In the talk, we will present an overview of the interTwin project along with the corresponding Digital Twin Engine (DTE) architecture for federating the different, heterogeneous resources available to the scientific use-cases (storage, HPC, HTC, quantum) when training and exploitation of digital twins within the different scientific domains. The challenges faced when designing the architecture will be described, along with the solutions being developed to address them. interTwin is required to be interoperable with other infrastructures, including EuroHPC-based Destination Earth Initiative (DestinE) and an infrastructure for accessing Copernicus satellite data, C-SCALE. We will also present our strategy for making DTE available within the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). The details of all such interoperability will also be presented.
Speaker: Patrick Fuhrman, DESY