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CARDITIS Project proposes a user friendly, intelligent, fast decision support medical tool serving cardiologists, cardio-surgeons, medical professors and students for the purposes of diagnosis and treatment of Cardiovascular diseases.

Casa del Centenario

Virtual reconstruction of the “Casa del Centenario”, realized for the project "Pompei - Insula del Centenario" and "MUSE - Parnaso".

Certosa Virtual Museum

The project aims to restore, preserve and promote the extraordinary open-air museum created by the Bolognese over two centuries in the Carthusian monastery, founded in the first half of the fourteenth century and abolished by Napoleon. This is one of the oldest cemeteries in Europe, a monument of worldwide importance, a review of the history of the city, a unique place for sculpture and architecture of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

Certosa Virtual Museum: Monte Sole

During the Second World War, the province of Bologna witnessed a particularly bloody event: the massacre of Marzabotto. To preserve the memory of such a historic event an application about the slaughtering area was made and was connected to a database.

Certosa Virtual Museum: Monumental ossuary of the Great War

The 3D reconstruction of the monument, and the cloister that houses it, provides the setting and reference to the world-historical event, passing through the commemoration of people who took part in the war.

Certosa Virtual Museum: Monumental ossuary to the partisans

To honour the victims of the liberation struggle (1943-1945), the monumental ossuary dedicated to the fallen partisans and the Memorial to the partisans in Piazza Nettuno have been reconstructed to become a visual element of access to a rich multimedia relational database designed and developed by CINECA along with the 3D models.

Certosa Virtual Museum: the reconstruction of the landscape of the Etruscan necropolis

The digital terrain model with georeferencing of Etruscan tombs discovered during the second half of the Nineteenth century by Antonio Zannoni.

Certosa Virtual Museum: the Third Cloister

The Third Cloister of the Certosa in Bologna hosts an important gallery of neo-classical works of art painted on the tombs and monuments housed under its arches.


The CHIC project aims at developing edge ICT tools ,services and secure infrastructures so as to demonstrate benifitst of having both the multiscale data and the corresponding models readily available 

Company government

Integrated information System .
The peculiarity of the system consists of watch both of epidemiological kind and economic one of the flows of the Local Health Company.



The project  “Copyright-check”, promoted by the joint committee CRUI - SIAE - Authors and Editors and oriented to the management of the author 's rights in the university's portals, is devoted to the implementation by CINECA  of a Notice & Take Down service which will permit the university to verify possible uncertain cases of rights' violation. Following verifications about the contents, the university will provide for the valuation  of the specific cases and for  treating them coherently with the chosen managing model, for instance proceeding with the possible removal of the contents.

CINECA has closed the  period of requiriments' analysis which has permitted to start the development of a service based on open standards and built to be interoperable with the services online of the universities. The following phase provides the involvement of some universities like “key user”. The involved universities  will try out the implemented solution in the area of the project will take advantage of the relative services, like early adopter for the first twoyears since the release.  To comply with the project or ask for more information is enough to contact  CINECA.


The project will provide a tool of visualization and analysis of astrophysical data coming both from observation and computer simualtions, based on the AstroMD. The aim is to build a software which can handle efficiently large datasets allowing both their graphical representation and analysis, responding to the requirements proposed by several research fields.

Daily Life in the Middle Ages: Parma in the Cathedral Age

Part of the celebrations for the 900th anniversary of the dedication of the Parma Cathedral, the exhibition "Daily Life in the Middle Ages - Parma in the Cathedral Age" depicts the city as it was when the Cathedral was built.


The overall objective of the project is to perform observational studies and numerical simulations to investigate and understand the nature of the decadal and interdecadal variability of the atmosphere-ocean system.


The project DEEP proposes to develop a novel, Exascale-enabling supercomputing platform along with the optimisatioon of a set of grand-challenge codes simulating applications highly relevant for Europe's science, industry and society. The DEEP System will realise a Cluster Booster Architecture that will serve as proof-of-concept for a next-generation 100 PFlop/s production system.

The goal of DEEP-ER is to update the Cluster-Booster architecture introduced by the DEEP project and extend it with additional parallel I/O and resiliency capabilities

DEISA (Distributed European Infrastructure for Supercomputing Applications) is a european supercomputing 's  centres consortium, leader at the national level.
This research infrastructure of the European Community' s Sixth Programme Frame has been aimed at creating and managing a distributed terascale supercomputing facility  of worldwide importance.
For that purpose a deep integration of the national  already operational High Performance Computing (HPC) infrastructures has been effected .


DEISA is a consortium of leading national supercomputing centres that currently deploys and operates a persistent, production quality, distributed supercomputing environment with continental scope. The main objective of this FP7 funded research infrastructure is to deliver a turnkey operational solution for a future persistent European HPC ecosystem, as suggested by ESFRI. This ecosystem will integrate national Tier-1 centres and the new powerful Tier-0 centres.

Digital Library

The Sapienza Digital Library (SDL) is a research project undertaken by Sapienza Università di Roma, the largest Europe’s campus, and the Italian supercomputer center Cineca.
The SDL project aims to build an infrastructure supporting preservation, management and dissemination of the past, present and future digital resources, that contain the overall intellectual production of the Sapienza University.


Development of an Interdisciplinary Round Table for Emerging Computer Technologies (DIRECT) provides a forum for organisations representing all classes of users of large scale computing and data centres to discuss future needs. Together,we address the role of emerging computer technologies, such as HPCN, in defining the future of scientific computing.