Gateways 2022 Program
- Published on Sunday, 14 November 2021 23:26
The conference at a glance
All times are listed in Pacific time.
October 4-13, 2022
Tutorial sessions online
Tuesday, October 18, 2022
1:00 pm-5:30 pm - Conference sessions
6:00 pm-8:00 pm – Reception at the venue
Wednesday, October 19, 2022
9:00 am- 5:30 pm — Conference sessions
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm – Conference dinner (included in registration)
Thursday, October 20, 2022
9:00 am-3:30 pm — Conference sessions
5:00 pm – 7:00pm – Evening event (extra bookable during registration)
Online Tutorials Program
|October 5||10:00am.-1:30pm PT||Deploy High Throughput Computing Workload Gateways on the Open Science Pool
Christina Koch and Robert Quick
|October 7||10:00am.-1:30pm PT||Gateway Deployment on the Anvil Composable Subsystem (max of 30 participants)
Rajesh Kalyanam, Erik Gough, Brian Werts, Samuel Weekly and Eric Adams
|October 11||10:00am.-1:30pm PT||Jumpstart Your Data-intensive Science Gateway with Django Globus Portal
Lee Liming and Steve Turoscy
|October 12||10:00am.-1:30pm PT||Building Portable, Scalable and Reproducible Scientific Workloads across Cloud and HPC for Gateways (max of 40 participants)
Sean Cleveland, Anagha Jamthe, Steve Black, Joe Stubbs, Joon Chuah and Michael Packard
|October 13||10:00am.-11:30am PT||Using Open OnDemand to create a Gateway
Gerald Byrket, Jeff Ohrstrom, Travis Ravert, Alan Chalker, David Hudak and Robert Settlage
Gateways 2022 Detailed program
All sessions are plenary sessions - no parallel tracks.
Keynotes and the NSF spotlight will be streamed via Zoom. See at each keynote the Zoom URL.
|10:00||Science Gateway User Meetings (by invitation only) – nanoHUB and Tapis|
|1:00||Session Chair: Sandra Gesing
Welcome and Introducing SGX3: - A Center of Excellence to Extend Access, Expand the Community, and Exemplify Good Practices for CI Through Science Gateways
|1:30||Keynote: The James Webb Space Telescope Mission.
Matthew Greenhouse, NASA
|3:00||Session Chair: Robert Settlage
Session Subject: Domain Science Use Cases
|The Pulsar Science Collaboratory: Exploring Pulsars through a Science Gateway
Maura McLaughlin, Sue Ann Heatherly, Harsha Blumer, Timothy Olszanski, Duncan Lorimer, Nicholas Kisseberth, Claire Stirm and Jack Smith
|Climate Change: Re-Architecting A Legacy Meteorological Gateway For A Rapidly Evolving Computing Environment
Shawn Rice, Zachary Weidner and Patrick Mulligan
|The National Cancer Institute’s Community Hub: A resource for collaboration and sharing of data, tools, and standards among the cancer research community
Esmeralda Casas-Silva, Brian Cheung and Claire Stirm
|4:30||Platinum sponsor talks – HUBzero and OpenOnDemand|
|4:50||Demos (10 minutes each)|
|Demo: Building a sustainable, open science data web application with zero budget
|Demo: Enabling Scalable and Reliable Real Time Data Services for Sensors and Devices in StreamCI
Jaewoo Shin, Lan Zhao, Carol Song, Rajesh Kalyanam, Jian Jin, Jacob Hosen, Ananth Grama and Dongyan Xu
|6:00 - 8:00||Reception - Venue 808 - Poster Session|
|8:00||Breakfast at the Venue|
|9:00||Session Chair: Sandra Gesing
Keynote: AI and Graph Systems as Foundations for Next Generation Learning Experiences
Krishna Madhavan, Principal Group Manager, Microsoft Education Growth
|10:30||Session Chair: Jack Smith
Faculty Panel on HPC Curriculum Enhancement
Elvira Rebecca Caldwell, Felicia Doswell, Jacqueline Jackson, Munene Kanampiu, Marcus Golden, Linda Hayden and James Belton
|11:00||Session Subject: Security|
Experiences in Managing CHEESEHub: A Cloud-based Cybersecurity Education Gateway
|Securing Science Gateways
Steven Brandt, Rion Dooley and Golden Richard III
|Noon||Lunch at the Venue|
|1:00||Session Chair: Steve Brandt
NSF Spotlight: Support Options for Science Gateways at the National Science Foundation
Steven Ellis, Program Director, Division of Biological Infrastructure, Directorate for Biological Science, National Science Foundation
|2:00||Session Subject: Community Building and Collaboration|
|Science Gateways and Humanities Is a Promising Partnership: Why Is It So Rare?
Kerk Kee, Sandra Gesing, Annelie Rugg, Shannon Bradley, Steven Brandt, Natalie Meyers and Quinn Dombrowski
|3:00||Session Chair: Jack Smith
Designing a Gateway Influencer Recruitment Plan to Accelerate Adoption and Diffusion
Alex Olshansky, Cassandra Hayes, Chaitra Kulkarni and Kerk Kee
|Driving Sustainability of a Gateway with a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) System
Gerhard Klimeck, Lynn Zentner, Alejandro Strachan and Michael Zentner
|The Scinco Project: Scalable Interactive Computing for Collaborative, Reproducible Research
Joe Stubbs, Anagha Jamthe, Gilbert Curbelo, Michael Packard, Nathan Freeman, Joon Yee Chuah and Cody Hammock
|Geoweaver for Boosting Scientific Research Productivity and FAIRness
Ahmed Alnaim and Ziheng Sun
|5:00||Open Forum - What can SGX3 do for you?|
|6:00 - 9:00||Conference Dinner Madam Bonnies|
|8:00||Breakfast at the Venue|
|9:00||Session Chair: Sandra Gesing
Keynote: Introducing ACCESS: Transition, Status, and Plans
John Towns, NCSA & ACCESS ACO PI
|10:30||Session Chair: Robert Settlage
Session Subject: Data Curation and Workflows
|A Graph-based Architecture for Data Curation in Science Gateways
Jake Rosenberg and Keith Strmiska
|Extending Tapis Workflow Management Framework with Elastic Google Cloud Distributed System using CloudyCluster by Omnibond
Eric Lam, Sean Cleveland, Cole McKnight, Boyd Wilson, Richard Cardone, Joe Stubbs, Maytal Dahan and Gwen Jacobs
|Enhancing The Tapis Streams API - Keeping it Modern, Secure and Accessible
Sean Cleveland, Jared McLean, Anagha Jamthe, Smruti Padhy, Joe Stubbs, Maytal Dahan and Gwen Jacobs
|VisDict: A Visual Dictionary in a Science Gateway
Sandra Gesing, Ewa Deelman, Rafael Ferreira da Silva, Michael Hildreth, Mary Ann McDowell, Natalie Meyers and Douglas Thain
|Noon||Lunch/Open Forum at the Venue|
|1:00||Session Chair: Sean Cleveland
Session Subject: HPC Use Cases
|Application of Software Engineering in Building the Portal for High-Precision Atomic Data and Computation
Parinaz Barakhshan, Rudolf Eigenmann, Bindiya Arora and Marianna Safronova
|The Delta Gateway: Exploring Community Use of GPU Resources through a Science Gateway
Jay Alameda, Claire Stirm, Gregory Bauer, Timothy Boerner, Brett Bode, Maytal Dahan, William Gropp, Marlon Pierce, Cynthia Yewdall, Michael Zentner, Meghna Babbar-Sebens, Michael Barton, Daniele Bianchi, Michael Bell, Michel Boufadel, Michael Cianfrocco, Sean Cleveland, Cosan Daskiran, Kjiersten Fagnan, Geoffrey Fox, Eleftherios Garyfallidis, Jerome Hajjar, Gerhard Klimeck, Mark Miller, Mark Perri, Victor Pinks II, Mohan Ramamurthy, Michel Regenwetter, Amy Roberts, Aldo Romero, Carol Song, Alejandro Strachan, Ellad Tadmor and Gregory Tucker
|The HackHPC Model: Fostering Workforce Development in High-Performance Computing Through Hackathons
Jeaime Powell, Linda Hayden, Amy Cannon, John Holly, Charlie Dey and Alexander Nolte
|Curing Ultra Large Incomplete Data by Parallel Fractional Hot Deck Imputation
In Ho Cho, Jaekwang Kim, Yicheng Yang and Yonghyun Kwon
|3:00 - 3:30||Closing Remarks|
|4:30 - 7:30||Evening Event at Storyhouse Spirits|
|9:00 - 11:00||
Program Committee Meeting (by invitation only)
Hear about the newly awarded SGX3: A Center of Excellence to Extend Access, Expand the Community, and Exemplify Good Practices for CI Through Science Gateways? We look forward to sharing more about SGX3 at Gateways 2022!
Call for Community Participation
- Presentation Options
Gateways 2022 will be October 18-20, 2022 in San Diego at Venue 808. Tutorials will take place in the two weeks before the conference online.
Science gateways are end-to-end solutions with easy-to-use interfaces enabling the application of complex research infrastructures such as computing and data infrastructures, instruments, and other domain-specific resources to support research and education. They may also be known as portals, virtual research environments, eScience, virtual labs, eResearch, digital repositories, or research cyberinfrastructure.
Gateways 2022 is planned as an opportunity to highlight the opportunities for science gateways to teach, empower and engage research and technologies to various communities. It will offer diverse options for sharing work and networking in the community. The format includes tutorial sessions, presentations, panels, posters and demos, and an open forum.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Architectures, frameworks, and technologies for science gateways
- Science gateways sustaining productive, collaborative communities
- Support for scalability and data-driven methods in science gateways
- Improving the reproducibility of science in science gateways
- Science gateway usability, portals, workflows, and tools
- Software engineering approaches for scientific work
- Aspects of science gateways, such as security and stability
- AI and ML for science gateways
- Social research on science gateways
- Use cases and lessons learned from science gateways
- Interconnection of domain and technology
We invite the submission of papers and abstracts related to science gateways. All contributions will be subject to standard peer review on quality and relevance, which will decide acceptance of tutorial sessions, presentations, panels, posters and demos, and open forum. Tutorial sessions, presentations, panels, posters and demos will be published in Zenodo.
Presentations, demos, panels and tutorials are due
June 6 June 20, 2022. Open Forum and poster submissions are due August 8 2022 August 15, 2022
Presenters of papers and demos will be given a 20-minute time slot (plus 5 minutes for questions) to provide a summary and update to their work. Panels will be 60 minutes long.
Submissions must not exceed 2-4 pages. In particular, we encourage submissions from application scientists and community members reporting their experiences with science gateways, requirements for future gateways, and visions for technologies.
Tutorials will receive slots of 90 minutes or 3 hours. A 3-hour tutorial will be presented in two 90-minute segments with a 30-minute break in the middle. Topics can include hands-on gateway-building techniques, gateway management issues, community-building activities, or the use of a specific tool.
Submissions must not exceed 2-4 pages. Please specify: (a) your proposed tutorial length, (b) recommended skill level (e.g., beginner, intermediate, advanced) and prerequisites (e.g., familiarity with specific software or technologies), and (c) the technology and/or software requirements necessary for someone to participate in the tutorial (e.g., do they need to install software or create an account before the tutorial?).
The Open Forum will be 60 minutes long. This will be an opportunity to discuss emerging topics in science gateways. Submissions must not exceed 500 words.
The poster session will take place October 18, 2022 at the reception. Authors are expected to bring a printed poster. Submissions must not exceed 500 words. Posters need to fit with maximum width 30 inches, maximum length 45 inches. We have poster boards that are shared each by two poster presenters. Please keep posters in the maximum size so that it does not overlap with the other poster on the poster board.
Instructions for submissions
Presentations, demos, panels and tutorials are due
June 6 June 20, 2022. Open Forum and poster submissions are due August 8, 2022 August 15, 2022.
Step 1: Prepare your submission.
Papers for presentations, demos, panels, and tutorials must not exceed 2-4 pages. Abstracts for the Open Forum must not exceed 500 words.
A template for submissions is provided here.
Save your file in PDF format.
Step 2: Upload your PDF submission.
Submission of all presentations is through EasyChair. You will need to include the following information when you submit:
- Authors (including email and affiliation)
You will also be able to revise your abstract or upload an updated PDF until the submission deadline.
Step 3: Relax and wait until the review process is over.
Notification of acceptance of presentations, demos, panels and tutorials will be sent on July 27. Notification of acceptance of Open Forum and poster submissions will be sent on September 1.
It is a requirement that at least one author of each accepted submission attends the conference. Please let us know if you have questions.