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  1. 1. Oct. 10,2011CKLN - Trinidad and Tobago´s workshop on appropriation Martha Giraldo migiraldo@gmail.com
  2. 2. “NETWORKING”The solutions to most of the world´s problems must be addressed – in collaboration – among interdisciplinary teams – as global projects, addressing local and regional information and participation
  3. 3. “NETWORKING”e-SCIENCE, e-LEARNING, e-CULTURE, e-INNOVATION Thanks to the advanced academic networks, institutions are not limited to the usage of their local resources for developing their projects: human resources, processing capacity, storage capacity, remote labs. and instruments, … are now available. The boundaries are those of the world itself. The key words are “collaboration” and “alliances”
  4. 4. CKLNCaribbean Knowledge Learning NetworkCKLNs strategic objective is to enhance global competitiveness of the Caribbean by upgrading and diversifying the skills and knowledge of human resources in the region through greater regional collaboration and connectivity.
  5. 5. RENATA AND CLARA
  6. 6. RENATA The advancedcollaboration platform for developing education, research,innovation and culture.
  7. 7. RENATA CorporationPrivate, mixed entity, not for profit, created in May 2007 with the participation of:Government: Government: RIESCAR Ministry of Comunications Ministry of Education Colciencias Academy: • 8 Regional Networks
  8. 8. RENATA – IS A MEMBER OF RED CLARA
  9. 9. CLARA Partners (ALICE2)ArgentinaBoliviaBrasil EspañaChile FranciaColombia ItaliaCosta Rica PortugalEcuador DANTE (UK)El SalvadorGuatemalaMéxico CubaPanamá HondurasPerú NicaraguaUruguay ParaguayVenezuela
  10. 10. RedCLARA June 2011ALICE2CLARARNP Porto AlegreAmLight
  11. 11. www.redclara.net
  12. 12. RUSSIA (RBNET) Americas SLOVAKIA (SANET)Europa-Medio Oriente SLOVENIA (ARNES) RED CLARA AUSTRIA (ACONET) SPAIN (REDIRIS) CEDIA (Ecuador) Africa BELGIUM (BELNET) SWEDEN (SUNET) CUDI (Mexico) CROATIA (CARNET) SWITZERLAND (SWITCH) RAGIE (Guatemala) ALGERIA (CERIST) CZECH REPUBLIC (CESNET) UNITED KINGDOM (JANET) RAICES (El Salvador) TURKEY (ULAKBYM) EGYPT (EUN/ENSTIN) CYPRUS (CYNET) RAAP (Perú) MOROCCO (CNRST) *CERN DENMARK (Forskningsnettet) RAU (Uruguay) TUNISIA (RFR) DANTE (Europe) ESTONIA (EENET) NORDUnet (Nordic REACCIUN (Venezuela) SOUTH AFRICA (TENET) FINLAND (FUNET) Countries) RENATA (Colombia) FRANCE (RENATER) TERENA (Europe) REUNA (Chile) GERMANY (G-WIN) RETINA (Argentina) GREECE (GRNET) RNP (Brasil) Asia Central HUNGARY (HUNGARNET) REDCYT (Panama) ARMENIA (ARENA) ICELAND (RHNET) GEORGIA (GRENA) IRELAND (HEANET) Asia-Pacifico INTERNET2 (EEUU) KAZAKHSTAN (KAZRENA) ISRAEL (IUCC) CANARIE (Canadá) TAJIKISTAN (TARENA) ITALY (GARR) AUSTRALIA (AAIREP) UZBEKISTAN (UZSCI) LATVIA (LATNET) CHINA (CERNET,CSTNET, LITHUANIA (LITNET) LUXEMBOURG (RESTENA) NSFCNET) HONG KONG (HARNET) RENATA is conected to MALTA (UNIV. MALTA) NETHERLANDS (SURFNET) JAPAN (SINET,WIDE,JGN2) KOREA (KREONET2) the world wide NORWAY (UNINETT) POLAND (POL-34) SINGAPORE (SINGAREN) ) academic networks ~90 PHILIPPINES (PREGINET) PORTUGAL (FCCN) TAIWAN (TANET2,ASNET) QATAR (QATAR FOUNDATION) THAILAND (UNINET,THAISARN) ROMANIA (ROEDUNET)
  13. 13. Interesting facts about RENATA• Started operatios in 2.007 : almost last (12/13) country to get connected to CLARA.• “Best research national portal”, years 2.009, 2.010 and out of contest 2.011.• 2.010: OAS stated RENATA as one of the big players within acadmic networks in LA with Brasil, Chile and Argentina.• RENATA is included in about six national policies (CT&I, ICT, Ministry of Education, Competitivenes …)
  14. 14. Interesting facts about RENATARENATA´s• Executive Director – member of CLARA´s Board of Diretors and President of it in 2.009.• Communications Manager – member of RedCLARA´s communications and public relations comission .• Academic Manager – member of RedCLARA´s applications comittee .• Technical Manager - member of Red CLARA´s technical comission and videoconferencing group establishing an Operation Center for all countries in LA. IPV6 recognized national expert.
  15. 15. RENATA´s connected institutions RIESCAR UNIRED RUMBO RUANA RADAR TOTAL RUAV RUTA RUP Tertiary Education 26 19 14 12 17 7 15 10 120 Research Centers 2 2 0 0 2 0 1 1 8 Hospitals 0 3 2 1 4 1 0 2 13 Libraries and museums 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 TOTAL 28 25 17 13 23 8 16 13 143 August 2011
  16. 16. RENATA community International networks CORPORACIÓN RENATA (Supporting Appropiation) Infrastructure: RENATA network
  17. 17. RENATA’s GeneralOrganization Chart Assembly Auditor Board of Directors Executive Director Subdirección General Financiera Support Administrativa Legal Accounting issues Technical Communications Academic Manager Manager Manager Comité Comité de Comité Técnico Comunicaciones Académico
  18. 18. GRIDColombia BDCOL Cursos especializados
  19. 19. Activities and Servicies
  20. 20. Activities/services – Call for proposals• Financing projects that take advantage of the Academic Network: Year # projects 2006 13 2009 27 2010 10 2011 10• Thematic encounters (2008)• Dissemination of the financed projects (www.renata.edu.co)
  21. 21. VideoconferencingComunicaciones presenciales integradas - MCU- Multi Point Unit Control
  22. 22. Virtual Office (webconference tool)
  23. 23. Activities - Technical training Subject 2009 2010 2011 TotalAdvanced Routing 42 80 167 289Network security 80 0 0 80Introducing IPv6 and IPV6services 23 80 153 256Technical training 140 97 0 237Total 285 312 320 917
  24. 24. Academic TrainingCapacitaciones CURSO 2009 2010 2011BDCOL - 40 219 130Grid Colombia 33 151 24Curso básico RENATA(introducción, VC, oficina 80 367 57virtual)How to write Competitive 63 --- ---Research Projects (CLARA)Curso básico técnico de 140 97 ---RENATA- Redes regionalesVirtual Objects for learning --- 100 ---
  25. 25. Services/Activities• Biannual international e-science Seminar• Support of projects – BDCOL – Open access repositories – Grid Colombia – Distributed processing capacities• Support of Communities – Health – Research – Culture• Scientific magazine “e-colabora” (two editions) http://publicaciones.renata.edu.co/index.php/RCEC/iss ue/archive
  26. 26. Dissemination Services Social Networks Subscriptions data base News (web page) Visits to the Web Total Transmissions RENATA en VIVO Newsletter Virtual office (streaming) Facebook Youtube TwitterAug.2011 173 421 508 171 11 203.052 1.117 731 1283 7736 2010 292 356 529 119 10 315.450 4.895 477 733 13857 2009 212 156 221 57 10 185.032 5.766 0 0 0 2008 76 44 99 13 4 170.752 4.895 0 0 0 Total 734 897 1258 325 32 845.895 16.673 1208 2016 21593
  27. 27. Signed alliances• RedCOLSI – (org. For seed researchers)• OUI – Interamerican Organization of Universities• Ópera Oberta (Barcelona´s Liceum)• Zoom - (Universities´ TV Channel)• Futura Networks, Campus Party (to engage ICT youngsters)• CUDI – Mexican NREN
  28. 28. CLARA´sservices and projects
  29. 29. CLARA´s Services- RedCLARA’s Portal Looking for partners Funding Database
  30. 30. User Communities and Research Projects • A set of research communities (researchers, educators, students) working together in the solution of problems related to the MDG goals and actively participating in ALFA & FP7 calls.
  31. 31. RedCLARA Communities1. LACXSER (LAtinoamerican Colaboratory of eXperimental Software Engineering Re ComCLARA2011 1. LAGO (Large Aperture Gamma Ray Burst search) Observatory)2. ReLANS (Red Latinoamericana de 2. MAPA D2 (Mapa e Programa de artes em danca Nanotecnología y Sociedad) digital)3. MAYA (Red de Microorganismos, 3. LACLO (Latin American Community of Learning Agricultura y Alimentos) Objects4. MCISur (Manejo Costero Integrado del 4. CoLaBoRa (Comunidad Latinoamericana de Cono Sur) Bibliotecas y Repositorios Digitales)5. LAGO (Large Aperture Gamma Ray Burst 5. FLU‐CAP Programa de Influenza para Observatory) Centroamérica y Panamá6. MAPA D2 (Mapa e Programa de artes em 6. TIC en FID Formación Docente Inicial danca digital) 7. ACHALAI Red internacional de recuperación del7. LACLO (Latin American Community of patrimonio inmaterial de tradiciones musicales Learning Objects) 8. Grid Computación Científica y de Alto Rendimiento8. CoLaBoRa (Comunidad Latinoamericana de 9. ARCU-RED Comunidad de arte y cultura en la red Bibliotecas y Repositorios Digitales) 10. IPOL-LA Image Processing Online Latin America9. URDIMBRE (Research of the impact of 11. CLARISE Comunidad Latinoamericana Abierta TIC in education) Regional de Investigación Social y Educativa 12. Latin IDE Comunidad Latinoamericana de ComCLARA2010 Infraestructura de Datos Espaciales 13. CLIC Comunidad Latinoamericana de Investigación y Construcción de Conocimiento 34
  32. 32. ESO Paranal Optical Observatory• Very Large Telescope located near Antofagasta in Chile• VLT Interferometer
  33. 33. Pierre Auger Observatory: Cosmic Rays in the Argentinean Andes• To study the universes highest energy particles• Located 400 Km South of Mendoza in Argentina• US$ 50 Million Budget• Data must leave the “Pampa” and go to Europe, Japan, US• AugerAccess to link the observatory to RedCLARA
  34. 34. ALMA: Atacama Large Milimeter Array Vancouver & Other Data Chajnantor 5000mts Global High G-REUNAEurope, Japan, US Speed AcademicComputing Facilities Networks San Pedro de Atacama Storage & Processing
  35. 35. Development f a Federated Network of Institutional Repositories for Scientific Documentation in Latin America.• Objectives: – Making available the produced information for researchers – Giving visibility to Latin American scientific production,• Partners: Argentina, Brasil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, México, Perú, Venezuela.• Executing Agency: CLARA - Cooperación Latinoamericana de Redes Avanzadas.• Financing Sources: $US 986.465 (IDB: US$632.180)• Execution time: 4 años• Type of Proyect: RPG, Regional Public Good.
  36. 36. Grid initiativeGISELA• E- Infrastructure shared between Europe and Latin America• Grid Computing - among LA and Europe institutions.• Human network working on grids, e-science and e-infrastructure
  37. 37. RENATA PROJECTS FROM OUR CALLS Financed by Colciencias and Ministry of Education
  38. 38. Distributed processing andstorage capacities  12 Universities (interest of 20 more)  60 machines  International relations with world class grids:  OSG (USA): support in education  GISELA: members of the FP/ project (EELA, CIEMAT, EGEE Europe)  PRAGMA (Asia-Pacífico): invited to participated in their forums  In joint work with the National Bioinformatics Center just created inColombia with the support of Colciencias and MINTIC.
  39. 39. Colombian Digital Library (BDCOL)Colombian Network of Repositories and Digital Libraries indexing the scientific, and academic production of tertiary institutions, libraries, research centers, among others.75.000 documents,50 institutions and more being trained todevelop and upload their repositories.Access from a unique site (www.bdcol.org)
  40. 40. BDCOL
  41. 41. IAP• InterAcademy Panel for International Issues (IAP) is an international network of Academies of Sciences founded in 1993.• “Open Access to Scientific Literature and other Digital Scientific Information Resources in Central America, the Caribbean and Africa: Focus on Health Education and Sustainable Development ", program developed in 2008-2010.• Promotes programs that increase access to digital resources of scientific information.• Led by the National Academy of Sciences (U.S. NAS) in collaboration with the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and the Senegalese Academy of Sciences and Technologies (ASTS).
  42. 42. “Virtual Education based in interactive televisión to support learning distance processes”” Universidad del Cauca – Universidad del Valle – Universidad de OviedoApoyar procesos educativos a distancia en el programa de TecnologíaAgroindustrial ofrecido por la Universidad del Cauca a través del uso de educaciónvirtual soportada en la combinación de tecnologías innovativas de televisióninteractiva con la infraestructura y los servicios de la red RENATA.
  43. 43. “Distributed laboratory with remote access for roboticexperimentation”Universidad del Quindío - Universidad del Valle Concebir e implementar un laboratorio distribuido de acceso remoto a través de la Red Colombiana de Datos de Nueva Generación RENATA para la experimentación en robótica, basado en una arquitectura cliente - servidor y constituido por una plataforma móvil estándar tipo Pioneer 3DX (Universidad del Valle), un manipulador Mitsubishi RV-2AJ (Universidad del Quindío) y una estructura de información para el control o supervisión de los robots por varios usuarios
  44. 44. “Disposable and interoperable biological data and contolledlanguages”UT Universidad Nacional – Universidad Distrital Francisco José deCaldasHacer disponibles e interoperables datos biológicos de alta calidad y permitir su uso através de redes, como apoyo a los procesos de investigación, educación y desarrollo y alfortalecimiento de nuestra capacidad de cooperación interinstitucional.
  45. 45. “Colombian storms information network. Phase I: Pilot project inBogotá, Medellín and Manizales”UT Universidad Nacional – Universidad de AntioquiaConformar una red de información en tiempo real de actividad eléctrica atmosféricabasada en el uso de la red RENATA con sistemas de medición indirecta instalados enBogotá, Medellín y Manizales.
  46. 46. “Virtual Wind Tunnel”EAFIT – Uniandes – Universidad de Alberta (Canada) Construir un software e infraestructura de hardware que permita la experimentacióncientífica en un entorno colaborativo virtual sobre simulaciones complejas de CFD .
  47. 47. “Information services based in colombian cultural heritage, GoldMuseum Case”Universidad de los Andes, Banco de la República, UniversidadNacional de Colombia - sede Manizales, Universidad de AlbertaDesarrollo de un ambiente distribuido sobre Renata para la consulta de reproduccionesde alta calidad de algunas piezas del Museo del Oro, con el objeto de soportar labores deinvestigación.
  48. 48. “Recovering data system from a histological image bank” Universidad Nacional de Colombia sede Bogotá - Politécnico Grancolombiano - Centro Internacional de Física - CIFdesarrollar un sistema de recuperación de imágenes histológicas que permita realizarconsultas de forma eficiente y precisa sobre el contenido de las imágenes, para dar apoyo aprocesos de investigación y docencia.4 tejidos analizados de 4 órganos diferentes 20.000 imágenes capturadas analizadas y digitalizadas Modelo de indexamiento de imágenes Sistema de información que permita lacarga, búsqueda y comparación de imágenes Sistema de información articulado a la redRENATA
  49. 49. “Mantis-GRID: A platform for managing DICOM medical images “Eafit – CES – Mayo Clinic (USA) - EIA Es una infraestructura basada en tecnologías GRID para acceder y compartir repositorios distribuidos de imágenes médicas DICOM e información asociada, que permitirá apoyar la investigación colaborativa en el área biomédica. RD TC Ax RMM R M US
  50. 50. “Mantis-GRID: Managing odontologic images” Eafit – CES – Universidad del Cauca - EIAEs una infraestructura basada en tecnologías GRID para acceder y compartir repositoriosdistribuidos de imágenes odontológicas.
  51. 51. “An e-learning Management System (LMS) over a clusterinfrastructure using RENATA”Universidad Autónoma de Manizales, Universidad del RosarioSistema de E-Learning por medio de Clusters Computacionales sobre la Red Académica de Altavelocidad Nacional RENATA enfocado al proceso de enseñanza en salud en la temática deanálisis de movimiento humano.
  52. 52. “Pathologists prediction using High Resolution Images of on-linevirtual microscopy”Universidad Nacional de Bogotá - UISFormular, implementar y validar un sistema para la navegación eficiente de megaimágenesubicadas en servidores remotos mediante la predicción de los patrones de comportamiento delos patólogos en tareas de exploración diagnóstica sobre placas virtuales de histopatología.
  53. 53. NEXT activity : Services/applications/projects list1. Make a list of the applications, services orprojects of major interest.2. Prioritize.3. For each one, define where you considerthey should be offered? CKLN?, NRENs?,institutions?.
  54. 54. NEXT activity : Services/applications/projects listLet´s separate the initiatives into four groups (*) :• Applications and services – Communications (*) – VC, IPtelephony… – Support services (*) – training, – Sharing Resources (*) – human, contents, instruments,…• Projects – Supporting CARICOM´s strategies. – Specific areas: health, education, climate, culture, agriculture, Bio´s, social sciences, astronomy,… (*) – Institutional interests
  55. 55. Ideas of projects (Martha Giraldo)• Astronomy – capturing and transmitting images - Picture taken in Barbados Island by the British Damian Peach. It shows Jupiter´s flux of gases and two of its´ satellites. http://noticias.latam.msn.com/co/fotogaleria_bbc.asp x?cp-documentid=30775053&page=1• Colaboration with CLARA or with any of its associated countries once identified project opportunities.• What if CKLN or its NREN’s prepare a collaboation project to give english classes to LatinAmerican students and viceversa (spanish)?
  56. 56. Some recommendations
  57. 57. CKLNCKLN and its members, should conduct the process for making C@ribNET the main base tool for developing CARICOM strategies and plans, – Taking advantage of the new possibilities /opportunities – Knowing that “unity is strength”. Globalization is real. – Empowering democracy, equity and development for the Carribbean. – Forge competitiveness of the region.
  58. 58. BUT… (*) Picture taken from Blue Prints study (Telecom Telematique)• How should CARICOM countries be organized as NRENs in order to help the process?• Where will the economies of scale, budgets, human resources be allocated?• How will solidarity, equity be adressed?• Should you have different types of NRENs?
  59. 59. Recommendations, points of view – CKLN is different from CLARA – You have CARICOM´s opportunity. LA doesn´t have such an organism. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS!!. – CKLN is different from RENATA. Although it works with 8 local REN´s , it serves a country.• Pave your own road, take advantage of other initiatives, find the opportunities and the ways collaborate.
  60. 60. Recommendations, points of view• CKLN have the conditions for developing a Caribbean Knowledge Learning Network. That is the goal. I don´t know any other networks committed into that. ( It is much more than a network that supports knowledge, learning…)• There are already important studies done for the Caribbean (Blue prints, ICT4Development, etc.) and has funded a lot of regional collaboration and consultation initiatives. Communication and colaboration instruments were lacking pieces. Take this initiatives into real consideration, get organized, plan and pave the road.
  61. 61. Recommendations, points of view• Don´t expect short term results.• CKLN can do a leap frog. (???).• Continue your important efforts related to the use of the infrastructure for improving learning and teaching processes as well as distance education.
  62. 62. Final recommendation• Each one of you should promote an activity within the personnel of your institution, puting them to think on how to take advantage of the opportunities behind this new infrastructure and services?• For innovation, research, education and culture?
  63. 63. THANK YOU !Martha I. Giraldo migiraldo@

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