Along with vaccines and drugs, ventilation techniques are becoming a powerful weapon against the coronavirus. These devices clean the air of indoor spaces, such as classrooms, disposing of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. However, to construct and install fitting devices, researchers must first learn, how viable the virus is and how air cleaning systems can get rid of it in suitable time — before infection occurs. Recently, scientists at NCSA in Bulgaria performed simulations to examine these factors and laid the groundwork for anti-virus ventilation systems for classroom and other populated indoor locations.
Peer Review Officer PRACE – Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe Brussels, Belgium Responsible to: Managing Director Working with: Primarily: PRACE staff, Access Committee and Board of Directors, PRACE Implementation Phase (PRACE-6IP and successive) and
PRACE, the Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe, teamed up with the ICEI Project and the Fenix Research Infrastructure to deliver highly advanced computing services to European researchers. The PRACE Research Infrastructure provides access to
Closed! The next cut-off date for PRACE Preparatory Access Type C and D proposals is open until 1 December 2020, 11:00 CET! The preparatory access will provide you the opportunity to optimise, scale and test
On behalf of PRACE, Dr Janne Ignatius, Programme Director at CSC – IT Center for Science Ltd and Chair of the PRACE Council, is pleased to announce that Dr Florian Berberich has been appointed by
PRACE 21st Call for Proposals Continues Support to Ground-breaking Research in Academia and Industry
The 21st Call for Proposals for PRACE Project Access received 63 eligible proposals, of which 51 were awarded, a total of 2.45 billion core hours. This brings the total number of Project Access projects awarded