The Sci-GaIA project has been launched!

The 9 project partners gathered at Brunel University in London, on May 12, 2015, to officially launch the Sci-GaIA project.

Sci-GaIA (Energising Scientific Endeavour through Science Gateways and e-Infrastructures in Africa) coordinated by Brunel University (UK), brings together a highly experienced and committed team of beneficiaries that have worked between Africa and Europe to advance African e-Infrastructures for research and education. The project includes 4 African partners and 5 European partners: Brunel University (UK) – Coordinator, UbuntuNet Alliance (Malawi), WACREN (Ghana), Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology (Tanzania), CSIR Council for Scientific Research (South Africa) Sigma Orionis (France), University of Catania (Italy), KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden), Karolinska Institutet (Sweden).

The meeting was very productive and engaging. The Sci-GaIA project objectives were discussed in detail while a workplan has been set up defing the roles and responsabilities of each partner. All partners are very proud to be part of such a promising project and look forward to bringing their expertise in strengthening and supporting cooperation with Africa and in promoting connectivity and global e-Infrastructure services.

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