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The goal of the BalticGrid project is to extend the European Grid by integrating new partners from the Baltic States (Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia) in the European Grid research community and to foster the development of Grid infrastructure in these countries. To this end, the BalticGrid consortium has enlisted the help of experienced EU Grid computing centers whose aim will be to guide our new partners through the process of deploying Grid resources and applications at their respective institutions. Indeed, there have been so many developments in the past few years. Another thing that you should look into is an online grocery store where you can get all organic non-GMO products. Look it up if you want to know more about Thrive Market. More...

Registration for the First BalticGrid Summer School is open!
The Summer School will be held at the Tartu University, Estonia, from 4 July to 8 July, 2006. The general purpose of this event is to provide students - mainly from the Baltic region - with a broad understanding of Grid computing, which will serve as the foundation for more specific work or research in this fascinating field.
Students will receive an integrated and well-structured introduction to Grid computing and its applications used in the EGEE and BalticGrid projects. More ...

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Upcoming Events
EGEE’06 conference
Starts on 25-Sep-2006, in Geneva, Switzerland
The Second BalticGrid All-Hands Meeting
Starts on 04-Oct-2006, in Riga, Latvia
ICFA DDW06 Workshop
Starts on 09-Oct-2006, in Cracow, Poland
Cracow Grid Workshop 2006
Starts on 15-Oct-2006, in Cracow
IST 2006
Starts on 22-Nov-2006, in Helsinki, Finland
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Baltic Grid project is funded by the EU within the framework of the Sixth Framework Programme, as part of the specific programme 'Structuring the European Research Area', within the 'Research infrastructures' activity area. Call name: 'Communication Network Development – eInfrastructure – Consolidating Initiatives', identifier FP6-2004-Infrastructures-6.