Bridging Latin America and Europe

In last week’s GRIDToday, it was revealed that the new EELA Project is off and running. As the article states, EELA (E-Infrastructure shared between Europe and Latin America) aims to

build a digital bridge between the existing e-Infrastructure initiatives that are in process of consolidation in Europe (in the framework of the European EGEE Project), and those that are emerging in Latin America, through the creation of a collaborative network that will share an interoperable Grid infrastructure to support the development and test of advanced applications.

Global cyberinfrastructure efforts have not been covered a great deal. The upcoming issue of CTWatch Quarterly will feature articles describing cyberinfrastructure in several countries around the globe, including Brazil, Australia, and Taiwan.

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