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17-4-2024 1:00 PM

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17-4-2024 1:55 PM

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This presentation will cover ACCESS (Advanced Cyberinfrastructure Coordination Ecosystem: Services & Support), and Kennesaw State University's involvement in Open Science Data Federation program as a data origin to help researchers and educators with or without supporting grants to utilize the nation’s advanced computing systems and services. ACCESS, a program established and funded by the National Science Foundation, is an ecosystem with capabilities for new modes of research and further democratizing participation. The presentation covers how to apply for allocations on ACCESS. The last part of the presentation will briefly explain Open Science Data Federation and Kennesaw State University's involvement as a data origin. OSDF is an OSG (Open Science Grid) service to support the sharing of files staged in autonomous “origins” for efficient access to those files from anywhere in the world via a global namespace and network of caches.

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Ramazan S. Aygun is the Director of Center for Research Computing and Associate Professor of Computer Science with joint appointment at the School of Data Science and Analytics. He has published more than 130 refereed international journal papers, conference papers and book chapters in various aspects of data science including big data computing, machine learning, multimedia forensics, data mining, data modeling, data communications, data compression, data presentation, data retrieval, data indexing, data querying, and data fusion. He is recently leading NSF funded project titled “CC* Data Storage: High Volume Data Storage Infrastructure for Scientific Research and Education at Kennesaw State University Shared as Open Science Data Federation Data Origin.” Dr. Aygun served as a program co-chair of IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia in 2012 and 2018. He has also served on the organization and program committees of more than 60 conferences and workshops. He served as an Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on Multimedia from 2019 to 2023. He is a co-author of the book titled Data Analytics for Protein Crystallization. He is a TrustedCI Fellow as of 2023.

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Apr 17th, 1:00 PM Apr 17th, 1:55 PM

ACCESSing Advanced National Supercomputing and Storage Resources for Computational Research

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This presentation will cover ACCESS (Advanced Cyberinfrastructure Coordination Ecosystem: Services & Support), and Kennesaw State University's involvement in Open Science Data Federation program as a data origin to help researchers and educators with or without supporting grants to utilize the nation’s advanced computing systems and services. ACCESS, a program established and funded by the National Science Foundation, is an ecosystem with capabilities for new modes of research and further democratizing participation. The presentation covers how to apply for allocations on ACCESS. The last part of the presentation will briefly explain Open Science Data Federation and Kennesaw State University's involvement as a data origin. OSDF is an OSG (Open Science Grid) service to support the sharing of files staged in autonomous “origins” for efficient access to those files from anywhere in the world via a global namespace and network of caches.