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      2014/09/11
    CC-IIE Grant Roundup
    Last Changed by Kate Adams, Sep 11, 2014 15:13

    There have been several CC*IIE grants awarded in our region lately.  Here is a list of all awarded CC*IIE grants from July 1, 2014 to today (September 11, 2014).

    Arkansas

    Name of Grant: CC*IIE Networking Infrastructure: Capacity and Capability Network Enhancements to Support Data-Driven Research at the University of Arkansas
    University: University of Arkansas
    PI(s): Rick McMullen, David Merrifield, David Bruce

    Kansas

    Name of Grant: CC-IIE Networking Infrastructure: KGEN: Next-generation networking environments for biological and agricultural data-driven research at Kansas State University
    University: Kansas State University
    PI(s): Daniel Andresen, Jesse Poland, Stephen Welch, Eduard Akhunov, Susan Brown

    Name of Grant: CC*IIE Region: Leveraging Partnerships Across the Great Plains to Build Advanced Networking and CI Expertise
    University: Kansas State University
    PI(s): Greg Monaco, Cortney Buffington, James Deaton, Claude Garelik

    Missouri

    Name of Grant: CC*IIE Engineer: Exploration of Roles and Tools to Fulfill Diverse Researcher Needs in Collaborative Environments
    University: University of Missouri-Columbia
    PI(s): Prasad Calyam, Timothy Middelkoop

    Oklahoma

    Name of Grant: CC*IIE Engineer: A Model for Advanced Cyberinfrastructure Research and Education Facilitators
    University: University of Oklahoma Norman Campus
    PI(s): Henry Neeman, Amy McGovern, Horst Severini, Tian-You Yu, Keith Brewster

    South Dakota

    Name of Grant: CC*IIE Networking Infrastructure: Science DMZ for Campus Bridging and Computationally Assisted Research
    University: University of South Dakota Main Campus
    PI(s): Cheryl Tiahrt, Christina Keller

    Name of Grant: CC*IIE Networking Infrastructure: Building a Science DMZ and Enhancing Science Data Movement to Support Data Intensive Computational Research at South Dakota State University
    University: South Dakota State University
    PI(s): Michael Adelaine

    Posted at Sep 11, 2014 by Kate Adams 0 Comments
      2014/09/05
    U of MO Position, Database Programmer Analyst
    Last Changed by Kate Adams, Sep 05, 2014 11:21

     From Tim Middelkoop (middelkoopt@missouri.edu) of University of Missouri-Columbia.

    POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Database Programmer Analyst University of Missouri-Columbia

    We are seeking an individual to support computing resources and develop solutions to provide various statewide user groups access to data and other cyberinfrastructure deliverables of the Missouri Transect, a new five-year project supported by the National Science Foundation's Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR).

    Over 30 investigators from nine institutions across the state are collaborating to investigate the impact of climate variability on urban and rural communities, plant productivity and natural ecosystems.

    The research and education activities are focused on understanding, modeling, and predicting short- and long-term trends in temperature and water availability; evaluating the impact of these trends on the productivity of native flora and agricultural crops; and assessing how different stakeholder communities are likely to respond to changing climate.

    The Missouri Transect will also support workforce development in three areas: undergraduate and graduate education; bioinformatics training for women, minorities and people with disabilities; and job training.

    The Database Programmer Analyst will work with a cyberinfrastructure team that includes researchers at the University of Missouri-Columbia, Washington University and the Danforth Plant Science Center, to develop computational tools and resources to support the entire Missouri Transect project.

    The team will focus on big data analytics to model high resolution climate, remote sensing, plant phenotype, imaging and genomics data.

    The computational resources will also be used to train students and researchers to creatively explore massive biological and environmental datasets, and to support outreach activities that inform the general public about climate variability and its predicted effects on agriculture and the environment.

    Responsibilities of the DB Programmer Analyst include:

    1) designing and developing web applications for access to Missouri Transect data, analytical tools and educational resources,

    2) developing applications and standard operating procedures for research data submission and curation,

    3) working with researchers to manage data,

    4) implementing and maintaining an administrative reporting system,

    5) developing tutorials and documentation for various user groups,

    6) supporting course development and user training of CI solutions in conjunction with the principal investigators,

    7) performing Linux system user administration and application
    support.

    Qualifications:

    Required: A bachelor's degree and at least three years of relevant employment experience, including web design, web application
    development and Linux system administration; excellent communication skills; experience with Linux, HTML5, Drupal, CSS,
    MySQL/PostgreSQL, PHP or other web language.

    Preferred: Experience with LDAP, Linux security, MatLab, R and C programming.

    For more information about the Missouri Transect:

    http://munews.missouri.edu/news-releases/2014/0805-missouri-research-consortium-receives-20-million-grant-from-national-science-foundation-to-study-impacts-of-climate-variability

    http://coas.missouri.edu/news/2014/transect-grant.shtml

    To apply online:

    See Job ID 14240 "DB Programmer Analyst" on the University of Missouri Human Resources website:

    https://myhr.umsystem.edu/psp/tamext/COLUM/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=14240&SiteId=6&PostingSeq=1

    Posted at Sep 05, 2014 by Kate Adams 0 Comments
      2014/09/03
    GPN's SC14 Booth
    Last Changed by Kate Adams, Sep 05, 2014 11:51

    GPN will have am exhibitor booth at SC14 for the second year in a row.  We are very excited to announce those who will have displays in our booth: the University of Missouri, the University of Arkansas/AHPCC, OneOklahoma Cyberinfrastructure Initiative (OneOCII), and the University of Kansas.  We are in the process of finalizing our booth design with a New Orleans design firm.

    There are two possible designs for this year's booth:

       

    SC14 is in New Orleans November 16-21.  It is a major supercomputing conference in the US.

    Posted at Sep 03, 2014 by Kate Adams 0 Comments
      2014/08/29
    MST's RTD2014 Update
    Last Changed by Kate Adams, Aug 29, 2014 10:08

    Here's more information about an upcoming event in Rolla, MO.  The past two years were very informative and a great opportunity for networking and meeting new people!

    RTD2014: Bigger. Better. Further. Faster.

    Missouri S&T will be holding their fourth annual Research and Technology Development (RTD2014) conference on 15/16 September.

    This conference is oriented at professional networking and also providing useful information about specific technology areas that you may find beneficial. 

    This year at RTD2014, information will be provided in the areas of computational science (University of Oklahoma and University of Nebraska), Additive Manufacturing, (University of Louisville and Missouri S&T) and Large Scale Visualization (Indiana University and University of Texas).  You can learn more at the RTD2014 web site:  https://rtd2014.mst.edu

    In addition, the RTD street party is a networking event not to be missed (Monday night).  In keeping with S&T interests, there will be catered BBQ (from various vendors across Missouri), music, and a fireworks show by the S&T explosives experts.

    Keynote speakers this year include (Monday) Wesley Chun, from Google (https://rtd2014.mst.edu/Bios/ ), and (Tuesday) Mark Suskin, PhD, from the NSF Division of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure (https://rtd2014.mst.edu/Bios/ )

    There are also hands-on workshops and sessions to meet S&T faculty and Birds of a Feather sessions (which you can host if you wish)

    Posted at Aug 29, 2014 by Kate Adams 0 Comments
      2014/08/27
    Oklahoma Supercomputing Symposium Sep 24
    Last Changed by Kate Adams, Aug 27, 2014 12:42

    FREE FREE FREE OKLAHOMA SUPERCOMPUTING SYMPOSIUM 2014

    From Henry Neeman:

    Wed Sep 24 2014 8:00am-5:00pm (registration and breakfast 7:30am)
    FREE Reception/poster session Tue Sep 23 2014 5:30-7:00pm
    University of Oklahoma Norman campus
    http://symposium2014.oscer.ou.edu/

    Visit our Facebook event!
    https://www.facebook.com/events/323499794471796/http://symposium2014.oscer.ou.edu/

    KEYNOTE: Irene Qualters
    Division Director, Advanced Cyberinfrastructure Division Computer and Information Science and Engineering Directorate National Science Foundation

    We'd be delighted to have you participate. It's a great way to learn what's happening on the advanced computing side of your research and teaching areas.

    And, if you know of students -- graduate, undergraduate, community college, career tech, high school -- who are interested in these areas, this is a great opportunity to introduce them to conferences, especially because it's FREE.

    Also, if you know of colleagues who might be interested, please invited them!

    We'll also have a vendor exposition, where you'll have an opportunity to learn about existing and emerging supercomputing technologies.

    Over the past decade, we've had over 3000 attendees from 106 academic institutions from 27 US states and territories, 129 private companies, 36 government agencies (federal, state, municipal, foreign) and 19 non-governmental organizations.

    The 2013 Symposium had 263 attendees, from 29 academic institutions in 10 states and one other country, 25 private companies, 9 government agencies and 5 non-governmental organizations.

    Posted at Aug 27, 2014 by Kate Adams 0 Comments
      2014/08/25
    MST's RDT2014 Update
    Last Changed by Kate Adams, Aug 25, 2014 08:05

    Here's more information about an upcoming event in Rolla, MO.  The past two years were very informative and a great opportunity for networking and meeting new people!

    RTD2014: Bigger. Better. Further. Faster.

    Missouri S&T will be holding their fourth annual Research and Technology Development (RTD2014) conference on 15/16 September.

    This conference is oriented at professional networking and also providing useful information about specific technology areas that you may find beneficial. 

    This year at RTD2014, information will be provided in the areas of computational science (University of Oklahoma and University of Nebraska), Additive Manufacturing, (University of Louisville and Missouri S&T) and Large Scale Visualization (Indiana University and University of Texas).  You can learn more at the RTD2014 web site:  https://rtd2014.mst.edu

    In addition, the RTD street party is a networking event not to be missed (Monday night).  In keeping with S&T interests, there will be catered BBQ (from various vendors across Missouri), music, and a fireworks show by the S&T explosives experts.

    Keynote speakers this year include (Monday) Wesley Chun, from Google (https://rtd2014.mst.edu/Bios/ ), and (Tuesday) Mark Suskin, PhD, from the NSF Division of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure (https://rtd2014.mst.edu/Bios/ )

    There are also hands-on workshops and sessions to meet S&T faculty and Birds of a Feather sessions (which you can host if you wish)

    There is no cost to attend, but you must register to be eligible to attend all of the events.  The subject matter is suitable for academics, graduate students, research support staff, and technologists.

    Posted at Aug 25, 2014 by Kate Adams 0 Comments
      2014/08/22
    KU Hosting Large Data Genomic Biodiversity Summit
    Last Changed by Kate Adams, Aug 22, 2014 08:17

    What: Large Data Management Genomic Biodiversity Summit

    When: September 22, 9:00-4:30 CDT

    Where: University of Kansas, KU Commons, 1340 Jayhawk Blvd., Lawrence, KS

    Register here: http://kuic.ku.edu/about/upcoming-events/large-data-management-genomic-biodiversity-summit

    Cost: FREE FREE FREE!

    More info: Please contact Chelsea Nuttall at cnuttall@ku.edu if you have any questions about the conference.

    http://kuic.ku.edu/about/upcoming-events/large-data-management-genomic-biodiversity-summitJoin speakers from Internet2, Microsoft, University of Oklahoma, University of California, and the University of Kansas to explore the challenges of managing and analyzing large data in the context of genomic biodiversity research.

    Planning your visit:

    Overnight accommodations have been reserved for conference attendees at the Oread Hotel, which is conveniently located two blocks from the event space. To book a room, please mention that you are part of the "AZURE-INTERNET2" block.

    Plan to arrive the night before the summit to network with colleagues at the pre-conference reception held at the Oread Hotel. A post-conference dinner will also be coordinated.

    Agenda for the Summit

    Posted at Aug 22, 2014 by Kate Adams 0 Comments
      2014/08/19
    KSU Hosting Comp Sci Recruit Day
    Last Changed by Kate Adams, Aug 19, 2014 08:46

    What: KSU is hosting a computer science graduate student recruitment day.

    Where: KSU, Manhattan, KS at Nichols Hall Atrium

    When: October 11, 2014, 10am - 4pm CDT

    For more info, contact Ami Ratzlaff, amiable@ksu.edu, (785) 532-6353

    Saturday On Campus at KSU.pdf

    Posted at Aug 19, 2014 by Kate Adams 0 Comments
      2014/08/06
    GPN Discount for Merit SELinux Introduction Class
    Last Changed by Kate Adams, Aug 06, 2014 12:09

    Merit's Hands-on SELinux: A Practical Introduction will be held September 16 and 18 from 5:00 - 8:00 pm CDT on line.  This class costs $299 for GPN members, a $50 savings off the regular price.

    From Merit:

    This short course is designed as an intensive, hands-on introduction to Red Hat SELinux, a technology that adds mandatory access controls to the Linux kernel and can stop buffer overflow and other malicious attacks. The focus will be on understanding the SELinux theory, components, installation, configuration and log records, and how to secure applications both by configuring existing SELinux policies and by creating new policies. You'll come away from this course with the SELinux skills to secure your platform running your own applications. 

    This course is a hands-on experience with demonstration, student labs and a focus on understanding the function of SELinux policies. It is valuable for system administrators, advanced Linux users and others who need expertise in SELinux. The course can serve as a primer for a novice or a refresher for experienced SELinux users. 

    Topics to be covered include:

    • Brief Linux Review
    • Role-Based Access Control: Subjects, Objects & Policies
    • Introduction to SELinux: Identities, Roles, Types, Domains & Contexts 
    • SELinux Components & Modes
    • SELinux Logs & GUIs
    • Lab: Track a policy violation
    • Dynamic Policy Modification & Enforcement 
    • Writing SELinux Policies
    • Policy Creation Tools
    • Lab: Create and deploy a policy
    • Introduction to Multi-Level Security 
    Posted at Aug 06, 2014 by Kate Adams 0 Comments
    Grants of Interest part 2
    Last Changed by Kate Adams, Aug 06, 2014 11:47

    Name of Grant: CISE Research Infrastructure (CRI), Program Solicitation NSF 14-593

    What: The CISE Research Infrastructure (CRI) program drives discovery and learning in the core CISE disciplines of the three participating CISE divisions by supporting the creation and enhancement of world-class research infrastructure that supports focused research. 

    Institutional Infrastructure (II) awards support the creation of new (II-NEW) CISE research infrastructure or the enhancement (II-EN) of existing CISE research infrastructure to enable world-class CISE research opportunities at the awardee and collaborating institutions. ($250,000-$750,000)

    Community Infrastructure (CI) awards support the planning (CI-P) ($50,000 - $100,000) for new CISE community research infrastructure, the creation of new (CI-NEW) CISE research infrastructure or the enhancement (CI-EN) of existing CISE infrastructure to enable world-class CISE research opportunities for broad-based communities of CISE researchers that extend well beyond the awardee institutions. Each CI award may support the operation of such infrastructure, ensuring that the awardee institution(s) is (are) well-positioned to provide a high quality of service to CISE community researchers expected to use the infrastructure to realize their research goals. Except for CI planning, CI awards will be in the $500,000-1,000,000 range.

    Posted at Aug 06, 2014 by Kate Adams 0 Comments
      2014/07/08
    DOE Advanced Scientific Computing Research (ASCR) Small Business Innovation Research
    Last Changed by Kate Adams, Jul 08, 2014 11:10

    What: DOE Advanced Scientific Computing Research (ASCR) Small Business Innovation Research Workshop

    When: August 6-7, 2014

    Where: Chicago, IL

    More Details: https://sites.google.com/a/lbl.gov/sbir/

    From Linda Winkler, Argonne National Laboratory:  DOE participates in the congressionally mandated SBIR program.  The Advanced Scientific Computing Research (ASCR) program office spends over $12M annually on this program and we have a topic specifically targeting the development and commercialization of a wide range of optical components that could be used either inside a computer (silicon photonics) or in a network  (optical transceivers).  

    We are in the process of organizing a workshop in the Chicago area for Aug 6-7, 2014. The objective of the workshop is bringing together interested parties, raising awareness and stimulating interest in applying to DOE's SBIR program. On August 6, we will discuss the HPC component. On August 7, we will discuss network/optical components.  

    Here is a flyer for the workshop.

    ASCR_SBIR_Workshop_Flyer (1).pdf

    Posted at Jul 08, 2014 by Kate Adams 0 Comments
      2014/07/02
    SANS Security Training Discount Opportunity
    Last Changed by Kate Adams, Jul 03, 2014 09:36

    From Doug Pearson, Technical Director of REN-ISAC:

    SANS and REN-ISAC (Research and Education Networking Information Sharing and Analysis Center) are partnering to bring exceptional security and technical training to the education community at a huge discount.

    The special pricing is available to staff, faculty, and undergraduate students at higher education institutions, and K-12 teachers and students. Details about the program can be found at the REN-ISAC web pages: http://www.ren-isac.net/programs/sans.html And for those ready to request a quote or place an order: http://www.sans.org/partnership/education Questions can be directed to secretary@ren-isac.net

    The special pricing is available during a purchase commitment window, June 1 through July 31 for: 

    • SANS OnDemand Technical training & GIAC Certification  
    • SANS Securing The Human End User Awareness training  
    • SANS Securing The Human Developer training 
    • SANS Securing The Human Phishing  
    • SANS NetWars interactive technical skills challenges 
    OnDemand Technical Training & GIAC

    This provides a choice from more than 40 SANS courses that can be accessed from a PC or iPad, such as:

    • SEC401: Security Essentials Bootcamp Style 
    • SEC504: Hacker Techniques, Exploits & Incident Handling 
    • SEC560: Network Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking 
    • FOR508: Advanced Computer Forensic Analysis and Incident Response 
    • MGT414: SANS +S Training Program for the CISSP Certification Exam 

    Each course is taught by one of the top SANS instructors using a mix of slides, video demonstrations, interactive labs and assessment tests. The student will have four months of access to the OnDemand course. During this window, the price for a SANS OnDemand course is $2,150 and the GIAC exam price is $599 when bundled with a course (minimum order $6,450).

    Securing the Human End User Awareness

    This provides extensive employee security awareness training that targets today's weakest link in enterprise security – the human. Online training modules cover topics such as social engineering, using e-mail safely, smartphone security and FERPA. The special pricing is a limited-time opportunity. During this window, the price is $1.75 per user for a 1-year license (minimum order $2,100) or $3.00 per user for a 2-year license (minimum order $3,600).

    Securing The Human Developer

    This provides training for those involved in the software development process and addresses numerous issues including injection flaws, cross-site scripting, cross-site request forgery, transport layer protection and more - there are currently 13 modules in all. During this window, the aggregate-purchase price is $250 per person for a 1-year license (minimum order $2,500).

    NetWars

    This is a hands-on, interactive learning environment that enables information security professionals to develop and master the skills they need to excel in their field through a series of challenge exercises. During this window, the price for NetWars is $1,350 per person when bundled with an OnDemand order.

    Posted at Jul 02, 2014 by Kate Adams 0 Comments
      2014/06/24
    Merit's Project Management Class and Cloud Class
    Last Changed by Kate Adams, Jun 26, 2014 11:23

    Project Management Fundamentals

    GPN members can take Merit's Project Management Fundamentals at a discount.  

    Where: Online, attend from anywhere.

    When: July 15-17

    Cost: $1795 (Regular price is $2195)

    In this comprehensive course, you will learn the fundamentals of project management: how to initiate, plan, and execute a project that meets objectives and satisfies stakeholders. Project Management Fundamentals will be held online July 15-17, 2014. 

    Aligned with the Project Management Institute (PMIĀ®) Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOKĀ® Guide), this course provides a step-by-step guide to planning and executing a project. Working through case studies with real-world scenarios, you will interact with fellow students to learn and apply the methodologies and good practices of formal project management. 

    Cloud Essentials

    GPN members can take Merit's Cloud Essentials for a $200 discount.

    Where: Online, attend from anywhere

    When: August 5-6

    Cost: $1195 for GPN members

    In this course, you will gain perspective on the business and technical aspects of cloud computing, learning how to adopt, operate and govern the cloud. 

    Through scenario-driven learning, you will learn to apply the principles in a realistic setting. Role-play activities present a real-world connection using situations that can occur in your day-to-day life. The course materials are accredited by the Cloud Credential Council, marked as CompTIA approved quality content and registered with the Project Management Institute. 

    In this course you will learn:

    • Common terms and definitions of cloud computing
    • Business benefits and considerations of cloud computing
    • Cloud computing from a technical perspective and the various techniques, methods, challenges, and types of clouds
    • Impact and changes of cloud computing on IT service management
    • Steps that lead to the successful adoption of cloud computing and the implications for organizations
    • Compliance, risk, and regulatory consequences of cloud computing and its financial and strategic impact

    This course will help you successfully complete the associated CompTIA Cloud Essentials exam to become CompTIA Cloud Essentials certified. The web-based certification exam will be offered on the last day of class.

    Posted at Jun 24, 2014 by Kate Adams 0 Comments
    Grants of Interest part 1
    Last Changed by Kate Adams, Jun 24, 2014 16:37

    This is a new feature to this blog.  Every day or so I get emails listing grants.  I'll put a link to those that might be of interest to our membership. These will generally be HPC, networking, stressing collaboration between different institutions, or of special interest to one of our member universities.

    Posted at Jun 24, 2014 by Kate Adams 0 Comments
    LCI 2014 Registration Open
    Last Changed by Kate Adams, Jun 24, 2014 10:35

    Registration is open for the 2014 LCI (Linux Cluster Institute) workshop! http://www.linuxclustersinstitute.org/workshops/register.html

    When: August 4-8

    Where: University of Illinois, National Center for Supercomputing Applications in Urbana, Illinois

    Early bird cost: $325

    What is the LCI Workshop?  From the press release:

    The LCI workshop is a hands-on workshop that will cover the fundamentals of setting up and administering a high-performance computing (HPC) cluster. Offered by the Linux Clusters Institute, this workshop will be led by some of the world's leading HPC experts and will be held Aug. 4-8at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications in Urbana, Illinois.

    LCI is the premier international forum to share information on management, administration, and scientific computing techniques for high-performance computing. Topics at the August workshop will include Intro to HPC, Build-A-Cluster, Condo Model, and Remote Visualization.

    Expert instructors will include: Neil Bright, Georgia Tech; Ryan Cox, Brigham Young University; Stephen Harrell, Purdue University; Brian Haymore, University of Utah; Wayne Hoyenga, NCSA; Henry Neeman, University of Oklahoma; Preston Smith, Purdue University; Jenett Tillotson, Indiana University; and George Turner, Indiana University.

    Discounted registration of $325 is available through July 20; starting July 21, registration will be $375. Attendees should have experience as an administrator of a Linux system. 

    Questions? Contact Kandace Turner-Jones ktrnrjns@ncsa.illinois.edu. For more information, visit linuxclustersinstitute.org.

    Posted at Jun 24, 2014 by Kate Adams 0 Comments
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