List of distributed computing projects

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This is a list of distributed computing and grid computing projects. For each project, donors volunteer computing time from personal computers to a specific cause. The donated computing power comes typically from CPUs and GPUs, but can also come from home video game systems.[1] Each project seeks to solve a problem which is difficult or infeasible to tackle using other methods.

Distributed computing projects[edit]

Active projects[edit]

Project Launched Home Category Research focus BOINC based Active processing units Performance in TeraFLOPS
Albert@home 2011-12-23[2] University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, Max Planck Institute[3] Astrophysics Testing project for Einstein@home[3] Yes 12 (Mar 2020)[4] 0.056 (Mar 2020)[4]
Asteroids@home 2012-06-20[5] Charles University in Prague, Czech Astrophysics To significantly enlarge our knowledge of the physical properties of asteroids[6] Yes 25,543 (Mar 2020) 323.8 (Mar 2020)[7]
BURP 2004-06-17[8] Art Rendering of 3D animations[9] Yes 516 (Nov 2015) 0.7 (Nov 2015)[10]
CAS@home 2010-07-19[11][12] Chinese Academy of Sciences[13] Physics, biochemistry, and others Encourage Chinese scientists to use volunteer computing for their research[11] Yes 99 (Mar 2020) 0.005 (Mar 2020)[14]
Cleanmobility.now 2013-08[15] Chemistry Find safer and greener materials for e-vehicle batteries[16] Yes 5,135 (Aug 2013)[17][18][19]
Climate Prediction 2003-12-09[20] Oxford University[13] Climate study Analyse ways to improve climate prediction models[21] Yes 824 (Mar 2020)[22] 20.0 (Mar 2020)[23]
Collatz Conjecture 2009-01-06[24] Private[13] Mathematics Study the Collatz conjecture, an unsolved conjecture in mathematics[25] Yes 4,409 (Mar 2020) 18,532 (Mar 2020)[26]
Cosmology@Home 2007-06-26[27] University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign[28] Astronomy Find the most accurate models that best describe the universe[28] Yes 10,976 (Mar 2020) 28.0 (Mar 2020)[29]
Distributed.net 1997-01-28[30] Private[31] Cryptography, Mathematics Crack the RC5-72 cipher, find optimal Golomb rulers of length 28[32] No[33] 2,391 (Mar 2020)[34][35]
DreamLab 2015-09-11[36][37] Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Australia Cancer research Breast, ovarian, prostate and pancreatic cancer.[36] No
Einstein@Home 2005-02-19[38] University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, Max Planck Institute[13] Astrophysics Search for pulsars using radio signals and gravitational wave data[39] Yes 12,013 (Mar 2020) 1,725 (Mar 2020)[40]
Electric Sheep 1999-09-30[41] Art No 450,000 (May 2015)[42][43]
Enigma@Home 2007-09-09[44] Private[13] Cryptography Decode three unbroken Enigma messages from World War II[45] Yes 9,746 (Jan 2016)[46] 36.9 (Jan 2016)[47]
Fishtest 2013-02-13 Private[48] Software testing, game-playing Validates patches to the Stockfish chess engine by playing thousands of chess games at fast time controls between different versions of the engine[48] No 194 (Mar 2020)[49]
Folding@home 2000-10-01[50] Washington University in St. Louis[51] Molecular biology[50] Understand protein folding, misfolding, and related diseases, with a minor emphasis in protein structure prediction.[52][53][54] Computing power also harnessed the power of PlayStation 3s.[1] No[55][56] 4,630,510 (28 Mar 2020) GPUs: AMD 79,498; Nvidia: 356,065 CPUs: 593,983[57] 2,362,554 (10 Apr 2020 x86 TFLOPS)[57]
Galaxy Zoo 2007-07-11 Astrophysics Classifies galaxy types from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey.[citation needed] No
Gerasim@Home 2007-02-10[58] Russia[58][59] Mathematics Researched in discrete mathematics and logic control systems[59] Yes 1,413 (Mar 2020) 10.4 (Mar 2020)[60]
Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search (GIMPS) 1996-01-early[61][62] Private[61][63] Mathematics Searches for Mersenne primes of world record size[63] No[64] 805,542 (28 Mar 2020) 1,112.069 (24 May 2020)[65]
iThena 2019-09-25[66] Private[67] Computer science Generally computer networks[68] Yes 595 (Mar 2020)[69] 0.04 (Mar 2020)[70]
Leela Chess Zero 2018-03-04[71] Software testing, game-playing Trains chess neural-networks with deep reinforcement learning. Experiments with training parameters and net architectures.[72] No 44 (Mar 2020)[73]
LHC@home 2004-01-09[74] CERN[13] Physics Helping physicists compare theory with experiment, in the search for new fundamental particles and answers to questions about the Universe. [75] Yes 20,587 (May 2020) 43.8 (May 2020)[76]
Milkyway@Home 2007-07-07[77] Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute[13] Astronomy Create a highly accurate three-dimensional model of the Milky Way galaxy using data collected from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey[78] Yes 23,901 (Mar 2020) 1,439 (Mar 2020)[79]
MindModeling@Home 2007-03-17[80] University of Dayton Research Institute and Wright State University[81] Cognitive science[81] Builds cognitive models of the human mind[81] Yes 709 (Mar 2020) 0.7 (Mar 2020)[82]
Moo! Wrapper 2011-02-05[83] Private[83] Cryptography Combines BOINC with distributed.net to try to break the RC5 cipher[84] Yes[84] 3,103 (Mar 2020) 397.4 (Mar 2020)[85]
NFS@Home 2009-09-05[86] California State University Fullerton[13] Integer factorization Performs parts of the Number Field Sieve in the factorization of large integers[87] Yes 7,719 (Mar 2020) 36.9 (Mar 2020)[88]
NumberFields@Home 2011-08-12[89] Arizona State University's School of Mathematics[90] Number theory Search for number fields with special properties to assist with the formulation of mathematical conjectures[90] Yes 6,249 (Mar 2020) 16.6 (Mar 2020)[91]
Primaboinca 2010-07-30[92] RheinMain University of Applied Sciences[13] Mathematics Search for counterexamples to Agrawal's conjecture and Popovych's conjecture, which relate to the identification of prime numbers[93] Yes 517 (Mar 2020)[94] 6.1 (Mar 2020)[95]
Radioactive@home 2011-10-21[96] Poland[97] Physics Real-time radioactivity monitoring, detected by gamma sensors connected to volunteer computers[97] Yes 224 (Mar 2020) 0.1 (Mar 2020)[98]
RALPH@home 2006-02-15[99] University of Washington[100] Software testing Test project for Rosetta@home[100] Yes 60 (Mar 2020)[101] 0.0 (Mar 2020)[102]
RNA World 2009-05-21[103] Private research group in Marburg, Germany[104] Molecular biology Uses bioinformatics software to study RNA structure[104] Yes 59 (Mar 2020) 0.03 (Mar 2020)[105]
Rosetta@home 2005-10-06[106] University of Washington[13] Molecular biology Protein structure prediction for disease research[107] Yes 2,918,435 (Apr 2020)[108] 1,799 (Apr 2020)[108]
SETI@home Beta 2006-01-12[109] University of California, Berkeley[110] Software testing Test project of SETI@home[110] Yes 954 (Mar 2020) 1.2 (Mar 2020)[111]
Stardust@home 2006-08-01[112] University of California, Berkeley, NASA, The Planetary Society Astronomy Scans/analyzes the collection grid from the NASA Stardust mission to capture particles from the coma of comet Wild 2[113][114] No
Twin Prime Search 2006-04-13[115][116] Mathematics Searches for large twin primes[115][116] No
Universe@Home 2015-02-19[117] Copernicus Astronomical Centre of the Polish Academy of Sciences[118] Astronomy Universe@Home aims to create the first database of the simulated stellar content of the Universe, from the earliest stars to the most exotic black hole binaries. Yes 3,016 (Mar 2020)[119] 347.1 (Mar 2020)[120]
WEP-M+2 Project 2006-05-12[121] London, England, United Kingdom[122] Mathematics Investigates the factorization of Mersenneplustwo prime numbers[122] Yes 479 (Mar 2020) 3.8 (Mar 2020)[123]
WUProp@Home 2010-03-27[124] Private[125] Statistics Collect various statistics about other BOINC projects[126] Yes 9,372 (Mar 2020)[127] 1.3 (Mar 2020)[127]
YAFU 2011-09-01[128] Software testing, Mathematics Test BOINC server software, integer factorization[129] Yes 1,504 (Mar 2020) 10.1 (Mar 2020)[130]
yoyo@home 2007-07-19[131] Private[13] Mathematics, physics, and evolution Data structure analysis to help prove a conjecture, elliptic curve factorization, pion creation in a particle accelerator, evolution research, find the shortest optimal Golomb ruler of length 28[132] Yes 5,741 (Mar 2020) 30.3 (Mar 2020)[133]

Inactive projects[edit]

(Work on these projects was either finished, or the project was discontinued).

Project Launched Terminated Home Category Research focus BOINC based
ABC@home 2006-11-21[134] 2014-06-01[135] Mathematical Institute of Leiden University, Kennislink[13][136] Mathematics Find triples related to the ABC conjecture, one of the greatest open problems in mathematics.[136] Yes
AlmereGrid Grid 2006-09-27[137] Almere, the Netherlands[137] A number of applications from local researchers.[138] Yes
AlmereGrid TestGrid 2008-02-24[139] Test of the AlmereGrid project.[140] Yes
AndrOINC Private[141] Cryptography Broke Motorola's 1024-bit RSA key used to sign the boot and recovery partition partitions on the Motorola Milestone smartphone.[141] Yes
AQUA@home 2008-12-10 2011-08-23[142] D-Wave Systems, Canada[143] Quantum computing Used Quantum Monte Carlo to predict the performance of superconducting adiabatic quantum computers on a variety of problems.[144][145] Yes[144][146]
ATLAS@Home 2014-06-19[147] 2017-04-07[148] CERN[13] Physics ATLAS@Home is a research project that uses volunteer computing to run simulations of the ATLAS experiment at CERN.[147] Yes
Background Pi Computes decimal digits of pi using digit extraction method.[149] No
Biochemical Library Vanderbilt University[150] Molecular biology Performed research using the Biochemical Algorithms Library into proteins and their interactions with small molecules for disease research.[141][150] Yes
Chess960@home 2006-03-20[151] Private[13] Games and Puzzles Analysis of chess 960.[152] Yes
Comcute 2010 2016[153] Gdańsk University of Technology, Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics Mathematics, Artificial intelligence, Physics No
Compute for Humanity 2015-08[157] 2017[158] Private[157] Cryptocurrencies, Charitable Organizations No
Constellation Students at the University of Stuttgart, Germany[159] Aerospace, Engineering[159] Various aerospace-related science and engineering problems.[159] Yes
Correlizer EpiGenSys Consortium and EraSysBio+, part of the Seventh Framework Program of the European Union[160] Genetics[161] The sequential organization of genomes, and its connection to their 3D architectural organization.[161] Yes
DENIS@Home 2015-04-08 2018-05[162] San Jorge University[163] Medicine and Biology Yes
DistributedDataMining 2010-03-04[165][166][167] 2018-04-20[168] Data analysis, machine learning Research in the various fields of data analysis and machine learning, such as stock market prediction and analysis of medical data[169] Yes
DistrRTgen 2008-01-12[170] 2014-06[171] Private[13] Cryptography Analysis of hash strength for password security by developing rainbow tables.[172] Yes
DNA@home Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute[173] Discovered what regulates the genes in DNA using statistical algorithms.[173] Yes
DrugDiscovery@home Private[174] Drug design Supported in silico drug design of chemical compounds for medicines in the fields of cancer and neurodegenerative diseases.[174] Yes
eOn 2014-05-08[175] University of Texas at Austin[13] Chemistry Calculated the evolution of an atomic-scale system over time, such as a chemical reaction or diffusion.[176] Yes
Evolution@Home 2001-04-03[177] Uses evolutionary algorithms to optimize the parameters of different kinds of machine learning algorithms[178] No
FreeHAL 2006[179] 2012[180] Private[13] Artificial intelligence Compute essential information for software which seeks to imitate human conversation.[179] Yes
Genome@home 2001-02-01 2004-03-08[181] Stanford University Molecular biology Designed new genes that can form working proteins in the cell that have not been found in nature. No
Goldbach's Conjecture 2009-11-09[182] 2011-06[183] Tests Goldbach's weak conjecture.[184] Yes
Golem@home 2000 2001-09-03[185] Brandeis University Robotics Used evolutionary computation to design robotic locomotion systems.[186] No
Graceful Tree Verification Project 2008-11-22 2010-02-21 Private[187] Mathematics Used a computational approach to the graceful tree conjecture, proving that every tree with at most 35 vertices is graceful[188] No
Hydrogen@Home 2007-10-22[189] 2011-02[190] Searches for the most efficient method of hydrogen production[191] Yes
IBERCIVIS 2008-06-22[192] 2016-07[193] Spanish universities and research centers[194] Various Spanish projects Yes
Ideologias@home 2011-05-19[196] Complutense University of Madrid, Spain[197] Society Used social networking mathematical models to study the ideological evolution of a group of people over time.[197] Yes
Leiden Classical 2005-05-12[198] 2018-06-05[199] Leiden University, the Netherlands[200] Chemistry General classical mechanics for students or scientists[201] Yes
LHC@home

Virtual LHC@home

2011-08-01[202] 2017-03[203] CERN[204] Physics[204] Run virtual simulations of high-energy particle collisions in a computational search for new fundamental particles for the Large Hadron Collider at CERN[204][205] Yes
M4 Project 2006-01-09[206] 2009-11-15[207] History Decrypts Enigma messages from World War II[208] No
Magnetism@home 2008-06-09[209] Donetsk Institute for Physics and Technology, Ukraine[210] Magnetism, nanotechnology Explored magnetization patterns.[210] Yes
Malaria Control 2006-12-19[211] 2016-01-28[212] Swiss Tropical Institute[13] Epidemiology Simulate the transmission dynamics and health effects of malaria.[213] Yes
Mersenne@home 2012 Private[13] Mathematics Searched for Mersenne primes.[214] Discontinued because the creator lacked time to administer it[215] Yes
MoneyBee 2000-09[216] 2010 Finance No
Muon1 Distributed Particle Accelerator Design 2017[217] Physics Simulate and design parts of the Neutrino Factory particle accelerator[218][219] No
Najmanovich Research Group Université de Sherbrooke[220] Molecular biology[220] Research in molecular recognition[220] Yes
Neurona@home 2011-06-14[221] Complutense University of Madrid, Spain[222] Neural network Simulating the behavior of a large and complex network of cellular automata neurons.[222] Yes
NFSNET 2010 Integer factorization Used the general number field sieve to factor increasingly large integers. Discontinued and replaced by NFS@Home.[223] No
NNGenerator 2014-10-20[224] 2016[225] Private Mathematics, finance, and artificial neural networks Distributed system based on neural networks for analysis and forecasting time series No
Optima@home Institute for Systems Analysis of Russian Academy of Sciences[226] Optimization[226] Solve various large-scale optimization problems. Currently finding molecular conformations which have minimal potential energy.[226] Yes
Orbit@home 2008-04-03[227] 2013-02-16[228] Planetary Science Institute[13] Astronomy Monitored and studied the hazards posed by near-earth asteroids.[229] Yes
Pi Segment 2006 Independent project Mathematics Looked for specific digits (in binary) of Pi and make volunteer computing more popular in China[230] No
Pirates@home 2004-02-06[231] Spy Hill Research[231] Software testing Test of BOINC, no current scientific computation.[232] Yes
POEM@Home 2007-13-11[233] 2016-10-04[234] University of Karlsruhe, Germany[13] Molecular biology Protein structure prediction, cellular signaling, protein aggregation, and drug design[235] Yes
QMC@Home 2006-03-03[236] 2013-01[237] University of Münster, Germany[238] Chemistry Study the structure and reactivity of molecules using quantum chemistry and Monte Carlo techniques[239] Yes
Quake Catcher Network 2008-02-03[240] 2018-04[241] Stanford University[242][243] Seismology[242][243] Uses accelerometers connected to personal computers to detect earthquakes and to educate about seismology[242][243] Yes
Renderfarm.fi 2009-summer[244] Private (Finnish)[245][246] Art 2D and 3D rendering for animation artists.[247] Yes
RSA Lattice Siever 2009[248] 2012-08 Integer factorization Assisted other factoring projects to achieve their academic goals.[249] Merged into NFS@Home because its server was outdated[250] Yes
SAT@home 2011-09-29 2017-02[251] Russian Academy of Sciences Cryptanalysis, Mathematics Various applications related to the boolean satisfiability problem, inversion of specific stream cipher functions[252] Yes
Second Computing 2008-04-10[253] 2012-08[254] Assesses biopolymer dynamics, and models the behavior of clonal colonies in a prairie ecosystem[255] Yes
SETI@home 1999-05-17[256][257][258] 2020-03-31[259] University of California, Berkeley[13] Astrobiology Search for extraterrestrial life by analyzing specific radio frequencies emanating from space[260] Yes
SIMAP 2006-04-26[261] 2014-05-30 University of Vienna[13] Molecular biology Calculated similarities between proteins.[262] Yes
SLinCA G.V.Kurdyumov Institute for Metal Physics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine[263] Materials science[263] Studies scaling laws in cluster aggregation.[263] Yes
Spinhenge@home 2006-05-19[264] 2011-09-28[265] Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences[13] Nanotechnology Studied nano-magnetic molecules for research into localized tumor chemotherapy and micro-memory.[266] Yes
Stop@home 2017-02-28[267] 2018-01[268] Private Mathematics Looking for prime k-tuples Yes
Sudoku@vtaiwan[269] 2011-01-05 2013-09-05 National Center for High-performance Computing (NCHC), Hsinchu Science and Industrial Park, Hsinchu City, Taiwan. Games and Puzzles Confirmed solution to the "Minimum Sudoku Problem." After running for more than 2½ years, the project was completed - it was confirmed that no 16-clue Sudoku exists, and so the fewest clues possible is 17. Yes
Superlink@Technion 2007-05-03[270] Technion – Israel Institute of Technology[13] Genetic linkage analysis Uses genetic linkage analysis to help find disease-provoking genes.[271] Yes
theSkyNet POGS 2011-09-13[272] 2018-05-02[273] International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research[274] Astronomy Analysis of radio astronomy data from telescopes such as the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder and The Square Kilometre Array[275][276] No
µFluids@home 2005-09-19[277] 2010-11[278] Purdue University[13] Physics, Aeronautics Simulated microfluidics problems and two-phase flows in microgravity.[279] Yes
USPEX@Home 2017-04-04[280] 2019-03[281] Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russian Academy of Science, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology Chemistry, Physics, Materials science Computational prediction of structure and properties of new chemical compounds (crystals, nanoparticles etc.) for various applications Yes
Virtual Prairie 2008[282] University of Houston[13] Botanical ecosystems Provided ecological guidelines on the design of prairies with the best potential for water purification.[283] Yes
VTU@home Vilnius Gediminas Technical University and Kaunas University of Technology[13] Software testing[13] Supported various research projects at Vilnius Gediminas Technical University.[284] Yes[285]
Wieferich@Home 2007-12-29[286] 2017[287] Mathematics Searches for new Wieferich primes[288] No[289][290]

Grid computing projects[edit]

While distributed computing functions by dividing a complex problem among diverse and independent computer systems and then combine the result, grid computing works by utilizing a network of large pools of high-powered computing resources.[291] These are typically "umbrella" projects that have a number of sub-projects underneath them, with multiple research areas.

Project Launched Home Category Research focus BOINC based Active processing units Performance in TeraFLOPS
EDGeS@Home 2009-10[292] MTA SZTAKI Laboratory of Parallel and Distributed Systems, Hungary[13] European research Support the execution of selected scientific applications developed by the EGEE and EDGeS community[293] Yes 285 (Jan 2016) 0.01 (Jan 2016)[294]
GPUGRID 2007-12-05[295] Barcelona Biomedical Research Park[13] Molecular biology Perform full-atom molecular simulations of proteins on Nvidia GPUs for biomedical research[296] Yes 4,217 (Mar 2018)[297] 1,965 (Mar 2018)[297]
PrimeGrid 2005-06-12[298] Private[13] Mathematics Search for world record sized prime numbers, search for particular types of primes, such as 321 primes, Cullen-Woodall primes, Proth prime, prime Sierpinski numbers, and Sophie Germain primes. Subprojects also include Seventeen or Bust, and the Riesel problem.[299] Yes 14,429 (Mar 2018) 1,883 (Mar 2018)[300]
SZTAKI Desktop Grid 2005-05-26[301] MTA SZTAKI Laboratory of Parallel and Distributed Systems, Hungary[13] Mathematics Find all the generalized binary number systems (in which bases are matrices and digits are vectors) up to dimension 11, understand basic universality classes of nonequilibrium system[302] Yes 2,270 (Jan 2016) 0.7 (Jan 2016)[303]
The Lattice Project 2003-late[304][305] University of Maryland Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology[13] Life science Various scientific analysis projects[306][307] Yes 2,016 (Jan 2016) 0.6 (Jan 2016)[308]
World Community Grid 2004-11-16[309] IBM Corporate Community Relations[13] Humanitarian research on disease, natural disasters, and hunger Disease research, various worldwide humanitarian problems. Subprojects include(d) GO Fight Against Malaria, Drug Search for Leishmaniasis, Computing for Clean Water, Clean Energy Project, Discovering Dengue Drugs - Together, Help Cure Muscular Dystrophy, Help Fight Childhood Cancer, Help Conquer Cancer, Mapping Cancer Markers, Human Proteome Folding Project, FightAIDS@Home, Uncovering Genome Mysteries, Let's outsmart Ebola together, Help Stop TB, OpenZika, Smash Childhood Cancer.[310] Yes 195,649 (Jan 2016) 471.6 (Jan 2016)[311]

Grid computing infrastructure[edit]

  • BREIN uses the Semantic Web and multi-agent systems to build simple and reliable grid systems for business, with a focus on engineering and logistics management.
  • A-Ware is developing a stable, supported, commercially exploitable, high quality technology to give easy access to grid resources.[312]
  • AssessGrid addresses obstacles to wide adoption of grid technologies by bringing risk management and assessment to this field, enabling use of grid computing in business and society.[313]
  • Cohesion Platform – A Java-based modular peer-to-peer multi-application desktop grid computing platform for irregularly structured problems developed at the University of Tübingen (Germany)[314]
  • The European Grid Infrastructure (EGI) – A series of projects funded by the European Commission which links over 70 institutions in 27 European countries to form a multi-science computing grid infrastructure for the European Research Area, letting researchers share computer resources
  • GridCOMP provides an advanced component platform for an effective invisible grid.[315]
  • GridECON takes a user-oriented perspective and creates solutions to grid challenges to promote widespread use of grids.[316]
  • neuGRID develops a new user-friendly grid-based research e-infrastructure enabling the European neuroscience community to perform research needed for the pressing study of degenerative brain diseases, for example, Alzheimer's disease.
  • OMII-Europe – An EU-funded project established to source key software components that can interoperate across several heterogeneous grid middleware platforms
  • OurGrid aims to deliver grid technology that can be used today by current users to solve present problems. To achieve this goal, it uses a different trade-off compared to most grid projects: it forfeits supporting arbitrary applications in favor of supporting only bag-of-tasks applications.
  • ScottNet NCG – A distributed neural computing grid. A private commercial effort in continuous operation since 1995. This system performs a series of functions including data synchronization amongst databases, mainframe systems, and other data repositories. E-commerce transaction processing, automated research and data retrieval, content analysis, web site monitoring, scripted and dynamic user emulation, shipping and fulfillment API integration and management, RSS and NNTP monitoring and analysis, real time security enforcement, and backup/restore functions.[317]
  • BEinGRID Business Experiments in Grid
  • Legion – A grid computing platform developed at the University of Virginia

Related projects[edit]

Project Status Launched Home Category Research focus BOINC based Active processing units
DIMES Maps the structure and evolution of the Internet infrastructure, letting users see how the Internet looks from their home
Majestic-12 Uses a distributed web crawler program to index web sites for a distributed search engine[318]
NESSI-GRID Aims to provide a unified view for European research in service architectures and software infrastructures that will define technologies, strategies and deployment policies fostering new, open, industrial solutions and societal applications that enhance the safety, security and well-being of citizens[319]
OMII-UK Provides free open source software and support to enable a sustained future for the UK e-research community
Storage@home Distributed storage infrastructure developed to solve the problem of backing up and sharing petabytes of scientific results using a distributed model of volunteer managed hosts. Data is maintained by a mixture of replication and monitoring, with repairs done as needed.
StrataGenie Searches for trading strategies in intraday stock market data and distributes trading signals to subscribers[320]
Surveill@Home Active, Alpha[321] University of Coimbra, Portugal[13] Web performance Monitor and test websites for failure rates and overall performance (minimal CPU work)[322] Yes 1,657 (Feb 2012)[323]

Physical infrastructure projects[edit]

These projects attempt to make large physical computation infrastructures available for researchers to use:

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