Presentation on theme: "OSG EOT Plan Review Mike Wilde 14 Dec 2006. Spring Meeting Plan Duration: Shorten to 3 days; ~~March 23-26 –Overlap with many Spring breaks as possible."— Presentation transcript:
OSG EOT Plan Review Mike Wilde 14 Dec 2006
Spring Meeting Plan Duration: Shorten to 3 days; ~~March –Overlap with many Spring breaks as possible Location: UIC Purpose: –Same goals and target audience as Summer invite throughout midwest, light national advert. –Get some assessment from community colleges Invite local CC’s, S. African partners, other observers –Get Chicago area schools more involved in OSG&TG Test the model of shorter regional workshops –Get the “template” working –Use the Live Grids as the lab, exclusively Create a suitcase gridlab –Test promotional capabilities and effectiveness Collaborators: OSG, TeraGrid, National Center for Data Mining (Bob Grossman) iCAIR (Joe Mambretti)
Tentative Syllabus Day 1 –AM: Grid Intro, UNIX, Networking, Service oriented science –PM: Security, Job and resource management Day 2 –AM: Data Management, Grid Information Systems –PM: Workflow Day 3 –AM: Grid Data Mining –PM: Grid Services and WS-RF
Spring Meeting Help Needed Lecturers (Condor, Globus) –Hope to add Data Mining Lecture by Bob Grossman –Would like to involve leading researchers Poster art Promotion – help with and phone calls, postings, poster mailings Student selection Lab assistants Testing / review of all material Linux material (considering “jumpstart day”) Student VO Setup (Doug, iGOC) Cycle reservations (from OSG sites)
Argentine Workshop Target PhD students –Need to learn backgrounds and needs Target date range (critical factor): March –2-3 Day Mentoring (UBuenos Aires):Workflow, Condor, Partnership –3 Day Grid Workshop (Santa Fe): lecture + lab (~ 20 hours) Would like to use OSG/TG resources –leave students with permanent certs in OSGEDU VO –Need to verify networking suitability – perhaps small lab adaptations Possible staff: Ben, Mike/Jorge. Volunteer from Condor would be welcome. –Support; 1 (ITC), 1 (LSC), 1 (OSG local funds – can share) –Lab assistants: local students Interesting research in LSC that need mentors –Resource brokering, Applications in astro and bio Could benefit from Condor to scrape desktop cycles Local cluster / national Grid setup?
Rest of Year 1 Eastern workshop: Georgetown? Central workshop: Nebraska? Southwest workshop: Community college focus: Crownpoint technical? These institutions not yet approached Assistance to S. Africa Possible Columbian workshop (Bogata) Student project engagement