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    1111== Ongoing Projects == 
    1212||= Project =||= Logo =||= Description =||= Home Page =|| 
    13 || '''!ComPat''' || [[Image(logo_ComPat.png,center)]] || !ComPat aims to create a general mapping from a multiscale model to a multiscale computing pattern. Reusable software components will be created for each of the three computing patterns. MML specifications of multiscale models will be modified to include these components, and the modified MML will be converted to input for the high-level tools and middleware. The performance of the patterns will be tested and predicted. !ComPat will provide middleware services that are capable of efficient execution of multiscale applications, utilizing the concept of HPMC patterns, the Experimental Execution Environment (see below) as well as finally on production environments consisted of single or multiple Tier-0/1 computing resources. || [[http://www.compat-project.eu]] || 
     13|| '''!VECMA''' || [[Image(logo_ComPat.png,center)]] || Verified Exascale Computing for Multiscale Applications. 
     14The purpose of the VECMA project is to enable a diverse set of multiscale, multiphysics applications — from fusion and advanced materials through climate and migration, to drug discovery and the sharp end of clinical decision making in personalised medicine — to run on current multi-petascale computers and emerging exascale environments with high fidelity such that their output is “actionable”. || [[http://www.vecma-project.eu]] || 
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    2425== Finished Projects== 
    2526||= Project =||= Logo =||= Description =||= Home Page =|| 
     27|| '''!ComPat''' || [[Image(logo_ComPat.png,center)]] || !ComPat aims to create a general mapping from a multiscale model to a multiscale computing pattern. Reusable software components will be created for each of the three computing patterns. MML specifications of multiscale models will be modified to include these components, and the modified MML will be converted to input for the high-level tools and middleware. The performance of the patterns will be tested and predicted. !ComPat will provide middleware services that are capable of efficient execution of multiscale applications, utilizing the concept of HPMC patterns, the Experimental Execution Environment (see below) as well as finally on production environments consisted of single or multiple Tier-0/1 computing resources. || [[http://www.compat-project.eu]] || 
    2628|| '''PLGrid NG''' || [[Image(logo_PLGridNG.png,center)]] || Success of the PLGrid Plus project, in particular, the growing popularity of specialized tools and platforms prepared for the members of the first 13 strategic areas of science, led to a rapid increase in demand for related services to researchers in other fields. Therefore, the PL-Grid Consortium launched the PLGrid NG project ("New generation domain-specific services in the PL-Grid Infrastructure for Polish Science", 2014-2015), whose primary objective is to implement, within the PL-Grid Infrastructure, several dedicated computing services for groups of scientists representing 14 new research fields: Biology, Complex Networks, Computational Chemistry, eBalticGrid, Geoinformatics, Hydrology, Mathematics, Medicine, Metal Processing Technologies, Meteorology, Nuclear Power and CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics), Open Oxides, Personalized Medicine, UNRES. || [[http://www.plgrid.pl]] || 
    2729|| '''PL-Grid Plus''' || [[Image(logo_plgridplus.png,center)]] || The Polish Grid Infrastructure will be continuously maintained and extended: the new, 3-year project (2012-2014) has been started recently: “PLGrid Plus: Polish Roadmap toward Domain-Specific Infrastructure for Supporting Computational Science in European Research Area”. Its most important task is preparation of specific computing environments – so called domain grids – i.e., solutions, services and extended infrastructure (including software), tailored to the needs of different groups of scientists. These domain-specific solutions will be created for 13 groups of users, representing the strategic areas and important topics for the Polish and international science: !AstroGrid-PL, !HEPGrid, Nanotechnologies, Acoustics, Life Science, Chemistry and Physics, Ecology, !SynchroGrid, Energetics, Bioinformatics, Health, Materials, and Metallurgy. || [[http://www.plgrid.pl]] ||