EGI Conference 2020, Amsterdam 2-4 November

EGI Conference 2020, Amsterdam 2-4 November

The 2020 edition of the EGI conference will take place in Amsterdam, from the 2nd until the 4th of November.

With our theme “Federated infrastructures for connected communities” we aim to bring together science, computing, and (international) collaboration through a diverse and interactive programme. This year’s conference programme focuses on a variety of topics that relate most to the EGI community:

Novel technical solutions
Existing and emerging use cases and solutions for Big Data, HTC, HPC, Accelerated Computing integration

Machine Learning, AI Platforms
Distributed Ml, AI and data analytics in a federated environment

Hybrid multi-clouds and cloud federations
Cloud federation use cases, business models, architectures and reference implementations for science, e-Government and industry; federated service management approaches at local, national and international level

Research Community success stories through the EGI Federation
Success stories on how scientific excellence has been enabled through the federation of national, regional and international e-Infrastructures and in particular the EGI Federation

Federated Access Services for distributed digital infrastructures
Emerging requirements, technical solutions and policies needed to enable federated authentication, authorization, accounting, monitoring, and discoverability of data, software, applications and all research outputs for open science

Frontiers in scientific computing in Natural Sciences, Health and Medicine, Engineering and Technology, Agricultural Sciences, Social Sciences and Humanities
Future directions in technology, infrastructure provisioning and collaboration for exabyte-scale computing in all scientific disciplines, Open Science, Data analytics platforms and virtual research environments for integrated data-compute services

Conference website:

Call for abstract:

For further questions, do not hesitate to contact: dimple.sokartara

**Deadline for presentations, demonstrations and sessions extended to 15 July**


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