Serving the 99% of users
Wednesday, September 28, 2016 - 16:00
Chair: Simon Leinen
Over the past decades, e-Infrastructures have mostly addressed scientific communities with somewhat extreme computing needs. These communities often share other infrastructure such as expensive scientific instruments, leading to a high degree of institutional organization. The majority of scientific activity happens outside such "Big Science" structures. How can we address e-Infrastructure needs of this segment, sometimes called the "long tail of science" or (in the HPC community) the "missing middle"?
|E-Infrastructures for the Bioinformatics long tail of science: a user perspective||Fotis Psomopoulos (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)|
|Serving the long tail||Giuseppe La Rocca (EGI.eu)|
|EGI FedCloud in Digital Humanities||Davor Davidovic (Rudjer Boskovic Institute)|