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APAN Meeting. Douglas Gatchell dgatchell@nsf.gov US NSF/CISE/SCI July 4, 2004. CISE Directorate. Networking Context. Commonplace Use of Applications. CISE/CNS. Application System Prototypes. CISE/CCF. Network Layer Systems. ENG/ECS. Protocol Layer & Technology Maturity.

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Apan meeting

APAN Meeting

Douglas Gatchell

dgatchell@nsf.gov

US NSF/CISE/SCI

July 4, 2004


Apan meeting

CISE Directorate


Networking context

Networking Context

Commonplace

Use of

Applications

CISE/CNS

Application

System

Prototypes

CISE/CCF

Network Layer

Systems

ENG/ECS

Protocol Layer &

Technology Maturity

Physical Layer

Systems

Application

System

Fundamentals

Device

Prototypes

Network Layer

Theory

Physical Layer

Theory

CISE/SCI

Device

Concepts

Time


Evolution of the computational infrastructure

Evolution of the Computational Infrastructure

Cyberinfrastructure

TCS, DTF, ETF

Terascale

NPACI and Alliance

PACI

NSF Networking

Prior Computing Investments

SDSC, NCSA, PSC, CTC

Supercomputer Centers

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1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010


Integrated ci system meeting the needs of a community of communities

Domain-specific Cybertools (software)

Shared Cybertools (software)

Distributed Resources (computation, communicationstorage, etc.)

Integrated CI Systemmeeting the needs of a community of communities

  • Applications

  • Environmental Science

  • High Energy Physics

  • Proteomics/Genomics

DevelopmentTools & Libraries

Education and Training

Discovery & Innovation

Grid Services & Middleware

Hardware


Cyberinfrastructure characteristics

Cyberinfrastructure Characteristics

  • Community-Focused

    • virtual organizations

    • distributed

    • collaborative

  • Scale and Scope

    • Multidisciplinary

    • International

    • Supporting data- and compute-intensive applications

    • High-end to desktop

    • Heterogeneous

  • Common Technology & Policy Platform(s)

    • Interoperability

    • Supports characteristics above


International networking

International Networking

  • New solicitation

  • Priorities

    • Enable and Enhance communications, collaboration and cooperation by connecting aggregation points

    • Enhance connectivity to new regions

    • Support connections between shared cyberinfrastructure

    • Cooperate to support domain specific CI


Award administration

Award Administration

  • Grants

  • Cooperative Agreements

  • Contracts


Nsf supported international links

NSF Supported International Links

  • TrasPAC ($1,700K/yr)

    • Tokyo-LA, Tokyo-Chicago

  • Euro-Link ($1,700K/yr)

    • Chicago – Amsterdam/CERN

  • NaukaNet ($800K/yr)

    • Chicago – Moscow & China

  • AMPATH ($400K/yr)

    • Miami – Rio & others


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