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DIstributed Computing Environments (DICE) Team
We are a group of computer scientists and IT experts from the Department of Computer Science AGH and ACC Cyfronet AGH. We are a curiosity- and research-driven team, specializing in large-scale distributed computing, HPC, Web and Cloud technologies. We develop new methods, tools and environments and we apply these solutions in e-Science, healthcare and industrial domains.


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Projects with participation of Grzegorz Dyk

MAPPER (2010-2013)

MapperThe MAPPER project responded to the critical need by developing computational strategies, software and services for distributed multiscale simulations across disciplines, exploiting existing and evolving European e-Infrastructure. This project was driven by the computational needs of seven exemplary multiscale problems from a variety of disciplines including Systems Biology, Fusion, Physiology, Engineering and nano-Material Science. Mapper used and enhanced existing solutions to support the multiscale simulation community, building simulation systems such as GridSpace. More ...

UrbanFlood (2010-2012)

urbanfloodThe mission of the UrbanFlood project was investigating the use of sensors within flood embankments to support an online early warning system, real time emergency management and routine asset management. The Common Information Space (CIS) provides a means for integration, over the Internet, of Early Warning Systems, sensors and application programs for public information and decision support. More ...

PL-Grid (2009-2012)

pl-gridThe goal of the PL-Grid project was to provide the Polish scientific community with an IT supercomputing platform and a set of advanced tools to enable e-science research in various fields. This infrastructure is compatible with existing worldwide Grid frameworks. GridSpace2 is positioned as the basis for an advanced virtual laboratory environment for in-silico processing by Polish scientists, state authorities and crisis management teams. More ...

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