• Astronomy and Astrophysics community

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  • Computational Chemistry (MoSGrid) community

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  • Heliophysics community

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  • Life Sciences community

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  • Earthquake and Seismology community

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  • Hydro-Meteorology community

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  • Computational Chemistry (MoSGrid) community

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  • Life Sciences community

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  • Heliophysics community

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  • Astronomy and Astrophysics community

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  • Life Sciences community

    Click to see their applications...

  • Astronomy and Astrophysics community

    Click to see their applications...

  • Heliophysics community

    Click to see their applications...

  • Computational Chemistry (MoSGrid) community

    Click to see their applications...

  • Life Sciences community

    Click to see their applications...

  • Astronomy and Astrophysics community

    Click to see their applications...

  • Heliophysics community

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  • Computational Chemistry (MoSGrid) community

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Welcome to the ER-flow website

What ER-flow can offerWe are working on to build a workflow user community across Europe by providing various tools, online services, training and consultancy for scientific communities. We provide application supports to research communities to develop, share and run workflows with the SHIWA Simulation Platform.

We can help you to improve the repeatability and the reusability of your applications within and beyond scientific collaborations. The SHIWA Portal enables the interoperability and integration of workflow systems, workflow engines and workflow languages.

The training events, community workshops and one-to-one consultations organised by us help you and your community to become adept workflow users.

To learn more about workflows and the SHIWA technology or to try it out, please go to the 'Knowledge base' page.

The end users (or e-scientists) are the domain researchers (e.g. biologists, chemists) who would like to run a workflow in order to either reproduce an experiment represented as a workflow in the SHIWA Repository or making their own experiment with their own data sets. To run workflows they want to search/browse the SHIWA Repository to find and download workflows to the SHIWA Portal to execute them. Read more...

 

The workflow developers are computer scientists who have knowledge of workflows, the workflow system which execute these workflows and the middleware where workflows are executed. They want to enable end users to run workflows. To achieve it they define workflows and their implementations and configurations, and they upload all this data to the repository and make it public. Read more...

 

The workflow system developers are computer scientists who develop the various workflow systems. They upload the workflow system's description into to the SHIWA Repository to support execution of non-native workflows. Read more...

        

   This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 312579.