Tags: hubbub2013

Seminars (21-40 of 40)

  1. Introducing the Rappture Toolkit

    11 Sep 2013 | Contributor(s):: George A Howlett (presenter)

    Rappture is the Rapid APPlication infrastrucTURE, a toolkit within the HUBzero platform that makes it easy to develop a graphical user interface for scientific modeling tools. Once you describe the input/output for your simulator, Rappture handles the rest, generating a graphical interface...

  2. Uploading and Publishing New Tools

    11 Sep 2013 | Contributor(s):: George A Howlett (presenter)

    HUBzero lets you access simulation tools online via an ordinary web browser. Where do the tools come from? From you--hundreds of you throughout the world who are developing simulation and modeling tools for your hub. Anyone can upload their own code onto a hub and publish a tool for a limited...

  3. More Rappture Objects

    11 Sep 2013 | Contributor(s):: George A Howlett (presenter)

    Rappture is the Rapid APPlication infrastrucTURE, a toolkit within the HUBzero platform that makes it easy to develop a graphical user interface for scientific modeling tools.This talk picks up where Introducing the Rappture Toolkit and What's Under the Hood? left off, showing how to create more...

  4. Developing hub tools that submit HPC jobs

    11 Sep 2013 | Contributor(s):: Rob Campbell

    The HUBzero platform provides much support for tool development in addition to Rappture. Based on my experiences with writing the SubmiR tool for the DiaGrid.org hub, this presentation will focus on coding an application that imports data, submits an HPC job, and updates the user with job status....

  5. Getting Started with HUBzero/VM Setup

    11 Sep 2013 | Contributor(s):: Erich Huebner

    If you have ever wanted to have your own copy of HUBzero, we will demo how to setup our open source VM. This talk will be mostly concerned with the technical setup that will include VMware installation and configuration, linux ethernet configuration, URL setup and new admin user creation.

  6. Configuring and Customizing

    11 Sep 2013 | Contributor(s):: Erich Huebner

    Congratulations! Your HUBzero software is installed. Now what? Each new hub requires some configuration and customization based on your needs. We'll talk about content configuration (article pages), home page configuration (modules, news/announcements, banner), member registration customization...

  7. Collaboration and Contributions

    11 Sep 2013 | Contributor(s):: Emily Kayser

    This presentation will describe:- What hub groups are, and how to find or create them- How to invite and manage users in a group- Group manager functions- Group features that help facilitate group collaboration, including new calendar features- What resources are, and how they are contributed-...

  8. DiaGrid + HUBzero: Power to the People

    11 Sep 2013 | Contributor(s):: Carol Song, Rob Campbell, Kevin chen, Steven Clark, Brian Raub, Christopher Thompson

    DiaGrid is a distributed computing resource based on a federated HTCondor pool with more than 50,000 processor cores today and has delivered nearly 100 million computational jobs to date. A new HUBzero-based web front end to DiaGrid, diagrid.org (aka DiaGrid HUB), is now available for researchers...

  9. Expedition Antioquia, a hub to promote richness and diversity for equity in Antioquia

    11 Sep 2013 | Contributor(s):: Juan Guillermo Lalinde, Juan Pineda, Leidy Lorena Alzate-Vargas (presenter)

    Antioquia is one of Colombian departments (states) characterized by its richness, its diversity and, unfortunately, its inequity. Expedition Antioquia, is a research program involving more than 10 universities in the region, with the objective of become a hub for information about Antioquia and...

  10. Leveraging HUBzero to Enable STEM Education for High School Students

    11 Sep 2013 | Contributor(s):: Jeanette M Sperhac

    The Eric Pitman Annual Summer Workshop in Computational Science has been held at the Center for Computational Research (CCR) at the University at Buffalo, State University of New York, since 1999. The workshop introduces high school students to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics...

  11. Enabling computational modeling and geospatial data analysis through HUBzero

    11 Sep 2013 | Contributor(s):: Venkatesh Merwade, Lan Zhao, Carol Song

    Water-HUB is developed as a collaborative platform for hydrology researchers, educators and policy makers. Currently, a commonly used hydrologic model called Soil Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) is used to link hydrologists through a SWATShare interface on Water-HUB. SWATShare enables any...

  12. pHUBpk pharmacokinetics on the pharmaHUB

    11 Sep 2013 | Contributor(s):: Stephen D. Stamatis, Michael McLennan, Lee E. Kirsch

    An active learning paradigm engages students and allows them to experience the material rather than simply reading and memorizing trends. Pharmacokinetics, defined as the processes of absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion of a drug, presents a field of study where understanding the...

  13. HUB Application for Managing Experimental Knowledge

    11 Sep 2013 | Contributor(s):: Girish S Joglekar, Arun Giridhar, Michael McLennan, George A Howlett, Rex Reklaitis

    Experimentation is an integral part of any engineering or science-based knowledge creation activity. Moreover, the data generated by a systematic set of experiments are the foundation for the generalizations which constitute the derived knowledge. For the purpose of completeness, validation,...

  14. Purdue NExT: Your Expertise Evolved

    11 Sep 2013 | Contributor(s):: Steve Dunlop, Thomas Haley-Hermiz

    This presentation takes participants through the highlights of the recently reconfigured HUBzero Learning Management System (LMS) by exploring Purdue NExT. Purdue NExT utilizes the HUBzero technology to move beyond the Massive Online Open Course, or MOOC model, to a self-sustaining business model...

  15. State of the Hub: 2013

    11 Sep 2013 | Contributor(s):: Michael McLennan

    The HUBzero Platform continues to grow. The latest release supports data management through the “projects” component, database publication through the DataStore component, publications with digital object identifiers, a learning management system for online education, a Pinterest-style mechanism...

  16. The New Logistics of Knowledge

    11 Sep 2013 | | Contributor(s):: Gerry McCartney

    Just as technology has transformed businesses that deal in information delivery, such as journalism and book publishing, many experts also expect that electronic technologies will transform higher education. While agreeing, Gerry McCartney believes the digital transformation won’t soon happen in...

  17. Predictive science and engineering of materials & devices: towards cyber & computationally enabled decision-making

    11 Sep 2013 | | Contributor(s):: Alejandro Strachan

    The synergistic integration of predictive, physics-based modeling and experiments within a decision-making framework has the potential to revolutionize design and certification of materials and devices, reducing the cost and time involved in discovery and deployment. The impact of this approach...

  18. Cyberinfrastructure for the Materials Genome Initiative

    11 Sep 2013 | | Contributor(s):: Meredith Drosback

    In June 2011 President Obama launched the Materials Genome Initiative (MGI), a multi-agency federal initiative designed to accelerate the discovery, manufacture, and deployment of advanced materials. The current materials R&D paradigm can take 20 years or more to move a new material from...

  19. On Safari in nanoHUB: The Hunt for Prototypical Users

    11 Sep 2013 | | Contributor(s):: Michael Zentner

    nanoHUB annually produces a wealth of data about users interacting with the site. These data have a meaning that goes well beyond number of visits, download counts, and other simple metrics available from web analytics tools. These data more importantly have the potential to indicate how users...

  20. GenomeHubs–Life Science Informatics & HPC

    11 Sep 2013 | | Contributor(s):: Chris Dagdigian

    Bioinformaticist-gone-bad Chris Dagdigian has spent the last 15 years as a high performance research IT specialist focusing on building, fixing, growing and optimizing IT systems designed to support & accelerate life science research. As a consultant, Chris gets to see how different organizations...