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GridCast goes to Lyon for the EGI Technical Forum

e-Science Talk poster for EGI Technical Forum in Lyon, France, with a graphical lion, speech bubbles and text.
e-Science Talk poster for EGI Technical Forum in Lyon, France. Image courtesy Andre-Pierre Olivier.

This week researchers and scientists are gathered in Lyon, France, for the EGI Technical Forum, held between the 19th and 23rd September 2011.

The conference aims to review the European grid community's plans to progress towards the adoption of a federated virtualized infrastructure for European researchers. Steven Newhouse, Director of the European Grid Infrastructure (EGI) said, "it will be a great opportunity to learn more about the state of the art e-Infrastructure in Europe, including standards development and the community's long-term plans for offering cloud interfaces to our users."

The event will also feature an exhibition area for active organizations within the EGI community (companies, National Grid Initiatives and projects) to present their work.

If you can't be at the EGI Technical Forum yourself, but are keen to follow what's going on, don't fret. The e-Science Talk project has put together a team of bloggers who're posting live news, so you won't miss out. Go to the GridCast blog to find out more.

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