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  • SEE-GRID-SCI: SEE-GRID eInfrastructure for regional eScience
    The South East European eInfrastructure initiatives are committed to ensuring equal participation of the less resourced countries of the region in European trends SEEREN initiative has established a regional network and its GÉANT connection and the SEE GRID initiative the regional Grid SEE GRID SCI leverages the SEE eInfrastructure to enable new scientific collaborations among user communities and stimulates widespread eInfrastructure uptake by new user groups extending over the region fostering collaboration and providing advanced capabilities to more researchers with an emphasis on strategic groups in seismology meteorology and environmental protection The initiative thus aims to have a catalytic and structuring effect on target user communities that currently do not directly benefit from the available infrastructures In parallel it aims to enlarge the regional eInfrastructure to cater for demands of the communities by increasing the computing and storage resources and involving new partner countries in the region Finally SEE GRID SCI targets to help mature and stabilise the National Grid Initiatives in the region allowing them to join the new era of longer term sustainable Grid infrastructure in Europe In longer term SEE GRID SCI aspires to contribute to the stabilisation and development of South East Europe by easing the

    Original URL path: http://www.scl.rs/scl-projects/completed-projects?id=477:see-grid-sci-see-grid-einfrastructure-for-regional-escience (2016-02-10)
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  • Electronic Structure Calculations of Complex Materials
    countries to collaborate on priority research areas The aim of the NATO Reintegration Grant is to support the reintegration of young Partner country scientists in their home countries after conducting research in NATO countries Reintegration Grants are intended to give the returning fellow the means necessary to start a scientific career in his home country and to establish a research team in the research institution of his choice A Reintegration Grant awarded to Dr Darko Tanaskovic is intended to support research activity on Electronic Structure Calculations of Complex Materials Thermodynamic and transport properties of novel strongly correlated materials like high temperature superconductors heavy fermions transition metal oxides and actinides will be calculated using dynamical mean field theory and its very recent extension LDA DMFT The proposed research is a direct continuation of the successful collaboration with Prof Vladimir Dobrosavljevic from National High Magnetic Field Laboratory in Tallahassee Florida USA It draws upon the expertise gained during the applicants doctoral studies at Florida State University The high performance computing resources at the Institute of Physics in Belgrade will greatly facilitate the fulfillment of the proposed program News 12 February 2016 SCL Seminar by Jelena Smiljanic 12 January 2016 In memoriam Nikola

    Original URL path: http://www.scl.rs/scl-projects/completed-projects?id=478:electronic-structure-calculations-of-complex-materilas (2016-02-10)
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  • LA@CERN: Learning with ATLAS@CERN
    The LA CERN consortium designs develops tests implements and disseminates an innovative pedagogical framework that supports effective dialogue between scientific research and communities at the moment when the new gigantic detector ATLAS is starting operation at CERN to explore the fundamental building blocks and forces of nature and to probe deeper into matter than ever before The project represents a reversal of science teaching pedagogy from mainly deductive to inquiry based approach that provides the means to increase interest in science The approach emphasizes curiosity and observations followed by problem solving and experimentation in both real and virtual settings These pedagogical concepts and learning practices are addressed by implementing a set of missions learning scenarios tailored to the needs of the diverse groups of learners employing advanced and interactive visualization technologies and also personalized ubiquitous learning paradigms in order to enhance the effectiveness and quality of the learning process In the framework of these missions users interact with a series of educational analysis tools that allow them to manipulate data and make their own discoveries The developed web based educational environment facilitate the proposed process by providing access to near real time data and interactive analysis tools 3D and 2D

    Original URL path: http://www.scl.rs/scl-projects/completed-projects?id=479:lacern-learning-with-atlascern (2016-02-10)
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  • Fast Converging Path Integral Approach to Bose-Einstein Condensation
    research A total of four PhD students two from each partner will participate in short term visits and all research activities The key aspect of their visits is to receive training relevant for their work on the joint research programme and to acquire relevant expertise The planned research aims to develop a new method for efficiently calculating path integrals by combining previously developed approaches of the two partners higher order effective actions approach Serbian group and recursive diagrammatical approach German group The integrated method will be then applied to the study of Bose Einstein condensation phenomenon This research will analyze in detail the relation of the new method to other established approaches such as Variational Perturbation Theory We also plan to extend our existing Monte Carlo codes so as to implement the above approaches to the study of Bose Einstein condensation in non inertial and electromagnetic traps and in related experimental setups Papers A Balaz I Vidanovic A Bogojevic and A Pelster Phys Lett A 374 2010 1539 doi 10 1016 j physleta 2010 01 034 arxiv 1001 1463 I Vidanovic A Bogojevic A Balaz and A Belic Phys Rev E 80 2009 066706 doi 10 1103 PhysRevE 80 066706 arxiv 0911 5154 I Vidanovic A Bogojevic and A Belic Phys Rev E 80 2009 066705 doi 10 1103 PhysRevE 80 066705 arxiv 0911 5145 A Balaz A Bogojevic I Vidanovic and A Pelster Phys Rev E 79 2009 036701 doi 10 1103 PhysRevE 79 036701 arxiv 0806 4774 Activities and news related to the project 2008 12 24 PI BEC bilateral project with Germany approved 2009 03 03 SCL seminars on BEC 2009 03 11 SCL at University of Belgrade Faculty of Physics 2009 03 26 SCL at DPG09 2009 05 04 ICTP BEC conference 2009 07 10 SCL

    Original URL path: http://www.scl.rs/scl-projects/completed-projects?id=481:fast-converging-path-integral-approach-to-bose-einstein-condensation (2016-02-10)
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  • CX-CMCS: EU Centre of Excellence for Computer Modeling of Complex Systems
    of GRID technology SCL is a unit of the Institute of Physics in Belgrade The Institute contributes more than 10 of the total scientific output of Serbia and constantly ranks among the best R D institutions in the region SCL currently has 17 staff members and participates in several international and national projects including FP6 projects CX CMCS SEE GRID SEE GRID 2 EGEE II and Cost action P10 Physics of Risk SCL defines the current state of the art in high performance computing in the West Balkan region with its PARADOX cluster CX CMCS aims to reinforce the research capacity of the SCL by hiring young researchers providing training and mobility for the research staff upgrading the computing infrastructure The success of this endeavor will be measured through a benchmarking exercise to be performed in the projects last year Our networking partners 4 from EU and 3 from Serbia have been carefully selected to provide the skills and expertise necessary to reinforce the research potential of SCL through training and joint research The proposed equipment upgrade will make it possible to tackle even the most complex GRID applications allowing SCL to become a key regional player in deployment and

    Original URL path: http://www.scl.rs/scl-projects/completed-projects?id=475:cx-cmcs-eu-centre-of-excellence-for-computer-modeling-of-complex-systems (2016-02-10)
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  • Topological phases in strongly correlated Fermi systems
    numbers or topological invariants related to quantum numbers of their quasiparticle excitations By the experimental discovery of the fractional quantum Hall effect they came into existence as new phases of matter that support excitations quasiparticles that accumulate these nontrivial fixed numbers under the operation of quasiparticle exchange Due to their topological nature robustness to any local perturbation the applicability of topological phases is foreseen in the modern field of quantum computing for the storage and manipulation of information by using the braiding rules the rules of exchange of quasiparticles of definite special topological phases Our project is a search for stable topological phases candidates for the computing devices in the context of multi component quantum Hall systems and rapidly rotating Fermi gases Our approach will be mainly numerical based on the long tradition and experience that tell us that detection of topological phases can be trusted on the basis of finite small system numerical calculations but will also use the deep insights that stem from the connection of the topological phases in 2 1 dimension and the quantum field theories in 1 1 dimension News 12 February 2016 SCL Seminar by Jelena Smiljanic 12 January 2016 In memoriam Nikola Buric

    Original URL path: http://www.scl.rs/scl-projects/completed-projects?id=480:topological-phases-in-strongly-correlated-fermi-systems (2016-02-10)
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  • Cosmic Harmony
    as well as in the exploring of our relation as sentient beings to that wider reality The art offers a visualization of the science and the process of discovery that is directly accessible to a wider audience Cosmic Harmony is realized in coordination with the Scientific Computing Laboratory of the Institute of Physics in Belgrade The project is funded by a popularization of science grant from the Ministry of Science

    Original URL path: http://www.scl.rs/scl-projects/completed-projects?id=499:cosmic-harmony (2016-02-10)
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  • EGEE-II: Enabling Grids for E-sciencE
    scientists and engineers from more than 90 institutions in 32 countries world wide to provide a seamless Grid infrastructure for e Science that is available to scientists 24 hours a day Conceived from the start as a four year project the second two year phase started on 1 April 2006 and is funded by the European Commission Expanding from originally two scientific fields high energy physics and life sciences EGEE now integrates applications from many other scientific fields ranging from geology to computational chemistry Generally the EGEE Grid infrastructure is ideal for any scientific research especially where the time and resources needed for running the applications are considered impractical when using traditional IT infrastructures The EGEE Grid consists of over 35 000 CPU available to users 24 hours a day 7 days a week in addition to about 13 Petabytes 13 million Gigabytes of storage and maintains 35 000 concurrent jobs on average Having such resources available changes the way scientific research takes place The end use depends on the users needs large storage capacity the bandwidth that the infrastructure provides or the sheer computing power available News 12 February 2016 SCL Seminar by Jelena Smiljanic 12 January 2016 In

    Original URL path: http://www.scl.rs/scl-projects/completed-projects?id=493:egee-ii-enabling-grids-for-e-science (2016-02-10)
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