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The SGCI serves the science gateway community.

We provide NSF-funded, online and in-person resources and services. Our goal is to facilitate the sharing of experiences, technologies, and practices within this community at little or no cost to our community members. Read success stories about how we've supported gateway development and our community of gateway creators, users, and students.
 

What is a Gateway? What is a Gateway?

Science gateways allow science & engineering communities to access shared data, software, computing services, instruments, educational materials, and other resources specific to their disciplines. Read more on Wikipedia.

Updates

Upcoming: October 10, 2018

SGCI Webinar Series

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

Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud for Gateways

AWS helps researchers process complex workloads by providing the cost-effective, scalable and secure compute storage and database capabilities needed to accelerate time-to-science and produce science gateways. With AWS, scientists can quickly analyze massive data pipelines, store petabytes of data, and share their results with collaborators around the world, focusing on science, not servers. 

Video and slides from our September webinar about metrics are available in our webinar archive.

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2018 SGCI Summer Internship Reports

With summer coming to a close, SGCI summer interns are reporting back to us about their fruitful experiences at partner sites such as TACC, Lawrence Berkeley Lab, and more. Check out our Success Stories page to read through their reports—you're sure to feel inspired by these budding science gateway developers! 

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Other News + Events

 

TACC-2-BOINC Project

TACC and BOINC (an SGCI partner) have teamed up to offer open-source software for volunteer computing and client-server architecture to researchers using TACC resources. The project team behind TACC-2-BOINC includes an SGCI summer intern!

Summer Meeting for the Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP)>More

 

Report from Hacking and Making at Time-Bounded Events at CHI 2018

SGCI co-hosted the Hacking and Making at Time-Bounded Events: Current Trends and Next Steps in Research and Event Design Workshop at the CHI 2018 Conference. Read this blog post, written by SGCI staffer Mona Wong, to find out how it went and to link to some resources that could be helpful should you be organizing a time-bounded event in the future. 

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