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SGCI ADMI April 2019

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SGCI ADMI April 2019

  1. 1. Award Number ACI-1547611https://sciencegateways.org Marlon Pierce Indiana University & Science Gateways Community Institute (SGCI) The Science Gateways Community Institute: Supporting Online Science and Education
  2. 2. • NSF-funded project to support the science gateways community. • SGCI members • San Diego Supercomputing Center (Nancy Wilkins-Diehr) • Elizabeth City State University (Linda Hayden) • Texas Advanced Computing Center (Maytal Dahan) • University of Michigan (Katherine Lawrence) • Purdue University (Michael Zentner) • Indiana University (Marlon Pierce) 2 What Is the Science Gateways Community Institute?
  3. 3. What is a science gateway? 3
  4. 4. • An online community space for science and engineering research and education • A Web-based resource for accessing data, software, computing services, and scientific instruments • A way to help researchers, educators, students, and the public gain access to sophisticated or limited resources What is a gateway? 4
  5. 5. dREG: discriminative Regulatory Element detection from GRO-seq • Prof. Charles Danko and Dr. Zhong Wang, Cornell • dREG: Identification of the genomic regions that regulate transcription • Genetic basis of many diseases Problem: What’s the best way to deliver the code? • You want other people to use it • It’s actively developed • It really needs a large GPU cluster to run well.
  6. 6. dREG: Software as a Service Instead of requiring users to download and install the code, deliver it through a gateway. And integrate third party Web tools
  7. 7. CIPRES: Cyberinfrastructure for Phylogenetic Research 7 https://www.phylo.org/portal2 Armand Bilge, 10th grader at Lexington High School, next to a poster explaining his award-winning research project, a map and timeline that identified when HIV arrived in the Americas. • 1.36 million jobs on TeraGrid/XSEDE submitted by 33,195 unique users. • Used for curriculum delivery by at least 93 instructors. • Supported 4,500+ publications.
  8. 8. Geo-Gateway.org 8
  9. 9. QUBES: Quantitative Biology Education Resources 9
  10. 10. Citizen Science: Zooniverse 10 https://www.zooniverse.org/
  11. 11. Diverse Qualities Users • Researchers • Educators • Students • Policy makers • Citizen scientists Functions • Data collection from sensors or instruments • Community resource sharing • Analysis or computation • Data sharing 11 Development Stage • Nascent idea • Startup • Operational • Mature
  12. 12. Gateways Are Like Startups • Most of these gateways were built by small university teams • Someone has an idea and wants to provide a service to a research and education community. • Many fail but a few thrive. • Thriving gateways still need help • Scale up • Sustain • Evolve 12
  13. 13. SGCI Provides Services and Resources 13 Education & Training Support for Building & Running Gateways Opportunities for Networking & Community
  14. 14. Support for Building & Running Gateways 14 Gateway Catalog with Projects and Software Components Consulting Services Hosting Services
  15. 15. Bootcamp Education & Training: Face-to-Face 15 Student Programs Conference & Tutorials
  16. 16. Online Resources Education & Training: Online 16 Webinars
  17. 17. • 56 gateways supported with direct consulting services • 1453 participants in 42 educational and training programs & events • $38.8M in grants awarded with a Letter of Commitment from SGCI (41% success rate) • 378 gateways and 71 software components listed in our Catalog 17 Funded in August 2016: In just over 2.5 years…
  18. 18. • Consulting expertise & direct support • Support and networking opportunities for building campus-based development capacity • Gateway Catalog can help you find (or promote) projects hosted on your campus (https://catalog.sciencegateways.org) • Education & training: Bootcamp, conference, webinars, online content • Community resources: Forum, job postings (post your own), news & events 18 Ways that SGCI might be helpful for you
  19. 19. Student-Focused Programs https://sciencegateways.org/engage/student-focused 19
  20. 20. Attend the Student Coding Institute • Participate in our student-focused coding institute at ECSU June 3-28 • Apply by April 26th • Learn core skills needed to develop science gateways. • All participants will attend either the PEARC19 or the Gateways 2019 conference. 20
  21. 21. Participate in the Intern Program • Eight-week internship in Summer 2019 • Application deadline is April 26, 2019. • Students work with real gateway projects, mentors • Software and Web development • Security analysis • Usability, user experience 21
  22. 22. Participate in Gateways 2019 • Submit a paper or poster to Gateways 2019 • https://sciencegateways.org/we b/gateways2019 • Attend Gateways 2019 in San Diego • Co-Located with E-Science 2019 22
  23. 23. A Deeper Dive 23
  24. 24. 24 Learn about science gateways and science gateway software at the with the Science Gateways Catalog. • Find a gateway to use • Find software to explore https://catalog.sciencegateways.org
  25. 25. Science Gateway Software in the Classroom • Science gateway software systems are examples of distributed systems, cloud- native technologies • See https://courses.airavata.or g • Many gateway software systems are open source • Teach open source practices with GitHub 25
  26. 26. • Scientific software as a service • Scientific data access and exploration • Scientific collaborations 26 Run Your Own Science Gateway Many science gateway providers offer hosting and set-up support. SGCI can help.
  27. 27. • Marlon Pierce: marpierc@iu.edu • Sign up for our newsletter: https://sciencegateways.org/community/newsletter • Email a question: help@sciencegateways.org • Join our Google group: • Social media • Follow @sciencegateways on Twitter • http://sciencegateways.org/linkedin 27 Connect with us at sciencegateways.org

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