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Session P2: PTTI Applications

Project CLONETS
Vladimir Smotlacha, CESNET, Czech Republic; Przemys?aw Krehlik, ?ukasz ?liwczy?ski, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland; Jan Radil, Radek Velc, Josef Vojt?ch, CESNET, Czech Republic; Mauro Campanella, Consortium GARR, Italy; Davide Calonico, Cecilia Clivati, Filippo Levi, Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica, Italy; Ond?ej ?íp, Šimon ?e?ucha, Institute of Scientific Instruments, Czech Republic; Ronald Holzwarth, Maurice Lessing, Sarah Saint-Jalm, Menlo Systems GmbH, Germany; Fabiola Camargo, Bruno Desruelle, Jean Lautier-Gaud, Muquans, France; Elizabeth Laier English, Jochen Kronjäger, Peter Whibberley, National Physical Laboratory, United Kingdom; Tomáš Müller, Ji?í Štefl, Marcela Šteflová, OPTOKON, a.s., Czech Republic; Pawe? Noga?, Robert Urbaniak, Piktime Systems sp. z o.o., Poland; Artur Binczewski, Wojbor Bogacki, Krzysztof Turza, Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center, Poland; Gesine Grosche, Harald Schnatz, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Germany; Emilie Camisard, Nicolas Quintin, RENATER, France; Javier Diaz, Trinidad García, Eduardo Ros, Seven Solutions S.L., Spain; Alessandro Galardini, Conzorzio Torino Piemont Internet Exchange, Italy; Alwyn Seeds, Zhen Yang, University College London, United Kingdom; Anne Amy-Klein, LPL, Université Paris 13, CNRS, France; Eva Bookjans, Paul-Eric Pottie, Philip Tuckey, LNE-SYRTE, Observatoire de Paris, Université PSL, CNRS, Sorbonne Université, France
Location: Regency B
Date/Time: Wednesday, Jan. 31, 11:30 a.m.

CLONETS is a new, European Union funded project which aims to prepare the transition toward a permanent, pan-European, optical fiber-based network providing time and frequency comparisons and distribution at the highest performance levels for research infrastructures, as well as support to a wide range of services for industry and society. The project started in January 2017 and is scheduled for 30 months. The project consortium is formed by 19 organizations from 7 European countries. This paper provides information about the project in progress and briefly describes its results achieved during the first year.



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