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22-23 October 2020
US/Eastern timezone

In this workshop, we provided an overview of services for campuses looking to expand their support for distributed high-throughput computing (dHTC) and integration with the Open Science Grid (OSG), presented by the new Partnership to Advance Throughput computing (PATh). Day 2 (Oct 23) included a more detailed discussion of how to share local computing resources into OSG, targeted for campuses with or pursuing NSF Campus Cyberinfrastructure (CC*) awards. Each day's schedule included content from 12pm to 4pm ET, with a ~1hr break. Full timetable is available here.

Thank you to those who came to the workshop. Recordings of the presentations are now available in a YouTube playlist, with individual video links and slide decks available from the Timetable.

For questions, please contact events[AT]opensciencegrid.org