Completed International Grants
EU Research Fund for Coal and Steel (RFCS), RFSC-CT-2013-00007 (coordinated by ACK Cyfronet AGH)
VirtROLL - Virtual Strip Rolling Mill project is aimed at creation of a computer system dedicated to modelling of hot rolling mill and supporting flexible design of new rolling technologies. The functionality of the system will include the following modules: numerical simulation of rolling processes based on flexible rolling technology design, numerical simulation of material behaviour implemented using AHSS and UHSS metallurgical investigation, optimization of the rolling technology regarding homogeneity and final product properties, inverse analysis for identification of process and material parameters, metamodelling increasing computational efficiency, knowledge base for support of new technology design.Project website http://virtroll.cyfronet.pl/
Service Delivery and Service Management in Grid Infrastructures
|Mapper -- Multiscale Applications on European e-Infrastructures
FP7 261507, 2010-2013 (project partner: ACK Cyfronet AGH)
The MAPPER project will respond to the critical need by developing computational strategies, software and services for distributed multiscale simulations across disciplines, exploiting existing and evolving European e-Infrastructure. This project is driven by the computational needs of seven exemplary multiscale problems from a variety of disciplines including Systems Biology, Fusion, Physiology, Engineering, and nano-Material Science. Mapper will use and enhance existing solutions to support the multiscale simulation community, building simulation systems such as GridSpace.
FP7 248767, 2010-2013 (project partner: ACK Cyfronet AGH)
The mission of the UrbanFlood project is investigating the use of sensors within flood embankments to support an online early warning system, real time emergency management and routine asset management. The Common Information Space (CIS) provides a means for integration, over the Internet, of Early Warning Systems, sensors and application programs for public information, decision support.
EUSAS - European Urban Simulation for Asymmetric Scenarios.
|Grid enabled access to rich media content
FP6 34363, 2006-2009 (project partner: ACK Cyfonet AGH)
GREDIA created a platform for design and deployment of secure applications support for mobile devices to be integrated in the Grid. The common characteristics of business applications are the central concept of a Virtual Organisation and the demand for access and sharing of large quantities of distributed annotated numerical and multimedia content.The work advanced the SYMBIAN mobile operating system to exploit Grid opportunities. The potential effects of the Gredia platform were validated through two pilot applications servicing news and banking organisations, demonstrating secure access to distributed multimedia content in the first case and numerical annotated data in the second.
|Interactive European Grid Project
2006-2008 (project partner: ACK Cyfronet AGH)
Aim of the Interactive European Grid Project was to develop advanced grid structure within European Research Area. The structure is oriented on running interactive parallel applications within Grid environment.
Int.eu.grid project basis on experience gained by consortium of research workers of various disciplines. The aim of the consortium is to promote European e-Infrastructure which basis on clusters with high computational power. Within int.eu.grid project compatibility with EGEE infrastructure is assured with topics:
|Virolab is a Grid-based Virtual Laboratory for Decision Support in Viral Disease Treat.
IST-027446, 2006-2009 (project partner: ACK Cyfronet AGH)
The virtual lab will be a fundamental tool enabling scientists to share and distribute information to help acquire data bringing the medical world a few steps closer to finding cures for diseases such as HIV/Aids. The Virtual Laboratory endorses tools for statistical analysis, visualization, modeling and simulation, to prognosticate the temporal virological and immunological response of viruses with complex mutation patterns to drug therapy.
K-Wf Grid - the Knowledge-based Workflow System for Grid Applications
|CoreGRID - the European Research Network on Foundations, Software Infrastructures and Applications for large scale distributed, GRID and Peer-to-Peer Technologies.
2004-2008 (project partner: ACK Cyfronet AGH)
The European Research Network on Foundations, Software Infrastructures and Applications for large scale distributed, GRID and Peer-to-Peer Technologies. The programme of the Project was structured around six complementary research areas that have been selected on the basis of their strategic importance, their research challenges and the recognised European expertise to develop next generation Grid middleware
|Enabling Grids for E-science - the project aims to provide researchers in academia and industry with access to major computing resources, independent of their geographic location. The EGEE project will also focus on attracting a wide range of new users to the Grid. (project partner: ACK Cyfronet AGH)
CROSSGRID - Development of Grid Environments for Interactive Applications
|PELLUCID - A Platform for Organizationally Mobile Public Employees
EU IST2001-34519, 2002-2004 (project partner: ACK Cyfronet AGH)
|An integrated approach to mammogram analysis,
Digital Technology Center (DTC) Research Program, 2004, University of Minnesota, USA (2003-2004),
Main Contractor: Prof. W. Dzwinel, PI, with Professor Dr D.A. Yuen, University of Minnesota
|Mesoscale Simulations of Thin Film for Viscous Fluid,
Energy Research Laboratory Technology Research Program, Office of Energy Research, U.S. Department of Energy, under subcubcontract from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, (1999-2002),
Main Contractor: Prof. W. Dzwinel, PI
|Large-Scale Parallel Molecular Simulations of Microhydrodynamic Phenomena by Metacomputing Approach (US-Poland Maria Curie-Skłodowska Fund II) 1994-1997|
VPH-Share (2011-2015) (project partner: ACK Cyfronet AGH)
- A number of bilateral international cooperations and grants with:
- University of Amsterdam,
- University of Southern California, Information Sciences Institute
- Technical University of Munchen,
- University of Camerino,
- University of Vienna,
- University of Klagenfurt,
- University of Linz,
- University of Knoxville,
- Argonne National Laboratory,
- Supercomputing Institute of University of Minnesota
- Universite de Technologie de Compiegne
Permanent collaboration with Academic Computer Centre CYFRONET-AGH