How to Cite HUBzero
Here are some publications that describe various aspects of the HUBzero® platform:
Best overall description of HUBzero:
Good overview of nanoHUB.org (the original Hub) along with applications to education and a mention of other Hubs supported by HUBzero:
K. Madhavan, M. Zentner, G. Klimeck, "Learning and research in the cloud," Nature Nanotechnology 8, 786–789 (2013) doi:10.1038/nnano.2013.231.
G. Klimeck, M. McLennan, S.P. Brophy, G.B. Adams III, M.S. Lundstrom, "nanoHUB.org: Advancing Education and Research in Nanotechnology," Computing in Science and Engineering, 10(5), pp. 17-23, September/October, 2008.
Description of database facilities and data publication:
T. Wang, K. Alston, C. Wassgren, A. C. Catlin, S. R. Fernando, S. Fernando, L. Mockus, P. Basu, and S. Hoag, “The Creation of an Excipient Properties Database to Support Quality by Design (QbD) Formulation Development” Am. Pharm. Rev. 16(4):16-25, 2013.
A. Hortacsu, S. Pujol, A.C. Catlin, “Development of a Database for Ground Motion and Building Performance Data, 15th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Lisboa, Portugal, September 24-28, 2012.
T. Hacker, R. Eigenmann, S. Bagchi, A. Infanoglu, S. Pujol, A. Catlin, E. Rathje, “Developing an Effective Cyberinfrastructure for Earthquake Engineering: The NEEShub”, Computing in Science and Engineering, pp. 67-75, July/August 2011.
I. Srivastava, T. Fisher, A.C. Catlin, et. al. “Online Thermal Properties Database for Structure- Property Correlated Materials”, Proceedings of the ASME 2011 International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition IMECE2011, Denver, Colorado, USA, November 11-17, 2011.
K. Kuriyan, A. C. Catlin, G. Reklaitis. pharmaHUB: Building a Virtual Organization for Pharmaceutical Engineering and Science. Journal of Pharmaceutical Innovation, Volume 4, Number 2, pp. 81-89, 2009.
Description of "submit" command and support for high-performance computing:
Description of volume visualization capability and the rendering farm: