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Quarterly Report Number NGI Name Partner Name Author
QR10 NGI_AEGIS Institute of Physics Belgrade Dusan Vudragovic


1. MEETINGS AND DISSEMINATION

1.1. CONFERENCES/WORKSHOPS ORGANISED

Date Location Title Participants Outcome (Short report & Indico URL)
23/11/2012 School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade EGI Hands-On Training for AEGIS Site Administrators 8 Scientific Computing Laboratory of the Institute of Physics Belgrade organized training event for AEGIS Grid site administrators that was held on 23 November 2012 as a part of NA3 activity of EGI-InSPIRE project. Training was held at the School of Electrical Engineering of the University of Belgrade. The goal of this training was to introduce administrators of AEGIS sites with installation of services based on the latest versions of Grid middleware as well as with the EGI-InSPIRE monitoring and operations procedures.

More information are available at: http://www.scl.rs/news/833

1.3. PUBLICATIONS

Publication title Journal / Proceedings title Journal references
Volume number
Issue

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Authors
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D-wave Superconductivity on the Honeycomb Bilayer Phys. Rev. B 86 (2012) 214505; DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.86.214505 1. J. Vucicevic
2. M. Goerbig
3. M. V. Milovanovic

2. ACTIVITY REPORT

2.1. User Support achievements

In the reporting period, the number of Grid users within the NGI-AEGIS was significantly increased, so the total number of AEGIS VO members reached 134.

We have organized a training event for AEGIS Grid site administrators at the School of Electrical Engineering of the University of Belgrade. The goal of this training was to introduce administrators of AEGIS Grid sites with installation of services based on the latest versions of Grid middleware as well as with EGI-InSPIRE monitoring and operations procedures. Second part of the training aimed to attract representatives of the existing academic clusters to join AEGIS/EGI-InSPIRE Grid infrastructure.

We have provided various support to Serbian chemistry community: from introduction of new users to Grid services, usage of already available applications, to porting of new computational chemistry applications to Grid infrastructure. As a part of porting activity, ORCA (http://cec.mpg.de/forum/) application was deployed to AEGIS01-IPB-SCL resource center and made available to Grid users. This general-purpose tool for quantum chemistry, features a wide variety of standard quantum chemical methods ranging from semiempirical methods to DFT to single- and multireference correlated ab initio methods.

NGI_AEGIS Helpdesk (https://helpdesk.aegis.rs/) and NGI_AEGIS website (http://www.aegis.rs/) have been regularly maintained throughout this quarter, and after each new GGUS release our user support team participated in testing of GGUS-NGI_AEGIS Helpdesk interface functionality.

2.2. Plans

In the next quarter we will be focused on the update of outdated applications available on NGI_AEGIS Grid sites.

2.3. Issues and mitigation

Issue Description Mitigation Description


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