The computational landscape has never evolved as fast as in the last 10 years: novel research and data infrastructures, as well as hardware architectures and lab instruments, allow answering research questions that could have been not even asked 10 years ago.
On Thursday, July 1, 1-2pm ET, a panel will discuss experiences for mature, internationally used science gateway frameworks such as Apache Airavata, HUBzero, and the Globus Data Platform as well as good practices for sustainability measures.
Sandra Gesing, University of Notre Dame
Marlon Pierce, Indiana University
Mike Zentner, University of California, San Diego
Kyle Chard, University of Chicago
Nancy Maron, BlueSky to BluePrint