Trusted CI Blog: Chem Compute JupyterHub (1st May, 2020 - 15th July, 2020)

Read this blog post from Trusted CI to hear about the Chem Compute cybersecurity engagement. Trusted CI and SGCI provided this short-term engagement. Chem Compute PI, Mark Perri, worked with Ishan Abhinit, a cybersecurity consultant, to review Chem Compute's servers, services, policies, and implementation of JupyterHub. You can receive a cybersecurity engagement from Trusted CI and SGCI by completing a service request form .

New Solicitation: NSF 20-592 - Cyberinfrastructure for Sustained Scientific Innovation

NSF is happy to announce that the new CSSI (Cyberinfrastructure for Sustained Scientific Innovation) solicitation NSF 20-592 is now released with a submission deadline of October 28, 2020 .   Please see the program page or follow the following link to access the NSF 20-592 solicitation directly: https://www.nsf.gov/publications/pub_summ.jsp?WT.z_pims_id=505505&ods_key=nsf20592 .   Prospective Principal Investigators (PIs) should be aware that...

HICSS54: Important Updates

This year, HICSS has received over 1,400 papers. They are currently being peer-reviewed. Accepted papers will be published early in January in the Proceedings of the 54th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. The committee believes that it is going to be another impressive set of cutting-edge research papers. HICSS-54 Proceedings are expected to hit another record of downloads. The latest figure we have for the download of the last three HICSS Proceedings is nearly...

PEARC20 Plenary Introduces Five Upcoming NSF-Funded HPC Systems Including SGCI Collaboration Delta

Five new HPC systems—three National Science Foundation-funded “Capacity” systems and two “Innovative Prototype/Testbed” systems—will be coming online through the end of 2021. One of the systems, the Category I Delta system, will have more than 800 late-model Nvidia GPUs. The $10-million resource will be the largest GPU system by FLOPS in NSF’s portfolio at launch. Among other things, Delta will feature a rich variety of interfaces, from command-line to science gateways,...

SCUDEM V 2020 - SIMIODE Challenge Using Differential Equations Modeling For High School Students and Undergraduates

SIMIODE – Systemic Initiative for Modeling Investigations and Opportunities with Differential Equations is a non-profit Community of Practice, supported by the National Science Foundation, in support of motivating and teaching differential equations through modeling. See  www.simiode.org . ALL is FREE in SIMIODE. SCUDEM V 2020 - SIMIODE Challenge Using Differential Equations Modeling is an annual event for students.  Teams of three high school or undergraduate students...

SGCI's Sandra Gesing Featured in the Science Node Paths to HPC Series

Sandra Gesing This computational scientist is passionate about supporting underserved disciplines. The Paths to HPC series, presented in collaboration with  Women in HPC , showcases the women working in high-performance computing. Our hope is that by highlighting these trailblazers—and the sometimes unique paths they followed into the field—other women will feel inspired to envision themselves in similar roles.   Today we talk with Sandra Gesing ,...

CaRCC Research Computing and Data Capabilities Model: Deadline Approaching for Community Data Access

The Research Computing and Data Capabilities Model  (RCDCM) was released earlier this year, and the 2020 participation window will close August 30. If you complete an institutional assessment and contribute to the 2020 Community Data collection, you’ll get access to the detailed version of the aggregated data this Fall, allowing you to compare your institution’s program with those of peer institutions. High-level summary data is shared with the broader community, but the data for...

PEARC20: Science Gateway-Related Presentations

PEARC20 will take place virtually this year, July 27-31, 2020. We’ve compiled a list of all science gateway-presentations to make the hunt easier for you. Please refer to the PEARC20 program for the most up-to-date details. SGCI is also hosting the Hack@PEARC20 again this year, which is for both undergraduate and graduate students. The Hackathon will take place July 27-30. Learn more here ! Note: Presentations with an asterisk will be given by SGCI Staff.  All...

Case Studies Highlight Gateway Sustainability Models

Helping gateway teams achieve sustainability is a core mission of the Science Gateways Community Institute because we understand that thinking through and implementing sustainability strategies can help to ensure the success and longevity of a gateway. We offer various opportunities for teams to work on sustainability strategies, such as Gateway Focus Week and  one-on-one consultations . We also offer  resources on our website that the community can learn from....

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Request for Applications: Essential Open Source Software for Science (Cycle 3)

The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative invites applications in support of open source software projects that are essential to biomedical research. The goal of the program is to support software maintenance, growth, development, and community engagement for these critical tools. Learn more about the application here . The application is due August 4, 2020.