CeSGO project

Google analytics

Overview

The Western France e-science (CeSGO) project aims to develop the Information and communication technologies (ICT, TIC in French) use in sciences in western France.

Trough the Biogenouest Unifying project process, supported by Brittany and Pays de la Loire regions, the e-Biogenouest project (May 2012-May 2015), dedicated to life sciences, coordinated by Olivier Collin (GenOuest Bioinformatics core facility & CNRS UMR 6074 IRISA-INRIA) and Yvan Le Bras (GenOuest Bioinformatics core facility & CNRS UMR 6074 IRISA-INRIA), have paved the way for a western France e-Science structuration.

Some resources to present the e-Biogenouest project, the proof of concept of virtual research environment (VRE) and the western France life sciences communities oriented tools

Article from JOBIM 2013 conference : Towards a Life Sciences Virtual Research Environment: An e-Science initiative in Western France. This article is used as a white paper for the e-Science project. Corresponding presentation slides: JOBIM 2013 presentation slides e-Biogenouest brief presentation : Brief presentation e-Biogenouest presentation : e-Biogenouest project

Some videos presenting our VRE and the eBGO HUB

JOBIM 2013 demo : eBGO HUB: From Idea to Data and Metadata Management. A very short video (1 min. 41 sec ) presenting eBGO HUB : e-biogenouest HUB overview A video dedicated to data management and analysis using eBGO HUB : eBGO HUB: Analyse and Manage your data

The CPER CeSGO project

Establishment of an e-Science center/platform initially focused on Life Sciences and Health. This revolves around two main axes:

-- A physical infrastructure deployment axis with the computing and storage servers.

-- A data infrastructure with the development and integration of tools for the creation of virtual research environment (VRE) that will allow access, management and analysis of scientific data.

The objective is to facilitate access to ICT resources by scientists, thus improving the research process by offering access via customized interfaces, data, software (project management, metadata management, data analysis ) and processing resources: regional and national infrastructures. This initiative, which is to be open on all the scientific communities will be tested through a set of pilot applications in Life Sciences and Health.