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IWSG 2020 (12th International Workshop on Science Gateways), Now Virtual Event, Submissions Deadline Extended to April 6, 2020

IWSG 2020 (12th International Workshop on Science Gateways) will be June 10-12, 2020, in Cardiff, Wales will move forward as a virtual event on June 10 & 11, 2020. The submission deadline has been extended to April 6, 2020.

The triumvirate of technologies – Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the hybridlate Cloud (Cloud, Fog, Edge), complemented with modern software engineering practices, stimulates the emergence of new approaches to Science Gateways. Blockchain and Smart Contracts could also be instrumental in this respect as they may facilitate decentralized, standards, and market-driven aggregation of data and computing resources, which are needed for scientific work. These technologies may also be useful for the development of new Virtual Research Environments and Virtual Labs.

Submission of papers related to Science Gateways are welcomed. 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

In particular, submissions from application scientists and community members are encouraged, reporting their experiences with science gateways. 

All contributions will be subject to standard peer review on quality, relevance and novelty, which will decide acceptance and form of presentation. All submissions will be held in confidentiality prior to publication in the proceedings. Full papers must not exceed six A4 pages and must be written in clear and readable English. Abstracts must not exceed 500 words and may include a diagram. They should also be written in clear, readable English. Authors of abstracts should put the word “Abstract:” in the title.

Iain Barclay, Cardiff University, UK
Ian Taylor, University of Notre Dame, US and Cardiff University, UK
Sandra Gesing, University of Notre Dame, US