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Strengthening Science: How Effective is Horizon2020 So Far?

OpenAIRE has been used as a source for data to measure the 'impact' of Horizon2020 so far. Open Access is a vital part of that...
The EC has released an interim set of working documents to measure the impact and effectiveness of the Horizon2020 Work Programme. Although it is still in the early days, the Work Programme is proving so far a success in terms of relevance, efficiency,  and coherence.

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DKRZ_logo_3DThe German Climate Computational Center (DKRZ) is a national German facility, providing state-of-the-art super-computing data service and other associated services to the German and also the international scientific community to conduct top of the line Earth System and Climate Modelling. DKRZ operates a fully scalable supercomputing system designed for and dedicated to earth system modelling. DKRZ is currently replacing its high performance computing system with a new 7640 core IBM Power6 supercomputer with a peak performance of 140 TeraFlops and will upgrade its mass storage system to a capacity of at least 60 PetaByte. Associated services provided by DKRZ include general user support as well as specific support in scientific computing. DKRZ plays an active role within the German e-science initiative and is a leading partner within the Collaborative Climate Community Data and Processing Grid (C3-Grid, see also http://www.c3grid.de/) as well as the FP7 project IS-ENES (Infrastructure for the European Network for Earth System Modelling"). Together with the Model and Data group - which will be integrated into DKRZ in 2010 - DKRZ operates the ICSU World Data Centre for Climate (WDCC) which archives and disseminates more than 340 TB climate model data and related observations. All WDCC data are accessible by a standard web-interface (cera.wdcc-climate.de). WDCC/DKRZ acts as one of the three data nodes for the next IPCC assessment report. The data management for CMIP5/IPCC-AR5 will be shared between BADC (UK), PCMDI (US) and WDCC/DKRZ.
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