The Global Research Platform

SC19 Global Research Platform (GRP) Birds of a Feather (BOF) meeting

For those attending SC19 in Denver, Colorado, we will hold the "Global Research Platform (GRP): Creating Worldwide Advanced Services and Infrastructure for Science” Birds of a Feather (BOF) meeting:

International scientific initiatives collaborate on building, accessing and analyzing data from one-of-a-kind advanced instruments in unique locations around the globe, connected to remote computational, data storage, and visualization systems at speeds of gigabits and terabits per second. The Global Research Platform (GRP) focuses on the design, implementation, and operation strategies for next-generation distributed services and network infrastructure, on a global scale, to facilitate data transfer and accessibility. GRP BoF presentations and discussions address global science drivers and their requirements and describe emerging Research Platforms worldwide that are developing and customizing data fabrics and distributed cyberinfrastructure to support data-intensive scientific workflows.

To see demonstrations relevant to GRP, visit us at the StarLight research booth on the exhibition floor from Tuesday-Thursday, Booth #993. 

See you at SC19!

  • Maxine Brown
  • Electronic Visualization Laboratory (EVL)
  • University of Illinois at Chicago
  • maxine@uic.edu

REGISTRATION OPEN!

Global Research Platform Workshop:
Creating Worldwide Advanced Services and Infrastructure for Science 

University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA, USA
Qualcomm Institute-Calit2 | Atkinson Hall
September 17-18, 2019

Registration is now open for the Global Research Platform (GRP) Workshop, to be held 17-18 September 2019 at University of California San Diego. The website provides detailed information on the program, the venue and hotels in the vicinity. Registration is US $200 through August 15, 2019, and is US $300 starting August 16. The GRP Workshop has a number of informed keynote talks and panel sessions to stimulate discussions among attendees on a variety of topics, including application drivers, cyberinfrastructure, distributed data fabrics, data movement services, programmable networking, next-generation optical networking developments, and introductions to some of the evolving research platform initiatives taking place worldwide. The goal of this Workshop is to bring together network researchers, engineers and managers as well as application scientists to share best practices and advance the state of the art.

Register at http://grp-workshop-2019.ucsd.edu/