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WHISPers Gateway’s Look and Feel Redefined After SGCI Usability and Developer Support Consultations

At SGCI, we understand the pain points of gateway developers, so when we designed our consulting services, we did so in a way that would allow one consultation to seamlessly feed into another. Our recent engagement with the Informatics Team at the USGS National Wildlife Health Center regarding the Wildlife Health Information Sharing Partnership event reporting system (WHISPers) project presents a great example of how this works.

Atmospheric Researchers Will Benefit from Improvements Made by SGCI Consultants and Intern on LROSE Gateway

The Lidar Radar Open Software Environment (LROSE) project provides atmospheric researchers to high-quality, open source software. Researchers have had to install LROSE onto their individual machines, which caused several issues since users are not necessarily software experts. Wanting to benefit the community by providing a user-friendly gateway but lacking the expertise to do so on their own, the LROSE team sought support from SGCI consultants and an intern.

SGCI Support Paves the Way for the SimCCS Gateway to Tackle Climate Change Mitigation

Participating in Gateway Focus Week helped the SimCCS team create a vision for the future of the gateway, and working with EDS consultants helped them realize the vision. The result is a gateway that can play a meaningful role in mitigating climate change.

GenApp's User Interface Modernized Thanks to Successful Engagements With SGCI

The GenApp team participated in Gateway Focus Week in 2017 and then worked with SGCI Usability and Extended Developer Support consultants to improve their user-interface. They also hosted three funded SGCI interns who worked on improving the gateway.

People of SGCI: Andrew Magill

Andrew Magill RESA III Python and Django Developer Texas Advanced Computing Center What is your role within SGCI and what do you do? I am fairly new to SGCI, I am a few months into my first engagement providing Extended Developer Support (EDS) to clients at UC San Diego. Together we are building a new science gateway that will engage citizens, students, and scientists in an effort to make our towns, cities, and bioregions healthier for both the people and their environment. ...

SGCI helped build EcologyPlus with customized areas for career development

SGCI's Extended Developer Support (EDS) consultants worked with Teresa Mourad of the Ecological Society of America (ESA) to build a new gateway called EcologyPlus on the HUBzero platform. EcologyPlus offers students and recent graduates from underrepresented minority groups with year-round mentoring and career resources.

People of SGCI: Shawn Rice

Shawn Rice Application Programs Manager, HUBzero Purdue University What is your role within SGCI and what do you do? I work in the Extended Developer Support (EDS) area of SGCI and coordinate consultation and development efforts pertaining to the HUBzero platform. I also do development and offer consultation when the client’s needs match my particular domains of knowledge. How did you come to be a part of SGCI, and why were you intrigued by the opportunity? HUBzero...

People of SGCI: John Gentle

John Gentle Research Engineering Scientist Associate II Texas Advanced Computing Center   What is your role within SGCI and what do you do? My primary role within SGCI is as an EDS (Extended Developer Support) consultant in which I assist project teams that are developing web-portals to serve as an interface for utilizing high-performance computing systems by researchers, scientists and various members of the SGCI community. How did you come to be a part of SGCI, and...

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