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PEARC19: Science Gateway-Related Presentations

If you're going to PEARC19 (July 28-August 1, 2019), you'll have plenty of opportunities to engage with SGCI staff, partners, clients, and others working on science gateways. We've compiled a list of all science gateway-related presentations to make the hunt easier for you. Please refer to the PEARC19 Program for the most up-to-date details, including presentation locations. 

PEARC19 is sold out. If you still hope to attend, you can sign up for the wating list here. Highlights of the conference include two special networking events on Wednesday, July 31, keynotes by Rick Stevens of Argonne National Laboratory and the University of Chicago and Jim Kurose of the National Science Foundation, and Plenary Speaker Patricia (Trish) A. Damkroger from Intel Corporation. 

We're also hosting Hack@PEARC19 again this year, which is for both undergraduate and graduate students, July 28-31, 2019. There's still time to volunteer to be a judge! Registration will open soon. Details are available here

Note: Presentations with an asterisk will be given by SGCI Staff. 

Monday, July 29

  • Developing Science Gateways using Apache Airavata tutorial (1:30-5:00) *

  • Building a Community of Research Software Engineers BoF (5:15-6:15) *

  • ColdFront Resource Allocation Management System BoF (5:15-6:15)

Tuesday, July 30

  • Impact Measurement Strategies for Science Gateways: Present and Future panel (11:00-12:30) *

  • Trusted CI Workshop on Trustworthy Scientific Cyberinfrastructure workshop (11:00-5:00) (SGCI Participant)

  • Application II

    • Developing a Meta Framework for Key-Value Memory Networks in HPC Clusters (1:30-3:00) *

    • Automated Deep Learning Analysis of Purple Martin Videos Depicting Incubation and Provisioning (1:30-3:00)

  • Science Gateways 1 (1:30-3:00)

    • Leveraging Elasticsearch to Improve Data Discoverability in Science Gateways

    • Implementing a Flexible, Fault Tolerant Job Management System for Science Gateways *

    • Web of Trust Tool for Gateway User Vetting 

  • Science Gateways 2 (3:30-5:00)

    • Expanding the Computational Anatomy Gateway from clinical imaging to basic neuroscience research 

    • Reproducible Hydrological Modeling with CyberGIS Jupyter: A Case Study on SUMMA

    • A Science Gateway for Atomic and Molecular Physics *

  • Open OnDemand User Group Meeting (5:15-6:15)

  • Poster Reception (6:30-8:30)

    • Improving Science Gateways usage reporting for XSEDE

    • Experiences from scaling scale Science Gateway operations *

    • Enabling rich data sharing for Science Gateways via the SeedMe2 platform (SGCI Client)

    • How the Science Gateways Community Institute Supports Those Who Are Creating Websites to Access Shared Resources *

    • InterACTWEL Science Gateway for Adaptation Planning in Food-Energy-Water Sectors of Local Communities *

    • The USD Science Gateway: A Bridge Between Research and Advanced Computing (SGCI Client)

    • LSU Computational System Biology Gateway for Education (SGCI Client)

    • The Distant Reader - Tool for Reading (SGCI Focus Week Participant)

    • Towards Run Time Estimation of the Gaussian Chemistry Code for SEAGrid Science Gateway *

    • Scaling R Shiny Apps to Multiple Concurrent Users in a Secured HPC Environment Using Open OnDemand

    • Data Commons to Support University-Wide Cross Discipline Research

    • Leveraging XDMoD Job Statistics Data to Predict Performance

Wednesday, July 31

  • Cybersecurity (11:00-12:30)

    • Trusted CI Experiences in Cybersecurity and Service to Open Science *

  • Open XDMoD User Group Meeting (12:30-1:30)

  • Science Gateways (1:30-3:00)

    • Serverless Science Gateway Development for Ca2+ binding site prediction on Amazon Web Services: Case Study

    • Petrel: A Programmatically Accessible Research Data Service

    • ORCID Integration Into Science Gateways *

Thursday, August 1

  • Collaborative Applications

    • GenApp, Containers and Abaco (SGCI Client and Focus Week Participant)

    • Enabling Real-time User Interaction For Decision Support: Experiences Extending a Local Agave Platform Metadata Service (SGCI Client and Focus Week Participant)

    • HUBzero®: Novel Concepts Applied to Established Computing Infrastructures to Address Communities’ Needs *