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E-Research Initiatives from a National Center Point of view. H. Hoeger C. Mendoza, L.A. N úñez Centro Nacional de C á lculo Cient í fico Universidad de Los Andes CeCalCULA Corporaci ó n Parque Tecnol ó gico de M é rida, M é rida Venezuela. Outline.

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e research initiatives from a national center point of view

E-Research Initiatives from aNational Center Point of view

H.Hoeger C. Mendoza, L.A. Núñez

Centro Nacional de Cálculo Científico

Universidad de Los Andes

CeCalCULA

Corporación Parque Tecnológico de Mérida,

Mérida Venezuela

outline
Outline
  • National Center Point View and oportunity
  • Regional (continental) e-research initiatives
    • Multilateral-Academic Iniatives
      • Pacific Rim Application and Grid Middleware Assembly (PRAGMA)
      • E-infrastructure shared between Europe and Latin America (EELA)
      • Global Academic Supercomputing Consortium (GASC)
    • Vendors Initiatives
      • GridLAC (SUN)
      • LAGrid (IBM)
      • HPGrid
  • Regional (Binational) Initiatives
    • S&T ColomboVenezuela Corridor (Santander Merida)
  • National Initiatives: GridVenezuela
  • CeCalCULA Applications
new paradigms new realities new era a informational revolution
New Paradigms, New Realities, New eraA Informational Revolution.
  • New forms of Capitalisms production
    • Change in process are deeper than only ICT. They are social
    • From the industrial economy to the informational economy
    • From material products to services
    • Knowledge is raw material but also an end product
  • Informational Economy
    • Global and Real time process
    • There are no national economies. There are national strategies
    • Interdependent networked economy
    • Highly qualified, creative and skilful Human resources
  • New e-research
    • Theory - Experiments - Simulation
    • Multidisciplinary & Remote Colaborative
    • Remote sensing Data mining.
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Presentation services: subject, media-specific, data, commercial portals

Searching , harvesting, embedding

Resource discovery, linking, embedding

Resource discovery, linking, embedding

Data creation / capture / gathering: laboratory experiments, Grids, fieldwork, surveys, media

Data analysis, transformation, mining, modelling

Learning object creation, re-use

Aggregator services: eBank UK

Harvestingmetadata

Learning & Teaching workflows

Research & e-Science workflows

Repositories : institutional, e-prints, subject, data, learning objects

Institutional presentation services: portals, Learning Management Systems, u/g, p/g courses, modules

Deposit / self-archiving

Deposit / self-archiving

Validation

Validation

Publication

Resource discovery, linking, embedding

Validation

Linking

Peer-reviewed publications: journals, conference proceedings

Quality assurance bodies

Data curation: databases & databanks

Liz Lyon (2004)Realising the scholarly knowledge cyclehttp:// www.ukoln.ac.uk

E-research means new opportunity to train new researchers

center point of view compel users
Center point of view: Compel users
  • Support National-Regional Groups
  • Understand their levels of ICT/HPC needs
    • Some users know what they need
      • Provide ICT/HPC tools (applications)
    • Some (most of them) do not
      • Start with ICT & Cooperative collaboration tools
  • Drug dealer strategy
    • Force them to use more tools
    • Develop HPC WEB-Base HPC Applications
pacific rim application and grid middleware assembly pragma http www pragma grid net
Pacific Rim Application and Grid Middleware Assembly (PRAGMA)http://www.pragma-grid.net/
  • LA
    • Centro de Invertigacion Cientifica y de Educacion Superior de Ensenada (CICESE):Compute-intensive,meteorological forecasting model, MM5, using a highbandwidth,optical-fiber link between San Diego and Tijuana, Mexico.
    • Universidad de Chile (Center for Mathematical Modeling):Resources to the PRAGMA testbed
    • Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico UNAM: Resources to the PRAGMA testbed
  • USA + Asia
e infrastructure shared between europe and latin america eela http www eu eela org
E-infrastructure shared between Europe and Latin America (EELA)http://www.eu-eela.org/
  • LA
    • Argentina: UNLP
    • Brazil: CECIERJ/CEDERJ, RNP, UFF, UFRJ
    • Chile: REUNA, UDEC, UTFSM・
    • Cuba: CUBAENERGIA
    • Mexico: UNAM
    • Peru: SENAMHI
    • Venezuela: ULA
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EELA Applications

  • Biomedicine applications (ULA CubaEnergía,UNAM):
    • BiG (BLAST in Grid) is a Grid-enabled BLAST Interface.BLAST (Basic Local Alignment Search Tool) MrBayes is a Tool for Phylogeny Studies.GATE Monte-Carlo Simulation of Particle Physics Emission in the Medical Field (Thyroid Cancer) WISDOM (Wide In-Silico Docking Of Malaria) In-Silico Drug Discovery for Neglected Diseases.
  • HEP (LHC/Pierre Auger) (UNLP,UFRJ, UNAM UTFSM)
    • Data share, simmulations (MC), analysis and repositories for (ATLAS, ALICE, CMS, LHCb) and Cosmic/Gamma Rays from LHC@CERN, but also at Tevatron and DESY, Pierre Auger Observatory
  • Distant e-Learning (CubaEnergía, CEDERJ, UNAM)
    • CuGfL: The Learning Management System Cuba Grid for Learning; VoD: Video on Demand interactive multimedia server
  • Climate (SENAMHI, UDEC, UTFSM) El Niño Phenomena
    • CAM Model (Community Atmospheric Model) WRF Model (Weather Research & Forecasting Model)
vendors initiatives
Vendors Initiatives
  • GridLAC (SUN)
    • INAOE (México), UNM (NM USA), USP (Brasil), ULA (Venezuela)
  • LAGrid (IBM)
    • Tec. Monterrey (México), UASLP (México), Inst Aeronáutico (Argentina), UNLP (Argentina) UP Mayaguez (Puerto Rico)
  • HPGrid
    • UP Mayaguez (Puerto Rico) ?

Binational Initiatives

  • ReNATA cooperation
    • Cooferencia Latinoamerica de Computación de Alto Rendimiento
  • ST Binational Corridor Santander (.co) Mérida (.ve)
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What is CeCalCULA?

e-Sciences and e-Engineering

An technogical Observatory to

Transfer experiences doing e-research in

in

Venezuela/Region

m rida venezuela
Mérida Venezuela ?

~ 1800 mts high

~ 20-24 C

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Distributed Computing

Portals

Storage

Visualization

Virtual Collaborative tools

E-Science for Users

slide17

Computers

Instruments

Complex problem

GRID

Data

Scientific Community

Solution

Knowledge

slide18
National Network of Population Genetics, Molecular Systematics & Integrative Biology

IVIC, ULA, USB.

  • To introduce methodologies of Population Genetics & Bioinformatics in their research lines
  • IT projects concern
    • Knowledge Data Mining & Portals
    • Protein Modeling
recent e science portals projects
Recent e-science Portals Projects
  • Two portals Scientific App on local engines
    • CATIVIC:Semiempirical Quantum Chemistry codeF. Ruette, M. Sánchez, G. Martorell et al (2004) CATIVIC: Parametric quantum chemistry package for catalytic reactions: Int. J. Quant. Chem . 96, 321-332.
    • Concentrated DamageFinite Element Analysis for plastic/elastic properties of building structuresM. E. Marante L. Suárez A. Quero J. Redondo B. Vera, M. Uzcategui, S. Delgado, L. R. León, L. Núñez and J. Flórez-López, (2005) Portal of damage: a web-based finite element program for the analysis of framed structures subjected to overloads. Advances in Engineering Software, 36, 346-358.
  • Two portals (Grid) Scientific App on standard engines
    • Gaussian (Porlets GridPort Toolkit)Ab Initio Quantum Chemistry code
    • Blast (Genius)Basic Local Alignment Search Tool BLAST
slide23

http://portaldeporticos.ula.ve

Centro Nacional de Calculo Científico Universidad de los Andes

slide24

Portal of Damage

Centro Nacional de Calculo Científico Universidad de los Andes

slide25
Gaussian Portlet [International]Centro Nacional de Calculo Cientifico de la Universidad de Los Andes (CeCalCULA) Merida, Venezuela
plasmodium falciparum genome
Plasmodium falciparum Genome
  • 8934 sequences
  • aprox. 5000 candidate genes
  • aprox. 23 Mb on 14 chromosomes
  • Blast
  • One database (swissprot): time:12m4.2s
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Advance options

login: risea

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Last IP: 150.185.138.1

Grid2Blast*

(*) nombre inicial

Open Close

Tool

Blast

Primer

Data Convert 1.0

SeqPup

AnnHyb

lago large aperture gamma ray burst helen alfa projects
LAGO: Large Aperture Gamma Ray BurstHELEN ALFA Projects

Pierre Auger

CAB/UNLP

ULA/USB

UniPuebla

Uni SanAndres

Collaboration

biocimate information system

Meteorological Stations

(Mérida)

Satelite’s Data

Estación Repetidora

Producers

Farmers

Researchers

Mapas

Datos de Satélites

CIPLAT-Est. Chama

CeCalCULA

(Data Processing)

charts

Estaciones Meteorológicas

(Sur del Lago)

CeCalCULA

Internet

Buletins

Internet

Meteorological Stations

Producers

Farmers

Researchers

Estaciones Receptoras

CIPLAT, Est. Chama

Numeric Data

BioCimate Information System
conclusions
Conclusions
  • We will continue to focus on portals in ordet to popularize the use of complex Scientific Applications and Grid Infraestructure to coming users
  • We will aim to Engineering, Bioscience and Quantum Chemmistry and HEP communities
  • We will help to preserve catalogued data from bioclimate communities