Ukrainian National Grid is the targeted state scientific and technological project (program) on the development and implementation of grid-technologies for 2009-2013, adopted by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine in 2009.
The project objective is to build a national grid-infrastructure and to introduce grid-technologies in all areas of scientific, social and economic activities in Ukraine, as well as to train specialists on grid-technologies.
The following management bodies are created for project control:
Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine is the basic organization for the implementation of the Project UNG.
BCC provides management and coordination of works on supporting the operation of the national grid-infrastructure.
BCC on technological and operational level serves as the National Operations Centre (Resource infrastructure Provider) of UNG grid-resources in relation with the International grid-communities.
Про проведення конкурсу науково-технічних проєктів установ НАН України у 2022 році
З метою сприяння впровадженню результатів науково-дослідних і дослідно-конструкторських робіт установ НАН України оголошено конкурс науково-технічних проєктів установ НАН України для їх фінансування у 2022 році.
Ukraine Horizon Europe launch day
On 3 December 2021, following the signature of the Horizon Europe association agreement between the European Commission and Ukraine in early October, the Horizon Europe Launch Day was held virtually in both Brussels and Kyiv.
Ukraine joined the EOSC Governance Board
The European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) Governance Board (GB) is a formal working-group of the H2020 Strategic Configuration of the Programme Committee running until the end of 2020.
Its main task is to strategically advise on the implementation of EOSC by reviewing, endorsing, and orienting the work of the Executive Board.
Launch of the first EOSC Steering Board survey of national contributions to the EOSC
The three parties of the EOSC partnership have agreed to build up a monitoring system, which will eventually measure the progress towards Open Science as the new normal. In this context, the monitoring is not only a way to take stock, but also to share best practices and to motivate all partners of the EOSC to strengthen their involvement and investment.
UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science
The first international framework on open science was adopted by 193 countries attending UNESCO’s General Conference. By making science more transparent and more accessible, the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science will make science more equitable and inclusive.
February edition of the EGI Newsletter
The edition #36 of the EGI Newsletter is now available.
Among the highlights of this issue: New director of the EGI Foundation and future plans; Next 5 years of the EGI Federation: a strategy for research support on a global scale...
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