Join the National Science Data Fabric Team on Tue Oct 11 to learn how we deliver data democratization and eScience to the community, in conjunction with the IEEE eScience conference in Salt Lake City, UT.

Thomas S. Monson Center Univ of Utah
411 E S Temple St
Salt Lake City UT 84111

Session 1 - The state of the NSDF

Session Chair: Valerio Pascucci

Utah,Valerio Pascucci, The NSDF vision and current progress
UTK, Michela Taufer. Working Groups: the NSDF spine and driving engine
Utah, Giorgio Scorzelli. The Future of Storage and Computing is LockLess
Utah, Manish Parashar.What does it mean to democratize data

Session 2 - NSDF Partnerships

Session Chair: Giorgio Scorzelli

Seal, Sal Malik. Web3.0 Cloud Decentralized Storage
DoubleCloud, Adam Jennings. Managed Open-Source Data Stack for Sub-Second Analytics and Queries
Globus, Kyle Chard. Globus: A Platform for Global Data Management
Weka, Nathan Urbanowski, Sarah Johannes. The Data Platform for Research Collaboration
LLNL, Timo Bremer. Democratizing Data Access at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Session 3 - User Communities

Session Chair: Giorgio Scorzelli

Utah, Sara K Yeo. The Science of Science Communication
Utah, Attila Gyulassy. User Communities
SDSC, Julianne Christopher Ohlin. NSDF Communications Framework
SDSC, Christine Kirkpatrick, Kevin Coakley. Federated Infrastructure Updates and FAIR Digital Objects
SDSC, Frank Wuerthwein. Update on Status of Open Science Data Federation

Session 4 - NSDF CI as a System of Systems

Session Chair: Michela Taufer

LLNL/IBM, Daniel Milroy. Cloud-Native HPC with Kubernetes and the Flux Framework
UTK, Paula Olaya. Tuning Object Storage for Scientific Workflows on Cloud Computational Services
UTK , Jakob Luettgau. NSDF-Catalog: Understanding the Needs for a Lightweight Data Indexing Service
Alluxio, Bin Fan, Shouwei Chen. Architect a Heterogeneous Data Platform Across Clusters, Regions, and Clouds
Utah, Ivan Rodero. Leveraging NSF CI investments for NSDF building blocks

Session 5 - Material Science Use case

Session Chair: Kevin Coakley

Michigan, Glenn Tarcea. How Materials Commons Uses FAIR principles
Utah, Owen Koppe. Unlocking the ARCO File Format in the OpenVisus Framework and NSDF-Data-Portal Update
Utah, Bozo Vazic. Accelerating scientific discoveries by mapping 3D imaging data to computational models for physics-based simulations
UTK, aweiluo Zhou. A software framework for the orchestration of materials science workflows at large scale

Session 6 - NSDF Data Services

Session Chair: Glenn Tarcea

Utah, Aashish Panta. Publishing NASA multi-petabytes climate datasets
UTK, Dominic Kennedy. Augmenting Singularity to Generate Fine-grained, Workflows, Record Trails, and Data Provenance
Utah, Daniel Balouek. Building data services for urgent applications
USU, Steve Petruzza. Interactive access and exploration of scientific data products

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 2138811.

Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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