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  • 1. Rome, 23 September 2010e-Infrastructures as a key enabler for virtual research communities DECIDE Public Launch Event and KoM Carmela ASERO European Commission - DG INFSO ••• 1 GÉANT & e-Infrastructure Unit
  • 2. EGEE Grid attacks Avian FluDuring April 2006, a collaboration of Asian and EU laboratories has analysed 300,000 possible drug components against theavian flu virus H5N1 using the EGEE Grid infrastructure (for the docking of 300,000 compounds against 8 different targetstructures of Influenza A neuraminidases, 2000 computers were used during 4 weeks – the equivalent of 100 years on a single computer) H5 N1 Credit: Y-T Wu ••• 2
  • 3. e-Infrastructures: fundamental aspect of all Roadmap RI..Three groups of facilities distinguished:• Those which fundamentally are e-Infrastructure - based (e.g. all Social Sciences & Humanities, ELIXIR, EPOS) - therefore e-Infrastructure aspects key to address• Distributed facilities, which need e-Infrastructures to work (e.g. interlink their parts)• Those for which e-Infrastructures will be important at least for data acquisition, processing & distribution to users ••• 3
  • 4. EMBRC ECRIN 08 20 s ap ect dm roj INSTRUCT BLS4 oa P R 10 Euro-Bio-imaging BIOBANKS-BBMRI EU-Openscreen INFRAFRONTIER EATRIS EBI-ELIXIR12/10/09 Brussells ••• 4 e-infra concertation
  • 5. Update on e-Infrastructures:- overview, evolution in FP6, FP7 ••• 5
  • 6. Virtual research communities International Cooperation & links Support/Policy clinical LHC data data biology astronomy data data scientific data infrastructurecomputing infrastructure (EGI, PRACE/DEISA) network infrastructure (GÉANT) ••• 6
  • 7. GEANT Virtual research communities Pan-European coverage International Cooperation & links (40+ countries /3900 universities / 30+ million students) Hybrid architecture: Support/Policy  connectivity at 10 Gb/s (aggregated traffic)  dark fiber wavelengths clinical LHC data data (demanding communities) International links biology astronomy data data scientific data infrastructure computing infrastructure (EGI, PRACE/DEISA) network infrastructure (GÉANT) ••• 7
  • 8. ••• 8
  • 9. Virtual research communities International Cooperation & linksEGI: 10000 users 243020 LCPUs (cores) 40Pb disk, 39Pb tape Support/Policy 15 million jobs/month 317 sites clinical LHC 52 countries data data 175 VOs, 29 active VOs biology astronomy data data scientific data infrastructure computing infrastructure (EGI, PRACE/DEISA) network infrastructure (GÉANT) ••• 9
  • 10. Virtual research communities International Cooperation & linksDEISA: 1PFlop aggregated peak performance 11 sites/7 countries connected at 10Gbit/s Support/Policy Workflow applications with grid- technologies Global data management clinical system LHC data data Extreme Computing Initiative biology astronomy data data scientific data infrastructure computing infrastructure (EGI, PRACE/DEISA) network infrastructure (GÉANT) ••• 10
  • 11. Virtual research communities International Cooperation & linksPRACE: European PFlop machines Ecosystem of HPC resources Support/Policy Partnership of 20 EU countries First Access Call releasedclinical (open LHC to all scientists) data data biology astronomy data data scientific data infrastructure computing infrastructure (EGI, PRACE/DEISA) network infrastructure (GÉANT) ••• 11
  • 12. Euratom JRC Cooperation 4.1 b€ 1.75 b€ 32.4 b€ Capacities 4.1 b€ People 4.75 b€ Ideas 7.5 b€e-Infrastructures 0.6 b€ ••• 12
  • 13. Total EC Funding (€) 350Millions 300 250 Layers 200 Support, Policy Virtual Research Communities Data 150 Computing Connectivity/Network 100 50 0 FP6 FP7 ••• 13
  • 14. Total EC Funding (€) 300Millions 250 200 FP 150 FP7 FP6 100 50 0 Connectivity/Network Computing Data Virtual Research Support, Policy Communities ••• 14
  • 15. 100%90%80%70%60% Data User Communities (€)50% Support & policy (€) Infrastructure (€)40%30%20%10% 0% FP6 FP7 ••• 15
  • 16. 300Millions 250 200 Data User Communities (€) 150 Support/policy (€) Infrastructure (€) 100 50 0 Connectivity/Network Computing Data Virtual Research Support, Policy Communities ••• 16
  • 17. Number of Projects100% yes yes90% yes80% yes yes70%60% INCO Dimension ?50% no yes no no40% no30% no no20%10% 0% Connectivity/Network Computing Data Virtual Research Support, Policy Communities ••• 17
  • 18. 30Millions 25 20 FP 15 FP7 FP6 10 5 0 SSH Environmental Energy and Biological and Materials and Physical Security/Civil Sciences transports Medical Sciences Analytical Sciences and protection Facilities Engineering ••• 18
  • 19. Update on e-Infrastructures: - snapshot of work on BMS ••• 19
  • 20. Medical research related project Grid for European neuroscientists working in the field of imaging of Alzheimer’s disease Transatlantic cooperation toward one unique worldwide facility for studies of neurodegenerative diseases. e-Infrastructure-based global virtual research community for structural biology in the life sciences Building upon neuGRID and GÉANT for extraction of diagnostic markers for Alzheimer’s disease and schizophrenia ••• 20
  • 21. Enhance building the Catalogue ofLife (taxonomy of world’s plants,animals, fungi, microbes..)Improve protein annotation viacoordination & integration ofdatabases; data faster to publicDeploy grids for faster and betterbio-NMR data analysisDeploy e-Infrastructure services toenhance functionality & use ofEuropean Theoretical SpectroscopyFacility ••• 21
  • 22. Update on e-Infrastructures: - next plans ••• 22
  • 23. COM(2009) 108 Three vectors of a renewed European strategy:Europe as hub Sustainable and Innovation byof excellence in continuous services exploiting know-how e-Science of production quality beyond science 24/7 (public services, large scale experimentation,…) e-Infrastructure ••• 23
  • 24. • Addressing the data deluge, heterogeneity• Integrated e-Science environments• Strengthen service and user orientation• Some key users: ESFRI-roadmap projects, Future Internet experimentation platform, public services (eHealth etc)• Open to innovation, new concepts (from grids to clouds etc..)• Reflect on governance, ensure sustainability  GEANT, EGI, PRACE,…• Global dimension ••• 24
  • 25. DRAFT €4M €27M spectroscopy environment geosciences climatology astronomy medical physics biology fusion space ICT … €43M User Communities Support actions Data layerNCPs eScience Environment PRACE €20M Simulation software & services layer Computing layer: Distributed Computing & PRACE Network layer ••• 25€1M
  • 26. Looking ahead:new political landscape ••• 26
  • 27. An overarching policy framework that aims at delivering sustainable economic and social benefits from a digital single market based on fast and ultra fast Internet and interoperable applicationshttp://ec.europa.eu/information_society/digital-agenda/documents/ digital-agenda-communication-en.pdf ••• 27
  • 28. 1. Fragmented digital markets2. Lack of interoperability3. Rising cybercrime and risk of low trust in networks4. Lack of investment in networks5. Insufficient research and innovation efforts6. Lack of digital literacy and skills7. Missed opportunities in addressing societal challenges ••• 28
  • 29. Action under Research & Innovation:“ensure sufficient financial support to joint ICT RI and innovation clusters,develop further e-Infrastructures and establish EU strategy for cloud computing, notably for government and science” ••• 29
  • 30. e-Health in DAE The Commission will work with Member States competent authorities and all interested stakeholders to:• Key Action 13: Undertake pilot actions to equip Europeans with secure online access to their medical health data by 2015 and to achieve by 2020 widespread deployment of telemedicine services;• Key Action 14: Propose a recommendation defining a minimum common set of patient data for interoperability of patient records to be accessed or exchanged electronically across Member States by 2012 in line with data protection requirements.Other actions:• Foster EU-wide standards, interoperability testing and certification of eHealth systems by 2015 through stakeholder dialogue;• Reinforce the AmbientAssisted Living (AAL) Joint Programme to allow older people and persons with disabilities to live independently and be active in society. ••• 30
  • 31. • Grand challenges (like Health) calling for new orientations of our research policies if we want to sustain our living standards & world position• RI are playing a central role in supporting the knowledge triangle (research-education- innovation)• Transition to e-Science (e-Infrastructure enabled) will accelerate over the next years• A new Digital Agenda for Europe www.cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/e-infrastructure/ ••• 31
  • 32. THANK YOU! ••• 32