We’ll be delivering a tutorial on RADICAL-Cybertools at the 2014 DRIHM Summer School to be held in Madrid (Sep 22-25, 2014).
Shantenu will be lecturing on data-intensive science using RADICAL-Cybertools to students as part of the 2014 NSF funded PIRE workshop in Amsterdam.
RADICAL is collaboration with the Aresty Program for Undergraduate Research has two openings for Undergraduate Research Projects:
BigJob responsible for significant enhancement in binding affinity calculations.
and some coverage by the BBC’s News Science & Environment section:
The RADICAL team is presenting a comprehensive hands on tutorial on SAGA and SAGA-BigJob at XSEDE’13. Click here to overview the tutorial: https://github.com/saga-project/tutorials/wiki/XSEDE13
The RADICAL team is presenting a talk and a tutorial to students selected for the NSF PIRE OSDC Workshop. The workshop will be held in Edinburgh from the 17-22nd June, 2013. Details can be found at the workshop website at: http://pire.opensciencedatacloud.org/osdc-edinburgh-workshop-17-22-june-2013/
An article on “Using SAGA On Open Science Grid for Bioinformatics” was featured in the January 2013 Newsletter of the OSG.
The RADICAL student submission for the first FutureGrid Project
Challenge (2012) was awarded the top student prize. Congrats to all the students — especially Melissa, Ashley and Pradeep!
Here is the citation from Futuregrid, “.. Your Project FG-45, Experiments in Distributed Computing: Building Scalable, Dynamic, and
Distributed Applications Using SAGA, has been selected as one of the top prize winners in our first FutureGrid Project Challenge. The award
is based on FutureGrid work and its analysis or on ideas and software developed with major use of FutureGrid and was evaluated on the
information provided in the Project Results section of FG-45..”
The submission can be found at:
Congrats and well done on starting the RADICAL student movement!