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The EGI Knowledge Base is part of the EGI Design Study, a project funded by the European Union under contract number 211693

The EGI Knowledge Base is intended to provide up to date information on National Grid Initiatives (NGIs), and increasingly detailed plans for the future European Grid Infrastructure. For questions or comments, please write us at knowledge@eu-egi.eu

  • NEW! The EGI Functions area has been updated with contents from the EGI_DS D3.1 deliverable.
    We have also added the new EGI Business Model section.


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National Grid Initiatives in Europe

To view an article about an individual NGI, click on its country or type the country name in the search box to the left.

United KingdomIrelandCyprusIsraelNorwayFranceSpainPortugalItalySwitzerlandGermanyBelgiumNetherlandsPolandSwedenFinlandDenmarkEstoniaLatviaLithuaniaCzech RepublicSlovakiaAustriaSloveniaCroatiaSerbiaMontenegroGreeceTurkeyBulgariaRomaniaMoldovaAlbaniaHungaryUkraineBelarusRussiaLuxembourgMalta
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The General EGI Area

The lefthand navigation bar contains links to the general areas of this Knowledge Base:

  • EGI Functions
    This area is dedicated to the discussion of the functions (roles) that EGI should fulfill, and to the definition of these functions.
  • Use Cases
    This area is being built to contain all the use cases gathered in relation to e-Infrastructures. The current list does not yet include the use cases that WP2 is gathering from the representatives of NGIs and related projects. These will be added - and this area considerably expanded - in the very near future.
  • European Projects
    In this area we describe some of the major e-Infrastructure projects in Europe. These include EGEE, DEISA, OMII-Europe, etc.
  • Application Areas
    This area aims to document all Grid-related activities, projects and Virtual Organisations, organised by application area (e.g. High Energy Physics, Biomedicine, Humanities, ...), with particular emphasis on European activities.
  • Legal Options
    This area is dedicated to the work of our legal team.
  • Internal
    This area is only visible to logged in registered users.

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