Information Science and Technology;Biological and Medical Sciences;Chemistry and Material Sciences;Engineering and Energy;Earth and Environmental Sciences;Physics, Astronomy, Astrophysics and Mathematics
Mission and Objective
Estonian Scientific Computing Infrastructure (ETAIS) has been establised in 2011 to increase the competitiveness of the Estonian R&D in compute- and data-intensive fields through a modern computing infrastructure. The common infrastructure of compute clusters, storage and support allows researchers to collaborate in projects on local as well as on international level. ETAIS is the distributed infrastructure managed by the consortia of four national organisations: University of Tartu, Tallinn University of Technology, National Institute of Chemical Biology and Physics, Estonian Education and Research Network (EENet).
- Computing resource
Access to compute resources through queueing system. installation of scientific software. support on preparation and submitting of compute jobs.
- Storage resource
Fast access to data. support on data management.
- Computing and storage resources
University of Tartu: cluster with 140 nodes and in total of 4480 processor cores, 8960 GB total memory. Storage capacity is 1000 TB. Tallinn University of Technology: cluster with 100 nodes, in total of 2000 processor cores, 8000 GB total memory. Storage capacity is 200 TB .National Institute of Chemical Biology and Physics: cluster with 128 nodes, in total 4096 processor cores, 8192 GB of memory. Storage capacity is 1100 TB.