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Trusted CI receives $12.5M renewal grant from NSF

The National Science Foundation has awarded  Trusted CI , the NSF Cybersecurity Center of Excellence and SGCI participant, a $12.5 million renewal grant to extend the center through 2024. Read the full story in this News at Indiana University article. 

Trusted CI Accepting Engagement Applications for Early 2020

Trusted CI is accepting applications for one-on-one engagements to be executed in Jan-June 2020. Applications are due Oct 2, 2019 (Slots are limited and in demand, so this is a hard deadline!) To learn more about the process and criteria, and to complete the application form, visit their website:  http://trustedci.org/ application During Trusted CI’s first 5 years, they've conducted more than 24 one-on-one engagements with NSF-funded projects, Large...

NSF Webinar Aug. 15—Open source, academic science and the public mission of research: reflections from the field

Professor Fernando Perez from the University of California, Berkeley, will present "Open source, academic science and the public mission of research: reflections from the field" on August 15, 2019, 11am-12pm.  Abstract:  The future of science should be open, reproducible, inclusive and community-driven. In this talk, I’ll explore the challenges this position presents from the perspective of someone who has spent almost 20 years building open source software and communities. I...

2019 NSF Cybersecurity Summit for Large Facilities and Cyberinfrastructure

The 2019 NSF Cybersecurity Summit for Large Facilities and Cyberinfrastructure will take place Tuesday, October 15 through Thursday, October 17th, 2019 at the Catamaran Hotel, San Diego, CA. Attendees will include cybersecurity practitioners, technical leaders, and risk owners from within the NSF Large Facilities and CI community, as well as key stakeholders and thought leaders from the broader scientific and cybersecurity communities. Registration is now open. Please visit ...

NSF OAC CI Webinar Series—"Science Gateways: What are they and how can they boost your research?" Presented by Nancy Wilkins-Diehr, April 18, 2019

The webinar recording is available here .  As part of the NSF OAC CI Webinar series , SGCI's Nancy Wilkins-Diehr will present "Science Gateways: What are they and how can they boost your research" on April 18, 2019, at 2 pm ET.  Abstract: Founded in 2016, the Science Gateways Community Institute (http://www.sciencegateways.org) was one of the NSF’s first two software institutes funded via the Office of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure’s Software Infrastructure for...

Internet2 and NSF Announce Selection of First-Phase Research Proposals for Exploring Clouds for Acceleration of Science (E-CAS) Project

Internet2 and the National Science Foundation (NSF) confirmed the selection of six proposals for the first phase of the Exploring Clouds for Acceleration of Science (E-CAS) project that was first  announced in November 2018.  The E-CAS project comprises two phases of NSF-funded, campus-based research that will be supported in part through contributions from Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud to produce a deeper understanding of the use of cloud computing in accelerating...

NSF Cyber Carpentry: Data Life-Cycle Training (two week summer workshop opportunity for postdocs, doctoral students, and domain/computational/information scientists)

Massive data collections (i.e., “Big Data”) have ushered in a paradigm shift in the way scientific research is conducted and new knowledge is discovered. The traditional observe-hypothesize-test model of small-scale scientific endeavor is increasingly augmented and in some cases supplanted with collaborative scientific research applying complex patterns of data integration and analysis involving multi-disciplinary teams from distributed organizations brought together to solve a common...

Trusted CI one-on-one engagement applications due April 3, 2019

Trusted CI is accepting applications for one-on-one engagements to be executed in July-Dec, 2019.  Applications are due April 3, 2019 (Slots are limited and in demand, so this is a hard deadline!) To learn more about the process and criteria, and to complete the application form, visit  http://trustedci.org/applicati on During Trusted CI’s first 5 years, they've conducted more than 24 one-on-one engagements with NSF-funded projects, Large Facilities,...

Science Node article "One-stop data shop" highlights the work of Bootcamp alumni

We recently reported that Carol Song of Purdue University and four co-PIs, including Jack Smith of Marshall University, were awarded a five-year, $4.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation. Both Song and Smith participated in SGCI’s  Science Gateways Bootcamps  while working on separate gateway projects. The grant will allow the team to build a “plug and play” platform, called GeoEDF, that will give researchers the ability to easily access and process geospatial...

Request For Proposals: Exploring Clouds for Acceleration of Science (E-CAS), Internet2 and NSF partnership

Internet2 and the National Science Foundation (NSF) recently announced a partnership entitled  “Exploring Clouds for Acceleration of Science (E-CAS).” The ECAS project is intended to accelerate scientific discoveries by leveraging advancements and novel technologies in commercial cloud platforms such as Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud Platform to demonstrate their effectiveness in supporting a range of applications critical to growing academic and research computing and...
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