Eastern Partnership Connect 2015-2020

Eastern Partnership Connect

The Eastern Partnership (EaP) is a regional and multilateral initiative between the EU and its six Eastern partners: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine. The partnership aims to provide support and assistance for reforms in the region in the fields of democracy, human rights, market economy, sustainability and governance.

European Comission

HP-SEE  Research Communities 2010-2012

HP-SEE Research Communities

Project Overview HP-SEE, High-Performance Computing Infrastructure for South East Europe’s Research Communities will link existing and upcoming HPC facilities in South East Europe in a common infrastructure, and it will provide operational solutions for it. As a complementary action, the project will establish and maintain a GÉANT link for Southern Caucasus. The initiative will open the South East European HPC infrastructure to a wide range of new user communities, including those of less-resourced countries, fostering collaboration and providing advanced capabilities to researchers, with an emphasis on strategic groups in computational physics, computational chemistry and life sciences. HP-SEE receives EC support through FP7 under the “Research Infrastructures” action. The HP-SEE initiative builds on the lasting cooperation in the SEE region, embodied in a number of eInfrastructure EC-funded initiatives, aiming at equal participation of less-resourced countries of the region in European trends. The SEEREN initiative established a regional network and the SEE-GRID initiative the regional Grid, while BSI project has established GÉANT link to Caucasus. The SEE-LIGHT project is working towards establishing a dark-fibre backbone that will interconnect most National Research and Education Networks in the Balkan region. HP-SEE aspires to contribute to the stabilisation and development of South-East Europe, by overcoming…

European Comission

European Grid Initiative 2010-2014

European Grid Initiative

EGI : advanced computing for research EGI is a publicly-funded federation of over 300 data and computing data centres spread across Europe and worldwide. EGI has over 45,000 users from a wide range of fields. More about use cases. EGI provides access to over 650,000 logical CPUs and 500 PB of disk and tape storage. More about the federation. EGI offers a wide range of services for compute, storage, data and support. More about EGI Services. A short history of EGI   EGI Foundation The federation is coordinated by the EGI Foundation (also known as EGI.eu), created to coordinate the infrastructure on behalf of the participants of the EGI Council. More about the EGI Foundation More about the EGI Council   Vision Researchers from all disciplines have easy, integrated and open access to the advanced scientific computing capabilities, resources and expertise needed to collaborate and to carry out data/compute intensive science and innovation.   Mission Create and deliver open solutions for science and research infrastructures by federating digital capabilities, resources and expertise between communities and across national boundaries.

European Comission

Creation of Infrastructure for CERTs 2006-2008

Creation of Infrastructure for CERTs

CERT is a center of internet security expertise, located at the RENAM, Research and Education National Association from Moldova. We study internet security vulnerabilities, research long-term changes in networked systems, and develop information and training to help you improve security. For increasing security and registration dangerous incidents in the RENAM's network was created CERT (Computer Emergency Response Team). This is group of specialist who should engage in registration these incidents in the network and assist in eliminating the incidents.

North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)