The Department of Computational Physics and Information Technology (DFCTI) has developed and manages two grid sites, RO-07-NIPNE and GRIDIFIN.
RO-07-NIPNE is dedicated to the computational support of the ALICE, ATLAS and LHCb experiments, within the WLCG collaboration. For this purpose, in 2020 RO-07-NIPNE offers to WLCG more than 4,600 CPU cores and 2,500 TB storage space.
GRIDIFIN supports the ELI-NP project and it is also open to serve other research communities in physics and related areas. To this end, it currently offers access to 336 CPU cores for parallel computing and a storage capacity of 130 TB in RAID6.
Right now there is no call for High-Throughput Computing...