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HNSciCloud at CHEP 2018 Conference
CHEP 2018 will address 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.
HNSciCloud Hybrid Cloud for Science will be presented to the 600+ High Energy and Nuclear Physics experts and scientists expected to attend CHEP 2018.
HNSciCloud Early adopters and the two contracting consortia, lead by T-Systems and RHEA Group, will showcase their cloud-based pilot services to the CHEP community and interact with them on how they can perform trials with their own applications. Potential new users from different public and private sector research organizations will see several use cases deployed by existing procurers of the innovative services. IT administrators will be given practical information on the prerequisites to deploy services in their environments.
CHEP 2018 will take 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.
The CHEP 2018 timetable is available here https://indico.cern.ch/event/587955/timetable/#20180709.
For specific questions about the HNSciCloud Session please write to HNSciCloud-PO@cern.ch
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