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The SGCI serves the science gateway community.

We provide NSF-funded, online and in-person resources and services. Our goal is to facilitate—at little or no cost—the sharing of experiences, technologies, and practices of those working with science gateways. Read success stories about how we've supported gateway development and our community of gateway creators, users, and students.

 

What is a Gateway? What is a Gateway?

Science gateways allow science & engineering communities to access shared data, software, computing services, instruments, educational materials, and other resources specific to their disciplines. Read more on Wikipedia.

Updates

Upcoming: February 13, 2019

SGCI Webinar Series

SGCI hosts a free webinar series on the second Wednesday of each month at 1 pm Eastern/10 am Pacific time. 

Details about the next webinar will be posted soon.

Video and slides from previous webinars are available in our webinar archive.

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Past Bootcamp Participant & Gateways 2018 Presenter David Ojika Featured in Intel Article

David Ojika, who participated in the May 2018 Bootcamp and also presented at the Gateways 2018 conference, has been featured in an Intel Developer Zone article. The article highlights the important work that Ojika is doing in establishing partnerships between industry and academia in applied AI. 

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Science Node Article "Hawai'i H20" Features SGCI Client 'Ike Wai

The ‘Ike Wai gateway, which is a platform dedicated to ensuring Hawai’i’s water security through research, education, and community engagement, has been featured in an article by Science Node. The interview with Sean Cleveland featured in the article took place at the Gateways 2018 conference in Austin, TX. ‘Ike Wai is an SGCI client, and project team members were participants in the May 2018 Science Gateways Bootcamp.

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SGCI congratulates Bootcamp alumni on their recent $4.5 million NSF award

Two Science Gateways Bootcamp alumni from different cohorts have teamed up with three other co-PIs to form the GeoEDF project. GeoEDF will be built as a "plug and play" platform that will give researchers the ability to easily access and process geospatial data

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