SGCI webinars bring together community members across the globe.

Webinar: Your Audience Comes First: The Key to Communication and Engagement

November 7, 2018

Your Audience Comes First: The Key to Communication and Engagement

Presented by Elyse Aurbach, Public Engagement Lead, Office of Academic Innovation, University of Michigan

This was a special reprise of the Gateways 2017 Keynote. This presentation is particularly useful for people presenting at conferences or to stakeholder communities.

Connecting people through scientific or engineering gateways requires effective communication....

Special Edition Webinar: How SGCI Helped Coastal Emergency Risks Assessment (CERA) Gateway Meet Their Goals

October 24, 2018

How SGCI Helped Coastal Emergency Risks Assessment (CERA) Gateway Meet Their Goals

Presented by Jason Fleming, ASGS Technology Manager, Seahorse Coastal Consulting, LLC

During a critical event like an impending or active tropical storm, emergency managers, weather forecasters, and GIS specialists seek visualizations and geographic data to evaluate the impact of this storm. The Coastal Emergency Risks Assessment (CERA) science gateway provides...

Webinar: Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud for Gateways

October 10, 2018

Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud for Gateways

Presented by Don Schulte, AWS Technical Business Development Manager, HPC

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...

Webinar: Meaningful Metrics—Selecting the Right Ones for Your Gateway

September 12, 2018

Meaningful Metrics: Selecting the Right Ones for your Gateway

Presented by Ann Zimmerman, Principal and Founder, Ann Zimmerman Consulting

Metrics are all the rage. Potential funders often require you to list them in your proposal. Advisory boards, current funders, and review committees want to see them in progress reports. Even users can find metrics helpful for deciding whether your gateway is worth contributing data or resources to,...

Webinar: Hosting Gateways on Bridges, a Converged HPC, AI, and Big Data Platform

August 8, 2018

Hosting Gateways on Bridges, a Converged HPC, AI, and Big Data Platform

Presented by Sergiu Sanielevici, Director, User Support for Scientific Applications, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

Bridges converges high-performance computing (HPC), artificial intelligence (AI), and Big Data and offers a familiar and exceptionally flexible user environment, applicable to whatever data analytics or simulation exceed groups’ local capabilities. Supported...

Special Edition Webinar: Takeaways from the Science Gateways Bootcamp

June 27, 2018

Takeaways from the Science Gateways Bootcamp

Presented by Science Gateways Bootcamp participants:
Anna-Maria Escherich, University of Texas, Austin, and NSF NeuroNex Hub for 3D Electron Microscopy
Gwen Jacobs, University of Hawaii and IKE Gateway
Drew LaMar, College of William and Mary and QUBES gateway
Suzanne Pierce, University of Texas, Austin, and Intelligent Systems for Geosciences
Derrick Poon Young, retired chairman of the...

Webinar: Tech Sampler—Lessons learned from using Keycloak and GraphQL in gateways

June 13, 2018

Tech Sampler—Lessons learned from using Keycloak and GraphQL in gateways

Presented by Marcus Christie, Indiana University, and Steven Snyder, Purdue University
Members of the SGCI Extended Developer Support Team

SGCI's Extended Developer Support team works with many different technologies to help gateways build or enhance their services. This webinar features two such technologies: Keycloak and GraphQL.

Keycloak is an...

Webinar: Working in the R Ecosystem: Building Applications & Content for Your Gateway

May 9, 2018

Working in the R Ecosystem—Building Applications & Content for Your Gateway

Presented by Derrick Kearney, Software Engineer, RStudio

The R programming language first appeared on the scene in the 1990's as an open source environment for statistical modeling and data analysis. Throughout the last decade, interest in the language has grown alongside researcher's abilities to collect and store larger amounts of data. Today,...

Webinar: Making Your Gateway Easy to Find—An Introduction to Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

April 11, 2018

Making Your Gateway Easy to Find—An Introduction to Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

Presented by Shari Thurow, Founder and SEO Director, Omni Marketing Interactive

Do you ever wonder why some websites are easy to find? Do you wonder why some content is easy to locate and discover? Do you want to make sure that your science gateway is findable and search-engine friendly?

This webinar will introduce “organic” search engine...

Webinar: Sustaining Science Gateways—Finding your "best fit" model

March 14, 2018

Sustaining Science Gateways—Finding your "best fit" model

Presented by Nancy Maron, Principal and Founder, BlueSky to BluePrint

Digital projects – science gateways, data repositories, educational websites, and others—have a few things in common. They can deliver a great deal of value to users – by sharing widely sophisticated tools, large data sets, or access to computing capacity among those in the academic...
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