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Nicholas Cooley awarded David Swanson Memorial Award

Nicholas Cooley was awarded the 2021 David Swanson Memorial Award at the March 0SG All-Hands Meeting. The memorial was established to honor our late colleage David Swanson who contributed to campus research across the country.

Upcoming OSG All-Hands Meeting March 1 - 5

Save the date and register now for All-Hands-Meeting for the eopportunity to discuss the latest OSG developments and hear from researchers about their work and how they are taking advantage of distributed high throughput computing.

Campus Cyberinfrastructure (CC*) Awardees Contribute Over 292 Million Core Hours in 2020

Campus Cyberinfrastructure Award Recipients Power the Open Science Grid and contributed over 292 million core hours to researchers using distributed high throughput computing (dHTC).

How to Transfer 460 Terabytes? A File Transfer Case Study

When Greg Daues at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) needed to transfer 460 Terabytes of NCSA files from the National Institute of Nuclear and Particle Physics (IN2P3) in Lyon, France to Urbana, Illinois, for a project they were working with FNAL, CC-IN2P3 and the Rubin Data Production team, he turned to the HTCondor High Throughput system, not to run computationally intensive jobs, as many do, but to manage the hundreds of thousands of I/O bound transfers.

Register Now for the February 8-9 Campus Workshop

Save the date and register now for another Campus Workshop on distributed high-throughput computing (dHTC) February 8-9 offered by the Parternship to Advance Throughput Computing (PATh).

Submit Locally, Run Globally

The PATh project offers technologies and services that enable researchers to harness through a single interface, and from the comfort of their “home directory”, computing capacity offered by a global and diverse collection of resources.

High Throughput Computing Powers Covid Genetic Sequencing

MADISON - David O’Connor, professor at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health, reports that recent advances in genetic sequencing of viruses makes it possible to track the spread of SARS-CoV-2 throughout communities in Wisconsin.

National Science Foundation establishes a partnership to advance throughput computing

MADISON — Recognizing the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s leadership role in research computing, the National Science Foundation announced this month that the Madison campus will be home to a five-year, $22.5 million initiative to advance high-throughput computing.