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Polish Academy of Sciences Poznań Branch and Poznań Supercomputing & Networking Center, organizers of international Euro-CASE 2017 conference on “Cybersecurity” (7th-8th November 2017, Polish Optical Internet Research Center in Poznań – Poland), announce a call for Lightning Talks for students (including Ph.D. students) especially dedicated for cybersecurity of emerging technologies.

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Since 1st September, 2016, together with 10 partners led by Athlone Institute of Technology (Ireland), PSNC realizes a three-year European H2020 PROTECTIVE project (Proactive Risk Management through Improved Situational Awareness).  PSNC is one of three consortium partners – besides organizations from Czech CESNET and Romania RoEduNet – representing National Research and Education Network (NREN) operators. The main goal of the project is to develop platform supporting operational activities of CERT/CSIRT teams in the NREN and SME infrastructures.

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The EU-funded project ESCAPE is looking at improving code efficiency for both weather and climate modelling. ESCAPE is organising its 2nd Dissemination and Training workshop between the 5 and 7 September 2017 in Poznan, Poland to share the first 18-months results.

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During this year's edition of InfoShare 2017, one of the largest technology events in Central and Eastern Europe, Intel has announced the launch and assumptions of its pilot program - Intel Make Tomorrow Poland. Polish partners of the project are: PSNC, Copernicus Science Center, Information Society Development Foundation, Educational Entrepreneurship Foundation and Children's University Foundation.

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The IBM research team in Zurich set up a project to develop a methodology for estimating the performance, power consumption and cost of exascale systems. The project is called Algorithms and Machines (A&M) and is part of DOME, a joint program with the Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy (ASTRON). Within the project PSNC offered access to Orzel / Eagle, a supercomputer to support the project.

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The e-Infrastructure Reflection Group (e-IRG) has published a new version of its Roadmap document. The e-IRG Roadmap 2016 is taking up the e-Infrastructure Commons concept. The document intends to define a clear route on how to evolve the European e-Infrastructure system further. The new Roadmap edition aims to turn the vision of the e-Infrastructure Commons into reality by 2020, and has recommendations to all stakeholders to progress on the way towards the e-Infrastructure Commons. The document was prepared by PSNC employees: Marcin Lawenda, Ph.D. and Norbert Meyer, Ph.D.

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