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EPOS participation to the INFRASTRUCTURES 2011 call Three coordinated proposals VERCE, EUDAT, ENVRI J.-P. Vilotte (CNRS-INSU), A. Michelini (INGV), T.

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1 EPOS participation to the INFRASTRUCTURES 2011 call Three coordinated proposals VERCE, EUDAT, ENVRI J.-P. Vilotte (CNRS-INSU), A. Michelini (INGV), T. Van Eck (KNMI)

2 From Szalay et al. Web services for the virtual observatory (2002) “… it is the number of connections we can make between fundamental properties that enable us to make new discoveries. …”

3 EPOS (ESFRI roadmap) NERA Seismology & Earthquake Eng. ETHZ + ORFEUS/KNMI D. Giardini & T. Van Eck EPOS PP INGV (M. Cocco ) SHARE Hazard ETHZ (D. Giardini ) GEM Hazard VERCE CNRS-INSU J-P Vilotte ORFEUS/KNMI EMSC INGV LMU (IT) Univ Liverpool (UK) BADW/LZR (IT-G) CINECA (IT-IT) Fraunhofer (IT-G) UoE (IT -UK) INFRA-2011-1.2.1 EUDAT CSC Finland K. Koski EPOS (INGV) LifeWatch … CINECA (IT) STFC (IT) UoE (IT) INFRA-2011-1.2.2 ENVRI LifeWatch L. Wouter EPOS (ORFEUS/KNMI) LifeWatch EPOS EMSO EISCAT ICOS … STFC (IT) UoE (IT) INFRA-2011-2.3.3 EPOS IT relevant EC-project projects + proposal (summary) EC projects starting 2010 QUEST (Training network) Computational Seismology LMU (H. Igel )

4 EUDAT INFRA-2011-1.2.2: Data infrastructures for e-Science (DG INFSO) Expected impact: Increase of the scale of federation and interoperation of data infrastructures, better exploitation of synergies with the underlying e-Infrastructures, reduction of costs, increase of the user base and bridging across disciplines, enabling of cross-fertilisation of scientific results and favouring of innovation. The removal of important obstacles concerning the open access to scientific information and data, as well as the improvement of preparedness to face the data "tsunami" of the next decade. Progress towards the vision of open and participatory data-intensive science. It is expected that the generic tools and services developed under the e-infrastructure part of the programme could be used for the further development of research infrastructures in Europe and in particular for the implementation of clusters of ESFRI projects. Coordinator: Kimmo Koski (CSC, Finland). EPOS contact: Alberto Michelini (INGV) EC Proposals in preparation related to EPOS

5 VERCE : Virtual Earthquake and Seismology Research Community in Europe Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS-INSU), France University of Edinburgh (UEDIN), United Kingdom Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI-ORFEUS), Netherlands European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC), France Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV), Italy Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU), Germany University of Liverpool (ULIV), United Kingdom Bayerische Akademie der Wissenchaften (BADW-LRZ), Germany Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft e.V. (SCAI), Germany Centro di Calculo Interuniversitario (CINECA), Italy Jean-Pierre Vilotte (CNRS-IPG Paris), Jano van Hemert (UEDIN)

6 SEISMIC RECORDS DATA CENTERS DATA ARCHIVING DATA INTEGRATION VERCE infrastructure for efficient exploration of rapidly growing volumes of seismological observations GRID + HPC DATA EXPLORATION, DATA INTEGRATION, DATA ANALYSIS, MODELING, AND INVERSION Earth’s interior and dynamics Earthquakes, volcanoes, natural hazards Interaction of solid Earth with Ocean and Atmosphere DATA COLLECTION SEISMIC NETWORKS

7 A service-oriented architecture, driven by the data analysis and data modelling applications, integrating the community data infrastructure with Grid and HPC infrastructures



10 Networking activities NA1: Management (CNRS) NA2: Data-intensive pilot applications and use cases & validation (INGV) NA3: Training and user documentation (ULIV) NA4: Dissemination and public outreach (EMSC) Service activities: test-bed infrastructures and deployment operation SA1: Management, operation and monitoring of the platform (CNRS-IPGP) SA2: Platform services and tools components integration (BADW-LRZ) SA3: Scientific gateways and user management and support (KNMI-ORFEUS) Joint Research Activities: service components JRA1: Enabling data-intensive pilot applications (data integration, data analysis & data modeling (LMU) JRA2: architectures service components and tools for data integration and data mining, orchestration workflows, portlets (UEDIN)


12 EUDAT Vision

13 EUDAT Requirements

14 EUDAT work


16 ENVRI: Project interaction with stakeholders

17 ENVRI: From ‘Theoretical’ framework to multidisciplinary application

18 ENVRI: Project WP organisation and interaction


20 The strategy of VERCE, driven by the needs of data-intensive applications in data mining and modelling, aims to provide an e-science environment with comprehensive service-oriented architecture and framework adapted to the scale and the diversity of these applications, and integrating the community data infrastructure with Grid and HPC e-infrastructures. A first novel aspect of VERCE consists of integrating a service-oriented architecture with an efficient communication layer between the Data and the Grid infrastructures, and HPC, and a user-oriented scientific gateway. A second novel aspect is the coupling between HTC data analysis and HPC data modelling applications through workflow and data sharing mechanisms. VERCE will strengthen the European earthquake and seismology research competitiveness, and enhance the data exploitation and the modelling capabilities of this community. In turn, it will contribute to the European and National e- infrastructures. VERCE

21 VERCE – Virtual Earthquake and Seismology Research Community in Europe INFRA-2011-1.2.1: e-Science environments (DG INSO) Expected impacts: The provision of advanced e-Science environment: architecture, framework, services and tools better tailored to the data-intensive applications needs in earthquake and seismology research, and supporting innovation and efficiency in the scientific discovery process. At the same time the lowering of barriers to entry in e-Science environment by researchers as well as the increased potential for Data, GRID and HPC e- Infrastructure usage by non-specialists, including "citizen" scientists and for public services. Coordinator and EPOS contact: Jean-Pierre Vilotte (CNRS-INSU) ENVRI (‘cluster proposal’): DG Capacity INFRA-2011-2.3.3: Implementation of common solutions for a cluster of ESFRI infrastructures in the field of “Environmental sciences" (p 20 workprogramme). A project under this topic should implement harmonised solutions for the ESFRI Infrastructures in the field of Environmental Sciences on issues like, for example, architectures for centralised and decentralised infrastructures, standards and interoperability, metadata frameworks and other ICT related issues. Coordinator: Wouter Loss (LifeWatch). EPOS contact: Torild van Eck (ORFEUS)

22 Liaisons Groups General Assembly Management Committee Management Committee Coordinator University of Amsterdam European Commission External Relations ESFRI Env. RI's WP2 WP1 WP7 WP6 WP5 WP4 WP3 Project Manager Stakeholders Advisory Board TCB ENVRI: Project management organisation

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