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A paper focusing on data privacy in web applications and services, produced by ATMOSPHERE academia experts from University of Campinas (Brazil) and University of Coimbra, was accepted by  Simpósio Brasileiro de Redes de Computadores e Sistemas Distribuídos (SBRC). SBRC has become the most important national scientific event in computer networks and distributed systems, and one of the most popular in the computer science field

WRNP 2018 brings debates around e-Science, cloud computing, and STI policies

ATMOSPHERE, recognised as a developer of innovative, trustworthy cloud services, was presented during the recent EOSC-hub Week 2018 held in Malaga from 16-20 April 2018 during the Public Days sessions.

On 20-21 February 2018, the EU-Brazil cloud computing project, ATMOSPHERE will be having its Kick-Off Meeting in Valencia, Spain.

More than 30 representatives from various universities, institutions and SMEs involved in ATMOSPHERE from across Europe and Brazil will be gathering to discuss each Work Package and related tasks of the project.

An exciting international consortium, with partners from Brazil and all over Europe, have joined forces to address cloud trustworthiness from all dimensions by providing metrics, components and best practices regarding data security, privacy, coherence, isolation, stability, fairness and transparency. Through a pilot project in health-care sector, ATMOSPHERE will demonstrate the benefits of cloud to assess and improve the trustworthiness of health management services in the context of the analysis of echocardiographic images.

The ATMOSPHERE (Adaptive, Trustworthy, Manageable, Orchestrated, Secure, Privacy-assuring, Hybrid Ecosystem for REsilient Cloud Computing) Project offers two Post-doc researchers the chance to join an exciting international consortium with partners from Brazil and all over Europe.