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bwGRiD portal template 3.6 (teamwork function, file editor)

bwGRiD Portal Template 3.5 (hardware features, working with large files, job mail function)

bwGRiD portal template 3.4 (Dacapo clone, resource monitor)  

final bwGRiD portal projekt meeting in Karlsruhe  

bwGRiD portal template 3.3 (security manager, JobListTag)  

bwGRiD portal template 3.1 (file manager update)  

bwGRiD portal template 3.0 (meta submit system)  


March/April 2013
bwGRiD portal template 4.0 (migration to Liferay)

Partners of the Gatlet project

The Gatlet project is developed in close cooperation between the D-Grid DGI2-team at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and the bwGRiD portal team at Ulm University.

Gatlet team members:

  • Bastian Boegel <bastian.boegel (spam_protection) @> (developer, Ulm University, Germany)
  • Stefan Bozic <stefan.bozic (spam_protection) @> (developer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany)
  • Stephan Kleber <stephan.kleber (spam_protection) @> (developer, Ulm University, Germany)
  • Christian Mosch <christian.mosch (spam_protection) @> (project management, Ulm University, Germany)


  • Dr. Alexander Beck-Ratzka (GAT development, MPI for Gravitational Physics, Albert Einstein Institute, Potsdam, Germany)
  • Ceriel Jacobs (GAT development, Free University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Partners within the bwGRiD portal team


Uni Freiburg

University of Freiburg
Uni Mannheim University of Mannheim
Uni Tübingen University of Tübingen
Uni Ulm University of Ulm
KIT: Steinbuch Centre for Computing Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
   High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS)

The Gatlet project is funded by
  • the Ministry for Education and Research Germany,
  • the Ministry for Science, Research and Arts Baden-Wuerttemberg
  • and the project partners.
Federal Ministry of Education and Research   Federal Ministry of Education and Research
Ministry for Science, Research and Arts Baden-Wuerttemberg   Ministry for Science, Research
and Arts Baden-Wuerttemberg