Gateways 2016 at San Diego Supercomputer Center attracted nearly 120 participants and featured more than 30 presentations.

The 11th Gateway Computing Environments Conference
Wednesday and Thursday, November 2 & 3, 2016

Hosted at the San Diego Supercomputer Center in San Diego, California

Science gateways serve as connection points, assembling various components of advanced cyberinfrastructure—data collections, instruments, supercomputers, clouds, collaboration capabilities, and analytical tools—behind streamlined, user-friendly interfaces. They are typically a community-developed web portal or a suite of desktop applications. By providing access to top-tier resources, gateways enable researchers with a common goal as well as students and members of the broader community.

Watch the recorded keynotes and
panel from Gateways 2016 
posted on our YouTube Channel.
Papers, slides, and posters
are available for download 
through our figshare portal.

Gateway developers and users — regardless of their domain area — have a lot in common but have had few venues for exchanging experiences. The newly expanded Gateways annual conference (formerly the Gateway Computing Environments workshop series) will be an opportunity for gateway creators and enthusiasts to learn, share, connect, and shape the future of gateways while forming a vibrant community with common interests. This year’s conference will feature keynotes, presentations of extended abstracts, panels, posters, hands-on tutorials, demos, and plenty of opportunities to connect with colleagues. We invite you to join us!

Read the report of the conference attendee feedback (45 responses out of 118 participants).

Thank You to Our Sponsors!

Gold Sponsor of the Thursday Lunch

Bronze Sponsors of the Wednesday Tutorials

 

Texas Advanced Computing Center

 

Program Committee

David Abramson, University of Queensland
Enis Afgan, Johns Hopkins University (JHU)
Antun Balaz, Institute of Physics Belgrade
Michelle Barker, Nectar
Emre Brookes, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Kyle Chard, Computation Institute, University of Chicago and Argonne National Lab
Shreyas Cholia, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Jesus Cruz Guzman, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM)
Daniele D'Agostino, CNR-IMATI
Maytal Dahan, TACC
Emanuele Danovaro, IMATI-CNR
Dennis Gannon, Indiana University
Sandra Gesing, University of Notre Dame
Helen Glaves, British Geological Survey
Madhu Govindaraju, SUNY Binghamton
Roger Hathaway, Retired NASA
Linda Hayden, Elizabeth City State University
Randy Heiland, Indiana University
Patrick Huck, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Lorraine Hwang, UC Davis - CIG
Keith Jeffery, Keith G Jeffery Consultants
Bandana Kar, University of Southern Mississippi
Daniel S. Katz, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Tamas Kiss, University of Westminster
József Kovács, MTA SZTAKI
Jens Krüger, University of Tübingen
Katherine Lawrence, University of Michigan
Yan Liu, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Richard Loft, NCAR
Ravi Madduri, Argonne National Laboratory
Amit Majumdar, University of California San Diego, San Diego Supercomputer Center
Suresh Marru, Indiana University
Chris Mattmann, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory & USC
Ivan Merelli, Institute for Biomedical Technologies - National Research Council, Italy
Mark Miller, San Diego Supercomputer Center
Jarek Nabrzyski, University of Notre Dame
Silvia Olabarriaga, Academic Medical Center of the University of Amsterdam
Sudhakar Pamidighantam, NCSA
Gabriele Pierantoni, Trinity College Dublin
Marlon Pierce, Indiana University
Bhanu Rekepalli, BioTeam
Pankaj Saha, Binghamton University
Ian Stokes-Rees, Continuum
Ian Taylor, Cardiff University & The Center of Computation and Technology, LSU
James Taylor, Emory University
Gabor Terstyanszky, University of Westminster
Laura Ulibarri, US Air Force
Nathan Weeks, USDA Agricultural Research Service
Nancy Wilkins-Diehr, San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC)
Kate Wittenberg, Portico
Lesley Wyborn, Australian National University
Eric Yen, Academia Sinica Grid Computing Center
Michael Zentner, Purdue University