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Distributed knowledge communities that collaborate and communicate across disciplines, distances and culture. How do we conduct big science in the future? This is from an IT administration ...

Distributed knowledge communities that collaborate and communicate across disciplines, distances and culture. How do we conduct big science in the future? This is from an IT administration perspective.

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    • Discover, Teach, & Learn
      Effective Cyberinfrastructure
      Matthew Jett Hall
      Summer 2009
    • Cyberinfrastructure : What?
      Distributed knowledge communities that collaborate and communicate across disciplines, distances and culture
      matt.hall@vanderbilt.edu
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    • Cyberinfrastructure Enables
      Discovery
      Teaching
      Learning
      Patient Care
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      IT enables an organization and its people to be reliable, unified, agile, and responsive
    • Cyberinfrastructure : What?
      Distributed knowledge communities that collaborate and communicate across disciplines, distances and culture
      matt.hall@vanderbilt.edu
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    • Virtual Communities
      matt.hall@vanderbilt.edu
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    • Collaboration
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    • American Association of Universities: 62 Members
      Brandeis University (1985)
      Brown University (1933)
      California Institute of Technology (1934)
      Carnegie Mellon University (1982)
      Case Western Reserve University (1969)
      Columbia University (1900)
      Cornell University (1900)
      Duke University (1938)
      Emory University (1995)
      Harvard University (1900)
      Indiana University (1909)
      Iowa State University (1958)
      The Johns Hopkins University (1900)
      Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1934)
      McGill University (1926)
      Michigan State University (1964)
      New York University (1950)
      Northwestern University (1917)
      The Ohio State University (1916)
      The Pennsylvania State University (1958)
      Princeton University (1900)
      Purdue University (1958)
      Rice University (1985)
      Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (1989)
      Stanford University (1900)
      Stony Brook University-State University of New York (2001)
      Syracuse University (1966)
      Texas A&M University (2001)
      Tulane University (1958)
      The University of Arizona (1985)
      University at Buffalo, The State University of New York (1989)
      University of California, Berkeley (1900)
      University of California, Davis (1996)
      University of California, Irvine (1996)
      University of California, Los Angeles (1974)
      University of California, San Diego (1982)
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      • University of California, Santa Barbara (1995)
      • The University of Chicago (1900)
      • University of Colorado at Boulder (1966)
      • University of Florida (1985)
      • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1908)
      • The University of Iowa (1909)
      • The University of Kansas (1909)
      • University of Maryland, College Park (1969)
      • University of Michigan (1900)
      • University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (1908)
      • University of Missouri-Columbia (1908)
      • University of Nebraska-Lincoln (1909)
      • The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1922)
      • University of Oregon (1969)
      • University of Pennsylvania (1900)
      • University of Pittsburgh (1974)
      • University of Rochester (1941)
      • University of Southern California (1969)
      • The University of Texas at Austin (1929)
      • University of Toronto (1926)
      • University of Virginia (1904)
      • University of Washington (1950)
      • The University of Wisconsin-Madison (1900)
      • Vanderbilt University (1950)
      • Washington University in St. Louis (1923)
      • Yale University (1900)
    • Across Disciplines, Distance, Time, & Institutions
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    • National Institutes of Health: 27 Institutes and Centers
      NIH provides leadership and financial support to researchers in every state and throughout the world
      84% of the total NIH budget supports
      over 325,000 extramural scientists and research personnel
      at more than 3,000 institutions nationwide.
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    • DOE National Labs
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    • Vanderbilt University
      22,192 employees
      32,820 Telephones
      Many academic, professional, medical disciplines
      333 acres, 18.2 million sq. ft.
      238 buildings on Campus
      100 Oaks Complex
      VMG Clinics
      Various diagnostics, lab work, and imaging
      Geographic dispersion
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    • Cyberinfrastructure : What?
      Distributed knowledge communities that collaborate and communicate across disciplines, distances and culture
      matt.hall@vanderbilt.edu
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    • Computation
      1.64 quadrillion Calculations per second
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    • Cyberinfrastructure : What?
      Distributed knowledge communities that collaborate and communicate across disciplines, distances and culture
      matt.hall@vanderbilt.edu
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    • Workforce Development
      Technical awareness
      Technical Competencies
      Security Awareness
      Web 2.0 Savvy
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    • Why?
      Bigger science
      Digital pervasiveness
      Unbridled demand
      The net generation
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    • Science is bigger today
      Multiple disciplines
      Many funding agencies
      Many institutions
      Many investigators
      Expensive, remote instruments
      Mass data generation
      Outside the realm of human cognition
      Computation and visualization aid understanding
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    • Discover, Learn, and Teach
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      • Collaborate & Discover
      • Web / video conference
      • Fixed line and mobile phones
      • Instant text and mobile messaging
      • Application sharing and joint editing
      • Extemporaneous
      • Real Time & Immediate: across time & distance
      • Learn
      • Expand the classroom
      • Active participation
      • Extend the hours of learning
      • Disseminate
      • Time Shift
      • Lecture capture
      • Digital content on-demand
      • Digital distribution
    • What is Network Computing
      The foundation of Cyberinfrastructure
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    • Effective Networking Computing
      Aligns investments to mission
      Reduces systemic complexity
      Deploys standards and guidelines
      Retains staff talent
      Maintains skills
      Assures Long term Sustainability
      Operates efficiently
      Focuses on flexibility, not rigidity
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    • Effective IT Enables
      business users by giving them easy ways to customize their environment and modify processes as their needs and roles evolve
      understanding that changes occurs at the edge of the organization – not at the bureaucratic center
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    • Leadership
      Vision and Technology Leadership
      Skills and market currency
      Articulate , frequent, concise communications
      Daily Operations
      Management control and daily execution
      Regulatory and policy compliance
      Business interaction
      Mission engagement
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    • IT Leadership
      focuses the essential task of governing platform policies, security, access control, and overall strategy, without taxing their resources and turning IT into a bottleneck of business change.
      drives standardization and leverages economies of scale, rather than simply automating structured processes.
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    • Key Success Measures
      Financial & HR
      IT Expense Management
      IT Expense Allocation
      People
      Operational
      Reliability / Availability
      Serviceability
      Security
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