Świerk Computer Centre
Infrastructure and services for power industry
|Beneficiary name:||Instytut Problemów Jądrowych im. Andrzeja Sołtana|
|Project total value:||97,708,010.36 PLN|
|Project financed by:|
|15% Polish national budget:||14,656,201.56 PLN|
|85% EU Regional Development Fund:||83,051,808.80 PLN|
|Implementation time:||January 5, 2009 – October 31, 2015|
The mission of the Świerk Computing Centre is to achieve the status of the largest and best provider of cutting-edge computing services for state administra¬tion units and units investing in the development of the nuclear sector in Poland as well as to manage databases created for the purpose of development and security control together with operational services of national importance.
The aim of the Centre is to prepare a competence base capable of providing advanced data processing services for domestic nuclear power engineering and conventional power industry, simulations of fuel processes, simulation and monitoring of radiological hazards as well as to conduct scientific and developmental research in related fields. The Świerk Computing Centre provides resources and services for scientific and technological research. Data of no key national importance, for example academic research, are carried out on infrastructure integrated into a worldwide grid.
CIŚ ensures security and continuity of processes related to data processing due to high quality of the services provided and the use of optimum technical and technological infrastructure of data communications resources as well as collaboration with international competence centres.
The Świerk Computing Centre employs fully qualified staff prepared to carry out the aims set by modern energy services market. Particular emphasis is placed on the constant improvement of qualifications of our specialists to ensure the best customer service.
Project co-financed by European Union via European Regional Development Fund