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  1. AWS 101: What is Amazon Web Services and how is Amazon's Cloud used in Science and Education

    24 Jun 2016 | | Contributor(s):: Steve Elliot (presenter)

    Amazon Web Services is used by over 1 million customers and 4500 different academic institutions around the globe. AWS users leverage Amazon’s cloud for everything from mission critical space operations to launching new business and social apps or running large compute jobs across thousands...

  2. The GABBs Report – Building Geospatial Capabilities in HUBzero

    24 Jun 2016 | | Contributor(s):: Carol Song (presenter)

    Geospatial data are present everywhere today with the proliferation of location-aware computing devices. This is especially true in the scientific community where large amounts of data are driving research and education activities in many domains. Collaboration over geospatial data, for example,...

  3. View from Purdue's CIO

    24 Jun 2016 | | Contributor(s):: Gerry McCartney (presenter)

    A view from Purdue University's CIO of ITaP (Information Technology at Purdue).

  4. Virtual Infrastructure for Data Intensive Analysis: An Update

    24 Jun 2016 | | Contributor(s):: Jeanette M Sperhac (presenter)

    In order to expose undergraduates in the humanities to data intensive computing, University at Buffalo's Center for Computational Research (CCR) teamed with State University of New York (SUNY) Oneonta.The resulting HUBzero-based Virtual Infrastructure for Data Intensive Analysis (VIDIA) has...

  5. A HUBzero component for experimental knowledge management and data analytics

    24 Jun 2016 | | Contributor(s):: Elçin Içten (presenter)

    A workflow based knowledge management system, KProMS, that functions as a HUBzero component has been developed at Purdue University. It captures the complete provenance of knowledge by modeling the details of the associated knowledge generation steps as workflows. Its unique workflow...

  6. A plugin for integration between moodle and hubzero using IMS LTI

    24 Jun 2016 | | Contributor(s):: Juan Pineda, Juan Guillermo Lalinde (presenter), Ruben Espinosa Roldan, Esteban Alarcón

    IMS Learning Tools Interoperability (IMS LTI) is a standard specification that allows the integration of rich learning applications into learning environments. Its main goal is to enhance a transparent relationship between subsystems within a learning environment where the users could be...

  7. An Integrated Collaborative Environment for Materials Research

    24 Jun 2016 | | Contributor(s):: Matthew D Jacobsen (presenter)

    The dramatic rise in the volume, complexity, and utility of digital research data has triggered a need for scientific software systems that can manage this data across a laboratory enterprise. With no turnkey solutions available for this very difficult task, highly customizable and modular...

  8. Data-driven Collaboration Environments: Integrating HUBZero and iRODS

    24 Jun 2016 | | Contributor(s):: Rajesh Kalyanam (presenter), Lan Zhao, Rob Campbell, Carol Song

    As part of an effort to establish a community-based data sharing environment, we previously developed a HUBzero-based web component, iData. Using the open-source data management software, iRODS, iData provides hub users and tools with the ability to publish, manage, discover and consume data in a...

  9. Hubbub 2015: Roadmap and Discussion

    24 Jun 2016 | | Contributor(s):: Michael McLennan (presenter)

    Hubbub 2015's roadmap and discussion with Michael McLennan. 

  10. HUBzero or SpokeZero – what is the role of HUBzero in a growing world of Software As A Service?

    24 Jun 2016 | | Contributor(s):: Andy Burnett (presenter)

    HUBzero provides a range of unique features, but in a world where new services are coming online daily, how can we take advantage of those developments. Should we think about HUBzero as our hub, or do pieces of HUBzero become parts of other portals? This talk will cover a range of experiments...

  11. QUBES: A community supporting teaching and learning in quantitative biology

    24 Jun 2016 | | Contributor(s):: Michael Drew LaMar (presenter)

    QUBES (Quantitative Undergraduate Biology Education and Synthesis) is a 5-year, multi-institutional NSF-funded project to address a “call to action” in reports put forth by many institutions, including NSF, NIH, AAAS, and HHMI, among others. The challenges in these reports include...

  12. Remote Sensing Analysis on HUBzero

    24 Jun 2016 | | Contributor(s):: Larry Biehl (presenter)

    MultiSpec is a remote sensing analysis tool being developed on MyGeoHub.org as part of the Geospatial Analysis Building Blocks (GABBs) NSF-funded and the IndianaView/AmericaView USGS-funded projects. The tool has been adapted from the desktop Macintosh and Windows versions...

  13. Towards accessible, reproducible, and transparent research in the life sciences: an innovative open source VRE approach in Western France

    24 Jun 2016 | | Contributor(s):: Yvan Le Bras (presenter)

    Research processes in Life Sciences are evolving at a rapid pace. This evolution, due to technological breakthroughs, allows to address more ambitious scientific problems and generalizes the digital aspect of the research data in Life Sciences. If facing the actual data deluge context represents...

  14. Upload, Configure, Analyze, and Share Geospatial Data in 3 Minutes

    24 Jun 2016 | | Contributor(s):: Lan Zhao (presenter), Hou-Jen Ko, Carol Song

    Geospatial data is growing rapidly in volumes thanks to the advancement of large observatories, sensor networks, GPS technologies, and personal devices. Such data is crucial in research and education across many disciplines, making great impacts on our daily life. However, it is not an easy task...

  15. Using the HUBZero Platform to Enable Remote Computing on DiaGrid

    24 Jun 2016 | | Contributor(s):: Christopher Thompson, Robert L Campbell, Steven Clark, Claire Stirm

    The DiaGrid hub has a history of creating tools using the HUBzero platform to connect users with scientific models running on computing resources around the world. We believe many tool developers could benefit from a presentation to discuss all the ways remote execution is supported including...

  16. Complex Workloads on HUBzero – Pegasus Workflow Management System

    24 Jun 2016 | | Contributor(s):: Karan Vahi (presenter), Mats Rynge, Steven Clark, Ewa Deelman

    The HUBzero platform for scientific collaboration enables tool developers to build tools that are easily shared with both researchers and educators. This enables users to login and start their analysis without worrying about setup and configuration of the tools. Once, the analysis is done...

  17. Enhancement of System Design and the Research Landscape through Process and Data Modeling

    24 Jun 2016 | | Contributor(s):: Elizabeth Wirrig, Matthew D Jacobsen, Lori Simmons, Lydia O\'connell, K. Rebecca Servaites, Kevin Porter, Claire Stirm

    One purpose of the Materials Genome Initiative is to reduce the lead time of materials development. In support of this initiative, Integrated Computational Materials Science and Engineering (ICMSE) in the Materials and Manufacturing Directorate at the Air Force Research Laboratory is developing a...

  18. Computational System Federation through a Common Service Bus

    24 Jun 2016 | | Contributor(s):: James Fourman, Matthew D Jacobsen, Kevin Porter, Claire Stirm

    The Integrated Collaborative Environment (ICE) is a federated software framework that aims at connecting disparate systems for the purpose of enhanced productivity in the AFRL community. To meet demands for greater efficiency and better research, ICE acts as a common mediator between numerous...

  19. Federated Identity Management with OpenID Connect & Federated Digital Object Management through Persistent Identification

    24 Jun 2016 | | Contributor(s):: Kevin Porter, Matthew D Jacobsen, Jason Michael Thiese, Claire Stirm

    The Integrated Collaborative Environment (ICE) is a federated software framework that aims at connecting disparate systems for the purpose of enhanced productivity in the AFRL community. To meet demands for greater efficiency and better research, ICE acts as a common mediator between numerous...

  20. Dynamic Graphical Workflow Management in the Hub

    24 Jun 2016 | | Contributor(s):: Jason Michael Thiese, Matthew D Jacobsen, James Fourman, Claire Stirm

    A graphical workflow management system is being developed to meet multiple research community needs, such as the coordination of experiments and simulations, data capture using consistent formats, avoidance of data loss, scheduling of resources, and traceability of the overall research process....

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