The projects we implement are a response to the scientific, business and society communities needs. Their main aim is broadly understood development, tool support, and competence improvement. When achieving the goals, projects are carried out individually and in consortia. Below is a list of currently implemented projects, in the period of durability, as well as projects carried out by CI TASK users.
The main objective of the project is to provide advanced HPC (High Performance Computing) computing services and a platform for storing and exchanging data for the scientific community in Poland and other European countries, as well as enabling computer simulations in the field of industrial research.
Most Danych / Data Bridge
The main objectives of this project are: increasing the availability, improving the quality and increasing the possibility of reusing the scientific resources of the most important universities in Pomerania (GUT, UG, MUG) by creating a center for collecting and sharing research data on the open access platform and their analysis in order to implement new scenarios by scientists research.
Green computing is currently a popular trend and need among European and world computing centers. The basic assumption is to use the existing computing infrastructure in such a way to minimize electricity consumption without significantly affecting the efficiency of calculations and the quality level of the services provided.
WRF METEOPG is a weather forecasting system, operating and developed since 2018 at the TASK IT Center at the Gdańsk University of Technology, which uses the WRF 4.1 model. The forecasts from the WRF METEOPG are available to the IMWM-PIB under the signed cooperation agreement between the Gdańsk University of Technology and the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management from 2019.
The aim of the project is to build and equip with advanced IT infrastructure (including a supercomputer) a new intelligent facility of the STOS Competence Center (Smart and Transdisciplinary KnOwledge Services), the key element of which will be an underground server room (so-called "bunker"), meeting the highest security standards.
The main objective of the project is to provide advanced HPC (High Performance Computing) computing services and data for the scientific community in Poland and Europe, as well as to enable calculations in the field of industrial research.
PRACE (Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe – Fourth Implementation Phase)
PRACE provides scientists and engineers in Europe with HPC infrastructure and services with computing performance of PFLOPS, comparable to the best available services of this type in the world.
The aim of the project is to increase the efficiency of intelligent clouds by increasing the number of concurrent users without interfering with the infrastructure and using less energy.