On 9th of July, 2018 in the frame of the 23-rd International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics -CHEP 2018 a plenary talk “Integrated HPC infrastructure for the Research Communities in South-East Europe” was given by Assoc. Prof. Emanouil Atanassov. The regional HPC and distributed computing initiative VI-SEEM together with the supporting services was presented as one of the most important providers of all kinds of electronic infrastructures in the region including Grid, Cloud, HPC, BigData, providing a single point of access for scientists in the region of South Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean.
CHEP 2018 is taking place on 9-13 July 2018 at the National Palace of Culture, Sofia, Bulgaria. The conference is organized by the Institute for Advanced Physical Studies, Sofia University, Plovdiv University, New Bulgarian University, Bourgas Free University, INRNE‐BAS, IICT-BAS and Sofia Municipality. Approximately 600 computing experts and scientists attended CHEP 2018. CHEP 2018 addressed challenges in data‐intensive experimental and computational science to stress the increasing importance of the computing‐related connections between high‐energy and nuclear physics and data‐intensive astronomy, X‐ray science and computational science.
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