SGCI at 13th Annual International Conference on Information Technology & Computer Science

Report from 13th Annual International Conference on Information Technology and Computer Science By Linda Hayden Workforce Development participated in the 13th Annual International Conference on Information Technology and Computer Science which took place May 15-18, 2017, in Athens, Greece.  The paper documented the outcome of the SGW-I conceptualization project and described the extensive Workforce Development […]

Reflections from the Inaugural Science Gateways Bootcamp in April, 2017

5/31/17 Eleven teams were selected to participate in the inaugural Science Gateways Bootcamp, which took place in Indianapolis, IN. April 24-28, 2017. It was an intense week of learning and working with very productive outcomes. The topics covered in this intensive Bootcamp included everything from sustainability to market development, understanding target audiences and key stakeholders […]

People of SGCI: Juliana Casavan

5/18/17 Juliana Casavan Entrepreneurial Programs Manager Purdue University What is your role within SGCI and what do you do? My role with SGCI is within the Incubator. I provide entrepreneurial teaching and coaching to the participants that attend the Science Gateways Bootcamp and would like to further pursue their market validation. I help science gateway […]

People of SGCI: Eroma Abeysinghe

4/14/17 Eroma Abeysinghe Principal Business Analyst, Science Gateways Research Center Indiana University What is your role within SGCI and what do you do? I am part of the Extended Developer Support (EDS) service area of SGCI. My main responsibility within EDS is to provide consultation to campus groups who are in need of a science gateway […]

Sage Advice: How to Get Started When You Have an Idea

4/6/17 Designer and developer Jonathan Z. White recently wrote an inspiring Medium post about how to get started with executing an idea. Reading his post made us think of all the potential gateway developers out there and how the idea of getting started with developing a gateway can feel daunting. Jonathan suggests starting with the following steps: […]

People of SGCI: Sandra Gesing

3/15/17 Sandra Gesing Research Assistant Professor and Computational Scientist University of Notre Dame   What is your role within SGCI and what do you do? I’m part of both the Community Engagement and Exchange and Incubator service areas. My main responsibility is consulting with universities on building on-campus teams for developing and maintaining science gateways. […]

Mike Zentner’s Observations from the RDA Eighth Plenary Meeting

Observations from the Research Data Alliance (RDA) Eighth Plenary Meeting, September 15-17, 2016 in Denver, CO By Michael G. Zentner In September of 2016, a crowd of research data enthusiasts convened in Denver, CO for the Research Data Alliance (RDA) Eighth Plenary Meeting. One of my SGCI colleagues, Sandra Gesing, was scheduled to attend but […]

Linda Hayden’s Report from AGU

Report from the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting, December 12-16, 2016 By Linda Hayden The 2016 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting took place in December 2016 and, for the first time, offered the opportunity to participate in a Poster Lightning Session. The goal of this program was to provide individuals an opportunity to […]

Gateways 2016 Student Blogs

SGCI sponsored the attendance of several students at Gateways 2016. Some of these students contributed blog posts after the conference and offered their impressions and suggestions, as well as ideas on how to improve the student experience as we look ahead to Gateways 2017. Here are some of the highlights: Charlie Nelson, a student at […]

Sandra Gesing and Maytal Dahan’s Report from HICSS 2017

Report from the Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science (HICSS), January 4-7, 2017 By Sandra Gesing and Maytal Dahan If you follow our twitter feed at you already know that we had an amazing opportunity to attend the Hawaii International Conference on System Science (HICSS) on the Big Island of Hawaii. A conference in […]

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