OSG Consortium Meeting - Education, Outreach and Training Session Agenda

Time and Location

Wednesday, August 23 09:00 AM - 12:00 Pacific Time

Room B109 - Note Room Change!

Remote partcipants can join by telecon at 1-712-432-2323, passcode 47437.

Discussion Agenda

People listed under "Who" below are either people that have expressed interest in the topic, that willl lead that discussion or will present material.

Start (PDT) Duration Description Who
9:00 20 min Reviewing Scope of OSG EOT Activities Mike Wilde
9:20 20 min Design of next Grid Workshops and online training Mike
9:40 20 min Integration of Grid computing into University Curricula Scott Lathrop
10:00 30 min Reaching out to under-resourced communties, broader age groups, and internationally Jeremy Dodd, Scott, Mike
10:30 30 min Break
11:00 20 min Documentation and other Training Mary Trauner
11:20 20 min Hardware and Lab support for Grid training Eric Shook, Kate Keahey
11:40 20 min Support of Students in OSG and TeraGrid Mike

Background Material

Notes for discussion - OSG EOT plans etc. - Mike Wilde

OSG Plan for South Africa Outreach Program - Jeremy Dodd

Grid Technology/SURA cookbook slides - Mary Trauner

LittleFe Wiki page - Eric Shook

LittleFe Cluster HPCwire article - Eric Shook

Agenda Notes

- Kate Keahey (Argonne) and Dave Braun (Purdue) want to discuss use of VM technology for Grid education labs

- Scott Lathrop suggested the following discussion topics:

  • review state of grid computing integration into curriculum (across all disciplines)
  • discuss whether/how we might survey the community and collect grid computing curricular materials - and post them to CSERD/NSDL - especially best practices
  • identify gaps that we could work on to fill - we have some SC Pathways funds to run a workshop to get people together to develop materials to fill the gaps!!
  • identify strategies to engage the community, beyond the SC effort
  • solicitations/proposals we should be developing for larger scale efforts

Meeting Notes

Tim Thomas: notes UNM's role as a MSI, and NM as an EPSCOR state; also role of Linmux cluster institute.

Topic revision: r11 - 07 Feb 2007 - 22:15:00 - PenelopeConstanta?
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