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SGCI Webinar Series

SGCI hosts a webinar series on the second Wednesday of each month at 1 pm Eastern/10 am Pacific time.

Our next webinar, "Data and Software Carpentry: Using Training to Build a Worldwide Research Community" will be presented by Tracy Teal, co-founder and Executive Director of Data Carpentry, on May 10, 2017. Register here.

Past webinar videos are also available to view or download.

Gateways 2017 Conference

Mark your calendars! Gateways 2017 will take place on the campus of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI October 23-25, 2017.

We are now accepting submissions of papers, demos, tutorials, panels, and more. We welcome the submission of many presentation formats on the topic of science or engineering gateways. Topics may include their design, use, impact, development process, sustainability, best practices - or any other aspect that you think fellow gateway creators or users will find interesting to learn. We also welcome educational topics directed toward the next generation of gateway creators. Read more details in the Call for Participation.

SGCI Summer Programs for Undergraduate and Graduate Students

The Science Gateways Community Institute will host three programs in summer 2017 for students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Programs will take place at an SGCI partner site. Each program includes a stipend, travel support, and housing for each student. Learn more about these programs and how to apply here.

CFP for Special Issue on Science Gateway Workshops 2016

The Special Issue on Science Gateway Workshops 2016 is open for submissions which are not published elsewhere and for extended high-quality papers presented at IWSG 2016 (June 8-10, 2016; Rome, Italy), Gateways 2016 (November 2-3; San Diego, USA), IWSG-A 2016 (October 10, 2016; Melbourne, Australia) and the Science Gateway Minitrack of HICSS (January 3-7, 2017; Hilton Waikoloa Village, USA). Read more.

Practice and Experience in Advanced Research Computing (PEARC17)

Managers, system administrators, user support staff, computational scientists, students, and educators are invited to contribute to discussions on the operation and use of campus and national advanced research computing centers at the 2017 Practice and Experience in Advanced Research Computing conference (PEARC17), which will be held in New Orleans, July 9–13, 2017. Read more about PEARC17.

9th International Workshop on Science Gateways (IWSG 2017)

IWSG 2017 will take place June 19-21, 2017 in Poznan, Poland. The workshop aims to bring researchers and scientists together from different scientific domains, along with science gateways developers, to discuss problems and solutions in the area, to identify new issues, to shape future directions for research, foster the exchange of ideas, standards, and common requirements in an effort to push towards the wider adoption of science gateways in e-Science. More detail about IWSG 2017, including deadline information, can be found here.

The 51st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-51)

The Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) is one of the longest standing scientific communities in the information systems and technology fields. The 51st conference will take place January 3-6, 2018. Learn more about the conference, including the minitrack chaired by SGCI's Sandra Gesing: "Turning Smart: Challenges and Experiences in Smart Application Development."

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