The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) is an NSF-funded single virtual organization which connects scientists with advanced digital resources. People around the world use these resources and services — things like supercomputers, collections of data, expert staff and new tools — to improve our planet. Learn how XSEDE can enable your researchhere.
Apratim Bhattacharya has been using XSEDE resources for seven years. He's currently a development specialist in R&D at Praxair in Tonawanda, New York, a 100-year-old company dedicated to making the planet more productive. Currently, he uses XSEDE resources to independently conduct research on Protein folding and protein-protein interactions.
XSEDE Seeking Satellite Sites for Monthly Workshop Series
XSEDE is pleased to announce a regular series of remote workshops on High Performance Computing topics. These hands-on workshops provide a convenient way for researchers to learn about the latest techniques and technologies of current interest in HPC. We are currently accepting satellite sites for:
August 7 OpenMP(Last Call)
September 5-6 Big Data
October 2-3 MPI
Satellite sites MUST be able to provide a facility capable of two-way video for the duration of the workshop. There should also be a full time TA available to assist with local technical issues. You, or another representative of your institution, should contact Tom Maiden (email@example.com) if you are interested in hosting a remote site.
2018 NSF Cybersecurity Summit: Call for Participation open until June 20
Call for Participation is now open for the 2018 NSF Cybersecurity Summit for Large Facilities and Cyberinfrastructure to be held August 21-23 in Alexandria, VA. They are accepting proposals for full or half-day training sessions, for plenary presentations, and for breakout sessions. Submissions should be sent toCFP@trustedci.org by June 20th. The Summit is also seeking nominations for the Community Leadership Recognition Program, and applications for the student program. To learn more, visit the summit's website below.
Writing a Successful XSEDE Allocation Proposal Webinar on June 15
This short webinar will introduce users to the process of writing an XSEDE allocation proposal, and cover the elements that make a proposal successful. This webinar is recommended for users making the jump from a startup allocation to a research allocation, and is highly recommended for new campus champions.
All are welcome to attend the ECSS symposium on Tuesday, June 19 at 1 p.m. Eastern/10 a.m. Pacific featuring "An Innovative Tool for IO Workload Management on Supercomputers" with Si Liu of TACC and "The Brain Image Library" with Derek Simmel of Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center. Click the link below for symposium coordinates and additional details.
Apply by June 22 for Science Gateways Bootcamp to be held August 13-17 in Chicago
Are you building or developing a science gateway (portal, virtual research environment, digital interface)? If so, the Science Gateways Bootcamp could be for you.
Science Gateways Bootcamp: Strategies for Developing, Operating, and Sustaining Your Gateway is a week-long workshop for leaders of gateways who want to further develop and scale their work. Participants engage in hands-on activities to help them articulate the value of their work to key stakeholders and to create a strong development, operations, and sustainability plan. By the end of the Bootcamp, participants will have developed a working hypothesis of their sustainability strategy and identified the key action steps to get there.
The next Bootcamp, offered by the Science Gateways Community Institute, will take place August 13-17, 2018 in Chicago, IL. There is no cost to participate in the Bootcamp. Applications will be accepted through June 22, 2018. Learn more and apply at the link below.
Trusted CI Webinar on June 25: Security Program at LSST with Alex Withers
Trusted CI, the NSF Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, has recently launched a webinar series to fulfill their mission of providing readily available cybersecurity services tailored to the NSF science community. Join their webinar on June 25 at 11am Eastern to hear from Alex Withers about LSST's security program. Registration will be available two weeks in advance.