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SDSC’s Comet Supercomputer Surpasses 10,000-User Milestone

2/9/17 The petascale supercomputer at the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC), Comet, has surpassed its target of serving at least 10,000 researchers from a wide range of science disciplines. Comet’s success is due, in large part, to science gateways jobs. Since Comet went into production less than two years ago, about 15,000 users have used it […]

SGCI-Sponsored Computational Chemistry Presentations at NOBCChE 2016 Conference

The Science Gateways Community Institute is proud to sponsor computational chemistry presentations during the 43rd Annual Conference of the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE). The theme for NOBCChE 2016 is “Paradigm Shift: Cultivating STEM Leadership to Solve Grand Challenges.” SGCI-sponsored presentations will be co-chaired by Dr. Sudhakar Pamidighantam and Dr. Linda Bailey Hayden.

Science Gateways Survey raw data now available

Science gateways survey

Through a large-scale survey, we measured the extent and characteristics of the gateway community (reliance on gateways, nature of existing resources) to understand useful services and support for builders and users. We administered an online survey to nearly 29,000 principal investigators, senior administrators, and people with gateway affiliations. Nearly 5,000 individuals responded. In addition to the survey questions and a paper based on the data, the raw data (anonymized) is now available in SPSS, CSV, and Excel format.

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