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1 The CoreGRID Network of Excellence European Research Network on Foundations, Software Infrastructures and Applications for large scale distributed, GRID and Peer-to-Peer Technologies Thierry PRIOL Scientific Coordinator INRIA Philippe Rohou Administrative & Financial Coordinators ERCIM

2 European research network on foundations, software Infrastructures and applications for large-scale, distributed GRID and peer-to-peer technologies CoreGRID objectives To build a European-wide research laboratory –To avoid fragmentation of Grid research activities in Europe –Create the European Grid Lighthouse and be seen as such worldwide –To achieve integration and sustainability To build solid foundations for GRID and P2P technologies –Both on a methodological basis and a technological basis –Support medium and long term research activities Achieve and promote scientific and technological excellence within & beyond the Grid research community Gather and disseminate European research A think-tank for spin-off projects –EC funded, bilateral projects, international cooperations, …

3 European research network on foundations, software Infrastructures and applications for large-scale, distributed GRID and peer-to-peer technologies CoreGRID Membership 46 partners from 19 Countries (1 from S. America) CoreGRID researchers Aug 2005: 145 researchers Today: 155 researchers CoreGRID PhD students Aug 2005: 169 PhD students Today: 168 PhD students Funding from the EC: 8.2 M for the first 4 years (ending August 2008) U. Cyprus INRIA CNRS ERCIM CETIC UCL CNR-ISTI CNR-IHPCN INFN U. Calabria U. Pisa U. Sannio CLPP-BAS Delft U. Vrije U. EPFL UASF FhG FZJ USTUTT U. Muenster UNI DO U. Passau ZIB CATNETS ICS-FORTH IC RAL-CCLRC U. Belfast U. Manchester U. Newcastle U. Wesminster KTH SICS Umea U. SZTAKI VTT U. Coimbra UPC Masaryk U. U. Chile PSC CYFRONET U. Innsbruck New U. Lisbon Full member Associated member

4 European research network on foundations, software Infrastructures and applications for large-scale, distributed GRID and peer-to-peer technologies Organizational map Executive Committee Scientific Advisory BoardIndustrial Advisory Board Specific Task Forces - NPTF: New Participants Integration Monitoring Committee Chair: R. Perrott (U. Belfast) Head of the Collaboration Gateway Administrative & Financial Co-ordinator B. Le Dantec (ERCIM) Scientific Co-ordinator T. Priol (INRIA) Members General Assembly Head of the Integrated Activities S. Gorlatch (U. Muenster) Head of the Spreading Excellence P. Guisset (CETIC) Heads of CoreGRID Institutes Chair: D. Laforenza (CNR-ISTI) Domenico Talia (U. Calabria) Marco Danelutto (U. Pisa) Vivi Fragopoulou (Forth) Norbert Meyer (PSNC) Ramin Yahyapour (U. Dortmund) Vladimir Getov (U. Wesminster)

5 European research network on foundations, software Infrastructures and applications for large-scale, distributed GRID and peer-to-peer technologies A Network operated as a European-wide Research Laboratory Domenico Talia Marco Danelutto Vivi Fragopoulou Norbert Meyer Ramin Yahyapour Vladimir Getov Knowledge Data Management Programming Model Architectural Issues: Scalability, Dependability, Adaptability Grid Information, Resource & Monitoring Services Resource Management & Scheduling Systems, Tools and Environments CoreGRID Institutes Research Groups Research Groups Research Groups Research Groups Research Groups Research Groups

6 European research network on foundations, software Infrastructures and applications for large-scale, distributed GRID and peer-to-peer technologies Some of the many scientific achievements Knowledge and data management –Data integration and query reformulation in Grids (XMAP on OGSA- DQP) Programming Models –Definition of a Grid component model (GCM) and implementation through a spin-off FP6 project (GridCOMP) involving the industry System Architecture –P2P techniques to make Grid middleware scalable and dependable Grid Information, Resource and Workflow monitoring service –Innovative approach to multilevel Grid checkpointing architecture Resource Management and Scheduling –A common scheduling architecture for future Grid systems Grid Systems, Toold and Environments –Validation of a new software componentisation methodology using the Grid5000 testbed

7 European research network on foundations, software Infrastructures and applications for large-scale, distributed GRID and peer-to-peer technologies Integrating research in the area of Programming Models: the CoreGRID effect… How to facilitate the programming of Grids ? –Component/object Before CoreGRID, several projects running independently: –Assist (U. Pisa / CNR) –Fractal (INRIA) –GridCCM (INRIA) –HOC-SA (U. Muenster) –Ibis (Vrije U. Amsterdam) –ICENI (IC) –MALLBA (UPC) –Mocca (Cyfronet) –Polytop (U. Passau) –POP-C++ (UASF) –ProActive (INRIA) –REFLEX (U. Chile) –QUB (Queens U. Belfast) Leads to duplication of efforts, lack of critical mass and lack of visibility, … INRIA CNR-ISTI U. Pisa Vrije U. UASF U. Passau U. Muenster Queens Univ. Belfast IC U. Wesminster U. Chile CYFRONET UPC

8 European research network on foundations, software Infrastructures and applications for large-scale, distributed GRID and peer-to-peer technologies Towards a common Component Model for Grids The CoreGRID Grid Component Model (GCM) Establish a set of requirements for a Grid component model based on the experience of CoreGRID partners Define specifications of what should be a component model suitable for Grid infrastructures Not reinventing the wheel… Implementation of the Grid Component Model through a spin-off project Grid Application Resources

9 Main achievements after almost 4 years Organization of 59 meetings and 17 workshops, contributing to solving research challenges as described in the CoreGRID research roadmaps. Delivery of more than 447 joint technical papers accepted in peer- review conferences, workshops and journals, including ten highly reputed CoreGRID series volumes, thus advancing European excellence. Publication of 137 CoreGRID technical reports, co-authored by at least two different CoreGRID partners showing the level of integration among the CoreGRID community. The effective kick-off of several spin-off research projects, funded either by the European Commission within the 6th and the 7th Framework Programmes, or through national and/or regional European research network on foundations, software Infrastructures and applications for large-scale, distributed GRID and peer-to-peer technologies - 9 -

10 Main achievements after almost 4 years Expanding further the database of publications by CoreGRID researchers in the area of Grid and peer-to-peer computing with around 1050 references available today. Increased visibility of the Grid research community through the support of highly-reputed international conferences, such as EuroPar 2005, 2006 and 2007, HPDC 2006, IEEE conference on Grid Computing in 2006 and 2007, CCGRID 2008 and events such as 2006 and CoreGRID also sponsored the Open Grid Forum. Opening up academic research agendas in order to identify business-oriented research priorities, leading to the spin-off of new CoreGRID activities, for example in service-oriented architectures and systems. Developing new ideas to anticipate technological trends and to promote commercially relevant and promising research. European research network on foundations, software Infrastructures and applications for large-scale, distributed GRID and peer-to-peer technologies

11 Main achievements after almost 4 years Organisation of several scientific workshops jointly with highly reputed international conferences and the CoreGRID symposium jointly held with EuroPar 2007 and EuroPar Organisation of four annual CoreGRID Summer Schools. Implementing Mobility Programmes - a Fellowship Programme and a Researcher Exchange Programme - increasing integration between partners, and now involving industrial members of the IAB. Organisation of three annual Integration Workshops. European research network on foundations, software Infrastructures and applications for large-scale, distributed GRID and peer-to-peer technologies

12 Integration assessment 2004 European research network on foundations, software Infrastructures and applications for large-scale, distributed GRID and peer-to-peer technologies

13 Integration assessment 2005 European research network on foundations, software Infrastructures and applications for large-scale, distributed GRID and peer-to-peer technologies

14 Integration assessment 2006 European research network on foundations, software Infrastructures and applications for large-scale, distributed GRID and peer-to-peer technologies

15 Integration assessment 2007 European research network on foundations, software Infrastructures and applications for large-scale, distributed GRID and peer-to-peer technologies

16 European research network on foundations, software Infrastructures and applications for large-scale, distributed GRID and peer-to-peer technologies CoreGRID ERCIM Working Group To gain international visibility and attract funding –Grids, P2P and Service computing (in the context of Future Internet) Open to everyone –Not necessary to be a member of ERCIM Main activities –Workshops –Project proposals –Mobility and fellows ERCIM support financially the WG Chair up to 15,000 Action proposal to be submitted to FP7 Scientific Advisory Board Thierry Priol (CoreGRID) Klaus Pohl (S-Cube) Working Group Leader Frédéric Desprez (INRIA)

17 Final word CoreGRID is involved in Service Wave 2008 European research network on foundations, software Infrastructures and applications for large-scale, distributed GRID and peer-to-peer technologies


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