Successful event at Budapest

The Workshops on e-Science Workflows event started with a great interest in Budapest. Besides the weather was not doing its best, we had over 20 registrations showed up on Thursday early afternoon. The workshop had two half-days, the first was organised by the SHIWA project to introduce the technology SHIWA has developed so far to help the collaboration of different workflow communities. The second half-day was organised by EGI.

People came from many different countries, the furthest way someone took for the workshop was from the USA, but there were people from Turkey and Finland as well. Great conversations were sparked off after the presentations with many questions and hopefully some good collaborations were started in Budapest.


Read more at GridCast - http://gridtalk-project.blogspot.com/2012/02/e-science-workflows-in-budapest.html



 SHIWA (project number 261585) was supported by a Grant from the European Commission's  FP7 INFRASTRUCTURES-2010-2 call under grant agreement n°261585
Provided by the MTA SZTAKI Computer  and Automation Research Institute - Maintained by Laboratory of Parallel and Distributed Computing with Free and Open Source Software (2010)