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Friday, January 30, 2015 - 12:41

This paper presents the bibliographical research perforned on physical and virtual databases to study of the caatinga biome, the largest Seasonally Drought Tropical Forest (SDTF) on the planet, and to evaluate the use of ENM/SDM in the study of the caatinga. The team surveyed scientific publications that used SDMs ENMs to infer the potential distribution of species occurring in this biome, with special interest in plants, performing bibliographical research on physical and virtual databases.

Event: A conferência da Terra: Agricultura Familiar, Natureza e Segurança Alimentar, 2014
Date: November 19-22, 2014
Authors: Lucila Karla Felix Lima de Brito ;John Elton de Brito Leite Cunha; Silvio Severino de Sousa Júnior; Iana Alexandra Alves Rufino.


Tuesday, January 27, 2015 - 10:24

This paper has been accepted and selected for presentation within the Cloud Tools Lab part of IEEE LatinCloud 2014 event. It presents the Fogbow middleware, an approach based on a peer-to-peer architecture that aims at creating a cloud federation from totally distributed and independently IaaS deployments. Fogbow allows local cloud users to use surplus resources coming from other members of the federation, while being minimally intrusive regarding existing IaaS deployments. EUBrazilCC project represents one of the deployment cases of fogbow; in EUBrazilCC a federated cloud is running that comprises private clouds managed by both OpenStack and OpenNebula.

Event: Cloud Tools Lab part of IEEE LatinCloud 2014
Date: November 2014
Authors: Abmar Barros, Francisco Brasileiro, Rafael Carvalho, Giovanni Farias, Francisco Germano, Marcos Nóbrega, Ana Costa Ribeiro, Igor Silva, Leticia Teixeira
Distributed Systems Lab, Federal University of Campina Grande, Campina Grande, PB


Monday, November 17, 2014 - 12:23

While cloud computing is becoming mainstream in some countries, several barriers still stand in the way to much wider adoption. Cloudscape Brazil took a practical look at some of the major barriers to the adoption of cloud computing, exploring pathways for closer collaboration between Brazil and Europe on issues of common interest.


Monday, November 10, 2014 - 10:51

This document has been prepared for the European Commission and to the Brazilian Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovation (MCTI) on November, 10, at the VII EU-Brazil Cooperation Workshop in Brussels. The findings included in this report are the result of several discussions among the group members and of the analysis of the views and opinions of different stakeholders, collected via an online survey. The results of the survey are presented in a white paper that accompanies this document. This way, the findings reflect, not only the ideas of the authors of this document, but also the ideas and wishes of a large number of stakeholders.


Tuesday, January 27, 2015 - 10:58

3 posters dedicated to each one of EUBrazilCloudConnect use cases have been designed and showcased at Cloudscape Brazil, 20 October 2014.


Tuesday, January 27, 2015 - 11:24

Europe and Brazil have a strong and successful track of joint collaboration in the field of ICT. This working group has been reflecting on the previous experiences, discussing future challenges and opportunities, and preparing a findings document on the model and topics for the 4th (2016) and other future calls.


Tuesday, January 27, 2015 - 11:05

3 position papers were submitted for Cloudscape Brazil 2014, one for each project Use Cases. They were then collected in the Cloudscape Brazil 2014 Position papers booklet, published online on October 2014.


Tuesday, January 27, 2015 - 10:55

Cloudscape Brazil 2014 roll-up banner


Tuesday, January 27, 2015 - 10:24

The EU-Brazil Cloud Connect (EUBrazilCC) project is being developed with three scientific use cases covering multidisciplinary areas, such as biodiversity, epidemiology, public health, and climate change. One of the scientific use cases is the Leishmaniasis Virtual Laboratory (LVL), a collaboration between the Instituto de Salud Carlos III (WHO-CCL Leishmania Collection) in Spain and FIOCRUZ in Brazil with the collections of Leishmania (CLIOC) and sand flies (COLFLEB). The aim of this work is to present the LVL use case to the sand fly research community and to provide a pipeline to perform molecular analyses of sand flies.

Event:VIII International Symposium on Phlebotomine Sandflies in Puerto Iguazu, Argentina
Date: 24 September 2014
Authors: Felipe Dutra Rêgo; Israel de Souza Pinto, Caroline Amaral Machado, Gabriel Eduardo Melim Ferreira, Elisa Cupollilo, Paloma Helena Fernandes Shimabukuro


Tuesday, January 13, 2015 - 17:27

Cloudscape Brazil Position Papers booklet include all the position papers submitted for Cloudscape Brazil, spanning excellent succes stories of cloud adoption for research, market and policy uptake and exploitation. Special feature is RNP paper "A Strategy for the Implementation of the Brazilian Academic Cloud" that will be presented in the Special Keynote by José R. Filho. Take your time to read them and get ready to vote for the best one on Monday 20 October during Cloudscape Brazil.


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