CI-Team MSI-CIEC High Performance Computing and CyberInfrastructure (CI) Campus Bridging Workshop Howard University

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  • 1. CI-TEAM MSI-CIEC High Performance Computing and CyberInfrastructure (CI) Campus Bridging Workshop Howard University Richard A. Aló, Presenter, PI Co PIs: Karl Barnes, NAFEO; Diane Baxter, SDSC; Al Kuslikis, AIHEC; Geoffrey Fox, Indiana University; Alex Ramirez, HACU. Billy Kung, Coordinator; Julie Foertsch, Evaluator, University of Wisconsin June 6, 2007 TeraGrid07
  • 2. Mission: To build and enhance the social and technological mechanisms for meaningful engagement of MSIs in CyberInfrastructure (CI). Vision Through MSIs and the Emerging CI, Advance  Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics  Participation of underrepresented minorities in:  STEM, particularly e-science  global STEM workforce June 22, 2009 NSF, CyberInfrastructure CI-TEAM 2 Award 063652
  • 3. What is: MSI CyberInfrastructure Empowerment Coalition MSI-CIEC A virtual organization to:  accelerate development of a CI-related STEM workforce  broaden access, participation, and appreciation for CI and e-science  particularly among traditionally underrepresented minority populations June 22, 2009 NSF, CyberInfrastructure CI-TEAM 3 Award 063652
  • 4. MSI-CIEC What is CyberInfrastructure 50 year old EXAMPLE Resources  Computers Data Storage  Scientific instruments Experts etc Linkages Systems Organizations Integrating Software ------------------------------------------------------------------  TOPSHAM, MAINE , SAGE, Semi Automatic Ground Environment,  US Air Force—ONE OF 24 Direction Centers  BMEWS LINE, DEW LINE, TEXAS TOWERS (on coast)  ICBMs, Nike Ajax, Semi Automatic Fighter Jets  2 IBM ‘’High Performance”, AN/FSQ7, 80,000 VACUUM TUBES  CRT Scopes with zap guns June 22, 2009 NSF, CyberInfrastructure CI-TEAM 4 Award 063652
  • 5. SAGE e Command /Control  1960s, revolutionized air defense. Integrated radar/ computer technology (contributed significantly to civilian air traffic control systems).  Air Force developed advanced command, control, and communications systems.  MIT Lincoln Laboratories commissioned to develop automated nationwide computer-based air defense system. A network of computerized control centers IN USA.  22 of these advanced command and control nodes installed.  June 22, 2009 NSF, CyberInfrastructure CI-TEAM 5 Award 063652
  • 6. SAGE automatic data processing  capability substituted for manual GCI systems in observing, plotting, transmitting information and assigning targets for air defense weapons.  SAGE facilities processed air surveillance information and sent data to Air Defense Command units.  IBM engineers installed two large, 275-ton computers in the basement of each SAGE facility  provided weapons controllers with data / facilitated intercept of unknown aircraft by Air Force fighters. and maintained surveillance, identified aircraft, selected and directed intercepting aircraft, coordinated air defense responses and disseminated air defense intelligence . June 22, 2009 NSF, CyberInfrastructure CI-TEAM 6 Award 063652
  • 7. Who We Are Mission  Richard A. Aló - Center for Computational Science, University of Houston Downtown  Diane Baxter - San Diego Supercomputer Center  Geoffrey Fox - Community Grids Lab - Indiana University Alliance for Equity in Higher Education reaching 335+ MSIs  Karl Barnes - National Association for Equal Opportunity in Education  Al Kuslikis - American Indian Higher Education Consortium  Alex Ramirez - Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities June 22, 2009 NSF, CyberInfrastructure CI-TEAM 7 Award 063652
  • 8. June 22, 2009 NSF, CyberInfrastructure CI-TEAM 8 Award 063652
  • 9. MSI-CyberInfrastructure Empowerment Coalition Learning about Grids and CyberInfrastructure l The Minority-Serving Institutions (MSI) CyberInfrastructure (CI) Institute MSI CI² http://www.educationgrid.org/index.html l MSI CIEC http://www.msiciec.org/eduwiki/index.php/MainPage  Insightful Video Introduction- Fran Berman, Director San Diego Supercomputer Center, l NSF 07-28, CyberInfrastructure Vision for 21st Century Discovery http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2007/nsf0728/index.jsp June 22, 2009 NSF, CyberInfrastructure CI-TEAM 9 Award 063652
  • 10. MSI CIEC Meaningful Engagement  Support Community interested in CyberInfrastructure  Lead a few projects but also  Provide scalable implementation MSI CIEC Mission  Leveraging/ advising relevant projects led by others Features of our Future Work  Institutional Activities:  executive presentations  Campus Visits to Plan CyberInfrastructure  Funding Faculty Release Time and Students  Curriculum Enhancement  Education/ Training– Faculty, Students, CI Support Staff June 22, 2009 NSF, CyberInfrastructure CI-TEAM 10 Award 063652
  • 11. Mainstay of CI and TeraGrid Collaboration Like Science Research/Technology Today ----------------------------------------------- MSI CIEC provides  point of collaboration/engagement to  CI for MSIs  MSIs for CI projects /resources  As scalable, equitable mechanism for developing CI enabled STEM workforce June 22, 2009 NSF, CyberInfrastructure CI-TEAM 11 Award 063652
  • 12. Examples MSI-CIEC Projects MSI CyberInfrastructure Institute- MSI C(I)²- Geoffrey Fox, PI  NSF CI-TEAM Demonstration Project  formed community of learning and practice among MSI faculty, students and staff in IT and computer and domain sciences and leading researchers within the established CI community.  http://www.educationgrid.org/index.html gives  Presentations  Original proposal June 22, 2009  Teragrid06 presentations NSF, CyberInfrastructure CI-TEAM 12 Award 063652
  • 13. Navajo Technical College: Internet to the Hogan Project High Performance Networking; Cluster/Grid Computing  For Navajo Nation and the College  Collaboration of  MSI CIEC and our Partners including  San Diego Supercomputer Center  TeraGrid  National Center for Supercomputer Applications Working with HSI University of New Mexico  SDSC High Performance Wireless Research and Education Network connecting to the National Lambda Rail and Internet 2 at OC3 speeds NTC expanding degree offerings through PhD, Navajo K-12 June 22, 2009 NSF, CyberInfrastructure CI-TEAM 13 Award 063652
  • 14. Navajo Technical College Hogan Project June 22, 2009 NSF, CyberInfrastructure CI-TEAM 14 Award 063652
  • 15. Elizabeth City State University- HBCU 3,000 students  Polar Grid CI through PolarGrid Science Gateway  Collaboration of MSI CIEC NSF Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets Links TeraGrid with CReSIS  ECSU and Indiana University now creating CI linking intermittently disconnected field and base grids in polar regions to ‘lower 48’ data and computing resources Significant Hardware/ Software challenges advancing CI research enabling new science discoveries  Adding CI track in Masters program and CI June 22, 2009 NSF, CyberInfrastructure CI-TEAM 15 Internships Award 063652
  • 16. Elizabeth City State University PolarGrid Science Gateway June 22, 2009 NSF, CyberInfrastructure CI-TEAM 16 Award 063652
  • 17. Other Emulatable MSIs Meaningfully Engaged in CI  University of Texas Brownsville- HSI  Gravitational Wave Astronomy  Collaborating with TeraGrid, Texas Advanced Computing Center, Open Science Grid  Florida International University- HSI  International CyberBridges Project  Center for High Energy Physics Research and Education Outreach  University of Texas at El Paso- HSI  Research /Education program in Grid Computing and Semantic Web  GEON Project  University of New Mexico –HSI  Providing HP connectivity to Navajo Tech  Soon to become the first MSI on Top 500 Supercomputer list  Howard University- HBCU- LEAD Project with TeraGrid and University of Okalahoma  Southern University- HBCU- LONI Grid Computing Project June 22, 2009 NSF, CyberInfrastructure CI-TEAM 17 Award 063652
  • 18. Laying Sustainable Foundation for Scalability  Surveying MSIs and Building Participation  Contact information  Research, education and administrative interests  Basic campus CI information  Collaborative Portal  Social networking collaboration portal being developed as a technological manifestation of MSI-CIEC collaborative environment  MSI Campus Visits and CyberInfrastructure Days  Raising awareness of Campus Executive Leadership, Assess Campus strengths and weaknesses in technology and in research, education and technical interests and capacities  Assist in development of strategic goals, objectives , plans  Bringing together TeraGrid, Internet2, Open Science Grid, Educause June 22, 2009 NSF, CyberInfrastructure CI-TEAM 18 Award 063652
  • 19. Laying Sustainable Foundation for Scalability continued  TeraGrid Campus Partnerships  Encouraging MSIs to join the TeraGrid Community  Partnering with TeraGrid Education /Training  Push to encourage MSIs into CI education and training opportunities of TeraGrid, Supercomputing 07, San Diego Supercomputer Center, Texas Advanced Computing Center and National Center for Supercomputer Applications Summer Institutes June 22, 2009 NSF, CyberInfrastructure CI-TEAM 19 Award 063652
  • 20. Conclusions June 22, 2009 NSF, CyberInfrastructure CI-TEAM 20 Award 063652
  • 21. Fig # 1 MSI-CIEC: MSI CyberInfrastructure Empowerment Coalition MSI-CIEC:MSI CyberInfrastructure Empowerment Coalition Leadership Team Capabilities of Leaders PIs of Projects MSI-Centered Capabilities Program Support Capabilities Operational & Internal Links to 3 MSI areas & the Capabilities Portal Access Grid, Alliance Collaboration tools, External Relations Portal content (Support CI Linkage databases) Government, other MSI Capabilities for specific Projects, Relevant MSI CI Operation Center domain (Biology for Earth connections (TeraGrid, Science) NCSA, SDSC, TACC,SCxx) Research programs & opportunities MSI Faculty/staff student Outreach & Meetings mentoring & advancement REU, Fellowship etc Evaluation & Internal MSI Physical resources Research Education & Training (clusters) Capabilities for specific Administration & Specific Programs & domain (Biology for Earth Operations Identification of Science Opportunities Social and Behavioral Research MSI-CIEC: MSI CyberInfrastructure Empowerment Coalition Projects with Multiple PIs: These use a selection of capabilities and include cases where MSI-CIEC has a lead or support role CSI-CI2 is the first MSI-CIEC project June 22, 2009 NSF, CyberInfrastructure CI-TEAM 21 Award 063652
  • 22. Thank You Richard Aló and the MSI CIEC Team JuneJune 6, 2007 TeraGrid07 22, 2009 NSF, CyberInfrastructure CI-TEAM 22 Award 063652