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gLite: EGEE's Next Generation Grid Middleware

For any Grid computing effort, middleware is a crucial component. For EGEE, it was decided that a two-phase approach would be the best way forward. Originally, EGEE used middleware based on work from its predecessor, the European DataGrid (EDG) project ...   read more »

GILDA: A point of entry to the EGEE Grid infrastructure

EGEE is in the business of building Grids, specifically a very large scale production Grid for scientists around the world. While this one Grid is the project's major product, building it actually requires the construction of many smaller Grids for a variety of tasks such as software testing and pre-production.   read more »


EGEE-II aims to build on the work of the EGEE project, which was conceived as the first two-year phase of a four-year programme, to provide a production quality Grid infrastructure across the European Research Area and beyond.   read more »

Get involved

EGEE is fully committed to supporting the maximum range of research domains and applications, and as a result is always keen for others to participate in its work.   read more »

Industry: How to get involved

The EGEE project is firmly committed to a strong relationship with industry and offers a variety of channels for involvement, from information sharing to full technical collaboration ...   read more »

Related Projects

EGEE: Achieving More Through Collaboration   -   Enabling Grids for E-sciencE (EGEE) operates a Grid infrastructure for the European scientific and research communities, with more than 200 sites providing in excess of 30,000 CPUs.   read more »

Applications on EGEE

The Enabling Grids for E-sciencE (EGEE) project began by working with two scientific groups, High Energy Physics (HEP) and Biomedicine ...   read more »

Astro Applications

Two major Virtual Organisations are hosted by EGEE in the field of astrophysics: The European Space Agency (ESA) Planck mission in the area of computation for astrophysics and MAGIC in the area of astro-particle physics.   read more »

ESR Geo Applications

The EGEE earth sciences & geophysics communities support five specific domains: Geoscience, Hygrology, Earth Observation, Climate, and Solid Earth Physics.   read more »

Fusion Applications

ITER (the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor) is a joint international research and development project that aims to demonstrate the scientific and technical feasibility of fusion power ...   read more »

HEP Applications

The High -Energy Physics (HEP) community is one of the pilot application domains in EGEE, and is the largest user of the EGEE Grid infrastructure.   read more »

Computational Chemistry Applications

The Computational Chemistry Virtual Organisation has been established to run the Grid Enabled Molecular Simulator (GEMS).   read more »

Biomedical Applications

Biomedicine is a major application area for the EGEE project. With 23 applications deployed and being ported, it is subdivided into three areas: medical image processing, biomedicine, and drug discovery.   read more »

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