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Tuesday, September 24 • 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Learning Labs

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Tuesday Learning Labs (1:00-1:45pm)
Table Numbers and Topics for this time slot
  1. Cybersecurity Risks for Science Gateways
    This forum, hosted by a cybersecurity analyst affiliated with SGCI, will provide an opportunity for gateway operators and developers to learn more about security risks applicable to gateways and to share their own security challenges. Gateway operators will be able to takeaway solutions to common risks as well as receive direct advice and insight into more unique challenges. Hosted by Mark Krenz.
  2. Gateway Ambassadors - Join our community for community builders
    SGCI is in the process of spinning up a community of Gateway Ambassadors. Gateway Ambassadors serve as community builders, making connections between people, experts, and resources on campus and in distributed projects. Come for brainstorming about ideas and concepts what you would like to see in such a community. You can join also if you wouldn't like to fill the role of a Gateway Ambassador yourself - anyone interested is welcome to participate. Hosted by Sandra Gesing.
  3. Gateway Data Wrangling
    What do you find most challenging about transferring & managing data in your gateway? Lee is from the Globus team and wants to know what Globus can do to make life easier for gateway developers. Hosted by Lee Liming
  4. Workflow Frameworks
    Does your gateway currently support user-defined workflows? If so, what framework do you use and how? Hosted by Rajesh Kalyanam.
  5. Self-hosted HUBzero Community
    A call for self-hosted HUBzero site developers and potential open source contributors to brainstorm on ways to foster and sustain a community of support. Hosted by Jack Smith.
  6. Training and supporting communities to engage with your Gateway
    Training and supporting researchers to use, extend, or customize a scientific Gateway. This BoF is being organized by Dave Clements and Mo Heydarian, who would be happy to have additional attendees of Gateways 2019 lead the discussion around training.
  7. Automation tech and Jetstream
    "Do it once, and it's done. Do it twice, and you should have automated." "Anything that you do more than twice has to be automated." "Three strikes and you automate." Wherever you draw the line, automation is a critical part of running a successful science gateway. Come join other developers, engineers, and DevOps practitioners to share your experiences automating all the things on Jetstream and the commercial cloud. Hosted by Rion Dooley.

About Learning Labs
“Learning Labs” may be one of several styles of impromptu learning:
  • Pop-up BOFs (Birds-of-a-Feather Sessions)
  • Mini Hacks
  • Coffee-Break Conversations
We will have three 45-minute periods devoted to your ideas. Round tables will be set up for you to meet with others and discuss the topics of your choice. Here are the ways you can get involved:
  1. Propose a topic that you’d be willing to host. (You don’t have to be an expert, just interested!) 
  2. Find a topic that interests you, and join a table!
Submit your topic with this Google form by Tuesday, September 24 at 7pm Pacific: https://forms.gle/1Th5svq13VeKreLE7.

We’ll announce when and where the first round are happening by Tuesday morning on Sched, second round on Wednesday morning. We may be able to insert additional topics after the deadline if space is available.

Tuesday September 24, 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm PDT
Kon Tiki Room, Catamaran Resort 3999 Mission Boulevard, San Diego, California 92109