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April 8, 2014  Open Science: The Transparency Revolution

Time

Title

Presenter

8:30–9:00 am Registration  
9:00–9:30 am Welcome & Opening Remarks

Michael Tartakovsky
CIO & OCICB Director
NIAID

Dr. J.J. McGowan
Deputy Director for Science Management
NIAID

9:30–10:15 am Keynote: The Future of Open Science

Dr. Philip Bourne
Associate Director for Data Science
NIH

10:15–11:00 am Enabling Collaborative Computational Modeling Through Electronic Informed Consent John Wilbanks
Chief Commons Officer
Sage Bionetworks
11:00–11:15 am Break  
11:15 am–12:00 pm Addgene Helps Scientists Share Plasmids
Dr. Lianna Swanson
Director of Biology
Addgene
12:00–12:45 pm Open Access and Open Data: Clarifying the Meaning of "Open"
Michael Carroll, J.D.
Director, Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property
American University
Washington College of Law
12:45–1:45 pm Lunch (on your own)  
1:45–2:30 pm Towards the Awesome - Making Collaborative Versioned Science a Reality
Dr. Arfon Smith
Chief Scientist
GitHub
2:30–3:15 pm Code as a Research Product: Open Source for Open Science Dr. Dan Gezelter
Director
The Open Science Project
3:15–4:00 pm Why Does Health Data Matter?  Damon Davis
Director for the Health Data Initiative
HHS Office of the Chief Technology Office

 

April 9, 2014  NIH Workshop on Advanced Networking for Data-Intensive Biomedical Research

Time

Title

Presenter

9:00​–10:30 am

Welcome and Scope​

Data Intensive Science Challenges at the NIH

Andrea Norris
CIT​

Trends from the Trenches​ Dr. Ari Berman
BioTeam​
Internet2 and Global Research and Education Networks (via video conference)​ Michael Sullivan
Internet2​
Doing Research in the Cloud Dennis Gannon
Microsoft Research for Azure​
10:30–10:45 am Break
10:45 am–12:30 pm

Use Cases: Working, Moving, Computing on Data

NIAID Integrated Ecosystem for High Performance Computing – From Data Acquisition to Data Sharing​

Dr. Darrell Hurt
NIAID
Cyberinfrastructure to Support the Collection and Analysis of Precision Medical Data​
Dr. George Komatsoulis
NCI​
NCBI – Moving and Avoiding Movement of Data​
​Don Preuss
NCBI​
DoE ESNet and National Labs Big Data Cases​
Eli Dart
ESNet​
NIH ICs and Information Gathering​
Brett Moseley
CIT​
Perspectives from the Associate Director for Data Science​
Dr. Philip Bourne
OD​
12:30–1:30 pm Lunch (on your own)   
1:30–4:00 pm
Technical Session I: Technical Discussions of Applications​
Scientific Applications: Biowulf​
Dr. Steve Fellini & Steve Bailey
CIT​
Technical Overview of Network Modernization​
Brett Moseley
CIT​
Science DMZ, Network Services: Optimizing Transport, Performance Monitoring, and Troubleshooting​
Eli Dart
ESNet​
Technical Session II: Near Term Issues Facing the NIH​​
Federated Identity Management: InCommon, NIH Login, myNCBI​
Jeff Erickson & Don Preuss
NCBI​
Big Data Challenges for Advanced Networking
Advanced Network Services: AL2S

Performance Monitoring and Troubleshooting: perfSONAR and MaDDash

Emerging Technologies​: SDN and HPC Clouds
John Hicks (Internet2) & Eli Dart (ESNet)​

Last Updated April 04, 2014

Last Reviewed April 04, 2014