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HUBbub 2011

Presentations

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Day 1 - Morning Sessions
Opening Remarks, Michael McLennan, Purdue University, Director of the HUBzero Project
Cyberinfrastructure for Computation and Data-enabled Science & Engineering, Gabrielle Allen, NSF Office of Cyberinfrastructure
Cyberinfrastructure for HPC: High Performance Collaboration, Daniel Atkins, University of Michigan
Database Technology at the HUB: Interactive DataViews for Community Shared Data, Ann Christine Catlin, Purdue University
Exploring the Impact of nanoHUB.org on Research and Education, Gerhard Klimeck, George B. Adams III, Krishna P. C. Madhavan, Nathan Denny, Michael G. Zentner, Swaroop Shivarajapura, Lynn K. Zentner, Diane L. Beaudoin, and Mehdi Salmani-Jelodar Network for Computational Nanotechnology, Purdue University
What Next for Public Research Universities?, Tim Sands, Purdue University
Integrating Modeling Tools with a Shared Data Architecture on the HUBzero Platform, Anna Alber, Timothy Wright, Notre Dame
Enhancing hub technology for education, outreach and training efforts, Jason Lambert, Purdue University
Groups, More than Just Collaboration, Chris Smoak, Purdue University
Day 1 - Afternoon Tutorials
  1. Using HUBzero to Support Scientific Projects (part 1)
  2. Configuring and Managing Your Hub (part 1)
  3. Creating and Deploying Scientific Tools (part 1)
Day 2 - Morning Sessions
Atlas of Science: Envisioning Scholarly Data, Katy Borner, Indiana University
Open Notebook Science: Does Transparency Work?, Jean-Claude Bradley, Drexel University
Cyberinfrastructure for Regenerative Personalized Medicine: The Vision and Challenges, Sangtae Kim, Morgridge Institute, University of Wisconsin at Madison
HUBcheck - check the hub, Derrick Kearney, Purdue University
Applications for Interactive Behavior Exploration, Michael Zentner, Nathan Denny, Gerhard Klimeck, Ken Musselman, George Bunch Adams III
HUBzero Roadmap and Community Feedback, George Adams, Michael McLennan, Purdue University
Research Support at Purdue University, Gerry McCartney, Purdue University, VP of Information Technology & CIO
Day 2 - Afternoon Tutorials
  1. Using HUBzero to Support Scientific Projects (part 2)
  2. Configuring and Managing Your Hub (part 2)
  3. Creating and Deploying Scientific Tools (part 2)
  4. Advanced Topics

HUBbub 2010

Presentations

Full conference details

Day 1
Welcome, Michael McLennan, Purdue University, HUBzero Director
Opening Remarks, Rajinder Khosla, NSF Program Director NCN and ECCS
From nanoHUB to HUBzero, Mark Lundstrom, Purdue University, NCN, nanoHUB
A Cyberinfrastructure Framework for 21st Century Science and Engineering, Jen Schopf, NSF Office of Cyberinfrastructure
Hub Owner Experiences (15 min each, with 30 min panel discussion)
HUBzero overview, Michael McLennan, Purdue University, HUBzero Director
Breakout sessions
  1. Setting up a new hub and hub management
    - Hub Management - using the admin interface, editing "about" pages, configuring modules
    - Hub Management - new user registration, privileges, member/group management
    - Hub Management - approving resources, handling abuse reports, resolving tickets
  2. Creating and publishing scientific tools
    - Using Workspaces to Develop Tools
    - Introducing the Rappture Toolkit
    - Integrating Rappture Into Your Code
  3. Extending hub functionality through PHP/web programming
    - Overview of Joomla! Framework and Organization of Files
    - Creating New Modules for Dynamic Content
    - Site Template Design
Day 2
Technology Stewardship: Listening, Interacting and Leading, John Smith, co-author of Digital Habitats
Biomedical Research-Novel Interactions Required, Elaine Collier, National Center for Research Resources, NIH
HUBzero Roadmap and Community Feedback, George Adams and HUBbub Attendees
Closing Remarks, Gerry McCartney, Purdue University, VP of Information Technology & CIO
Breakout sessions
  1. Setting up a new hub and hub management
    - Installing the HUBzero Software Stack
    - Setting up Middleware
    - Configuring the "submit" Command for Grid Access
    - Processing Usage Metrics
  2. Creating and publishing scientific tools
    - More Rappture Objects
    - Advanced Rappture Concepts
    - Uploading and Publishing New Tools
  3. Extending hub functionality through PHP/web programming
    - Creating New Components (Part 1)
    - Creating New Components (Part 2)
    - Plug-ins and Ajax

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