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Summary of the Steering Committee Meeting. 24 January 2003. John O’Callahan, Bernard Pailthorpe, David Abramson: APAC Larry Ang: BII Yan Baoping, Nan Kai: CAS/CNIC Satoshi Masuoka: TITech/GSICC Satoshi Sekiguchi, Yoshio Tanaka: AIST Sangsan Lee, Jysoo Lee: KISTI

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steering committee
John O’Callahan, Bernard Pailthorpe, David Abramson: APAC

Larry Ang: BII

Yan Baoping, Nan Kai: CAS/CNIC

Satoshi Masuoka: TITech/GSICC

Satoshi Sekiguchi, Yoshio Tanaka: AIST

Sangsan Lee, Jysoo Lee: KISTI

Whey-Fone Tsai, Fang-Pang Lin: NCHC

Shinji Shimojo: Osaka University/CMC

Royol Chitradon, Joe Piyawut: NECTEC

Maxine Brown: StarTap

Rick McMullen, Jim Williams:

Habibah Wahab: U Sains Malaysia

Philip Papadopoulos, Peter Arzberger: UCSD/SDSC/Cal-(IT)2/CRBS

Steering Committee
decisions
Decisions
  • Accepted the Operating Principle and Procedures document
    • Finalized by 15 February 2003
  • New Members
    • Will invite two institutions to join
  • Chair
    • Peter Arzberger
  • Deputy Chair
    • By 15 February 2003
open issues 1 to report on in june 2003
Open Issues (1)to report on in June 2003
  • Affiliates from Industry
    • Agreed:
      • PRAGMA is an academic based organization
      • Many advantages for involvement of industry
      • We want industrial affiliates involvement
        • Will formulate more careful guidelines
  • Relationships with other Organizations:
    • APAN, GGF, ApGrid, APECTel, …
      • Will formulate and propose relationship
expected outcomes
Expected Outcomes
  • Advance scientific applications
  • Increase interoperability of grid middleware
  • Contribute to the development of international grid efforts
  • Increase productive and effective use of the grid by researchers and scientists in the PacificRim
  • Increase collaboration on the grid in the Pacific Rim
  • Increase grid activities within member countries, throughout PRAGMA and the world
  • Provide core resources and model testbeds for regional e-science projects
open issue 2 to report on in june 2003
Open Issue (2)to report on in June 2003
  • Establish milestones for PRAGMA
    • Use Expected Outcomes as an outline
    • Using key meetings as marker
    • Use these to set goals for PRAGMA meetings
pragma 4 5 and beyond meetings
PRAGMA 4, 5 and Beyond Meetings
  • PRAGMA 4: 5-6 June 2003, Melbourne, Australia
    • ICCS2003: 3-4 June
    • David Abramson (APAC): Chair,
    • co-Chair Fang-Pang Lin
  • PRAGMA 5: October 2003, Hsinchu/Fushan, Taiwan
    • Taiwan Grid Meeting
    • Fang-Pang Lin (NCHC):
    • Chair ; co chair: TBD
    • TENTATIVE DATES: 22 – 23 October 2003
  • Possible Future Meetings
    • China, USA, Malaysia (decide in Australia about PRAGMA 6)
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