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THE ICT RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME 2007- 2013 Grzegorz Żbikowski Department of Information Systems for Science Ministry of Science and.

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1 THE ICT RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME Grzegorz Żbikowski Department of Information Systems for Science Ministry of Science and Higher Education Cracow Grid Workshop CGW

2 2 ICT research infrastructure development in Poland Polish Government have been supporting ICT research infrastructure since early 90s. 5 HPC centers in Warsaw, Kraków, Poznań, Gdańsk, Wrocław 21 academic Metropolitan Area Networks (MANs) PIONIER Programme Polish Optical Internet – Advanced Aplicatons, Services and Technologies for the Information Society 2000 – 2005 countrywide PIONIER network advanced tools, services and applications for e-Science facilitated integration of Polish research community with the European Research Area

3 Internet 7,5 Gb/s GDAŃSK POZNAŃ ZIELONA GÓRA KATOWICE KRAKÓW LUBLIN WARSZAWA BYDGOSZCZ TORUŃ CZĘSTOCHOWA BIAŁYSTOK OLSZTYN RZESZÓW MAN KOSZALIN SZCZECIN WROCŁAW ŁÓDŹ KIELCE PUŁAWY OPOLE RADOM BASNET 155 Mb/s CESNET, SANET 2x10 Gb/s 2 x 10 Gb/s (2 ) SDH 2,5 Gb/s CBDF 2x10 Gb/s GÉANT Gb/s DFN 2x10 Gb/s GÉANT/Internet 7,5 Gb/s 1 Gb/s GORZÓW BIELSKO-BIAŁA URAN 155 Mb/s Topology of the PIONIER network (2008) HPC

4 4 Polish GRID projects enabling the resource sharing and delivering e-Science services SGI-Grid – Virtual Laboratory CLUSTERIX – National Cluster of LINUX Systems Virtual Library of Science (BWN) many others Grids as a part of Polish e-Infrastructure

5 5 The ICT Research Infrastructure Development Programme Vision of a further development of the e-Infrastucture in Poland The ICT Research Infrastructure Development Programme preparation and consultations (January - June 2007) cooperation: ICT Infrastructure Expert Group (ZII), PIONIER Consortium, Ministry of Science and Higher Education adopted on 28 June 2007

6 6 Objectives of the Programme (I) Provide advanced network infrastructure to ensure equal opportunities of the network access for all research entities in Poland Support the development of services and infrastructure in High Performance Computing Centers Set up a pool of universal tools and services of the middleware/grid level, which will allow to achieve the integration of aplications and services of the upper level

7 7 Develop advanced ICT services and applications for research community in Poland (e-Science) Support development and implementation of ICT solutions in diverse application domains: e-Education, e-Health, e-Government etc. Objectives of the Programme (II)

8 8 Activities eligible for funding (I) Investments in the development of scientific network infrastructure and ICT equipment Development of supercomputing centers leading to creation of more advanced infrastructures, services and tools for the research community (including also support for grid projects) Provide researchers with continuous and common access to knowledge management systems and e-Science resources (e.g. support to the Virtual Library of Science)

9 9 Activities eligible for funding (II) Provide connectivity to GÉANT network and transboundary links to the neighbouring countries Other important activities related to the development of e-Science

10 10 Sources of funding SCIENCE BUDGET (Ministry of Science and Higher Education) STRUCTURAL FUNDS (Operational Programme Innovative Economy )

11 11 Calls for proposals announced every year by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education Institutions eligible for funding: higher education establishments, research institutes National funding

12 12 e-Science projects supported by the Structural Funds: Development of e-Infrastructures Digital content, scientific repositories and databases Advanced ICT applications and services Budget ( ): ~ 260 M 85% EU resources 15% Polish co-funding (Science budget) EU-Structural Funds for e-Science (I)

13 13 3 Calls for proposals envisaged (2008, 2009, 2010) 1st Call closed on 29 August08 (budget 80 M) projects of transregional and countrywide coverage proposals under evaluation first contracts expected in 2009 EU-Structural Funds for e-Science (II)

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