ARCC Workshop

The Advanced Research Computing on Campuses (ARCC) workshop was co-located at PEARC17 this July in New Orleans with the aim to begin the process of more broadly integrating with the on-going PEARC annual conference. To minimize disruption and overlap with the standard program, the ARCC at PEARC involved a full-day tutorial on Monday, July 10, 2017 and then a single parallel session alongside the four other parallel sessions in the technical program on Tuesday and Wednesday, July 11-12, 2017 with shared plenaries, breaks, meals and other activities.

 The tutorial titled “ARCC Tutorial: Enabling and Advancing Research Computing on Campuses” aimed to provide a broad overview of research computing on campuses including evolving trends in cyberinfrastructure, computing, and people resources on campuses. This open tutorial is intended for those people charged with supporting their campuses research communities in the use of Cyberinfrastructure. This would include CIOs, research computing directors, and managers, CI Engineers, research facilitators, Sponsored Research Office personnel, center directors, interested researchers interested in learning more about maintaining, advocating for, and enabling strong research computing resources and enhancing support on your campus. The tutorial also covered established and operating Science DMZs and also preparation and submission of campus CI plans and CI related proposals.    https://www.pearc.org/program    

 The parallel ARCC session on Tuesday and Wednesday represented a series of selected lightening talks in four different areas. 

 Tuesday 11-12:30: Cloud, containers and related topics.

Tuesday 1:30-3: Facilitation topics and lightning talks by Campus Champion Fellows.

Tuesday 4-5: Pending and open BoF on Facilitation.

 Wednesday 11-12:30: IAM, security and related topics.

Wednesday 1:30-3: Advanced systems, technology, storage and network topics.

Wednesday 4-5: Pending and open BoF on the Campus Research Computing consortium (CaRC)

SPAN Workshop

The Southern Partnership in Advanced Networking (SPAN) is a partnership between South Carolina State University, Clemson University, Georgia State University and the University of Georgia offering a workshop specific to HBCUs to facilitate discussions on topics such as network design, network tools and performance, development of campus Cyberinfrastructure plans, best practices in supporting researchers, high-performance computing, and promoting familiarity with advanced computing resources at the regional and national level.

 

 

AGENDA

MAY 18-19, 2017


SOUTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY

NEW ENGINEERING BUILDING
300 COLLEGE STREET NE, ORANGEBURG, SC 29117

DAY 1
TIME SESSION PRESENTER
8:00AM REGISTRATION
Room: Engineering Auditorium

BREAKFAST 
Student Center: Garnet and Silk Room

Welcome & Opening Remarks – Room: Engineering Auditorium
8:30 AM Welcome/Opening Remarks/Goals Jim Bottum: Clemson & Internet2
Damian Clarke: SCSU
8:45 AM Roundtable Introductions. What would you like to get from this? Jim Bottum
9:10 AM South Carolina State University – Welcome SCSU President
James E. Clark
Cyberinfrastructure –
Room: Engineering Auditorium
9:15 AM Building Campus Cyberinfrastructure and Accessing National Resources Rob Gardner,
U Chicago, Open Science Grid: High Throughput Computation

Linda Akli and Dana Brunson,
XSEDE

10:15 AM BREAK
Advance Networking / Infrastructure –
Room: Engineering Auditorium
10:30 AM Science DMZ; Internet2; AL2S/SDN Matt Zekauskas,
Internet2
11:00 AM Best Practices Supporting Research on Campuses and Virtually Guy Cormier,
U of Georgia
Gregori Faroux,
Georgia State University
Charley Kneifel,
Duke University
Dana Brunson,
Oklahoma State U XSEDE Campus Champions

Moderator
Jim ButtUm

NOON LUNCH
Student Center: Garnet and Silk Room
Emerging Options for Research Computing –
Room: Engineering Auditorium
1:30 PM CloudyCluster: Building HPC in the Cloud Boyd Wilson,
Omnibond
2:00 PM JetStream: NSF-funded Cloud resource George Wm Turner,
Indiana University
2:30 PM Regional Networks, SoX Cas D’Angelo,
Georgia Tech
3:00 PM BREAK
The Human Factor in Research Support –
Room: Engineering Auditorium
3:30 PM End user support / People helping people Ashwin Srinath
Clemson Software Carpentry (HPC Facilitation)
Supporting Computer Science – Room: Engineering Auditorium
4:00 PM GENI, NSF Cloud Professor KC Wang,
Clemson
Identity Management –
Room: Engineering Auditorium
4:30 PM IP v6
Identity Management Integration
inCommon Federation Global Federated System
Matt Zekauskas

Craig Baker,
Clemson

5:00 PM Wrap Up, Q&A
6:30 PM RECEPTION
PRESIDENT’S STATE ROOM
DAY 2
TIME SESSION PRESENTER
8:00AM BREAKFAST
Student Center: Garnet and Silk Room
CyberSecurity –Room: Engineering Auditorium
8:30 AM CyberSecurity for CyberInfrastructure (CI) researchers and the CI professional supporting them. Von Welch,
NSF Center of
Excellence in Cybersecurity
9:30 AM BREAK
9:45 AM Cybersecurity for CI campus information security professionals.

 

 

Von Welch,
NSF Center of
Excellence in Cybersecurity
Faculty Perspective on Supporting Research –
Room: Engineering Auditorium
10:45 AM Best Practices for Supporting & Partnering with Faculty Faculty Panel
Dana Brunson,
Oklahoma State
KC Wang,
Clemson
Jim Bottum,
Clemson

Moderator
Damian Clarke, SCSU

11:30 AM Wrap Up, Q&A, Information on Tutorials
NOON LUNCH
Student Center: Garnet and Silk Room
Workshops
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM perfSONAR – Room 101 Matt Zekauskas: Internet2
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Grant writing – Room 102 Dustin Atkins: Clemson

 

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