RDA's Role and Relevance for High Performance Computing
Wed, 20 November 2013, 17:30 - 19:00
The ubiquity of today’s data is not just transforming what is, it is transforming what will be – laying the groundwork to drive new innovation. Today, research questions are addressed by complex models, by large data analysis tasks, and by sophisticated data visualization techniques, all requiring data. To address the growing global need for data infrastructure, the Research Data Alliance (RDA) was launched in 2013 as an international community-driven organization.
Join members of the Research Data Alliance and XSEDE project in a shared conversation around the utility of RDA for data-driven challenges in HPC.
Mark Parsons, Rennselear Polytechnic University and Research Data Alliance 15 min
RDA's role and relevance in high performance computing
-- Nancy Wilkins-Diehr, UCSD; XSEDE
-- Fran Berman, Rennselear Polytechnic University; Research Data Alliance
-- John Cobb, Oak Ridge National Lab; DataOne
-- Scott Lathrop, NCSA; XSEDE
-- Beth Plale, Indiana University; Research Data Alliance
-- Rob Pennington, NCSA; data architect