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© 2006 Open Grid Forum Remote Instrumentation in Grid Environment Session short introduction Marcin Płóciennik email@example.com Marcin Płóciennik firstname.lastname@example.org
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© 2006 Open Grid Forum 3 First session (3:45 - 5:15) Short introduction - Marcin Płóciennik, PSNC, Poland DORII – Deployment of Remote Instrumentation Infrastructure – Norbert Meyer, PSNC, Poland Grid Support for Real-Time Online Interactive Application – Thomas Fahringer, University of Innsbruck, Austria Usage of Instrument Element/VCR – LEGO DEMO- Roberto Pugliese, Andrea Del Linz, ELETTRA, Italy Session schedule
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 4 Second session - Thu (3:45 - 5:15) AugerAccess – Use Case for controlling the Pierre Auger Observatory remotely, Michael Sutter, FZK, Germany Use case of NMR spectrometry in Virtual Laboratory, Marcin Płóciennik, PSNC, Poland Remote operation of an accelerator use case, Roberto Pougliese, ELETTRA, Italy Ocean Observatories Initiative: Cyberinfrastructure (OOI CI) use cases, Duane Edgington, MBARI, USA Model use case discussion Session schedule
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 5 The main purpose of this research group is to bring together various existing approaches in defining remote access interfaces to sophisticated laboratory equipment, as well as to come up with use cases that can dictate the requirements for integrating scientific instruments with the Grid Special interest in the advances of Grid technologies in areas such as interactivity, visualization and Quality of Service Our Research Group Main Goal
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 6 Group history BoF in Manchester –OGF20 Initial projects involved in BoF:RINGrid, int.eu.grid, GRIDCC, g-Eclipse, DEGREE, Edutain@Grid, BalticGrid, VLab Sessions:OGF 21 – Seattle, OGF 22 – Cambridge/Boston, INGRID2008 (2 sessions) Best practices presentations, work on the structure of the OGSA-style use case template, Work on describing first use cases Collecting basic informations from projects (basing on information page template) engaging next projects Disscusion on Model use case from RINGrid Disscusion on input for OGF Workshop on Access Paradigms
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 7 Facts Chairs – Duane Edgington, Marcin Plociennik New secretary – Michael Sutter (Costas Kotsokalis) Mailing list: email@example.com Over 70 members GridForge project webspace Currently 19 members Short abstract/links/contacts for each project/research should be provided on wiki Address: http://forge.ogf.org/sf/projects/risge-rghttp://forge.ogf.org/sf/projects/risge-rg
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 8 Involved communities – overview Representatives of: Remote Instrumentation related user communities (like DORII, AUGERACCESS,NORIA) Remote Instrumentation focused projects (like GRIDCC, RINGrid,VLab, Observatory Middleware Framework, CIMA, Observatory Middleware Framework ) Grid middleware projects (like g-eclipse) Grid infrastructure projects (like int.eu.grid, BalticGrid, EGEE) Geographically: Europe, USA, Australia
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 9 Involed projects & people – who we are Project Info Template filled out by following projects: GRIDCC (http://www.gridcc.org) – Roberto Pugliese, ELETTRA, Italyhttp://www.gridcc.org RINGrid (http://www.ringrid.eu) – Constantinos Kotsokalis, GRNET, Greece, Thomas Prokosch, GUP, Austriahttp://www.ringrid.eu int.eu.grid (http://www.interactive-grid.eu) - Jesus Marco, IFCA, Spain,Marcin Płóciennik, PSNC, Polandhttp://www.interactive-grid.eu g-Eclipse(http://www.geclipse.org) - Mathias Stümpert, FZK, Germany, Paweł Wolniewicz, PSNC, Polandhttp://www.geclipse.org AUGERACCESS(http://www.augeraccess.net) - Michael Sutter, FZK, Germanyhttp://www.augeraccess.net VLab(http://vlab.psnc.pl) - Norbert Meyer, Marcin Lawenda, PSNC, Polandhttp://vlab.psnc.pl Edutain@Grid (http://www.edutaingrid.eu) - Thomas Fahringer, University of Insbruck, Austriahttp://www.edutaingrid.eu Integrated e-Infrastructure for Facilities (http://www.e-science.stfc.ac.uk/facilities/) - Kerstin Kleese van Dam + Matthew Viljoen, STFC, UKhttp://www.e-science.stfc.ac.uk/facilities/ An Open Network for Robotic Telescopes - Frank Breitling, AIP, Germany NORIA Network for Ocean Research, Interaction and Application - Duane Edgington, MBARI, USA Observatory Middleware Framework -Randy Butler, UIUC, USA, Duane Edgington, MBARI, USA SENSORS: Ocean Observing Network Infrastructure (http://www.mbari.org/rd/sensors/sensors.htm ) - Duane Edgington, MBARI, USAhttp://www.mbari.org/rd/sensors/sensors.htm DORII – Norbert Meyer, Marcin Płóciennik, PSNC, Poland, Thomas Prokosch, GUP, Austria
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 10 Relations with other projects Potential interest from projects: CIMA – Rick McMullen, Kia Huffman, Indiana University, USA BalticGrid (http://www.balticgrid.eu) - Arnas Kaceniauskas,VGTU, Lithuania, Lauri Anton, EENET, Estoniahttp://www.balticgrid.eu EGEE – Panos Louridas, Erwin Laure, CERN MMRA -Minnesota Microprobe Remote Access (http://probelab.geo.umn.edu/remote.html) - Ellery E. Frahm, University of Minnesota, USAhttp://probelab.geo.umn.edu/remote.html Looking (http://lookingtosea.ucsd.edu) - Matthew Arrott, UCSD, USAhttp://lookingtosea.ucsd.edu CYCLOPS(http://www.cyclops-project.eu/Default.aspx?id_menu=7) - Stefano Nativi, Paolo Mazzetti, CNR, Italy DEGREE (http://www.eu-degree.eu) - Ladislav Hluchy, II SAS, Slovakiahttp://www.eu-degree.eu NICTA Open SensorWeb Architecture(http://nicta.com.au/research/projects/nicta_open_sensorweb_arch itecture) - Australiahttp://nicta.com.au/research/projects/nicta_open_sensorweb_arch itecture ARCHER (http://archer.edu.au) - Australia
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 11 Roadmap OGF24 (Sep) : - Preparation of next use-cases during the meeting: - presentation of next use -cases - best practices presentation – address Asia/Australia projects/communities - presentation of next collected use-cases - discussion about document describing common use cases on group forum 2009: - writing document describing common use cases, identify requirements and necessary capabilities - finalise the document and push it to the OGF editor for the approval process - discussion about possibility of establishing WG to standardize the relevant capabilities
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