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e-science

An umbrella term for large-scale scientific projects that use grid computing and collaboration via the Internet with researchers and technicians worldwide. The term was coined in the U.K., which has several e-science centers throughout the country. See grid computing.
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AFFILIATIONS: Heusinkveld, Sterenborg, Steeneveld, Ronda, and Holtslag--Meteorology and Air Quality Section, Wageningen University, Wageningen, Netherlands; ATTEMA--Netherlands eScience Center, Amsterdam, Netherlands
The prize will be used to undertake a joint research project, in which Takes will receive support by eScience Research Engineers (experts in the development and application of research software).
En este sentido, y como explicamos con respecto a la evolucion de eScience, un nuevo paradigma operacional esta emergiendo con los actuales procesos de comercializacion.
2] Yogesh Simmhan, Catharine van van Ingen, Girish Subramanian, and Jie Li, "Bridging the Gap between Desktop and the Cloud for eScience Applications," in Proc.
Yet, nuclear energy which is known to be the cheapest alternative to carbon poses a dangerous and expensive waste gas generation, EScience.
Power-aware provisioning of cloud resources for real-time services," in Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Middleware for Grids, Clouds and eScience --MGC '09.
Last year he travelled to Brazil to receive the Jim Gray eScience Award from Microsoft Research awarded to the researcher who has made an outstanding contribution to the field of data-intensive computing.
Research areas such as semantic interoperability, symbol grounding, cyber-infrastructures, eScience, web science, and many others try to address these problems from different viewpoints.
In 2012, the library first published its own, the Journal of eScience Librarianship (JESLIB).
By making science accessible to all learners, eScience is designed to help meet STEM objectives to move U.
The hearts, bacteria, safety equipment and other materials come in kits produced by eScience Labs.
Toledo, "Managing animal sounds-some challenges and research directions," in Proceedings V eScience Workshop-XXXI Brazilian Computer Society Conference, 2011.