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Global Science Engagement: What’s Working and Paths Forward

Time 10/18/17 03:50PM-04:40PM

Room Seacliff B

Session Abstract

There is a need to ensure that science collaborations at every scale, in every domain, have the information and tools they need to achieve maximum benefit from global networks. This session will present several approaches to meet the need scalable, community-driven strategies and approaches to science engagement world wide. Scientific progress should not be constrained by geographic location, and this panel of speakers will present a variety of approaches to addressing the needs of today’s global collaborative data sharing over R&E networks.

Speakers

Moderator Jennifer Schopf Indiana University

Speaker David Wilde AARNet (Australia’s Academic and Research Network)

Speaker Lloyd Ssentongo RENU (Research and Education Network for Uganda)

Speaker Eli Dart ESnet (DOE Office of Science - Energy Sciences Network)

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail Engagement with Scientific Facilities

Speaker Eli Dart ESnet (DOE Office of Science - Energy Sciences Network)

media item thumbnail AARNet - Science Engagement

Speaker David Wilde AARNet (Australia’s Academic and Research Network)

media item thumbnail A Successful Collaboration between NIH ICER Uganda and RENU

Speaker Lloyd Ssentongo RENU (Research and Education Network for Uganda)

Primary track Applications for Research

Secondary tracks Advanced Networking

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