We are also proud with our e-study course which was one of the most voluminous study aids developed within the BalticGrid-I and II. The course is also available after the project.
In the picture participants of the Grid team hold their diplomas signed by Ake Edlund, Managing Director of the BalticGrid project, for their contribution to the project.
Results in figures
The first graph represents the monthly load of Latvian Grid clusters (in CPU time) from 2006 until May 2010. The clusters are hosted by RTU and the Institute of Mathematics and Informatics of the University of Latvia.
The second graph shows the total CPU time broken down by the Latvian Grid clusters from January 2006 until April 2010.
The total amount of normalised CPU time of RTU Grid resources is 434 thousand hours, which equals nearly 50 years on one Pentium III, 1 GHz processor.
Information on the Grid certificates issued to RTU users: