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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.


Web-based system developed for the Health Superior Council, for the management, consultation, and online storage of documents relating to inquiries received by the Ministry of Health. The system also manages directly online meeting organization with SMS notifications.


Cardiovascular Risk Observatory: tool accessible via web for monitoring the cardiovascular risk.

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.



Project about the Metabolic Syndrome' s Disease Management for the Bologna city.


The project aims at demonstrating that HPCN-based Computer Assisted Drug Design dramatically improves the process of discovering new drugs that bind to biological macromolecules, with clear benefits for both the Pharmaceutical Industry and the whole social community.

E-Culture Net

Aiming to stimulate its members and partners to establish contacts with others active in their fields of interest, the Culturelink Network has developed the interactive, searchable Culturelink Members & Partners Database, providing its members and partners, as well as all other cultural professionals, with an efficient tool for establishing new ways of cooperation.


The Europe -Africa Research Network  for Evaluation of Second-line  Therapy (EARNEST) is a partnership among 8 African clinical researchsiti sites and 6 European organizations  funded by the European and Developing Countries Clinic Trials Programme (EDCTP) and by European national research funding agencies.


The objective of this Support Action, co-funded by the European Commission is to build a european vision and roadmap to address the challenges of the new generation of massively parallel systems composed of millions of heterogeneous cores which will provide multi-Petaflop performances in the next few years and Exaflop performances in 2020.


Multicenter randomized clinic study for evaluating efficacy and safety of lithium salts in association with the riluzolo in patients with Lateral Amiotrofic Sclerosis.


Embrace is a European bioinformatics network project that begins on February 1,2005. It has received funding of 8.28 million euros from the European Commission for five years and involves 16 partners from 11 countries. Its goal is to standardize access to the vast quantities data from genome projects and their study methods so that researchers can consult it and use it easily.
Embrace will use a “grid technology” by which a large number of geographically separated computers work in a network to


The European Middleware Initiative (EMI) is a close collaboration of the three major middleware providers, ARC, gLite and UNICORE, and other specialized software providers like dCache.

The project's mission is to deliver a consolidated set of middleware components for deployment in EGI (as part of the Unified Middleware Distribution - UMD), PRACE and other DCIs, extend the interoperability and integration with emerging computing models, strengthen the reliability and manageability of the services and establish a sustainable model to support, harmonise and evolve the middleware, ensuring it responds effectively to the requirements of the scientific communities relying on it.


The ENACTS Infrastructure Co-operation Network brings together 14 European organisations representing High Performance Computing centres and their users. Participants are drawn from across Europe and represent both traditional centres and smaller start-up centres. They also represent users of different classes of computers, from supercomputers to networked PCs. Through the Study Projects they undertake and through their General Meetings, they will work towards a European "Virtual

Entella, Sicily

Realtime DTM navigation, integration with GIS data and geomagnetic investigations.
Software: Grass