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The Science Gateways
Community Institute:
International Collaboration on
World-Wide Scale
Sandra Gesing
sandra.gesing@nd.edu
2 November 2017
Victoria University of Wellington, ECS,
New Zealand
2
• In the middle of nowhere of northern Indiana
(1.5 h from Chicago)
• 4 undergraduate colleges
• ~35 research institutes and centers
• ~12,000 students
University of Notre Dame
University of Notre Dame
Center for Research Computing
• Software development and profiling
• Cyberinfrastructure/science gateway development
• Computational Scientist support
• Collaborative research/
grant development
• System administration/
prototype architectures
• Computational resources:
25,000 cores+
• Storage resources: 3 PB
• National resources (e.g., XSEDE)
• ~40 researchers,
research programmers,
HPC specialists
CRC and OIT building
http://crc.nd.edu CRC HPC Center (old Union Stati
5
Data- and compute-
intensive problems
Research Infrastructures
NO geographical
boundaries
Geographical
boundaries
Importance of Scientific Software
In 2009 a survey was published with answers from 2000
researchers.
•  91% answered that using scientific software is
important for their own research
•  84% answered that developing scientific software is
important for their own research
•  53.5% answered that they spend more time developing
scientific software than they did 10 years ago
•  38% spend at least one fifth of their time developing
software
J.E. Hannay et al., "How Do Scientists Develop and Use Scientific Software?", Proc. ICSE
Workshop Software Eng. for Computational Science and Eng., pp. 1-8, 2009.
State of the Art
7
Increased
complexity of
•  research
questions
•  hardware
•  software
•  instruments
•  data volume
•  data formats
The need for end-
to-end solutions for
accessing data,
software,
computing
services, and
equipment specific
to the needs of a
science or
engineering
discipline
Science Gateways
8
Increased
complexity of
•  research
questions
•  hardware
•  software
•  instruments
•  data volume
•  data formats
The need for end-
to-end solutions for
accessing data,
software,
computing
services, and
equipment specific
to the needs of a
science or
engineering
disciplineScience Gateways!
9
10
It’s a
Science
Gateway
It’s a
Research
Portal
It’s a
Collaboratory
It’s a
Cyber-
infrastructure
It’s
a Virtual
Research
Environment
It’s a
Virtual
Lab
Technologies
•  Widely used complete frameworks (Galaxy, HUBzero, Open Science
Framework, Globus etc.)
•  RESTful APIs and support of multiple programming languages in widely
used frameworks (Apache Airavata, the Agave platform, etc.)
•  Reused interface implementations such as the one of CIPRES with its
RESTful API (CIPRES has served more than 20,000 users to date)
•  Science gateways as a service with provision of hardware in the
background such as SciGap (Science Gateway Platform as a Service)
Lessons learned: approaches should be technology agnostic, using
APIs and standard web technologies OR deliver a complete solution
Community Engagement is key
HUBzero users world wide
Technologies User	Interface			
Layer	
HPC	Facili4es	
Services	Layer	
Workflow
management
Data
management
Storage
Grid and
Cloud
services
Metadata
services
Applica4on	
Layer
Large Infrastructure Projects
Large Infrastructure Projects
•  MARVL
•  HuNI
•  CVL
•  ENDOVL
•  ASVO
•  Industrial Ecology (IE) VL
•  Alveo
•  VGL
•  BCCVL
•  VHIRL
•  GVL
Large Infrastructure Projects
Large Infrastructure Projects
16
•  2004 TeraGrid project director Rick Stevens recognized
growth in scientific portal development and proposed the
Science Gateway Program
•  Followed up by XSEDE’s Science Gateway Program
All users
Gateways
Login
Gateway
users are
77% of
active
XSEDE
users in
Q4 2016
Many Successful Groups/Centers at
Universities
Benefits
•  Great visibility for the institution’s
research activities
•  Synergy between projects
•  Shared resources, costs and expertise
across departments
•  Lower learning curves
•  Expertise that is otherwise difficult for
individual projects to obtain
•  Ability to retain top-quality research
computing support by providing
interesting projects
Examples for success stories:
•  Center for Research
Computing at the
University of Notre Dame
•  HUBzero Team at the
Purdue University
•  Science Gateways
Research Center at the
Indiana University
•  Science Gateway Group at
TACC (University of Texas,
Austin)
Funding Bodies
Funding bodies such as NSF and NIH mention science
gateways direct in solicitations and roadmaps!
https://dibbs17.org/
report/Presentations/
KeynoteQualters.pdf
Science Gateways Survey 2014
19
•  29,000-person survey
•  4957 responses from across domains
Respondents’
domains
•  52% from life, physical or
mathematical sciences
•  32% from computer and
information sciences or
engineering
Areas of software
development
!
Science Gateways Community Institute -
Conceptualization
20
What services
would be helpful?
Proposed Service % Interest
Evaluation, impact analysis, website analytics 72%
Adapting technologies 67%
Web/visual/graphic design 67%
Choosing technologies 66%
Usability Services 66%
Visualization 65%
Developing open-source software 64%
Support for education 64%
Community engagement mechanisms 62%
Keeping your project running 62%
Legal perspectives 61%
Managing data 60%
Computational resources 59%
Mobile technology 59%
Database structure, optimization, and query
expertise
59%
Data mining and analysis 58%
Cybersecurity consultation 57%
Website construction 57%
Software engineering process consultation 53%
Source code review and/or audit 51%
High-bandwidth networks 45%
Scientific instruments or data streams 44%
Management aspects of a project 38%
•  45% develop data collections
•  44% develop data analysis
tools
•  88% felt Web-based applications
were important to their work
Science Gateways Survey 2014
21
34% 36%
20%
17%
31%
26%
42%
16%
30%
18%
45% 44%
14% 15%
0%
5%
10%
15%
20%
25%
30%
35%
40%
45%
50%
Usability
Consultant
Graphic
Designer
Community
Liaison/
Evangelist
Project
Manager
Professional
Software
Developer
Security
Expert
Quality
Assurance
and	Testing
Expert
Wished	we	had	this
Yes,	we	had	this
Well-designed gateways require a variety of
expertise
Science Gateways Community Institute
•  Funded from 1 Aug 2016 –
31 Jul 2021 by NSF
•  Diverse expertise on demand
•  Longer term support
engagements
•  Software and visibility for
gateways
•  Information exchange in a
community environment
•  Student opportunities and
more stable career paths
help@sciencegateways.org
http://sciencegateways.org/
Science Gateways Community Institute
•  International
Collaborations
help@sciencegateways.org
http://sciencegateways.org/
Incubator Service
24
Technology
Planning
•  Choosing technologies
•  Cybersecurity
•  Software engineering
•  Interfaces to compute and
data
•  Business model development
•  Financial planning
•  Project management
•  Software licensing
•  Staff and sustainability
planning
Business Planning
Specialized Expertise
Security
• Center for Trustworthy Scientific
Cyberinfrastructure
Sustainability
• Nancy Maron, creator of the ITHAKA
S+R course on Sustaining Digital
Resources
Evaluation & Impact Measurement
• Ann Zimmerman Consulting
Campus Resource Development
Client Interaction
Planning
•  Usability studies
•  Web/visual/graphic design
•  Impact measurement
•  Community engagement
•  Support for education
Common Experiences
•  Training sessions
•  Group interactions
Continuing Engagement
•  Customized structure, content, goals
•  Mentoring
•  Pay It Forward
A Framework for Decision Making
Network / Cohort Formation
An Ongoing
Dispassionate Ear
Bootcamp at a
Glance
25
•  5 full days
•  Knowledge
dissemination
•  Interactivity
•  Community
formation
•  Putting away the
normal daily
routine
•  Homework
COURSE PLAN
Introductions
Course Outline
and Goals
The “Napkin”
Drawing
Defining Your
Value
Proposition
26
Your Audience(s)
and Stakeholders
Mapping the
landscape
Going beyond
your initial
market
Technology,
Open Source
User Centered
Design
Goal Setting
Budgeting
Cybersecurity
On-Campus
Support
Funding
Models
Marketing &
Outreach
Outreach
Your
Sustainability
Model – Making
Your Case
Impact
Measurement
Case Study
Next Steps
Closing
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
Bootcamps
27
•  twice per year
•  additional ones can be booked (travel expenses
for presenters)
•  adapted to feedback
Bootcamp 1 Bootcamp 2
Feedback to the Bootcamps
28
Bootcamp 1 Bootcamp 2
Feedback to the Bootcamps
29
Bootcamp 1 Bootcamp 2
Feedback to the Bootcamps
30
"The Science Gateways Bootcamp
is useful to people involved at any
stage of their science gateway
project, and in any role. Their
experts have you consider all
aspects of sustainability, from
understanding your unique value
proposition and audience, through
to best practices and standards in
software development. They
cultivate a lively, active, hands-on
environment. A great experience
overall.”
Steve Androulakis
Manager — Community Platforms,
NeCTAR.org.au, ANDS.org.au, RDS.org.au
(now at Amazon)
"The SGCI Bootcamp has fundamentally
altered, in a constructive way, my view
toward developing and implementing the
projects on which I work. The work during
the week helped me to generate a new
approach to the gateway on which I'm
working that has much greater potential to
be successful, and I intend to apply the
ideas and concepts from the Bootcamp to
all project phases, from idea to
implementation.”
Christopher Lenhardt
Domain Scientist for Environmental Data Science &
Systems, RENCI Data Observatory
Risk Analytics Discovery Environment (RADE) gateway
https://sciencegateways.org/-/reflections-from-the-inaugural-science-gateways-bootcamp-in-april-2017
On-Campus Teams - Opportunities
•  A breadth of interesting topics in the science
gateway creation process
•  Novel frameworks and web applications
•  Inter- and multidisciplinary work
•  Contributing to grand challenges, e.g., Malaria
eradication
•  …
•  A breadth of interesting roles
•  Designers, statisticians, librarians, machine learning
experts, usability experts,…
31
On-Campus Teams - Challenges
•  Some topics and roles are
only needed for part of the
project
⇒ Not fully funded positions
via one project
⇒ For diverse expertise,
several different people
are needed
32
Sustainability via On-Campus Teams
33
0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80%
90%
100%
Typical
Research
Team
Extended
Research
Team
Shared On-
Campus
Team
Q&A Expert
Security Expert
Usability Expert
Graphic Designer
Professional Software
Developer
Postdoc
PhD Student
Potential salary cost distribution
Sustainability via On-Campus Teams
34
0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80%
90%
100%
Typical
Research
Team
Extended
Research
Team
Shared On-
Campus
Team
Q&A Expert
Security Expert
Usability Expert
Graphic Designer
Professional Software
Developer
Postdoc
PhD Student
Potential salary cost distribution
Increase of
quality of
application
and
efficiency of
software
development
Sustainability via On-Campus Teams
35
0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80%
90%
100%
Typical
Research
Team
Extended
Research
Team
Shared On-
Campus
Team
Q&A Expert
Security Expert
Usability Expert
Graphic Designer
Professional Software
Developer
Postdoc
PhD Student
Potential salary cost distribution
Increased
possibility of
research
team to focus
on research
Sustainability via On-Campus Teams
•  Great visibility for the institution’s research
activities
•  Synergy effects between projects
•  Shared resources, costs and expertise across
departments
•  Lower learning curves
•  Expertise that is otherwise difficult for individual
projects to obtain
•  Ability to retain top-quality research computing
support by providing interesting projects
36
Scientific Software Collaborative
37
End-to-End
Solutions
•  Serve a diverse set of scientific
domains
•  Out-of-the-box gateway solution that
can be customized
•  Based on Docker – executable
images that are the skeleton for a
secure and functioning gateway
•  Portable and reproducible
•  Community-contributed •  API integration
•  Variety of services
•  Information
•  Security
•  Execution
•  Data
•  Event
•  Accounting
•  Hosting opportunity
“Use-what-you-
need”
Gateway Discovery
•  Open registry
•  Promotes use of existing science
gateways
•  Community-contributed
•  Admin approval
•  Automated cleanup
Software Integration &
Community Contribution
•  Docking mechanisms for community-
contributed software, including NSF
SI2
•  Incorporate community standards
Engage Other Areas of
Institute
•  Support projects leverage
Collaborative components
•  Framework evolves as a result of
gateway engagements
•  Community outreach
Software
Marketplace
for Science
Gateways
Scientific Software Collaborative
38
Gateway Catalog
39
Gateway Catalog
40
Community Engagement and Exchange
41
Website Activities
•  Discussion forums
•  Gateway showcase with case
studies
•  Monthly webinar series
•  Newsletters with1,300
subscribers
•  News: media coverage,
related happenings, academic
publications, job openings,
events calendar
•  Curated blog with guest
authors
•  Professional development:
synchronous and
asynchronous training
•  Capture client/user feedback
on web and through other
areas
•  Tutorials and workshops
•  Paper presentations
•  Invited keynotes and panels
•  Interactive elements: Open
Space, poster session
•  Travel support for students and
campus IT staff
Builds on 10 years of
experience
with GCE and IWSG series
Annual Conference
Campus Gateway
Groups
•  Task force builds campus-based
expertise
•  Channel for scaling institute services
Outreach to Complementary
NSF Initiatives
•  NSF SI2 projects
•  Large NSF projects
•  Science and Technology Centers
•  Engineering Research Centers
•  MolSSI software institute collaboration
Science Gateways Events
•  2006: GCE (Gateway Computing Environment) workshop series started –
successful 10th anniversary in 2015
•  since 2009: European IWSG (International Workshop on Science
Gateways)
10th IWSG will take place 13-15 June 2018 in Edinburgh, UK
•  since 2015: Australian IWSG-A (International Workshop on Science
Gateways – Australia)
Was two weeks ago in Brisbane, Australia
•  2016: GCE extended to Gateways conference with 160 participants at the
first event
Gateways 2018 will take place 25-27 September in Austin, Texas, USA
International Coalition on
Science Gateways
Partners:
Science Gateways Community Institute
(USA)
NeCTAR (Australia)
NESI (New Zealand)
Sci-GaIA (Africa)
Academia Sinica Grid Computing
Center (Taiwan)
Software Sustainability Institute (UK)
VRE4E1C (Europe)
IWSG (Europe)
CANARIE (Canada)
Research Data Canada (Canada)
IEEE Technical Area on Science
Gateways (International)
RDA VRE-IG (International)
The International Coalition on
Science Gateways aims to
provide an international forum for
the science gateways community
to:
•  Provide leadership on future directions
for science gateways
•  Facilitate awareness and international,
regional and national developments in
science gateways
•  Identify and share best practice in the
field
http://www.icsciencegateways.org/
International Collaboration
•  Improving national competitiveness
•  Supporting less developed countries by developing science,
technology and innovation capabilities
•  Tackling global challenges such as climate change, health
issues and sustainable energy resources
•  Creating good and stable diplomatic relationships (and
indirectly ensuring international security)
•  Globalization is not new but more and more evident in
industrial research and the worldwide mobility of researchers
•  Smaller countries tend to collaborate internationally more
often than bigger ones
•  Publications with international partners are more cited than
publications with one author or a group of authors from one
country. http://www.eurosfaire.prd.fr/7pc/doc/
1266832886_drivers_of_international_cooperation_in_research.pdf
Next Steps
•  Collaboration, collaboration, collaboration…
•  Working groups
•  Integration of instruments with research infrastructures
•  Sustainable science gateways
•  Openly sharing of software and data - repositories
•  Advancing searchability of software and data
•  Reproducibility
•  Processing of data
•  Reports/recommendations to RIs and funding bodies on policies
Thanks for your attention!
help@sciencegateways.org
http://sciencegateways.org/
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SGCI - The Science Gateways Community Institute: International Collaboration on World-Wide Scale

  • 1. Award Number ACI-1547611 The Science Gateways Community Institute: International Collaboration on World-Wide Scale Sandra Gesing sandra.gesing@nd.edu 2 November 2017 Victoria University of Wellington, ECS, New Zealand
  • 2. 2 • In the middle of nowhere of northern Indiana (1.5 h from Chicago) • 4 undergraduate colleges • ~35 research institutes and centers • ~12,000 students University of Notre Dame
  • 4. Center for Research Computing • Software development and profiling • Cyberinfrastructure/science gateway development • Computational Scientist support • Collaborative research/ grant development • System administration/ prototype architectures • Computational resources: 25,000 cores+ • Storage resources: 3 PB • National resources (e.g., XSEDE) • ~40 researchers, research programmers, HPC specialists CRC and OIT building http://crc.nd.edu CRC HPC Center (old Union Stati
  • 5. 5 Data- and compute- intensive problems Research Infrastructures NO geographical boundaries Geographical boundaries
  • 6. Importance of Scientific Software In 2009 a survey was published with answers from 2000 researchers. •  91% answered that using scientific software is important for their own research •  84% answered that developing scientific software is important for their own research •  53.5% answered that they spend more time developing scientific software than they did 10 years ago •  38% spend at least one fifth of their time developing software J.E. Hannay et al., "How Do Scientists Develop and Use Scientific Software?", Proc. ICSE Workshop Software Eng. for Computational Science and Eng., pp. 1-8, 2009.
  • 7. State of the Art 7 Increased complexity of •  research questions •  hardware •  software •  instruments •  data volume •  data formats The need for end- to-end solutions for accessing data, software, computing services, and equipment specific to the needs of a science or engineering discipline
  • 8. Science Gateways 8 Increased complexity of •  research questions •  hardware •  software •  instruments •  data volume •  data formats The need for end- to-end solutions for accessing data, software, computing services, and equipment specific to the needs of a science or engineering disciplineScience Gateways!
  • 9. 9
  • 10. 10 It’s a Science Gateway It’s a Research Portal It’s a Collaboratory It’s a Cyber- infrastructure It’s a Virtual Research Environment It’s a Virtual Lab
  • 11. Technologies •  Widely used complete frameworks (Galaxy, HUBzero, Open Science Framework, Globus etc.) •  RESTful APIs and support of multiple programming languages in widely used frameworks (Apache Airavata, the Agave platform, etc.) •  Reused interface implementations such as the one of CIPRES with its RESTful API (CIPRES has served more than 20,000 users to date) •  Science gateways as a service with provision of hardware in the background such as SciGap (Science Gateway Platform as a Service) Lessons learned: approaches should be technology agnostic, using APIs and standard web technologies OR deliver a complete solution Community Engagement is key HUBzero users world wide
  • 14. Large Infrastructure Projects •  MARVL •  HuNI •  CVL •  ENDOVL •  ASVO •  Industrial Ecology (IE) VL •  Alveo •  VGL •  BCCVL •  VHIRL •  GVL
  • 16. Large Infrastructure Projects 16 •  2004 TeraGrid project director Rick Stevens recognized growth in scientific portal development and proposed the Science Gateway Program •  Followed up by XSEDE’s Science Gateway Program All users Gateways Login Gateway users are 77% of active XSEDE users in Q4 2016
  • 17. Many Successful Groups/Centers at Universities Benefits •  Great visibility for the institution’s research activities •  Synergy between projects •  Shared resources, costs and expertise across departments •  Lower learning curves •  Expertise that is otherwise difficult for individual projects to obtain •  Ability to retain top-quality research computing support by providing interesting projects Examples for success stories: •  Center for Research Computing at the University of Notre Dame •  HUBzero Team at the Purdue University •  Science Gateways Research Center at the Indiana University •  Science Gateway Group at TACC (University of Texas, Austin)
  • 18. Funding Bodies Funding bodies such as NSF and NIH mention science gateways direct in solicitations and roadmaps! https://dibbs17.org/ report/Presentations/ KeynoteQualters.pdf
  • 19. Science Gateways Survey 2014 19 •  29,000-person survey •  4957 responses from across domains Respondents’ domains •  52% from life, physical or mathematical sciences •  32% from computer and information sciences or engineering Areas of software development !
  • 20. Science Gateways Community Institute - Conceptualization 20 What services would be helpful? Proposed Service % Interest Evaluation, impact analysis, website analytics 72% Adapting technologies 67% Web/visual/graphic design 67% Choosing technologies 66% Usability Services 66% Visualization 65% Developing open-source software 64% Support for education 64% Community engagement mechanisms 62% Keeping your project running 62% Legal perspectives 61% Managing data 60% Computational resources 59% Mobile technology 59% Database structure, optimization, and query expertise 59% Data mining and analysis 58% Cybersecurity consultation 57% Website construction 57% Software engineering process consultation 53% Source code review and/or audit 51% High-bandwidth networks 45% Scientific instruments or data streams 44% Management aspects of a project 38% •  45% develop data collections •  44% develop data analysis tools •  88% felt Web-based applications were important to their work
  • 21. Science Gateways Survey 2014 21 34% 36% 20% 17% 31% 26% 42% 16% 30% 18% 45% 44% 14% 15% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 50% Usability Consultant Graphic Designer Community Liaison/ Evangelist Project Manager Professional Software Developer Security Expert Quality Assurance and Testing Expert Wished we had this Yes, we had this Well-designed gateways require a variety of expertise
  • 22. Science Gateways Community Institute •  Funded from 1 Aug 2016 – 31 Jul 2021 by NSF •  Diverse expertise on demand •  Longer term support engagements •  Software and visibility for gateways •  Information exchange in a community environment •  Student opportunities and more stable career paths help@sciencegateways.org http://sciencegateways.org/
  • 23. Science Gateways Community Institute •  International Collaborations help@sciencegateways.org http://sciencegateways.org/
  • 24. Incubator Service 24 Technology Planning •  Choosing technologies •  Cybersecurity •  Software engineering •  Interfaces to compute and data •  Business model development •  Financial planning •  Project management •  Software licensing •  Staff and sustainability planning Business Planning Specialized Expertise Security • Center for Trustworthy Scientific Cyberinfrastructure Sustainability • Nancy Maron, creator of the ITHAKA S+R course on Sustaining Digital Resources Evaluation & Impact Measurement • Ann Zimmerman Consulting Campus Resource Development Client Interaction Planning •  Usability studies •  Web/visual/graphic design •  Impact measurement •  Community engagement •  Support for education Common Experiences •  Training sessions •  Group interactions Continuing Engagement •  Customized structure, content, goals •  Mentoring •  Pay It Forward A Framework for Decision Making Network / Cohort Formation An Ongoing Dispassionate Ear
  • 25. Bootcamp at a Glance 25 •  5 full days •  Knowledge dissemination •  Interactivity •  Community formation •  Putting away the normal daily routine •  Homework
  • 26. COURSE PLAN Introductions Course Outline and Goals The “Napkin” Drawing Defining Your Value Proposition 26 Your Audience(s) and Stakeholders Mapping the landscape Going beyond your initial market Technology, Open Source User Centered Design Goal Setting Budgeting Cybersecurity On-Campus Support Funding Models Marketing & Outreach Outreach Your Sustainability Model – Making Your Case Impact Measurement Case Study Next Steps Closing MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
  • 27. Bootcamps 27 •  twice per year •  additional ones can be booked (travel expenses for presenters) •  adapted to feedback Bootcamp 1 Bootcamp 2
  • 28. Feedback to the Bootcamps 28 Bootcamp 1 Bootcamp 2
  • 29. Feedback to the Bootcamps 29 Bootcamp 1 Bootcamp 2
  • 30. Feedback to the Bootcamps 30 "The Science Gateways Bootcamp is useful to people involved at any stage of their science gateway project, and in any role. Their experts have you consider all aspects of sustainability, from understanding your unique value proposition and audience, through to best practices and standards in software development. They cultivate a lively, active, hands-on environment. A great experience overall.” Steve Androulakis Manager — Community Platforms, NeCTAR.org.au, ANDS.org.au, RDS.org.au (now at Amazon) "The SGCI Bootcamp has fundamentally altered, in a constructive way, my view toward developing and implementing the projects on which I work. The work during the week helped me to generate a new approach to the gateway on which I'm working that has much greater potential to be successful, and I intend to apply the ideas and concepts from the Bootcamp to all project phases, from idea to implementation.” Christopher Lenhardt Domain Scientist for Environmental Data Science & Systems, RENCI Data Observatory Risk Analytics Discovery Environment (RADE) gateway https://sciencegateways.org/-/reflections-from-the-inaugural-science-gateways-bootcamp-in-april-2017
  • 31. On-Campus Teams - Opportunities •  A breadth of interesting topics in the science gateway creation process •  Novel frameworks and web applications •  Inter- and multidisciplinary work •  Contributing to grand challenges, e.g., Malaria eradication •  … •  A breadth of interesting roles •  Designers, statisticians, librarians, machine learning experts, usability experts,… 31
  • 32. On-Campus Teams - Challenges •  Some topics and roles are only needed for part of the project ⇒ Not fully funded positions via one project ⇒ For diverse expertise, several different people are needed 32
  • 33. Sustainability via On-Campus Teams 33 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Typical Research Team Extended Research Team Shared On- Campus Team Q&A Expert Security Expert Usability Expert Graphic Designer Professional Software Developer Postdoc PhD Student Potential salary cost distribution
  • 34. Sustainability via On-Campus Teams 34 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Typical Research Team Extended Research Team Shared On- Campus Team Q&A Expert Security Expert Usability Expert Graphic Designer Professional Software Developer Postdoc PhD Student Potential salary cost distribution Increase of quality of application and efficiency of software development
  • 35. Sustainability via On-Campus Teams 35 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Typical Research Team Extended Research Team Shared On- Campus Team Q&A Expert Security Expert Usability Expert Graphic Designer Professional Software Developer Postdoc PhD Student Potential salary cost distribution Increased possibility of research team to focus on research
  • 36. Sustainability via On-Campus Teams •  Great visibility for the institution’s research activities •  Synergy effects between projects •  Shared resources, costs and expertise across departments •  Lower learning curves •  Expertise that is otherwise difficult for individual projects to obtain •  Ability to retain top-quality research computing support by providing interesting projects 36
  • 37. Scientific Software Collaborative 37 End-to-End Solutions •  Serve a diverse set of scientific domains •  Out-of-the-box gateway solution that can be customized •  Based on Docker – executable images that are the skeleton for a secure and functioning gateway •  Portable and reproducible •  Community-contributed •  API integration •  Variety of services •  Information •  Security •  Execution •  Data •  Event •  Accounting •  Hosting opportunity “Use-what-you- need” Gateway Discovery •  Open registry •  Promotes use of existing science gateways •  Community-contributed •  Admin approval •  Automated cleanup Software Integration & Community Contribution •  Docking mechanisms for community- contributed software, including NSF SI2 •  Incorporate community standards Engage Other Areas of Institute •  Support projects leverage Collaborative components •  Framework evolves as a result of gateway engagements •  Community outreach Software Marketplace for Science Gateways
  • 41. Community Engagement and Exchange 41 Website Activities •  Discussion forums •  Gateway showcase with case studies •  Monthly webinar series •  Newsletters with1,300 subscribers •  News: media coverage, related happenings, academic publications, job openings, events calendar •  Curated blog with guest authors •  Professional development: synchronous and asynchronous training •  Capture client/user feedback on web and through other areas •  Tutorials and workshops •  Paper presentations •  Invited keynotes and panels •  Interactive elements: Open Space, poster session •  Travel support for students and campus IT staff Builds on 10 years of experience with GCE and IWSG series Annual Conference Campus Gateway Groups •  Task force builds campus-based expertise •  Channel for scaling institute services Outreach to Complementary NSF Initiatives •  NSF SI2 projects •  Large NSF projects •  Science and Technology Centers •  Engineering Research Centers •  MolSSI software institute collaboration
  • 42. Science Gateways Events •  2006: GCE (Gateway Computing Environment) workshop series started – successful 10th anniversary in 2015 •  since 2009: European IWSG (International Workshop on Science Gateways) 10th IWSG will take place 13-15 June 2018 in Edinburgh, UK •  since 2015: Australian IWSG-A (International Workshop on Science Gateways – Australia) Was two weeks ago in Brisbane, Australia •  2016: GCE extended to Gateways conference with 160 participants at the first event Gateways 2018 will take place 25-27 September in Austin, Texas, USA
  • 43. International Coalition on Science Gateways Partners: Science Gateways Community Institute (USA) NeCTAR (Australia) NESI (New Zealand) Sci-GaIA (Africa) Academia Sinica Grid Computing Center (Taiwan) Software Sustainability Institute (UK) VRE4E1C (Europe) IWSG (Europe) CANARIE (Canada) Research Data Canada (Canada) IEEE Technical Area on Science Gateways (International) RDA VRE-IG (International) The International Coalition on Science Gateways aims to provide an international forum for the science gateways community to: •  Provide leadership on future directions for science gateways •  Facilitate awareness and international, regional and national developments in science gateways •  Identify and share best practice in the field http://www.icsciencegateways.org/
  • 44. International Collaboration •  Improving national competitiveness •  Supporting less developed countries by developing science, technology and innovation capabilities •  Tackling global challenges such as climate change, health issues and sustainable energy resources •  Creating good and stable diplomatic relationships (and indirectly ensuring international security) •  Globalization is not new but more and more evident in industrial research and the worldwide mobility of researchers •  Smaller countries tend to collaborate internationally more often than bigger ones •  Publications with international partners are more cited than publications with one author or a group of authors from one country. http://www.eurosfaire.prd.fr/7pc/doc/ 1266832886_drivers_of_international_cooperation_in_research.pdf
  • 45. Next Steps •  Collaboration, collaboration, collaboration… •  Working groups •  Integration of instruments with research infrastructures •  Sustainable science gateways •  Openly sharing of software and data - repositories •  Advancing searchability of software and data •  Reproducibility •  Processing of data •  Reports/recommendations to RIs and funding bodies on policies
  • 46. Thanks for your attention! help@sciencegateways.org http://sciencegateways.org/ 46