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Science Gateways - Novel Technologies Enhance Usability for Research Communities

Time 10/28/14 04:15PM-05:00PM

Room White River Ballroom A

Session Abstract

A science gateway provides researchers with GUIs needed to access integrated and distributed sets of tools, applications, and data collections for a specific research domain. Such gateways are evolving to serve multiple domains, facilitating collaborations that span multiple disciplines. Research teams are beginning to leverage new methods of virtualization, standard APIs, and hosted services designed to provide access to distributed resources that scale to meet the needs of data-intensive science. Sandra Gesing from Notre Dame University will moderate a panel with representatives leading the development of new technologies in the context of science gateways and representing diverse research communities.

Speakers

Speaker Sandra Gesing University of Notre Dame

Speaker Marlon Pierce Indiana University

Speaker Rion Dooley Texas A&M University

Speaker Michael McLennan Purdue University - Main Campus

Speaker Brian Athey University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

Speaker Rachana Ananthakrishnan University of Chicago

Presentation Media

Speaker Rachana Ananthakrishnan University of Chicago

Speaker Brian Athey University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

Speaker Rion Dooley Texas A&M University

Speaker Sandra Gesing University of Notre Dame

Speaker Marlon Pierce Indiana University

Speaker Michael McLennan Purdue University - Main Campus

Primary track Advanced Networking/Joint Techs

Secondary tracks Cloud Services (Systems Integration & Ownership) Leadership

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