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Grid Computing has, over the past few years, matured sufficiently to make it a viable solution for real-world problems. However, there are many different toolkits today that allow to build a Grid environment. And while this wealth of different solutions may offer techniques applicable to the widest possible range of computational problems, their very(More)
As the largest EU Grid project, it is one of the Enabling Grids for E-SciencE initiatives foremost goals to establish a production quality Grid infrastructure. Amongst EGEE's diverse duties the creation of a pan-European Grid training organisation plays a prominent role. Close to the end of the first project phase, this paper describes the training(More)
Two German High Performace Computing (HPC) centers (SCC & HLRS), as well as the Center for Interdisciplinary Risk and Innovation Studies (ZIRIUS) of the University of Stuttgart have jointly created a program to relay knowledge about simulations to students at secondary schools. Through this program they want to narrow the gap between visibility and(More)
Simulierte Welten (engl. " Simulated Worlds ") relays HPC knowledge at secondary schools in the German state of Baden Wuerttemberg, through the collection, design and provision of related material, the documentation of successful teaching concepts, as well as direct interaction with teachers and scholars. The project was initiated by High Performance(More)
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