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APAN Meeting. Douglas Gatchell [email protected] 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

Douglas Gatchell

[email protected]

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

Physical Layer

Systems

Application

System

Fundamentals

Device

Prototypes

Network Layer

Theory

Physical Layer

Theory

CISE/SCI

Device

Concepts

Time


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


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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Grants

  • Cooperative Agreements

  • Contracts


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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