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Advanced Networking: Regional Collaboration Through CC-NIE/IIE Awards Sparks Partnerships and Success

Time 04/29/15 03:00PM-04:00PM

Room Grand Ballroom North

Netcast sponsored by Microsoft

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Session Abstract

Through its Campus Cyberinfrastructure - Infrastructure, Innovation and Engineering Program (CC*IIE), the National Science Foundation funded 5 regional networking organizations for regional collaboration projects. These projects will disseminate information regarding advanced networking techniques; build bridges to distributed science communities; and share insights into technology options that can be tailored to solve advanced networking challenges faced by science collaborators and projects. Regional network representatives will showcase several of these innovative projects to demonstrate the key role of the regional networks in fostering collaboration among member institutions. Followed by this overview, we will turn to a specific example of how the long history of collaboration and innovation among Ohio’s regional network community fostered by OARnet has been an engine in the success of several of its members receiving NSF CC*NIE/CC*IIE awards. These awards were achieved through mutual support that not only benefits the recipient, but “raises the bottom” for the entire Ohio community both directly and indirectly. We will examine these individual campus projects more closely and discover how they form a much more robust environment enhancing collaboration and benefitting the Ohio R&E community at large.

Speakers

Moderator Jen Leasure Quilt, The

Speaker Paul Schopis OARnet

Speaker Marla Meehl UCAR / NCAR (University Corporation for Atmospheric Research)

Speaker James Von Oehsen Clemson University

Speaker Thomas Skill University of Dayton

Speaker Roger Bielefeld Case Western Reserve University

Speaker Bruce Burton University of Cincinnati - Main Campus

Speaker Claude Garelik South Dakota Board of Regents

Speaker Patricia Campbell KINBER (Keystone Initiative for Network Based Education & Research)

Presentation Media

Speaker Roger Bielefeld Case Western Reserve University

Speaker Bruce Burton University of Cincinnati - Main Campus

Speaker Paul Schopis OARnet

Speaker Thomas Skill University of Dayton

Primary track Innovations in Advanced Networking