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milwaukee chapter wisconsin innovation network crowne plaza hotel may 10 2012

Milwaukee ChapterWisconsin Innovation NetworkCrowne Plaza HotelMay 10, 2012

John T. Byrnes

Milwaukee Institute

milwaukee institute

You were promised …

Milwaukee Institute

  • The Milwaukee Institute has proposed a dramatic expansion of the region’s capacity for high-performance computing, high speed data transport and mass data storage.
  • The Institute believes the region’s ability to handle the electronic data needed for the research and development activities of major academic institutions is essential for economic growth and job creation.
  • The Institute has developed the elements of a comprehensive network, including data centers, shared computational resources and more.
understanding the situation

Global economic expansion and job growth are being propelled by technological change that is unstoppable.

  • Real estate development initiatives now being emphasized by local leaders will not change the outcome in the fight for jobs.
  • Lack of technology development agenda is the core problem that needs to be addressed now, before its too late.

Understanding the Situation

increasing productivity
Increasing Productivity

Pace of change has accelerated since 2000!

skill levels rising everywhere
Skill Levels Rising Everywhere

In 2012 we estimate that the US workforce has shifted further up!

re inventing manufacturing
Re-Inventing Manufacturing
  • Unskilled labor has declining value in the modern world of advanced manufacturing.
  • Access to skilled knowledge workers is the key to success in manufacturing of the future.
  • Working knowledge of science, mathematics and information technology will be essential.
no it no advanced mfg
No IT…No Advanced Mfg!

Tightly Coupled

--U.S Council On Competitiveness

June, 2010

slide9

(% Share of US Employment)

IT, Health Care, Retail, Logistics, Transportation

Private Services

Manufacturing

Agriculture

YEAR

Not Only Manufacturing

IT workers

workforce study findings
Workforce Study Findings
  • IT workers are largest, single cohort of knowledge workers by type in the region.
  • The population of IT workers is the fastest growing cohort of workers and the rate of growth is accelerating.
  • IT workers have average salaries that are more than twice the average salaries in the region.
  • IT workers are statistically invisible because they are counted as employee across all industry and service sectors of the economy.
fastest growing occupations 2006 2016
Fastest Growing Occupations2006-2016

Occupation %Growth # of Jobs

#1 Network systems data analysts + 53% +140,000

#4 Computer software engineers + 45% +226,000

#23 Computer systems analysts + 29% +146,000

#24 Database administrators + 28% + 34,000

#25 Software programmer + 28% + 99,000

Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics

technology causes change
Technology Causes Change

Age of Information & Space

Civilization moves in big jumps based on widespread adoption of new technology!

Electronics, computers, fiber optics, molecular genetics, internet, and space travel

Age of Re-Industrialization

Age of Industrialization

Steelmaking, railroads, electricity,

oil refining, chemicals, refrigeration, engines, cars, explosives, radio, telephone and television

Age of Urbanization

Plumbing, pulleys, levels, screws, gears, architecture and medicines

Masonry, waterworks, metalworking, printing, woodworking, weaving

Age of Domestication

Wheels, boats, agriculture, ropes and rudimentary fabrics, art and mathematics.

Bronze Age

Mining, metals tools, vessels weapons, sleds

Stone Age

Natural tools, pottery weapons & clothing

embracing the solution
Embracing the Solution
  • At the Milwaukee Institute we believe that…
  • We must invest in high tech infrastructure.
  • We must promote the formation of industry clusters that focus on a shared technology research agenda.
  • We must inspire efforts to apply new science and technology to solving “grand challenge” problems.
  • We must focus on the “next gen” workforce to make it happen.
slide14

High Tech Infrastructure

Technical Computing!

Largely Invisible!

CyberSystem Elements

slide15

MKEI: MGrid Core

Regional Technical Computing Community

MGrid Core

slide16

MGrid Core

MOU’s Now In Place

Private Sector Sponsors

slide17

MGrid Core: Phase One

Operational Today

20

User Groups

64 CPU’s

256 cores

14 TB Data

slide18

MGrid Core: Phase Two

Operational 2013

875 CPU’s

3500 cores 100 TB Data

Genomic Analysis

& Systems Biology

64 CPU’s

256 cores

14 TB Data

slide19

MGrid Core: Phase Three

Operational 2014

3500 CPU’s

14,000 cores

2 PB Data

875 CPU’s

3500 cores 100 TB Data

100 gb/sec

fiber optic connections

BIG

Data

64 CPU’s

256 cores

14 TB Data

slide20

Milwaukee Institute

Why do this

now?

modern technology
Modern Technology

2. It is a collection of related research and development efforts...

1. It is about the Microcosm.

InfoTech

3. …that attempt to mimic, interpret and predict the behavior of very small things.

BioTech

NanoTech

4. It is the foundational knowledge of allhigh techproductsand services.

information technology
Information Technology

InfoTech

2. It enables and accelerates the other technological innovation.

1. First among equals!

3. It is increasing high-performance—not just fast, but super fast!

BioTech

NanoTech

Knowledge Gap!

4. Modern IT enable us to use of modeling and simulationto solve enormously complex problems that were previously unsolvable.

slide23

Rise of Technical Computing

  • Increasing CPU speed and lower cost per cycle has made it possible to process increasingly complex and larger data sets than ever before.
  • The scientific method can now be applied in reverse by using computers to analyze enormous amounts of data in ways that produce new science.

CPU Speed

  • The explosion of digital data requires massively parallel processing systems that in themselves create new ways of thinking about information.
  • Technical computing makes it possible to formulate large scale models to answer questions that in the past would have been inconceivable.

Data Sets

why technical computing
Why Technical Computing?

Reality is not what it appears to be.

  • Real world is not a simple, linear system.
  • Real world inputs are often disproportionate to outputs.
  • Real world has systems we don’t fully understand, such as phase changes, e.g., solid, liquid, gas, and plasma.
  • Real world systems have limits and tipping points.
requires hpc1
Requires HPC

DOD

Dynamic Supply Chain

Management

slide28

High Tech Infrastructure

It’s Not So Easy!

This is the hard part!

slide29

Application Libraries

  • Packaged Software
  • OS Middleware
  • Collaboration Tools
  • Administrative Applets
  • Scientific Algorithms
  • Training Aids
slide30

Managed Service Systems

  • Identity Management
  • Access Control
  • Scheduling
  • Data Security
  • Cost Recovery
  • User Training
  • Break/Fix
milwaukee institute fostering a high tech future
Milwaukee Institute

Fostering a High Tech Future

Since November, 2007

institute rules of engagement
Institute Rules of Engagement
  • MKEI has no interest in intellectual property.
  • Everything MKEI invents will be available as open source.
  • Everything you give MKEI to run is protected and returned to you without retaining copies.
  • MKEI will encourage the fluidity of ideas among and between all segments of society.
    • Public to public
    • Public to private
    • Private to private
    • People to people
  • MKEI will assist with development of proprietary technology under agreements that provide we will retain nothing but cash fees for services rendered.
milwaukee institute1
Milwaukee Institute

Board of Directors

Technical Advisory Board

MGrid

Users Council

J. Bayne, Phd.

Executive Director

N. Lindberg

Sr. Consulting Eng.

J. Gladieux

Director Operations

(Vacant)

Director Cluster Dev.

HPC

Engineering

MGrid

MOU’s

Healthcare

Defense

WEB

Engineering

HPC

Services

Manufacturing

Transportation

HPC

Confg. Mgmt

Network Services

Financial

Media & Design

Data Storage Services

Today: A Cyberphysical Organization

our vision timeline of events
Our Vision: Timeline of Events

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Educational Outreach:

IP Forum 1

IP Forum 2

IP Forum 3

Technology Summit I

Tech Conference

CI Day 1

CI Day 2

MiniConf

Imagine Conference

Imagine Conference

Cyber Infrastructure:

RCOE

MGrid

Data Center

RCOE

MGrid

Data Centers

Mkei.org HPC

Mkei.org

Website

Organize 501C3

RCOE

MGrid

Data Center

RCOE

RCOE

Public/Private Partnerships:

Healthcare

Grand Challenge Problems

Transportation

Mkei.org

Industry Clusters

Defense

Financial

Manufacturing

Media

BOD June, 2009

industry clusters v 2
Industry Clusters, V-2

Technical Grand Challenges

Water

  • Examples:
  • Splitting water w/ sunlight
  • Molecular microfiltration
  • Lg. Scale hydrodynamic modeling

Energy

Materials

To be developed by the regional community of professional engineers.

Automation

Genetics

Space

grand challenge problems
Grand Challenge Problems

A problem that addresses important regional, national, and global priorities and…

  • …is technically difficult.
  • …requires inter-disciplinary collaboration.
  • …involves a public-private partnership.
  • …is funded in part by governmental agencies.
  • …has regional economic significance.
  • …will take 3-5 years to solve.
national academy of science
National Academy Of Science
  • Make solar energy economical
  • Provide energy from fusion
  • Develop carbon sequestration methods
  • Manage the nitrogen cycle
  • Provide access to clean water
  • Restore and improve urban infrastructure
  • Advance health informatics
  • Better engineer medicines
  • Reverse engineer the brain
  • Prevent nuclear terror
  • Secure cyberspace
  • Enhance virtual reality
  • Advance personalized learning
  • Engineer tools of scientific discovery
  • www.engineeringchallenges.org
research centers of excellence
Research Centers of Excellence

Federal Funding

$$$$$

Technology Transfer

Research Agenda

Business

Cluster

RCOE

$$$

Academia

New Business Formation

Market pull, not technology push

embracing the solution1
Embracing the Solution
  • At the Milwaukee Institute we believe that…
  • We must invest in high tech infrastructure.
  • We must promote the formation of industry clusters that focus on a shared technology research agenda.
  • We must inspire efforts to apply new science and technology to solving “grand challenge” problems.
  • We must focus on the “next gen” workforce to make it happen.
milwaukee institute an agent for change
Milwaukee Institute

An Agent for Change

Invent Don’t Copy