Today, on September 28th, the first dedicated network connection was initiated for the innovative SAR-GRAV laboratory, located in the former Sos Enattos mine area in Lula (NU), Sardinia. This site is Italy's candidate to host the future large research infrastructure in Europe for the study of gravitational waves, known as the Einstein Telescope.
GARR offers a new training opportunity on the ACME protocol dedicated to all those in the GARR CS community who manage SSL certificate renewals. Certificate renewals occur with increasingly frequent deadlines, and the ACME protocol is a valid ally.
GARR 2022 Annual Report is now available online, providing an overview of the network's developments, services and activities carried out by the entire team throughout the year.
On the occasion of European Cybersecurity Month (ECSM), GÉANT organises the Become a Cyber Hero campaign, which includes a series of training activities, including webinars and online panels, held in English by security experts from the research community across Europe.
The Open Science Café, the monthly appointment with Open Science, is back. The first date of this new edition is Thursday 14 September with "Generative artificial intelligence and copyright", a webinar held by the lawyer Simone Aliprandi on the topic of applied copyright to creative productions generated by artificial intelligence.
A new multimedia gallery on the 2023 GARR conference is now available online. It contains photos, interviews and complete videos of the presentations held at the event that took place from 14 to 16 June at the Novoli campus of the University of Florence.
The world of Open Science and the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) is gearing up for two prominent events to be held in Madrid, as part of the Spanish Presidency of the European Union's events, and the Skills4EOSC project, coordinated by GARR, will play a central role in both of these prestigious occasions.
Thanks to an innovative multi-domain spectrum sharing, GARR and GÉANT have connected two data centers over 1000 km apart at 1.6 Tbps: the CNAF in Bologna and the CERN computing center in Geneva.
GARR has released the Gender Equality Plan 2023-2025 (GEP) to actively support gender equality and promote the evolution of an increasingly inclusive organization.