The event “Lecture organized by the Corvers-MSM Chair in Innovation Procurement" will take place the 20th March at 16:00 at the Maastricht School of Management in Maastricht, Netherlands by Professor Nicola Dimitri and Dr. Anne Rainville.
The meeting aims to provide an overview of the economic, legal and practical considerations behind the legal instruments designed by Europe to foster the innovation procurement.
In November 2016, 4 Consortia won the HNSciCloud tender and started to develop the designs for the hybrid cloud platform. At the beginning of February 2017, the four consortia met at CERN to present their proposals to the buyers. After the submission of their designs, the consortia were asked to prepare their bids for the prototyping phase.
HNSciCloud has recently come out with a Press Release detailing the outcomes of the Bidding Phase as established in the HNSciCloud Tender Awards Ceremony and Design Phase Kickoff held in Lyon on November 2nd, 2016.
On the 2nd November 2016, the awards ceremony for the successful bidders of the Helix Nebula Science Cloud tender is taking place in Lyon, France, at the CC-IN2P3 (CNRS) premises, one of the main academic data centres in France and a procurer of the Helix Nebula Science Cloud (HNSciCloud).
On September 23rd, 2016, The Surf Cooperative published a video regarding SURFcumulus. SURFcumulus is the hybrid infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) service from SURFnet. It provides your institution with an integrated range of IaaS services. You can let SURFnet take care of administration of the services.
Europe's leading e-infrastructures invited all researchers, developers and service providers for three days of brainstorming and discussions at the Digital Infrastructures for Research event (28-30 September 2016). HNSciCloud was represented at the session on Procuring cloud services for the public research sector on September 28th, chaired by David Foster.
Sept 19 – Earlier today, the Helix Nebula Science Cloud Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP) Tender closed. The deadline at noon brought an end to the period in which bids on the €5.3 Million project were accepted.