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Short summary of the meeting "LHC Computing GRID Spain: present and future"5m
COMPUTING CHALLENGES MEETING ( 10th October 2018):
Short summary of the meeting "LHC Computing GRID Spain: present status and future”
José F. Salt Cairols - IFIC
22nd September 2018 – CSIC Madrid
Objective of the meeting:
To have a meeting between the main researchers / responsables for the projects of LHC Computing GRID Spain and the new ‘FPA’ Management Team (Gestor del Programa Nacional) in order to inform about the present status and to discuss about the future. The LHC Computing GRID projects will request next year (2019)
Attendance: all the T1 and T2 sites IP’s or responsables :
CIEMAT, PIC, UAM, IFAE, IFCA, IFIC, UB, USC
Present situation: presentation of the sites
Note: COMCHA initiative/forum was mentioned with positive comments -> try to have a kind of convergence to request the ‘Computing & Software Spanish Nertwork’ -> to think about
How to face with the new computing challenges in HL-LHC ( mostly from the Infrastructure/Equipment point of view)
Usage of resources: HPC, Cloud, GPU, etc
List of Actions:
Usage of HPC Resources/Infrastructure
Coordination with the RES (Red Española de Supercomputación)
Meeting with BSC (Barcelona Supercomputing Center)
Preparation of a 4 sides Meeting between: Ministry / FPA Research Management / LCG-Spain / BSC / to expose needs and coordination.
To incorpórate RedIRIS in the discussion of the future plans to as infrastructure (ICTS) that provides the update of the Network.
To prepare a document on LHC Computing for the coming years that can be used for the preparation of projects next year (I have called it 'Internal MoU' of the Community 'LHC Computing GRID Spain') Deadline: prepared by the end of December 2018.
LHC Computing y EU Strategic Plan de HEP y Red de Computing:
2nd ‘round’ of the EU Strategic Plan in X CPAN Days in Salamanca : to send some input (¿)
to create and establish a ‘Network of LHC Computing Spain’ (to search for instruments/ opportunities to materialize it)
Set a new meeting of the LHC Computing GRID Spain in 4-5 weeks after this