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Science Node Article: Need help with your science gateway? SGCI Focus Week teaches best practices for building, operating, and sustaining science gateways

By Nayiri Mullinix Need help with your science gateway? SGCI Focus Week teaches best practices for building, operating, and sustaining science gateways. If you’re conducting technically-advanced science or engineering research, there’s a good chance that you use or will need to use a science gateway. Whether you call it a gateway, hub, virtual research environment, or one of the many other terms used, a gateway is essentially a web-based, streamlined, user-friendly portal that...

SGCI Client and Bootcamp Alumni Launches Social Media Macroscope

Joe Yun, a participant of the very first Science Gateways Bootcamp in April 2017 , has announced the launch of his new gateway, Social Media Macroscope. In the blog he recently published on Medium , Yun not only invites people to start using the gateway but also explains the reasons why people might want to use it and the gap it serves.  Yun has been active in the SGCI community and is currently engaging with our Extended Developer Support consultants to...

Women in HPC blog post about Science Gateways Bootcamp

Women in HPC published a guest blog written by SGCI's Community Engagement and Exchange Coordinator, Nayiri Mullinix. " Science Gateways Bootcamp: Achieving Sustainability for Web-Based Platforms " explains the benefits of participating in the week-long intensive workshop by sharing testimonials from some of the women who have participated. Those interested in applying for the next session of the Bootcamp, happening May 13-17, 2019, should apply by March 22 !

SGCI Bootcamp alumni using big data to understand impact of marketing & consumer behavior

Science Gateways Bootcamp alumni, Dr. Joseph T. Yun, is collaborating with NCSA's Industry program to better understand the impact of marketing and consumer behavior. The new technology will be offered as a potential service for NCSA Industry partners interested in using supercomputer applications to better understand consumer behavior trends in their sector.  Read the full story from NCSA here . 

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...

Past Bootcamp Participant & Gateways 2018 Presenter David Ojika Featured in Intel Article

David Ojika, who participated in the May 2018 Science Gateways Bootcamp  and also presented at the Gateways 2018 conference, has been featured in an Intel Developer Zone article. The article highlights the important work that Ojika is doing in establishing partnerships between industry and academia in applied AI. His goal of democratizing AI in science disciplines would mean making it more accessible to faculty and students across academic disciplines.  The...

SGCI helped build EcologyPlus with customized areas for career development

SGCI's Extended Developer Support (EDS) consultants worked with Teresa Mourad of the Ecological Society of America (ESA) to build a new gateway called EcologyPlus on the HUBzero platform. EcologyPlus offers students and recent graduates from underrepresented minority groups with year-round mentoring and career resources.

SGCI congratulates Bootcamp alumni on their recent $4.5 million NSF award

By Nayiri Mullinix “The Bootcamp experience was still fresh in our minds. We applied lessons learned there even during proposal writing – from identifying audiences, clearly connecting activities to goals and outcomes, to developing a sustainability plan. GeoEDF will utilize SGCI consulting services on usability and user-centered design and impact assessment, and leverage the SGCI student internship program.” Carol Song of Purdue University and four co-PIs, including Jack Smith...

Free Webinar Friday, July 28: SGCI Bootcamp — Who Should Apply?

Please join us on Friday, July 28 at 12 pm ET to learn more about SGCI's Science Gateways Bootcamp and who might benefit from attending. The deadline for applications for the fall Bootcamp is, you guessed it, Friday, July 28! SGCI's Michael Zentner, Bootcamp lead and Director of the Incubator service area, will make a presentation and also be available for any questions about the week-long, intensive Bootcamp for leaders of gateways who want to further develop and scale their work....

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