Overview of Virtual Team projects
|EGI Activity groups||Special Interest groups||Policy groups||Virtual teams||Distributed Competence Centres|
|EGI Virtual teams:||Main •||Active Projects •||Closed Projects •||Guidelines|
The following is a list Virtual team projects, that have been initiated and run by EGI.
- For background information please read the introduction to the Virtual teamframework.
- For the list of NGI International Liaisons please go to http://www.egi.eu/about/ngis/NILs.html.
Starting and finishing a project can be daunting tasks and they certainly depend on a sound understanding of what is to be achieved, by whom, for whom and by when. Defining the achievable aims and objectives of the project and the resources (human and material) that are realistically available are essential at the very start for any chance of success. At the end of the project, the output needs to be delivered to whoever commissioned the project - this needs to be backed by a Final Project Report that confirms (or otherwise) that what was promised at the beginning is being delivered at the end. A Project Initiation Document and a Final Project Report are available in template form as a source of guidance for all those starting new Virtual Team projects. These are not obligatory formats for VTs but all VT leaders should read the guidance.
Active Virtual Team projects
Projects are asked to use VT Template Wiki page
|Project||Area||Project status||Project leader||Start date
|VT Promoting Desktop Grids||Community||Running||Robert Lovas/IDGF-SP project coordinator||2013-11-01|
|Support for genome analysis and protein folding||Platform porting||Running||Afonso Duarte/ITQB-UNL||2014-04-23|
|VT Life Science Data Integration||Platform porting||Running||Fotis E. Psomopoulos/AUTH||2014-12-01|
|Scalable Access to Federated Data||Technology||Running||Lukasz Dutka/CYFRONET||2015-04-01|