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Open Science Grid Summer Grid Workshop Overview & Curriculum. Michael Wilde Argonne National Laboratory University of Chicago. Mission. Educate future work force for e-science. Introduce skills for emerging cyberinfrastructure Motivate young undergraduate students

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open science grid summer grid workshop overview curriculum

Open Science GridSummer Grid WorkshopOverview & Curriculum

Michael Wilde

Argonne National Laboratory

University of Chicago

mission
Mission
  • Educate future work force for e-science.
  • Introduce skills for emerging cyberinfrastructure
  • Motivate young undergraduate students
  • Promote interdisciplinary collaboration
  • Focus on assisting minority students and MSIs
students
Students
  • 2004:
    • 36 students from 19 universities, 4 MSIs
    • 4 international students (Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Russia)
    • 12 members of minority groups, 10 women
  • 2005:
    • 42 students from 23 universities; 4 MSIs
    • 6 international students (Argentina, Brazil, India)
    • 16members of minority groups; 10 women.
collaborators
Collaborators
  • University of Texas at Brownsville
    • PI: Soma Mukherjee (UTB Physics, CGWA)
  • GriPhyN - Grid Physics Network
  • iVDGL - International Virtual Data Grid Lab
  • Louisiana State University
  • NCSA (via NMI Grids Center)
  • Open Science Grid
curriculum 2005
Curriculum - 2005
  • Intro to distributed computing and the Grid
  • Grid security and basic Grid access
  • Grid resource and job management
  • Grid data management
  • Building, monitoring and maintaining a Grid
  • Grid application frameworks
  • Virtual data concepts
  • Grid workflows and resource selection
  • Web services and the resource framework
future directions
Future Directions
  • Add a modular intro to prerequisite distributed computing and systems skills
  • Provide graduated exercises that start simpler but provide more headroom to explore
  • Provide a larger-scale distributed laboratory and use it for all labs (with local backup for network outages!)
  • Provide live-science data (with hands-on instruments) and use it for all labs
acknowledgements
Acknowledgements

The Summer Grid Workshops 2004 and 2005

were supported by:

  • The National Science Foundation
  • The University of Texas, Brownsville
  • Center for Gravitational Wave Astronomy, UTB
  • Louisiana State UniversityCenter for Computation and Technology
  • NMI Grids Center
  • iVDGL
  • NASA