireland's premier academic High Performance Computing Centre providing large-scale Super computing, Data management and Visualization facilities for Trinity College, Dublin.. The Centre's primary mission is to facilitate research, across a wide range of disciplines, that requires expertise in advanced computing techniques.. The contributions of the Trinity Centre for High Performance Computing include:.. The support of established HPC expertise and resources.. Collaboration with ICHEC and the leveraging of common expertise to provide a national high performance interconnect cluster service.. Further participation in European projects in the area of HPC.. National University of Ireland, Maynooth.. -Bioinformatics@NUIM.. The Bioinformatics@NUIM initiative is a collection of NUIM laboratories working in the areas of bioinformatics, genetics and evolutionary biology.. The overall goal is to understand the diversity of life on the planet.. The initiative addresses this issue primarily from a computational perspective, but also from the perspective of palaeontology, biochemistry and cellular biology.. As part of it’s role in the e-INIS federation, Bioinformatics@NUIM has undertaken to:.. Develop, in collaboration with ICHEC, a national biotechnology and computational biology information and analysis resource.. Develop a demonstrator project to showcase the application of the e-Infrastructure.. Associate Partners.. University College Dublin.. -Research IT.. The UCD Research IT Service provides a range of services designed to support and facilitate researchers in their use of IT as an enabler for their research activities.. Their range of services is developing to reflect the needs of the research community.. The contributions of UCD Reseach IT to the e-INIS project include:.. Distributed storage testing.. Storage technology watch.. Support and adoption of networking and federated identity management activities.. DIAS.. NUI,G.. UCC.. TC-HPC.. NUIM.. Associates.. UCD..

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  • Title: e-INIS : The Irish National e-Infrastructure
    Descriptive info: While the e-INIS federation is dedicated to supporting a wide range of research activities, a number of demonstrator projects have been chosen to act as early adopters / exemplars.. The varying diciplines of these example applications is intended to demonstrate the wide range of research activities that can be supported by, and benefit from, e-Infrastructures.. The Digital Humanities Observatory (DHO) is a key component of the Humanities Servicing Irish Society (HSIS) consortium funded by the Higher Education Authority (HEA) under PRTLI Cycle 4.. The objectives of the DHO include the management and co-ordination of the increaingly complex e-resources that are created and consumed within the arts and humanities diciplines.. Thanks to the work of  ...   creation of a current research information system for humanities research on the island of Ireland, along with the promotion of uptake of the ICT resources offered by the national e-Infrastructure.. Bioinformatics@NUIM.. Bioinformatics@NUIM is a collection of laboratories at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth working in the areas of bioinformatics, Genetics and evolutionary biology.. The initiative aims to understand the diversity of life on the planet and approaches the problem largely from a computational perspective.. As partners in the e-INIS project, Bioinformatics@NUIM will develop a national biotechnology and computational biology information and analysis resource.. The group will also encourage the uptake of e-infrastructure resources among the scientific community by demonstrating their applications and advantages..

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  • Title: e-INIS : The Irish National e-Infrastructure
    Descriptive info: Resources.. Through coordination of infrastructure providers and strategic investment in key areas, e-INIS provides researchers with improved access to world-class resoures.. High-End Computing.. e-INIS partners manage some of the most advanced capacity and capability computing systems available to Irish researchers.. Expert teams in both regional and national centres provide access and support on a range of advanced compute resources.. Improved collaboration coupled with a programme of ongoing investment ensures that researchers have access to the best of facilities.. Data Storage and Management.. With increasing amounts of research becomming constrained by capacity and expertise in dealing with data sets, the provision of large scale storage and management services is a key  ...   the e-INIS consortium is leading the way in developing Ireland's next generation of research communications infrastructure.. Middleware services provided include access to national and international Grid computing infrastructures and improved user / access management mechanisms.. Research Data Sets.. Layered above the Data Storage and Management activities, the maintenance and provision of research data sets extends the offerings of the e-INIS consortium beyond physical resoures.. The provision of managed access to large-scale data sets around which to foster collaborations and further data-driven research is a key objective in e-Infrastructures.. User Training and Support.. e-INIS partners are closely engaged with the national user community and offer user training courses and expert support services..

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  • Title: e-INIS : The Irish National e-Infrastructure
    Descriptive info: Provide an overview of the types of resources available from the e-INIS ICT partners..

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  • Title: e-INIS : The Irish National e-Infrastructure
    Descriptive info: Storage Resources.. The storage and management of large amounts of data is becomming an increasingly important facet of many research activities.. More complex simulations, higher resolution sensors and increasing availability of imaging equipment are just some of the causes of the rapidly increasing quantums of data..  ...   of a federated national data store designed to extend support for data-driven and data-intensive research in Ireland.. The storage equipment is distributed across three physical sites and is made available to the national research community on an equitable basis.. This storage equipment was financed entirely under PRTLI..

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    Descriptive info: Support..

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