Free American Chemical Society (ACS) Workshop on Science Gateways
- Published on Wednesday, 31 January 2018 19:00
Free Workshop on Science Gateways* for Molecular Scientists
When: ACS National Meeting and Expo, Tuesday, March 20, 2018, 8 am - 5 pm
Where: Chart A Room, Hilton New Orleans Riverside, 2 Poydras St, New Orleans, LA 70130
For Who: Those interested in expanding what they can do through the use or creation of science gateways for molecular modeling, simulations and analysis, and data-driven discovery.
By Whom: Science Gateways Community Institute (SGCI) and Molecular Sciences Software Institute (MolSSI)
*Science gateways are Web-based mechanisms for delivering scientific software as a service and for enabling scientific collaborations. Here are a few of the many examples in the molecular science community: I-TASSER, PharmaHub, ROBETTA, SEAGrid, The Materials Project, BIGNASim, MolDynGrid, Chem Compute, MOSGrid. A subset of these will be featured at the workshop.
The goals for this workshop are to catalyze greater usage of science gateways and advanced cyberinfrastructure by the molecular science community, to identify new opportunities for science gateways to serve the community, and to initiate new collaborations between scientists, software developers, and cyberinfrastructure providers. The workshop may be of particular interest to ACS attendees from the PHYS, COMP and INFO Divisions. A keynote will be given by Yang Zhang of I-TASSER. Other guest speakers include Joseph Montoya from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory who will discuss the Materials Project, Mark Perri from Sonoma State University who will discuss Chem Compute, and Sudhakar Pamidighantam who will discuss and also give a tutorial of SEAGrid. Daniel Dumette from the University of Illinois will present results from his materials research performed thorough the GridChem/SEAGrid gateway.
The workshop will feature
Hands-on tutorials and demonstrations of science gateways for chemistry, material sciences, and related fields.
Overviews of technologies for building science gateways.
Presentations on SGCI, MolSSI, and how they can help create new gateways and new scientific software services for the ACS community.
Full Agenda of ACS Workshop on Science Gateways (all times listed in local Central Time)
|8:00 AM||Breakfast and Welcome, Sudhakar Pamidighantam, Indiana University View Slides|
|8:30 AM||Keynote, I-TASSER Protein Structure Prediction, Yang Zhang, University of Michigan Request Slides|
|9:15 AM||Science Gateways Community Institute (SGCI) Overview, Nancy Wilkins-Diehr, University of California, San Diego View Slides|
|9:35 AM||Molecular Science Software Institute (MoLSSI) Overview, Paul Saxe, Virginia Tech View Slides|
|10:15 AM||SEAGrid Science Gateway, Sudhakar Pamidighantam, Indiana University View Slides|
|10:55 AM||Science Exemplar—Photonic Systems, Daniel Dumett, University of Illinois View Slides|
|11:35 AM||Chem Compute Educational gateway, Mark Perri, Sonoma State University View Slides|
|12:15 PM||Lunch with Open Discussion (provided by SGCI & MolSSI)|
|1:15 PM||Apache Airavata Open Source Framework, Marcus Christie, Indiana University View Slides|
|1:55 PM||Materials Project, Joseph Montoya, University of California, Berkeley View Slides|
|2:55 PM||SEAGrid User Tutorial, Sudhakar Pamidighantam, Indiana University|
|3:45 PM||Build a sample gateway using Apache Airavata Open Source Framework, Marcus Christie & Sudhakar Pamidighantam, Indiana University View Slides|
|4:35 PM||Open Discussion and Conclusion|
If you’d like to attend the workshop, please complete the registration form. We can ensure space, breakfast, and lunch for the first 35 people to register.
SGCI and MolSSI representatives will be available throughout the conference at booth 249.
The SGCI and MolSSI are funded by the National Science Foundation.