JINR Member States

Collaboration with the JINR Member States

In the field of support and development of grid-technologies we work in close cooperation with the Russian institutes and scientific centers of the JINR member states and the countries which are the associated members of JINR (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Mongolia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan as well as Germany, the Republic of South Africa and Egypt). Official agreements on cooperation in the field of grid are signed with Belarus, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Mongolia, Poland, Romania, Slovak Republic, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Germany, Egypt and Republic of South Africa. The works of LIT and NSC KIPT (Kharkov) for the development of computing for the CMS experiment have been repeatedly supported by joint grants of the RFBR and the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

For the performance of duties the JINR within the limits of its participation in the international projects, and also for the purpose of popularization of grid-technologies by LIT employees, the research and test grid-infrastructure has been created and it is successfully used. Currently the gLite/EMI/UMD-based t-infrastructure consists of three JINR grid-sites, and also grid-sites of the Institute of High-Energy Physics (IHEP, Protvino), the Institute of mathematics and informational technologies of the Academy of Sciences of Republic of Uzbekistan (Tashkent), Sofia’s «St. Kliment Ohridski» University  (Sofia, Bulgaria), the N.N. Bogolyubov Institute of Theoretical Physics (Kiev, Ukraine), Kiev’s polytechnic institute (Kiev, Ukraine), B.Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (Kharkov, Ukraine) and L.N.Gumilyov Eurasian National University (Astana, Kazakhstan) and includes the necessary set of grid-services. The created infrastructure has been successfully put into operation to solve the problems in the grid environment within the limits of performance of duties of the JINR in various national and international projects, and also the training to work in the environment of grid- users, system administrators and students is conducted.

Useful links on national grid initiatives in the JINR member states:

Armenian National Grid Initiative Foundation: http://www.grid.am/index.php/Special:AGMainpage
Armenian-Georgian Grid for Physics: http://www.grid.am/index.php/Armenian-Georgian_Grid_for_Physics
Azerbaijan Research Education Network Association (AZRENA): http://www.azrena.org/
Belarusian Grid Certification Authority: http://ca.grid.by/default.htm
Network of National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (BASNET): http://www.bas-net.by
Bulgarian Grid Portal: http://www.grid.bas.bg/gate/index.php
Czech academic network (CESNET): http://www.ces.net/
GASuC  – Hungarian Grid Application Support Centre: http://www.lpds.sztaki.hu/gasuc/
MD-Grid – National Grid Initiative of Moldova: http://grid.md/
Polish Infrastructure for Supporting Computational Science in the European Research Space: http://www.plgrid.pl/en
Romanian National Grid Initiative: http://www.rogrid.ro/en/content/rogrid-ngi-consortium
Slovak Grid Initiative: http://www.slovakgrid.sk/index_en.php
GRID UA – Ukrainian user support center: http://grid.bitp.kiev.ua/
Ukraine National Grid Certification Authority website: https://ca.ugrid.org/

Reports of JINR member states representatives on grid-problematic
GRID conferences

Grid2012:
T. Kouba Prague TIER-2 operations

O.O. Sudakov, A.O. Salnikov, I.A. Sliusar, O.V. Savytskyi, Yu.V. Boyko Application of the ukrainian grid infrastructure in joint projects of Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University

B.A. Dumitru, A. Sevcenco, I. Stan, S. Zgura A status report on clustering and services deployed at ISS datacenter. Grid services deployed at ISS and usage statistics

O.O. Bunetskyi, K.A. Klimenko, L.G. Levchuk, S.T. Lukyanenko, D.V. Soroka, P.V. Sorokin, A.S. Pristavka The development of computing center NSC KIPT for data processing

M.R.C. Trusca, S.Albert, F. Farcas, M.L. Soran, I. Szabo Temperature monitoring in grid infrastructure

F. Farcas, G. Popeneciu, M.R.C. Trusca Green technology used for ATLAS processing

A.V. Zinchenko, S.N. Kodak VALERIA – the failproof distributed computations system

F.T. Adilova, R.R. Davronov Image processing by core clusterization algorithm

O.O. Bunetskyi, K.A. Klimenko, S.T. Lukyanenko, L.G. Levchuk, D.V. Soroka, A.S. Pristavka Monitoring of operation of the hardware elements of a specialized computer system of NSC KIPT for data handling from the large hadron collider

K.A. Klimenko, L.G. Levchuk, D.V. Soroka, P.V. Sorokin, A.S. Pristavka Accounting system of using grid-resources on the basis of monitoring tools with open original code ZABBIX and the APEL software

S.V. Minukhin, S.V. Baranik, S.V. Znakhur, R.I. Zubatyuk Efficient algorithm of scheduling for heterogeneous clusters based on Maui

M. Dulea, S,. Constantinescu, M. Ciubancan, T. Ivanoaica, C. Placinta, I.T. Vasile, D. Ciobanu-Zabet Grid and HPC support for national participation in large-scale collaborations

A. Elizbarashvili ATLAS Tier-3 in Georgia

D. Ermak, V. Mossolov, S. Yanush By-ncphep Tier-3: Current Status

B. Batnyam, D. Bolormaa Possibilities of creating a grid-structure for nanotransistors simulation

R. Goranova Architecture of a SOA-based bpm platform for EGI

G. Testyanszky, T. Kiss, T. Kukla, S. Winter, J. Kovacs, Z. Farkas, P. Kacsuk Combining desktop and service grids to support e-scientists to run simulations

A. Gatsenko, A. Baskova, Yu. Gordienko Application of desktop grid technology in material science

Grid2010:
H. Astsatryan, V. Sahakyan, Yu. Shoukourian Brief Introduction of Armenian National Grid Initiative
M. Ciubancan, S. Constantinescu, I. Vasile, M. Dulea GRID AND HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING INFRASTRUCTURE AT THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR PHYSICS AND NUCLEAR ENGINEERING ‘HORIA HULUBEI’
O.Bunecky, S.Zub, S.Lukyanenko, L.Levchuk, D.Soroka, A.Pristavka “Monitoring of NSC KIPT specialized computing complex for CMS (CERN) data processing” (in Russian)
T. Kouba, M. Lokajicek, J. Chudoba, J. Svec Prague WLCG Tier-2 Report

Grid2008:
A.O. Alkin, D.M. Karpenko, E.S. Martynov, S.Ya. Svistunov GRID COMPUTING FOR SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH IN THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCE, UKRAINE
A.A. Moskovsky, V.F. Zadneprovsky, M.R. Kovalenko, S.M. Abramov, U.V. Anishchanka, O.P. Tchizh , A.M. Krishtofik IMPLEMENTATION OF GRID COMPONENT IN “SKIF-GRID” SUPERCOMPUTING PROJECT OF RUSSIA AND BELARUS
M. Burdik, J. Chudoba, T. Kouba TIER2 SITE MONITORING
C. Alexa, D. Banciu, I. Bildea, M. Ciubancan, S. Constantinescu, M. Dulea, F. Farcas, A. Herisanu, E. Pauna, M. Petrovici, T. Preda, S. Stoica, C. Schiaua, I. Stan, N. Tapus, S. Zgura ROMANIAN TIER-2 FEDERATION-NATIONAL CONTRIBUTION TO THE WLCG COLLABORATION
L.G. Levchuk, S.T. Lukyanenko, D.V. Soroka, P.V. Sorokin, S.S. Zub, O.O. Bunetskyi PECULIARITIES OF THE ARCHITECTURE OF KHARKOV INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS AND TECHNOLOGY (KIPT) GRID-CLUSTER
F.T. Adilova, D.D. Akhmedov, R.Sh. Ibragimov, R.K. Bazarov GRID-COMPUTING AND MULTIAGENT SYSTEMS: NEW ASPECT OF TELEMEDICINE DEVELOPMENT
Grid2006:
H. Astsatryan, V. Karamov, Yu. Shoukourian, V. Sahakyan ARMENIAN EXPERIMENTAL SCIENTIFIC EDUCATIONAL GRID SEGMENT BENCHMARKING
F.T. Adilova, R.S. Sadullaev PROBLEMS OF GRID CREATION AND DEVELOPMENT IN UZBEKISTAN
V.Dimitorv, R.Goranova SOFIA University GRID farm (in Russian)

NEC symposiums

NEC’2013
Lokajicek Milos (Institute of Physics, AS Czech Republic) Tier 2 center in Prague.
Oganezov Hovhannes (Alikhanyan National Science Laboratory, Armenia) Armenian ATLAS Tier3 site.
Bondyakov Aleksey (Institute of Physics of Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, Azerbaijan) Conception of GRID in Azerbaijan. <
Kvatadze R., Modebadze Z. (Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia) Research Network in Georgia.
Svistunov Sergiy, Pelykh Vladimir, Shadura Oksana (Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine) Usage of cloud platform in datacenter in datacenter BITP for resource and energy efficiency.
Mossolov V., Yanush S., Yermak Dzmitry (NCPHEP, Minsk, Belarus) NCPHEP ATLAS/CMS Tier3: status update.

NEC’2011:
A.Ismayilov (Institute of Physics, Azerbaijan). Creating a distributed computing grid of Azerbaijan for collaborative research
A.Aliyev (Institute of Physics, Azerbaijan). Research and Educational Network in Azerbaijan
S.Svistunov ( Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretucal Physics, Kiev). Ukrainian Grid Infrastructure. Current state
T. Ivanoaica (‘Horia Hulubei’ National Institute for Physics and Nuclear Engineering, Romania). GriNFiC, the Romanian Computing Grid for Physics and Related Areas
F. Farcas (National Institute for Research and Development of Isotopic and Molecular Technologies, Romania). Development of INCDTIM Datacenter using “green IT”
V.Dimitrov (University of Sofia). Business Processes in the Context of Grid and SOA
T.Kouba (Institute of Physics, Prague). Tier 2 monitoring progress
S.Yanush (NC PHEP BSU, Belarus). BY-NCPHEP: On the way to ATLAS/CMS Tier 3
A.Elizbarashvili (Tbilisi State University). ATLAS Tier-3s
D.Soroka (NSC Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology). LHC data analysis at KIPT CMS Tier-2 center

NEC’2009:
J. Kitowski (Institute of Computer Sci. & Academic Computer Centre CYFRONET AGH University of Science and Technology). National Grid initiative in Poland for supporting computational science in the European research space
M. Lokajicek (Institute of Physics AS CR, Czech Republic). Prague Tier2 computing centre evolution
T. Kouba (Institute of Physics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic). A centralized administration of the Grid infrastructure using cfengine
V. Dimitrov (Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, University of Sofia, Bulgaria). Experience with gLite at University of Sofia
L. Levchuk (NSC Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology, Ukraine). Preparation of KIPT (Kharkov) computing facilities for CMS data analysis

NEC’2007:
H. Palka (H. Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics, PAN, Poland). HEP GRID computing in Poland
F.D. Buzatu (Horia Hulubei National Institute for Physics and Nuclear Engineering, Magurele – Bucharest, Romania). Romanian Physics Grid: recent progress and outlook
L. Fiala, J. Chudoba, T. Kouba, J. Kundrat, M. Lokajicek, J. Svec1,2, J. Kosina, J. Krasova1, J. Schovancova2, J. Kmunicek, A. Krenek, D. Kouril, L. Matyska, M. Ruda, Z. Salvet2,3, M. Mulac, J. Sitera2,4, M. Vocu2,5 (1 Institute of Physics, Academy of sciences of the Czech Republic; 2 CESNET, z.s.p.o.; 3 Institute of Computer Science, Masaryk University; 4 CIV, University of West Bohemia in Pilsen; 5 Institute of Computer Science, Charles University). Status of the GRID in the Czech Republic
T. Kouba (FZU, Prague). Experience with monitoring of Prague T2 Site
E. Magradze (TSU HEPI, Georgia). Construction of computational segment at TSU HEPI
V. Dimitrov (University of Sofia, Bulgaria). Development of applications with service- oriented architecture for Grid

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