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Using HUBzero to Support Scientific Projects (Part 2)



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HUBzero supports more than 25 hubs in a wide range of disciplines including nanotechnology, cancer care, bio-fuels, battery technology for electric vehicles, earthquake engineering, volcanic activity, pharmaceutical engineering, microelectromechanical systems, environmental modeling, and heat transfer applications, to name a few. This tutorial will explore some of those use cases and illustrate the different collaboration models that HUBzero supports.

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In This Series

  1. Adapting HUBzero for the Arts and Humanities

    11 Apr 2011 | Seminars | Contributor(s): Bruce Barton

    Author: Bruce BartonProject Bamboo is a multi-institutional effort to develop and deploy rich computing platforms and services for conducting collaborative research in the arts and humanities.Two HUBzero Consortium members, the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Indiana University, are...

  2. cceHUB: An Environment for Collaborative Cancer Care Research

    07 Apr 2011 | Seminars | Contributor(s): Ann Christine Catlin

    cceHUB supports collaboration and community resource sharing for Cancer Care Engineering, a research project that links clinical teams at IU Simon Cancer Center with science laboratories and statisticians at Purdue and Indiana Universities. The cceHUB environment encompasses major elements of...

  3. CatalyzeCare: Transforming Healthcare Delivery Through Communities

    07 Apr 2011 | Seminars | Contributor(s): Pamela L Morris, Amira Zamin

    Authors: Pamela Morris, Amira ZaminThe purpose of CatalyzeCare is to provide a cyberinfrastructure for online collaboration that aims to improve and transform healthcare delivery. The site, funded by the Regenstrief Center for Healthcare Engineering, seeks to initially provide a free and open...

  4. Indiana CTSI

    07 Apr 2011 | Seminars | Contributor(s): William K Barnett

    The Indiana CTSI HUB represents a somewhat unique use case in HUBzero deployments. An institutional virtual organization, it represents an attempt to link Indiana University, Indiana University School of Medicine, Purdue University, and the University of Notre Dame in a statewide effort to...

  5. Exposing HUB Objects for Aggregation Using OAI-ORE and Linked Data

    07 Apr 2011 | Seminars | Contributor(s): Michael Witt, Aswathy Sivaram

    Authors: Michael Witt, Aswathy SivaramThe Open Archives Initiative Object Reuse and Exchange (ORE) defines a standard for the description and exchange of aggregations of Web resources. Work is currently underway to develop an OAI-ORE implementation for HUBzero as part of the Open Parks Grid,...

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