lecture Open Science Grid All Hands Timetable
Date/Time: from Monday, March 8, 2010 (08:00) to Thursday, March 11, 2010 (18:00) (US/Central)
Description:

Please turn  off the wi-fi access on your mobile devices such as iPhones and Blackberries.We are currently limited in address space and these devices take an address thatcould be used by a laptop.  The  issue is being worked on by the network service providers.

Registration will begin at 7:30 Monday thru Thursday at Wilson Hall in the Atrium.

Please don't forget to sign up for:

Dinner at Rock Bottom Brewery in Warrenville sponsored by Dell
Tours of GCC and D0

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We are asking session chairs to help speakers in their session upload their talks. Please come to the registration desk in the WH Atrium if you need help. 

We have phone and EVO bookings for most of the parallel sessions. Please come to the registration desk in the WH Atrium if you need help. 

Material: DisplayWed powerpoint file Survey on OSG CA Processes and Procedures (11:30) powerpoint file
Monday, March 8, 2010 08:29 ->17:00 US ATLAS Facility Meeting Agenda (Wilson Hall, One North - North West)    
Monday, March 8, 2010 08:30 ->17:00 US CMS Tier-2 Workshop Agenda (Wilson Hall, One West - 1st Floor, West side)    
Monday, March 8, 2010 08:30 ->12:00 Security and Virtual Organization Workshop (Wilson Hall, Comitium, 2nd Floor - South East)    
Monday, March 8, 2010 13:30 ->18:50 Virtualization and Cloud Computing Workshop (Wilson Hall, Racetrack - 7th Floor Crossover)    
Monday, March 8, 2010 17:30 ->18:30 Production Jobs Scheduling - Birds of Feather (Wilson Hall, West Wing - 10th Floor Northwest)    
Tuesday, March 9, 2010 08:00 ->09:30 Documentation Improvement Report (Wilson Hall, Comitium, 2nd Floor - South East)    
Tuesday, March 9, 2010 08:29 ->12:00 US ATLAS Facility meeting Agenda (Wilson Hall, Racetrack - 7th Floor Crossover)    
Tuesday, March 9, 2010 08:30 ->12:00 US CMS Tier 3 Workshop Agenda (Wilson Hall, One West - 1st Floor, West side)    
Tuesday, March 9, 2010 08:30 ->12:00 Biology Applications (Wilson Hall, One North - North West)    
Tuesday, March 9, 2010 13:30 ->17:30 Industry Session and Electronic Demonstrations (Wilson Hall Atrium)    
Tuesday, March 9, 2010 15:00 ->17:10 Joint US ATLAS Tier-3, US CMS Tier-3, OSG Tier-3 Support Session (Wilson Hall, One West : Wilson Hall 1st Floor, West side)    
Tuesday, March 9, 2010 15:30 ->17:00 Collective VO's Workshop (Wilson Hall, Racetrack - 7th Floor Crossover)    
Tuesday, March 9, 2010 17:00 ->18:00 Tours of D0 Experiment and Fermilab Grid Computing Center    
Tuesday, March 9, 2010 19:00 ->20:30 Dell Sponsored Dinner, Rock Bottom Brewery (through discussion with Fermilab Hosts)    
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 08:30 ->08:40 Welcome (Wilson Hall, One West - 1st Floor, West side)    
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 08:40 ->09:10 Council Status    
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 09:10 ->09:50 Production and Support    
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 09:50 ->10:30 Software and Security    
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 11:00 ->12:15 New Research on the OSG    
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 12:15 ->12:45 Student Reports    
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 13:45 ->14:15 State of the OSG    
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 14:15 ->15:00 OSG Technology Group    
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 15:30 ->16:00 Report from Europe and CERN (Curia II - Wilson Hall 2nd Floor South West)    
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 16:00 ->17:10 Aspects of the Future of US National CI    
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 17:00 ->17:30 Closeout and Discussion    
Thursday, March 11, 2010 08:00 ->17:00 Open Science Grid Council Meeting Open Science Grid Council Meeting (Wilson Hall, One North - North West)    

 
 Monday, March 8, 2010
US ATLAS Facility Meeting Agenda (08:29 ->17:00 )
The US ATLAS Facility meeting actually starts at 9 am. 

The  agenda is  here 

Meeting Location:  Wilson Hall, One North - North West

Phone Coordinates:  March 08, 2010 at 09:00 AM America/Chicago
Meeting ID: 7777, Phone Number: 510-665-5437

EVO Coordinates:
Title:US ATLAS Facility Meeting, Community: WLCG
Meeting Access Information: URL
- Phone Bridge ID: 53619
	Start	2010-03-08  08:00 Central Standard Time, End  	2010-03-08  17:30

US CMS Tier-2 Workshop Agenda (08:30 ->17:00 )
The agenda of the US CMS Tier-2 Workshop  is here

Meeting Location: Wilson Hall, One West, 1st Floor West Side

Phone Coordinates: 
Date/Time:  March 08, 2010 at 08:30 AM America/Chicago
Meeting ID: 8888
Phone Number: 510-665-5437


EVO Coordinates: US CMS Tier-2 Meeting, Community:WLCG
Meeting URL, 
Phone Bridge ID: 1680216 
Central Standard Time (-0600): Start 2010-03-08  08:00: End  	2010-03-08  18:00



Security and Virtual Organization Workshop (08:30 ->12:00 )
At this session we will follow up on issues identified at the ESNET-OSG Identity Management Workshop. We will discuss the "disaster scenarios" identified by the VO contacts. Also, the OSG Security Group will explain the status of action items and activities identified in the workshop report.

The agenda below is an initial Strawman and we expect to have additional discussion during the session as needed. 

Meeting Location:
Wilson Hall, Comitium, 2nd floor South East 

Phone Coordinates:
Date/Time:  March 08, 2010 at 08:30 AM America/Chicago
Meeting ID: 2222
Phone Number: 510-665-5437

 08:30
Review Activities since November Workshop (30')   Slides powerpoint file   Mine Altunay (FNAL)  
 09:00
Update on plans and status of LIGO, CILOGON and DOEGrids CA works (30')   Slides powerpoint file pdf file   Jim Basney (NCSA) Scott Koranda (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee) Mike Helm (ESnet)  
 09:30
Discuss outcome of "VO 5 top Concerns" (1h0')    
10:30  Break (30')
 11:00
Pakiti and other Security Tools (30')   Slides powerpoint file   Anand Padmanabhan (UIUC)  
 11:30
More usable Desktop Certificate Management Tools (30')   Gabriel Ghinita  

12:00  Lunch (1h0')
Virtualization and Cloud Computing Workshop (13:30 ->18:00 )
The goals are to bring us up to date on the status of virtualization frameworks from CERN, Nimbus, and Condor, as well as to share experiences and plans related to the virtualization of science applications  and exploration and use of Cloud computing (science and commercial).

Meeting Location:
Wilson Hall, Racetrack, 7th Floor Crossover

Phone Coordinates:
Date/Time:  March 08, 2010 at 01:30 PM America/Chicago
Meeting ID: 3333
Phone Number: 510-665-5437

EVO Coordinates:
Title: Virtualization and Clouds for OSG Communities
Community: Universe
Meeting Access Information:
- Meeting URL
- Phone Bridge ID: 1680238
Central Standard Time (-0600)
	Start	2010-03-08  13:00
	End  	2010-03-08  18:00

 13:30
Introduction OpenNebula / lxcloud and VOC (20')   Slides pdf file   Sebastien Goasguen (Clemson University)  
 13:50
CERN VM (30')   Slides powerpoint file   Predrag Buncic (CERN)  
 14:20
Status of the Nimbus Project (10')   Slides powerpoint file   Kate Keahey (Argonne National Lab)  
 14:30
Condor and VM's (10')   Slides powerpoint file   Jaime Frey (University of Wisconsin, Madison)  
 14:40
Status of STAR's use of Virtualization and Clouds (10')   Slides pdf file   Levente Hajdu (BNL)  
 14:50
US ATLAS Plans and Thinking (10')   Slides pdf file   Yushu Yao (LBNL)  
 15:00
US CMS Plans and Thinking (10')   Slides pdf file   Dave Evans Andrew Melo (Vanderbilt University)  
 15:10
Discussion of VO Commonalities (20')    
15:30  Break (30')
 16:00
Use of Future Grid (30')   Introduction to FutureGrid powerpoint file   Gregor Von Laszewski (Indiana University)  
 16:30
Magellan Project (30')   Slides pdf file   Susan Coghlan (ANL)  
 17:00
VO's Working Together (1h0')    
Discussion and agreement on action items for OSG and VOs

Production Jobs Scheduling - Birds of Feather (17:30 ->18:30 )
Discussion of the pros and cons of the different job scheduling mechanisms that users have found effective for production runs across the OSG. 

Make recommendations to the OSG project for future activities.

Meeting Location:
Wilson Hall, West Wing - 10th Floor Northwest
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18:30  Dinner at Chez Leon (2h0')

 
 Tuesday, March 9, 2010
Documentation Improvement Report (08:00 ->09:30 )
There will be a presentation on the process, tools, and ownership plan for improving OSG documentation that resulted from the documentation alignment work that began last year.  The recommendations from this project will be implemented over the next several months and the new process will provide an on-going mechanism to manage and improve our documentation.

This will be an open discussion.

Meeting Location:
Wilson Hall, Comitium, 2nd Floor - South East

US ATLAS Facility meeting Agenda (08:29 ->12:00 )
The US ATLAS Facility meeting actually starts at 9 am. But in order to get things in alphabetical order in Indico we have "virtually" started it at 8.29am..

The US ATLAS Facility meeting agenda is  here 

Meeting Location: Wilson Hall, Racetrack - 7th Floor Crossover

Phone Coordinates:
Date/Time:  March 09, 2010 at 08:30 AM America/Chicago
Length:     240  (minutes)
Meeting ID: 9999
Phone Number: 510-665-5437

EVO Coordinates:
Title:US ATLAS Facility Meeting, Community: WLCG
Meeting Access Information: URL
- Phone Bridge ID: 53619
	Start	2010-03-08  08:00 Central Standard Time, End  	2010-03-08  17:30



US CMS Tier 3 Workshop Agenda (08:30 ->12:00 )
The agenda for the US CMS Tier-3 workshop is here.

Meeting Location: Wilson Hall, One West, 1st Floor - West Side

Phone Coordinates:
Date/Time:  March 09, 2010 at 08:30 AM America/Chicago
Meeting ID: 5555
Phone Number: 510-665-5437

EVO Coordinates:
Title:US CMS Tier-3 Meeting,  Community: WLCG
Meeting Access Information:
- Meeting URL
- Phone Bridge  ID: 1680227
Central Standard Time (-0600)
	Start	2010-03-09  08:00
	End  	2010-03-09  12:30


Biology Applications (08:30 ->12:00 )
Researchers will present and exchange information about their biology applications that use distributed high throughput computing. We will discuss current and future collaborative activities between the research communities and the OSG.

Meeting Location: Wilson Hall, One North - North West

Phone Coordinates:
Date/Time:  March 09, 2010 at 08:30 AM America/Chicago
Meeting ID: 6666
Phone Number: 510-665-5437

EVO Coordinates:
Title:		Biology Applications and OSG
Community:	Universe
Meeting Access Information:
- Meeting URL
- Phone Bridge ID: 1680261
Central Standard Time (-0600)
	Start	2010-03-09  08:00
	End  	2010-03-09  13:00

 08:30
Welcome and Goals (10')   John Mcgee (RENCI) Piotr Sliz (Harvard Medical School)  
 08:40
Practical approach to privacy, access, and processing for biological synchrotron experiments. (20')   Slides pdf file   Keith Brister (Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University)  
 09:00
Shotgun Metagenomics - TBD (20')   Folker Meyer (ANL)  
 09:20
Production Computational Biology Workflow on OSG; Experience, Tools and Perspectives (20')   Slides pdf file   Ian Stokes-Rees (Harvard Medical School)  
 09:40
Genome Center at WUSTL (10')   Slides pdf file   Gary Stiehr (University of Washington St Louis)  
 09:50
Molecular basis for uninducible behavior of mutations at position 15 in AraC protein (10')   Tim Miller (NIH)  
10:00  Break (15')
 10:15
Discriminative Learning for Protein Conformation Sampling (20')   Slides pdf file   Jinbo Xu (Toyota Institute, University of Chicago)  
 10:35
DIAG: A data intensive academic grid - A platform for performing bioinformatics analysis on genome sequence data (20')   Slides pdf file   Anup Mahurkar (University of Maryland)  
 10:55
MPI Cluster for Molecular Dynamics Computations (10')   Peter Doherty (Harvard Medical School)  
 11:05
Desmond: An Efficient, Scalable Code for Biomolecular Simulation - KEYNOTE (45')   Kevin Bowers (De Shaw Research Group)  
 11:50
Discuss the value a collaboration with OSG has and/or can bring to these computing needs. (10')    

12:00  Group Photo (15')
12:15  Lunch (1h0')
Industry Session and Electronic Demonstrations (13:30 ->15:50 )
The following vendors will have tables in the WH Atrium for technical discussions:

ACT
Blue Arc 
Cloudera 
Cycle Computing
Dell
Intel 
Koi
Nexan 
Red Hat

The following Demonstrations will also be in the Atrium during this session:

 13:30
Autodock analysis using the Open Science Grid (2h0')   Derek Weitzel David Swanson Brian Bockelman (University of Nebraska)  
We will present the analysis and results of our project to create an automated workflow for the bioinformatics tool "Autodock" using the OSG Match Maker grid scheduler.
 13:30
Novel computational biology workflows and their deployment onto a grid (2h0')   Peter Doherty Ian Stokes-Rees (Harvard Medical School)  
Life sciences are increasingly utilizing computational techniques for data analysis, model building, simulation, and visualization. We have established an environment to attract and support researchers in their deployment of computational biology workflows onto a grid. We will demonstrate and describe the architecture, tools, techniques, and processes we have developed to support this community.
 13:30
OSG Scalability and Reliability testing and monitoring tools (2h0')   Christopher Theissen Igor Sfiligoi Frank Wuerthwein Jeffrey Dost (UCSD)  
The OSG Scalability, Reliability and Usability area has developed two testing framework tools and a monitoring tool that are used to attain its mission. The tools are however generic enough that could be of use for any OSG site administrator to evaluate the robustness of their installation.
 13:30
Glidein Workload Management System (glideinWMS) (2h0')   Parag Mhashilkar Burt Holzman (FNAL) Igor Sfligoi (UCSD)  
The Glidein Workload Management System (glideinWMS) utilizes a centralized pilot based submission system called a pilot or Glidein Factory (GF). The glideinWMS system is developed on top of the Condor system. Condor forms the back-bone of the system, with just a thin layer on top of it. From the final user point of view, glideinWMS is just a distributed Condor system. Users with existing Condor-ready jobs can
almost transparently submit them to the Grid via glideinWMS. In addition to the simplicity to use, glideinWMS can handle user priorities
uniformly across the Grid. The pilot can validate the node before
pulling a user job; as a consequence correctly configured users jobs are
less likely to fail. Pilot jobs also provide additional services, like
pseudo-interactive monitoring that enable the users to debug their job
during its execution phase.
 13:30
Grid Operations Center (GOC) Services for the Open Science Grid (OSG) (2h0')   Arvind Gopu Elizabeth Chism (Indiana University)  
Based at Indiana University, the OSG-GOC (http://osggoc.blogspot.com/) provides a single point of operational support for the Open Science Grid (OSG). The GOC performs real time Grid monitoring and problem tracking, provides support to users, developers and systems administrators, maintains grid services, provides security incident response, and maintains information repositories.The GOC develops, hosts, and maintains several services for the OSG including MyOSG, GOCTicket, OIM, Twiki, etc. A list of GOC Services is presented and/or linked off of MyOSG. We will offer demonstrations on:

- How an OSG member can MyOSG wearing various hats, for example: VO user, site administrator, management personnel

- How to effectively use GOCTicket system, the primary ticketing system for the OSG; additionally we will demo a typical ticket exchange between a VO's support ticketing system, the GOC, and a destination ticketing system.

- How to maintain accurate topology data about OSG resources, sites, VOs, support centers on OIM. We will be open to discussing or demonstrating other GOC services to the extent logistics permit, if an audience member is interested.
 13:30
The Metric Correlation and Analysis Service (MCAS) (2h0')   Andrew Baranovski Ted Hesselroth Gabriele Garzoglio Parag Mhashilkar Tanya Levshina Dave Dykstra  
The Metric Correlation and Analysis Service (MCAS) project was started at the end of 2008 by the Fermilab Computing Division in response to  three main considerations from its stakeholders:
1) Grid monitoring and troubleshooting is considered generally lacking in Grid systems
2) When communities need to add monitoring for a component of an infrastructure, the effort is typically started from scratch, developing an end-to-end solution from basic tools (shell, python, RRDtools, R, ...).  This entails duplication of effort developing over and over again infrastructure to address common problems (data gathering, warehousing, analysis, and presentation). 
3) Summarization of metrics on at-a-glance view would improve status checks of monitored services. This is achieved through dense presentation views and through efficiently reducing large datasets to snapshots of the most relevant information. MCAS was set up to address these issues by providing a common infrastructure and tailored to common use cases plug-ins for the gathering, organization, storage, analysis, and display of data. The system supports a series of understood use cases, including single page view of images from multiple sources, display of data in table format, bar graph representation of alarming-related metrics, and time series plots. It also supports administrator-friendly interfaces to manage data sources, operational tools for database backup / reduction / restoration, and easy infrastructure (re-)deployment.

The MCAS project offers its services from  http://mcas- nt.fnal.gov:8080/portal/portal/ : dashboards  for various communities can be seen from this url. These communities include CMS T1 (.../cms), DZero (.../dzero-mc, .../dzero-reco), ad Minos (.../minos) . In this demo, we will show how the MCAS system can be used by OSG communities to streamline their needs in metrics gathering, analysis, and display.
 13:30
T2-BR-SPRACE CMS Status Report (2h0')   Marco Dias Sergio Novaes Eduardo Gregores Sergio Lietti  
Status report of T2-BR-SPRACE site for US CMS Tier-2
workshop. We are planning to show our present status and
future plans concerning our Storage and Compute elements

Joint US ATLAS Tier-3, US CMS Tier-3, OSG Tier-3 Support Session (15:00 ->17:10 )
This will be an opportunity to bring all groups up to date on the status and plans for collaborative and joint activities, community priorities, and needs for the near term future.

Meeting Location: Wilson Hall, One West - 1st Floor, West Side

Phone Coordinates:
Date/Time:  March 09, 2010 at 03:00 PM America/Chicago
Meeting ID: 7777
Phone Number: 510-665-5437

EVO Coordinates:
Title: Joint US ATLAS, US CMS, OSG Tier-3 meeting
Community: Universe
Meeting Access Information:
- Meeting URL 	
- Phone Bridge ID: 1680272
Central Standard Time (-0600)
	Start	2010-03-09  15:00
	End  	2010-03-09  18:00


 15:30
ATLAS Tier 3 Organization and Plans (10')   Slides pdf file   Rik Yoshida (ANL) Doug Benjamin (Duke) Massimo Lamanna (CERN)  
 15:40
CMS Tier 3 Organization and Plans (10')   Slides pdf file   Rob Snihur  
 15:50
Open Discussion (10')    
Compare and Contrast Efforts
 16:00
ATLAS use of Virtualization for Tier 3's (10')   Slides powerpoint file   Waruna Fernando  
 16:10
Open Discussion (10')    
 16:20
CMS use of Hadoop (10')   Slides pdf file   Brian Bockelman (University of Nebraska)  
 16:30
OSG On-going Support Plans for Tier 3's (10')   Slides pdf file   Dan Fraser (ANL)  
 16:50
Final Discussion (20')    

15:00  Break (30')
Collective VO's Workshop (15:30 ->17:00 )
An opportunity for the exchange of ideas as well as suggestions for future directions for OSG with respect to the collective VO's. 

Please see below for the topics of discussion:
- How does your VO provide dynamic and ad hoc requirements to OSG, and is this process effective?
- How should OSG get engaged for sustaining your VO?
- Is your VO's interest well represented in OSG? If not, any suggestions for improvement?
- Best practices for attracting and retaining users.  E.g., how to engage users of local HPC for using the grid.
- Resource discovery tools
- Tools/techniques to better allow troubleshooting and resolution of the many components of the OSG software stack
- How can we improve installation and end user documentation?
- Accounting tools
- What does "supporting a particular VO" mean for a site?
- How can a VO ensure that a particular site supports the needs of its users?
- What is the required list of software? (There are several "optional" components that are actually required to run, so
  why are they optional)
- Potential funding opportunities

Meeting Location: Wilson Hall, Racetrack - 7th Floor Crossover

Phone Coordinates:
Date/Time:  March 09, 2010 at 02:30 PM America/Chicago
Meeting ID: 8888
Phone Number: 510-665-5437



Tours of D0 Experiment and Fermilab Grid Computing Center (17:00 ->18:00 )
Attendees should sign up for one tour at the registration desk. There will be 2 buses at the horseshoe entrance to Wilson Hall. One will go to the Tevatron D0 Experiment and one will go to the Grid Computing Center which houses much of the computing and storage for the US CMS Tier-1 and Tevatron data processing. 

The buses will return to the WH entrance at 6:00pm

Dell Sponsored Dinner, Rock Bottom Brewery (through discussion with Fermilab Hosts) (19:00 ->20:30 )
Dell is sponsoring a dinner at 
Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery
www.rockbottom.com
28256 Diehl Road
Warrenville, IL 60555-3835
(630) 836-1380



Attendees are asked to register for this dinner at the OSG AHM Registration Desk. 



 
 Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Welcome (08:30 ->08:40 )
Sessions on Wednesday will be in 

Wilson Hall One West until 3 pm and then in
Wilson Hall Curia II - 2nd Floor South West 
Material: slides powerpoint file

Council Status (08:40 ->09:10 )
Discussion of the activies of the OSG Constortium Council.

Production and Support (09:10 ->09:50 )
This session will cover  production status and operation activities and plans of the OSG.
Material: slides pdf file slides pdf file slides pdf file slides pdf file

Software and Security (09:50 ->10:30 )
This panel will discuss the OSG software and security activities and plans

10:30  Break (30')
New Research on the OSG (11:00 ->12:15 )
The session will present some of the new applications running on the OSG.
 11:00
Nuclear Physics Simulations at Duke University (10')   Slides pdf file   John McGee (RENCI)  
On behalf of Steffen Bass group at Duke University we will present the status of the nuclear physics modelling applications and plans for running across multiple OSG sites.
 11:10
GlueX experience with participating in OSG (10')   GlueX powerpoint file   Richard Jones (University of Connecticut)  
 11:20
Southern California Earthquake Center Workflows on OSG (10')   Gaurang Mehta (ISI)  
 11:30
Running ICECube simulations on OSG (10')   Icecube powerpoint file   Steve Barnet (University of Wisconsin Madison)  
 11:40
EResearch 2020 Report (10')   Slides powerpoint file   Zack Kertcher (University of Chicago)  
 11:50
Discussion (25')    

Student Reports (12:15 ->12:45 )
This session will give reports from students who were sponsored by OSG to attend the International Grid Summer School and Teragrid 09 conference.

Material: PDF pdf file slides powerpoint file

12:45  Lunch (1h0')
State of the OSG (13:45 ->14:15 )
Material: State of the OSG powerpoint file

OSG Technology Group (14:15 ->15:00 )
The  technology group will document the current high-level and end-to-end design of the services on the OSG.  The group will create a design road map and provide ongoing coordination and advice for technologies recommended on the infrastructure. 

This panel will discuss the activities of the group to date.
 14:15
Intro / Overview (10')   Slides powerpoint file   John Hover (BNL)  
 14:25
Evolving Technology in a Production Environment (7')   Miron Livny  
 14:32
CMS VO Architecture and Top 5 (7')   Slides pdf file   Catalin Dumitrescu  
 14:39
Recent LIGO Experience on OSG (7')   Slides pdf file   Patrick Brady  

15:00  Break (30')
Report from Europe and CERN (15:30 ->16:00 )  
 15:30
EGI (5')   Slides powerpoint file   Markus Schulz  
 15:35
EMI (5')   Slides powerpoint file   Alberto Di Meglio  
 15:40
WLCG and Interoperability (5')   Slides powerpoint file   James Casey  
 15:45
Global communities - A European Perspective (5')   Slides powerpoint file   Massimo Lamanna  
 15:50
Q/A (10')    

Aspects of the Future of US National CI (16:00 ->17:10 )  
 16:00
National R&E Network Support of Scientific Computing (10')   Slides powerpoint file   Randy Frank (Internet2)  
 16:10
ESNET (10')   Slides pdf file   Michael O'Connor (ESNET)  
 16:20
View from DOE ASCR (10')   Richard Carlson (DOE)  
 16:30
TeraGrid (10')   TeraGrid powerpoint file   Richard Moore (SDSC)  
 16:40
VOSS (10')   Slides powerpoint file pdf file   James Howison (CMU)  
 16:50
Technology Auditing Project (10')   Technology Audit powerpoint file   Steve Gallo (University of Buffalo)  
 17:00
OSG Campus Grid Report (10')   Slides powerpoint file pdf file   Robert Gardner (University of Chicago)  

Closeout and Discussion (17:10 ->17:30 )  


 
 Thursday, March 11, 2010
Open Science Grid Council Meeting Open Science Grid Council Meeting (08:00 ->17:00 )
Agenda for the Council Meeting is 
 here 

Meeting Location:  Wilson Hall, One North - North West

Phone Coordinates:
Date/Time:  March 11, 2010 at 08:00 AM America/Chicago
Meeting ID: 8888
Phone Number: 510-665-5437