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Ukraine under occupation: the critical role of digital technologies in sustaining education

URAN is playing a crucial role in ensuring that the academic and research pursuits at KNTU could continue during the war and occupation.

A campus network for Antarctic research

It was far from just another day at the office for network engineer Henning Løvmo who spent three weeks in early 2024, installing a campus network at the Norwegian Polar Institute’s Troll research station at Antarctica.

Copernicus Regional Center in Chile: real-time data management to overcome global challenges

This initiative will enable more intensive and widespread use of the European earth observation program's data.

An innovative approach to creating digital libraries and repositories in Armenia

In the last 20 years, libraries in Armenia have been prioritising the need to preserve the content in an organised manner, and subsequently, to present and display the digitised materials accordingly.

How supercomputing is speeding up fire engineering

Fire simulations are highly complex. Using the supercomputer LUMI, operated by the Finnish research and education network CSC, Ramboll Finland managed to speed up the process significantly.

Patagonia Project connects southern tip of continent with R&E Networks

This initiative aims to transform the Southern Macrozone region of Chile into a hub for global development and research.

Portugal: preserving the value of Wikipedia

Arquivo.pt collected all the pages referenced in Portuguese Wikipedia articles, resulting in a new collection containing 12 million files with their links preserved.

Migrating birds turn Finns into citizen scientists

Thousands of citizens in Finland have responded to a call to report their observations of migrating birds. So far, approximately 3.7 million recordings were submitted.

Supporting cutting-edge volumetric video-based performance

Research and education networks in the Asia Pacific collaborated to provide the ‘SuperSpeed’ network to deliver an interactive live volumetric video performance between Sydney and Tokyo at SIGGRAPH Asia 2023.

Breakthrough in detection of photons

Observation of processes inside live cells, optical communication in deep space, and quantum computers are examples of applications which will benefit from a new Japanese technological achievement.

A new record set for the transmission of academic data

Data transfer reached 6 Tb/s at the Supercomputing SC23 event in the United States.

Breakthrough in post-quantum cyber-security

Collaborating to develop the world’s first smart card systems able to withstand even quantum computer attacks.