EGCF 2014

The fourth annual meeting of the European Globus Community Forum (EGCF)   will be hosted on Thursday, May 22nd in Helsinki, Finland.

The theme for the event will be:

“Facing Big Data“

Click to view the Agenda: http://www.egcf.eu/events/egcf-2014/

EGI Community Forum: Call for participation

EGI published a call for participation for the Community Forum event on May 19-23 in Helsinki. Read more here.

Competition: Showcase your science at the Community Forum

The European grid supports world-class research from a broad range of disciplines. The best examples will be invited to give a lightning talk at the opening plenary of the Community Forum in Helsinki. Apply today and share the stage with the other VIPs.

GlobusWORLD 2014 Webinar

What’s New with Globus webinar

We’re always innovating, and we want to help you do the same. In the last 12 months, we’ve added a number of extremely useful new features and services to help you manage your data and get it where you need it.

Please join us for a webinar on Tuesday, February 18 at 1 p.m. Central. Steve Tuecke, Globus co-lead, will offer instruction on using the newer features of Globus, such as Data SharingGroups, and other tools for both researchers and resource providers.

Click here to register for the webinar.

GlobusWORLD 2014

GlobusWORLD is coming up on April 15-17 in Chicago, US. Read more here.

GlobusWorld is a meeting of the minds: a chance to transfer knowledge, share ideas, and collaborate with others in the field. Join us at Argonne National Laboratory from April 15-17 for quality tutorials, talks, and networking.

What is EGCF?

The European Globus Community Forum (EGCF) is the organizational body of the Globus community in Europe. Its goal is to boost an integrated approach to collaboration on Globus development and to provide an organizational platform to foster cooperation within Europe and beyond. Its members are users, administrators, and developers, who are applying the Globus Toolkit as their middleware or are interested in doing so.

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