Mini-GRP Workshop at SCAsia 2023: Presentations Available

The Global Research Platform (GRP) held a Mini-GRP Workshop at the Supercomputing Asia (SCA 2023) conference, 27 February – 2 March 2023, at the Singapore Expo Convention & Exhibition Centre. It was an in-person conference only. The Mini-GRP Workshop took place Thursday, 2 March 2023, from 1:30 PM to 6:10 PM (Asia/Singapore time).

The presentations and presentation abstracts are available below. The Workshop was organized by Prof Francis Lee Bu Sung, SingAREN; Prof Joe Mambretti, Northwestern University; and, Ms Maxine Brown, University of Illinois Chicago.

Mini-GRP Presentation Abstracts

Keynote Talk: The Next 10 Years of NRP” – Dr Frank Wuerthwein, Director, San Diego Supercomputer Center

The Asia Pacific Research Platform in APAN & KRP: An Overview” – Dr Jeonghoon Moon, Principal Researcher, Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI)

The Global Research Platform: An Overview” – Prof Joe Mambretti, Director, International Center for Advanced Internet Research, Northwestern University

SingAREN Open Exchange and GRP” – A/Prof Francis Lee, Secretary of SingAREN

Australia Research Platform and the SKA” – Mr Andrew Howard, Associate Director Cloud Services, National Computational Infrastructure (NCI), Canberra Australia

KAUST Update for AutoGOLE” – Mr Alex Moura, Senior Network Engineer, KAUST

Evolution of ESnet – A Changing Landscape in Scientific Networking” – Mr Guok Chin Peng, CTO, ESnet

NICT’s Integrated Testbed” – Dr Hidehisa Nagano, Director, ICT Testbed Research, Development and Operations Laboratory, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)

SCinet, NRE Program, and OFCnet” – Mr Rodney Wilson, Chief Technologist, External Research, Ciena Corporation, R&D Labs, Ottawa Canada

Accelerated ONION based on DTN experience” – Dr Susumu Date, Associate Professor of the Cybermedia Center, Osaka University

Supporting International Partnerships in Science: The Role of International Networks at Indiana University” – Ms Brenna Meade, Network Engineer, International Networks at Indiana University

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