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OSG All-Hands Meeting 2021

from Monday, March 1, 2021 (12:05 AM) to Friday, March 5, 2021 (3:00 PM)
Online

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Mar 1, 2021
Mar 2, 2021
Mar 3, 2021
Mar 4, 2021
Mar 5, 2021
AM
11:00 AM
State of the OSG - Frank Wuerthwein (UCSD) (until 12:30 PM) ()
11:00 AM State of the OSG - Frank Wuerthwein (UCSD)   ()
11:20 AM OSG as an agent for research computing democratization - Miron Livny (UW-Madison, Morgridge institute of Research)   ()
11:40 AM Data mining in genomics by high-throughput computing (2020 David Swanson Awardee) - Zhonggang (John) Li (UW-Madison)   ()
12:05 PM Computational biology on OSG (2021 David Swanson Awardee) - Nicholas Cooley (Department of Biomedical Informatics, University of Pittsburgh)   ()
11:00 AM
State of the OSG for Campuses and CC* Awards - Lauren Michael (UW-Madison Center for High Throughput Computing (CHTC)) (until 12:30 PM) ()
11:00 AM OSG services for campuses - Lauren Michael (UW-Madison Center for High Throughput Computing (CHTC))   ()
11:25 AM CC* and campus computing - Kevin Thompson (National Science Foundation)   ()
12:00 PM Technical overview of OSG services for campuses - Brian Bockelman   ()
11:00 AM
OSG as an Agile Computing Environment - Frank Wuerthwein (UCSD) (until 12:30 PM) ()
11:00 AM OSG as an agile computing environment - Frank Wuerthwein (UCSD)   ()
11:25 AM CLAS12 simulations on the OSG - Dr Maurizio Ungaro (Jefferson Lab)   ()
11:50 AM Accessing XSEDE allocations from the OSG access points - Mats Rynge (USC / Information Sciences Institute)   ()
12:05 PM Searching for dark matter with XENON, OSG, and XD/XSEDE - Evan Shockley (University of California San Diego)   ()
10:45 AM
OSG and Multi-Institution Collaborations - Pascal Paschos (University of Chicago) Kenneth Herner (Fermilab) (until 12:30 PM) ()
10:45 AM Background Monte Carlo production for Snowmass 2021 - John Stupak (University of Oklahoma)   ()
11:05 AM Rubin Observatory's interim data facility - Hsin-Fang Chiang (AURA/Vera C. Rubin Observatory)   ()
11:30 AM REDTOP: A next generation eta/eta' factory exploring Beyond Standard Model physics - Corrado Gatto (INFN and Northern Illinois University)   ()
11:50 AM Electron Ion Collider - Jerome Lauret (Brookhaven National Laboratory)   ()
12:10 PM [Canceled] News from the Plains: Progress and Plans from Experiments at Fermilab - Lisa Goodenough   ()
11:00 AM
OSG and U.S. LHC - Andrew Melo (Vanderbilt University) eric lancon (BNL) David Mason (FNAL) (until 12:30 PM) ()
11:00 AM Introduction - David Mason (FNAL) eric lancon (BNL) Robert Gardner (University of Chicago) Andrew Melo (Vanderbilt University)   ()
11:10 AM Ceph update - Justas Balcas (Caltech)   ()
11:25 AM HDFS post-OSG 3.5 - Ajit Mohapatra (UW–Madison)   ()
11:40 AM Networking Challenges - Harvey Newman (Caltech) Hironori Ito (Brookhaven National Laboratory) Shawn McKee (Univ. of Michigan) Garhan Attebury (UNIVERSITY of NEBRASKA–LINCOLN)   ()
PM
12:30 PM --- Break ---
1:30 PM
Science Enabled via the Open Science Pool - Lauren Michael (UW-Madison Center for High Throughput Computing (CHTC)) (until 3:00 PM) ()
1:30 PM State of impacted research - Lauren Michael (UW-Madison Center for High Throughput Computing (CHTC))   ()
1:45 PM Towards design of folding inhibitors against SARS-CoV-2 proteins - Amir Bitran (Harvard University)   ()
2:10 PM Modeling demand for medical resources - James P. Howard (Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory)   ()
2:35 PM On the development and extension of Bayesian historical borrowing to single-level and multilevel models - Sinan Yavuz (University of Wisconsin–Madison)   ()
3:00 PM --- Break ---
3:10 PM
Discussion and Social Hour (until 4:00 PM) ()
12:30 PM --- Break ---
1:30 PM
Campus Perspectives - Lauren Michael (UW-Madison Center for High Throughput Computing (CHTC)) (until 3:00 PM) ()
1:30 PM A vision for campus participation in the OSG Consortium - Eric Sedore (Syracuse University)   ()
1:40 PM Advancing data intensive science at George Washington University - Clark Gaylord (George Washington University)   ()
1:55 PM Using OSG to facilitate research computing at a regional university - Dr Jeremy Evert (Southwestern Oklahoma State University)   ()
2:10 PM Connect campus users to remote dHTC resources using OSG access points - Sajesh Singh (American Museum of Natural History)   ()
2:25 PM Q&A Speaker Panel - Sajesh Singh (American Museum of Natural History) Lauren Michael (UW-Madison Center for High Throughput Computing (CHTC)) Clark Gaylord (George Washington University) Eric Sedore (Syracuse University) Dr Jeremy Evert (Southwestern Oklahoma State University)   ()
3:00 PM --- Break ---
3:10 PM
Discussion and Social Hour (until 4:00 PM) ()
12:30 PM --- Break ---
1:30 PM
Evolving the OSG Fabric of Services - Derek Weitzel (University of Nebraska - Lincoln) (until 3:00 PM) ()
1:30 PM Setting the Context for the OSG Fabric of Services - Brian Bockelman   ()
1:35 PM From identity-based authorization to capabilities: SciTokens, JWTs, and OAuth - Jim Basney (NCSA)   ()
2:00 PM Moving science data: One CDN to rule them all - Derek Weitzel (University of Nebraska - Lincoln)   ()
2:25 PM HTTP Third-Party Copy: Getting rid of GridFTP - Diego Davila (CMS)   ()
2:40 PM Transitioning to tokens: Impact and interoperability - Brian Bockelman   ()
3:00 PM --- Break ---
3:10 PM
Discussion and Social Hour (until 4:00 PM) ()
12:30 PM
Discussion and Social Hour (until 1:30 PM) ()
1:00 PM
OSG Council Meeting (closed) - Ken Bloom (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) Robert Gardner (University of Chicago) (until 4:30 PM) ()
12:30 PM --- Break ---
1:30 PM
OSG and U.S. LHC - David Mason (FNAL) eric lancon (BNL) Andrew Melo (Vanderbilt University) (until 3:00 PM) ()
1:30 PM Latest updates on the WLCG Token Transition Planning - Brian Bockelman   ()
1:50 PM Future analysis facilities - Christopher Hollowell (Brookhaven National Laboratory) Dr Burt Holzman (FNAL) Wei Yang (SLAC)   ()