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SGCI at the Supercomputing 2016 Conference

The Supercomputing 2016 Conference is underway in Salt Lake City, Utah, and SGCI staff are in attendance!

SC15: A summary of Science Gateways activities

At SC15 in November, there were more than a dozen presentations and gatherings related to science gateways. Institute team member Marlon Pierce assembled a list of those papers, presentations, exhibits, demos, and gatherings here:

10th Gateway Computing Environments Workshop (GCE15)

The 10th Gateway Computing Environments workshop was co-hosted with WSSSPE3 from noon on September 30th to noon on October 1st in Boulder, Colorado, USA. The workshop continued the previous GCE series theme of providing a means of exchanging ideas, building on the experiences of others, and reducing the “time to science.” It featured case studies and an opportunity to share common experiences.

9th Gateway Computing Environments Workshop (GCE14)

We will be at the Supercomputing 2014 (SC14) conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. We’ll be hosting this half-day workshop at the conference on Friday, November 21, 2014. It will provide a means of exchanging ideas, building from the experiences of others and reducing the “time to science.” It will feature case studies and an opportunity to share common experiences.

Software Sustainability Institute launches a survey: Contribute your insights!

As part of the WSSSPE (Working on Sustainable Software for Science: Practice and Experience) community, the UK Software Sustainability Institute (SSI) at the University of Edinburgh set up a short survey to help define what the concept of “software sustainability” means to different people in the research community.

Take the survey:

SC13: The Supercomputing Conference

Welcome to SC13

On November 17-22, many members of our team will be at SC13. We’ll be participating in several events at the conference including the 1st Workshop on Sustainable Software for Science: Practice and Experiences (WSSSPE), where Nancy Wilkins-Diehr will be a panelist representing part of a collection of papers in the “communities” area, including our own position paper. More details follow.

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