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October 15, 2015
Dennis Gannon, formerly of Indiana University and Microsoft, has written a terrific blog post summarizing the recent 10th Gateway Computing Environments Workshop (GCE15). He shares his favorite talks as well as some commentary about Dan Katz’s talk and the implications for software sustainability.
The gateway workshop series is now in Australia! IWSG-Australia took place on October 19, 2015 in conjunction with the eResearch Australasia conference in Brisbane from October 19-23. More details about the workshop can be found here:
Update: Our own Nancy Wilkins-Diehr gave a virtual presentation at the Brisbane event. Her talk was “Science Gateways: The Importance of Community Building.”
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.
The International Workshop on Science Gateways (IWSG’15) will be in Budapest, Hungary from June 3–5, 2015. Authors of accepted papers at the workshop will be invited to submit an extended version to a special issue at the journal Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience jointly organized with the US workshop on science gateways. Registration closes May 29.
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.
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: http://bit.ly/swsustsurvey