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A global computer infrastructure system called the “grid”, created in response to challenges resulting from the increasing complexity of experimental physical assemblies and information systems, is presented in this paper as an optimal IT platform for metrology tasks, i.e. the assurance of metrological traceability (often in geographically remote regions) and measurement data protection in global networks. The emphasis is placed on the use of a new com - ponent of the grid, the instrument element (IE), which is intended to ensure secure, remote, joint team work when monitoring and managing instruments and data generated and stored on distributed scientific measuring equipment using conventional grid resources. The article describes the variety of all possible IE applications within the available grid technology for those metrology tasks where IT support is required. The IE grid becomes an optimal environment which can be used to effectively perform measurement tasks which have the highest level of measurement data transfer, storage and processing safety, revealing new oppor - tunities to track measurement results and ensure a high level of reliability of these results.

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Monte-Carlo simulation of two-dimensional compounds with «Shastry-Sutherland Lattice» structure in the frameworks of classical Heisenberg model.

Performed by:

Slavin V.V. - doctor of Sciences, leading researcher of ILTPE

Belous L.F. - Ph.D., head of grid-technology departament of ILTPE

Krivchikov A.A. - graduate student of ILTPE

Virtual organization of the project: ung.seed

Duration of the project: 2012 — 2014

The aim of the project: studying the magnetic properties of two-dimensional compounds with «Shastry-Sutherland Lattice» structure in the frameworks of classical Heisenberg model, phase-diagram construction in the wide area of parameters.


Virtual organization of the projectCompuChemGridUA

Duration of the project: 2010 – 2012

The aim of the project
Elucidation of the features of the physical properties of metallized DNA by nickel ions in comparison with DNA containing zinc ions.


The aim of this project is to use the computational resources of national grid infrastructure in order to develop advanced algorithm of reverse engineering of gene regulatory networks, which will be applied to the study of rat hepatocytes response to different perturbations. The modern molecular biology has raised to the qualitatively new level. Simultaneous and independent development of high-throughput technologies, informatics and computer technologies led to the emergence of Systems Biology, aimed to represent biological processes in their maximal complexity by analyzing immense amount of data.