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May 2 - June 22, 2011: DECI: New call by PRACE for proposals also for Tier-1 resources

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Aug 7-12, 2011: Second European-US Summer School on HPC Challenges in Computational Sciences

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April 27, 2011: DEISA Newsletter, Vol. 1, 2011

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April 13, 2011: DEISA Digest 2011 published

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April 13-14, 2011: DEISA PRACE Symposium 2011 in Helsinki

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Mar 29-31, 2011: DEISA and PRACE Joint Spring School

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Dec 22, 2010: DEISA Newsletter, Vol. 5, 2010

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Nov 17, 2010: DEISA @ Supercomputing 2010

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Oct 28, 2010: DEISA Newsletter, Vol. 4, 2010

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Oct 27, 2010: EU-US Summerschool featured in iSTWG

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Oct 4-7, 2010: European-US Summer School on HPC Challenges in Computational Sciences

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Articles available for press use

These articles are freely available for the use of the press. High resolution are available upon request (contact: kirsti.turtiainen@csc.fi).

A new coupling method for simulating combustion processes

Using DEISA research infrastructure Olivier Gicquel, his research team at the EM2C laboratory of the Ecole Centrale of Paris, and the IDRIS team at CNRS in France have developed a new method for simulating combustion processes that will have a real and practical impact on a number of industrial applications. (17.3.2008) Read more and download the article in rtf format.

New oceanographic models for ocean analysis and forecasting

Pierre Bahurel and his team from Mercator Ocean in France have, together with ESEOO in Spain, developed new oceanographic models that will help us to understand the evolution of the climate over the last decades and to provide an ocean analysis and forecasting service on a daily basis. (10.3.2008) Read more and download the article in rtf format.

Membrane fusion and the SNARE protein complex

Utilizing DEISA computing resources, Marc Baaden, his research team in Paris, France, and colleagues from France, the United Kingdom and Austria, have modeled a protein complex that acts as a catalyst in the fusion of two membranes. This exceptionally complex model could not have been constructed without the distributed European computation capacity offered by DEISA. Understanding the functioning of proteins will open up new opportunities for pharmaceutical development. (5.11.2007) Read more and download the article in rtf format.

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