SGCI webinars bring together community members across the globe.

Webinar: Gateway Showcase featuring I-TASSER and Chem Compute

September 13, 2017
Gateway Showcase featuring

I-TASSER
Presented by Chengxin Zhang, Department of Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics, University of Michigan

and

Chem Compute
Presented by Mark Perri, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Sonoma State University

Webinar: Interactive Best Practices: Job Management & Scheduling

August 9, 2017

Interactive Best Practices: Job Management & Scheduling

Featuring presentations by:
Todd Tannenbaum, HTCondor Project
Mark Miller, CIPRES
Sudhakar Pamidighantam, SEAgrid

Do you wonder what is the best way to manage and schedule computational jobs? How do experts approach this task? This month’s webinar invites people from a variety of resources to share how they approach job management and scheduling. The resources represented...

Webinar: Jupyter as a Gateway for Scientific Collaboration and Education

July 20, 2017

Jupyter as a Gateway for Scientific Collaboration and Education
Presented by Carol Willing, Cal Poly SLO and Jupyter Steering Council

Project Jupyter, evolved from the IPython environment, provides a platform for interactive computing that is widely used today in research, education, journalism and industry. The core premise of the Jupyter architecture is to design tools around the experience of interactive computing, building an environment, protocol,...

Webinar: Gateway Showcase featuring VectorBase and CitSci.org

June 14, 2017

Gateway Showcase featuring VectorBase and CitSci.org

VectorBase: A bioinformatics resource for invertebrate vectors and other organisms related with human diseases
Presented by Gloria I. Giraldo-Calderón, PhD, VectorBase Scientific Liaison/Outreach Manager

CitSci.org: A platform for engaging citizen scientists through individualized websites
Presented by Greg Newman, Director CitSci.org & Research Scientist, Natural Resource...

Webinar: Data and Software Carpentry: Using Training to Build a Worldwide Research Community

May 10, 2017

Data and Software Carpentry: Using Training to Build a Worldwide Research Community
Presented by Tracy Teal, co-founder and the Executive Director of Data Carpentry, and Adjunct Assistant Professor with BEACON, Michigan State University

Although petabytes of data are now available, most scientific disciplines are failing to translate this sea of data into scientific advances. The missing step between data collection and research progress is a lack of...

Webinar: Gateway Showcase featuring Ensayo Project's SimEOC and Spatial Portal for Analysis of Climatic Effects on Species (SPACES)

April 12, 2017

Gateway Showcase featuring

Ensayo Project's SimEOC: A Web-Based Virtual Emergency Operations Center Simulator for Training and Research
Presented by Greg Madey, University of Notre Dame

and

Spatial Portal for Analysis of Climatic Effects on Species (SPACES)
Presented by Dilkushi de Alwis Pitts, University of Cambridge

Webinar: Building a Modern Research Data Portal with Globus - Introduction to the Globus Platform

March 8, 2017

Building a Modern Research Data Portal with Globus - Introduction to the Globus Platform
Presented by Steve Tuecke and Greg Nawrocki, University of Chicago - Globus.org

Abstract: Science DMZ (a portion of the network optimized for high-performance scientific applications) architectures provide frictionless end-to-end network paths; and Globus APIs allow programmers to create powerful research data portals that leverage these paths for data...

Webinar: Creating a developer pipeline by teaching gateway technologies

February 8, 2017

Creating a developer pipeline by teaching gateway technologies
Presented by Marlon Pierce and Suresh Marru, Indiana University

Abstract: Do you have trouble recruiting and retaining good gateway developers? Common challenges include the allure of the cutting-edge commercial sector, academic pay scales, and the specialized knowledge necessary for development. The Indiana University Science Gateways Research Center is attempting to turn this...

Webinar: How you and your gateway can benefit from the services of the Science Gateways Community Institute (SGCI)

January 11, 2017

How you and your gateway can benefit from the services of the Science Gateways Community Institute (SGCI)
with Nancy Wilkins-Diehr, Michael Zentner, Marlon Pierce, Maytal Dahan, Katherine Lawrence, and Linda Hayden, all of the Science Gateways Community Institute

Abstract: Are you developing gateways and related software that serve your science discipline? A domain-based scientist or engineer who needs a gateway? A campus-based IT administrator or...