Come and meet INDIGO-DataCloud at DI4R in Kraków, 28-30 September

Wednesday, September 28, 2016 to Friday, September 30, 2016


The Digital Infrastructures for Research 2016 (28-30 September, Kraków) is the first user-focused conference jointly organised by Europe's leading e-infrastructures and projects. DI4R2016 is organised by EGIEUDATGÉANTOpenAIRE and RDA Europe, and is hosted by ACC Cyfronet AGH, Kraków's academic computing centre. The event is designed with research communities in mind. "Research and Education are two big fields deserving the best infrastructures available to keep Europe a world leader," says David Foster (CERN), Chair of the Programme Committee. "To achieve this we all have to work together and that is why this conference brings together people from all disciplines and all infrastructures to work on the shared vision and solve the problems that stand in our way."

The INDIGO-Data Cloud project will be joining the conference and it is represented at the following sessions:


Application Integration Session, Thursday, September 29, 2016 - 11:30

Apply User-driven Approach in Service Development: the INDIGO experience. Yin Chen, Marco Fargetta

The INDIGO-DataCloud Service portfolio and public/private usage scenarios, Thursday, September 29, 2016 - 16:00

This entire session will be focused on the description of the achievements of the INDIGO-DataCloud project and on their applicability to concrete implementations in scientific domains, e-infrastructures and resource providers.

Poster sessions

  • INDIGO-DATA CLOUD EC project: a case study applied to MuseiD-Italia, the Italian National Museums Digital Library, Luca Martinelli
  • INDIGO-DATA CLOUD EC project: A study case applied to one of the EMSO Research Infrastructure Deep sea Observatories, Stephen Monna
  • INDIGO-DataCloud infrastructure applied to Large Binocular Telescope Distributed Archive, Andrea Bignamini
  • INDIGO-DataCloud Services for Algae Bloom Forecasting, Fernando Aguilar Gomez
  • Using INDIGO DataCloud to deploy Virtual Infrastructures for Medical Imaging Biomarkers, Ignacio Blanquer


INDIGO-Data Cloud has recently released its first service catalogue, with the ambitious goal of providing all researchers and resource centres from all disciplines in Europe with a practical guide to identify the best services to download and use to improve the quality of their research activities.

You can find more information on the services on the INDIGO website and we hope to see you at the DI4R event in Krakow!