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People of SGCI: Andrew Adams

Andrew Adams Senior Information Security Analyst, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center Carnegie Mellon University   What is your role within SGCI and what do you do? As part of SGCI’s Incubator services, my role is to provide cybersecurity guidance and advice to science gateways that SGCI engages with. This encompasses anything from comparing system configurations to best practices, to assisting a client in writing policy in order to build a security program. How did you...

People of SGCI: Rick Mouser

Rick Mouser Business Development Manager, HUBzero Purdue University What is your role within SGCI and what do you do? I am one of the instructors for Science Gateways Bootcamp . I provide instructions on how a gateway can create a business development strategy using sales and fundraising fundamentals. How did you come to be a part of SGCI, and why were you intrigued by the opportunity? The first Bootcamp I attended was in October of 2017, shortly after joining the...

People of SGCI: Mark Krenz

Mark Krenz Lead Security Analyst Indiana University Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research (CACR) What is your role within SGCI and what do you do? As part of the Incubator service area, my primary role within SGCI is to provide cybersecurity guidance and advice to science gateways that SGCI engages with. That role has recently expanded to also provide cybersecurity operational assistance to SGCI itself. How did you come to be a part of SGCI, and why were you intrigued by...

People of SGCI: Nate Snodgrass

Nate Snodgrass Program Manager, HUBzero Purdue University What is your role within SGCI and what do you do? I work in the SGCI Incubator where I serve as an instructor covering Budgeting for the bi-annual Science Gateways Bootcamp, help with management of the Incubator portion of the project, and am involved in the planning process for each Bootcamp. How did you come to be a part of SGCI, and why were you intrigued by the opportunity? I became a part of SGCI when Mike...

Cohort Four Reflects on the Value of Science Gateways Bootcamp

The final Science Gateways Bootcamp cohort of 2018 met in August in Chicago, IL. Offered twice per year, the intensive week-long workshop addresses the importance of having some level of business know-how in order to achieve sustainability for science gateway projects.

Science Gateways Bootcamp: Enthusiastic Praise from Cohort Three

Science Gateways Bootcamp is designed to provide participants with a practical and essential toolkit for the evolution and growth of their science gateway projects. This year, SGCI's Incubator team took the intensive, week-long Bootcamp on the road to make it more convenient for people from all around the country to attend, offering the May 2018 session at the Texas Advanced Computing Center in Austin, TX.

People of SGCI: Claire Stirm

Claire Stirm Science Gateway Manager, HUBzero Purdue University What is your role within SGCI and what do you do? I am a member of the Incubator team for SGCI. I help plan Science Gateways Bootcamps that occur bi-annually, which includes coordinating all the logistics such as scouting locations, planning meals, and working closely with the instructors to make sure the Bootcamp runs smoothly. I am also involved with onboarding new projects that submit a request to use...

People of SGCI: Paul Parsons

Paul Parsons Assistant Professor Purdue University   What is your role within SGCI and what do you do? I work in the SGCI incubator where I lead the usability consulting service. As part of my role in the incubator, I run a usability workshop at the bi-annual incubator-led Science Gateways Bootcamp . I also manage usability consulting services that are offered to gateway creators to help them improve the usability and user experience of their gateways. In this role, I...

People of SGCI: Nancy Maron

Nancy Maron Incubator Consultant Founder, BlueSky to BluePrint What is your role within SGCI and what do you do? I joined the team as a consultant to support the Incubator. I’ve helped to develop the week-long, intensive Science Gateways Bootcamp program, and I am one of its instructors. In addition, I offer business consulting services as part of the Incubator. I love working with creative people who have a terrific idea or even a well-developed Gateway and figuring out ways...

Report from October 2017 Science Gateways Bootcamp

The second Science Gateways Bootcamp of 2017 took place in October in Indianapolis, IN. Eight teams participated in this intensive, week-long workshop to gain the skills needed for developing, operating, and sustaining gateways. As was the case with attendees of the inaugural Bootcamp in April 2017, participants balanced intensive learning and hands-on work with fun evening gatherings and opportunities for networking with their cohort and instructors.
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