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International eScience Infrastructure. Bill St. Arnaud bill.st.arnaud@canarie.ca. International eScience. International large instrument facilities are the low hanging fruit for eScience Astronomy, eVLBI, high energy physics, synchrotrons, ocean observatories

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international escience infrastructure

International eScience Infrastructure

Bill St. Arnaud bill.st.arnaud@canarie.ca

international escience
International eScience
  • International large instrument facilities are the low hanging fruit for eScience
  • Astronomy, eVLBI, high energy physics, synchrotrons, ocean observatories
  • CERN LHC, ITER, Neptune, JIVE, SKA, LOOKING, OPtiPuter, Exoplanet Global Optical Telescope Network
  • Most data sets are still sent by tape
global ring network for advanced applications development
GLOBAL RING NETWORK FOR ADVANCED APPLICATIONS DEVELOPMENT

Russia-China-USA-Korea-Canada-Netherlands Science & Education Network

uclp demonstrations overall network architecture
UCLP DemonstrationsOverall Network Architecture
  • A local end-user will create the LightPaths between each participant to Korea via UCLP and get the HDTV stream sequentially.

CA*net 4 OC-12

CRC (CA)

KISTI (KR)

LP 1

LP2

LP3

GigE+L1/L2

Seattle

L1/L2 + STM4

Ottawa

LP4

Calgary

NCHC

(TW)

L1/L2 +

GigE

Chicago

GigE + L2

L3

i2CAT (ES)

APAN

(TH)

hyugens cassini global collaboration
Hyugens Cassini Global Collaboration
  • This data was transferred to AARNet’s International GigaPoP using a dedicated GbE path provided by CeNTIE, one of Australia’s Advanced Network Program (ANP) initiatives
  • Transit to Pacific Wave (US) was engineered on a path of the northern 10Gbps circuit of SXTransPORT
  • AARNet’s was connected to a CANARIE (CA) switch and a User Controlled LightPath (UCLP) set up at 1GbE to the Joint Institution for VLBI in Europe (JIVE, NL)
  • The Physical path for the UCLP involved the use of CAnet4 (CA) from Pacific Wave to the ManLan (US) facility in New York; the Internet Educational Equal Access Foundation’s (IEEAF, US) trans-Atlantic capacity to the SURFnet, NL GigaPoP in Amsterdam; and one of six GbE paths from the SURFnet GigaPoP to the JIVE facility at Dwingeloo
global astronomy initiative mauna kea observatories
Global Astronomy InitiativeMauna Kea Observatories

UH 0.6 UH 0.6-m telescope 0.6m University of Hawaii

UH 2.2m UH 2.2-m telescope 2.2m University of Hawaii

IRTF NASA Infrared Telescope Facility 3.0m NASA

CFHT Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope 3.6m Canada/France/UH

UKIRT United Kingdom Infrared Telescope 3.8m United Kingdom

Keck I W. M. Keck Observatory 10m Caltech/University of California

Keck II W. M. Keck Observatory 10m Caltech/University of California

Subaru Subaru Telescope 8.3m Japan

Gemini Gemini Northern Telescope 8.1m USA/UK/ Canada/Argentina/

Australia/Brazil/Chile

Submillimeter

CSO Caltech Submillimeter Observatory 10.4m Caltech/NSF

JCMT James Clerk Maxwell Telescope 15m UK/Canada/Netherlands

SMA Submillimeter Array 8x6m Smithsonian Astrophysical

Observatory/Taiwan

Radio

VLBA Very Long Optical/Infrared

UH 0.6m UH 0.6-m telescope 0.6m University of Hawaii

UH Baseline Array 25m NRAO/AUI/NSF

Source: George McGaughlin AARnet

vespers beamline at the canadian light source
VESPERS Beamline at the Canadian Light Source

1. E-gun & Linear Accelerator

  • microanalysis with unprecedented sensitivity

4. Beamline End Station

3. Storage Ring

Courtesy of CLSI