HPC Wire Article: SC19 Hackathon Organized by CloudyCluster and SGCI

The HPC Wire article covers the Cloud HPC Hackathon at SC19, which was organized by CloudyCluster and SGCI. Read it here . 

Congratulations to the Cloudify Gateways Awardees!

Congratulations to the awardees of the Cloudify Gateways solicitation, organized by SGCI, CloudyCluster, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP). These awardees will get GCP credits and support from CloudyCluster to enhance the reach and cloud capabilities of their gateways.  The winning projects, announced at the SC19 conference, were: Making the Open OnDemand Platform Cloud Deployable Integrating COSMIC 2  to GCP through CloudyCluster Cyber Range—Educational Gateway for...

PEARC20: Significant Changes Made to Submission Deadlines

The PEARC20 planning committee has announced significant changes to submission deadlines. The new set of deadlines is listed below, but please check the Call for Participation  for the most up-to-date information.  January January 22nd: Tutorial submissions due January 22nd: Workshop submissions due February February 17th: Technical track full paper submissions due February 17th: Abstracts due for Lightning Talk submissions February 19th: Tutorial...

Science Node article "Can a supercomputer help you learn chemistry?" features the work of SGCI Client Chem Compute

Can a supercomputer help you learn chemistry? Chem Compute gateway delivers equal experiences to all students Speed read Chemistry students may have trouble visualizing the equations they have to learn Supercomputer simulations increase understanding, but aren’t available to all students Chem Compute science gateway improves access to resources and equalizes education It’s not always easy for students to see what a molecule looks like based on an equation. An...

PEARC20 Seeks Program Committee Members by Jan. 10, 2020

Join the PEARC20 Program Committee and be an integral part of a successful conference. This year the conference will be managed in tracks (papers, panels, tutorials), so you have the option to join multiple tracks as a reviewer. This invitation is for any of the 4 tracks: Advanced research computing environments – systems and system software Application software, support, and outcomes People involved in research computing – workforce development, diversity, and...

SGCI's Julia Looney Featured in the Science Node Paths to HPC Series

Julia Looney Overcoming imposter syndrome to find the secret to her own 'good enough' Our new series, Paths to HPC, showcases 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 Julia Looney , Python Developer at the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) . What was your...

Call for Applications for Trusted CI's Open Science Cybersecurity Fellows Program — Apply by Jan. 17, 2020

Trusted CI serves the scientific community as the NSF Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, providing leadership in and assistance in cybersecurity in the support of research. In 2019, Trusted CI established the Open Science Cybersecurity Fellows program. This program establishes and supports a network of Fellows with diversity in both geography and scientific discipline. These fellows have access to training and other resources to foster their professional development in cybersecurity. In...

KC Claffy, Director of SGCI Client CAIDA, Inducted Into Internet Hall of Fame

Congratulations to KC Claffy for being inducted into the Internet Hall of Fame! Claffy is the director of the Center for Applied Data Analysis (CAIDA) at the University of California's San Diego Supercomputer Center. Her team at CAIDA worked with SGCI's EDS consultants in 2018. Claffy's work has helped the global scientific research community to better understand the Internet and how it is used. Learn more about her in the  announcement written on the Internet Hall of Fame...

SC19: How to connect with SGCI and other gateway-related presentations

We look forward to seeing you at SC19 in Denver! We've compiled presentations that will be given by our staff below, as well as those being given by our Partners, Affiliates, clients, and anything else that's gateway-related.  Presentations by SGCI Staff Presentations by SGCI Partners and Affiliates Other Presentations and Events of Interest SGCI Participant, Partner, and Affiliate Booths Presentations by SGCI Staff Sunday, Nov. 17 ...

In Science Node article "Staying ahead of the data tsunami," Joe Yun says Macroscope project wouldn't exist if it weren't for the Focus Week experience

Staying ahead of the data tsunami The Social Media Macroscope helps researchers go with the big data flow Speed read Social media platforms create a lot of data that scientists can use Accessing this information often requires advanced computer science knowledge Social Media Macroscope gateway allows researchers outside of STEM to navigate social media data Scientists spend years studying to become experts in their field—but every once in a while a tidal wave...