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TimeItemWhoNotes
5 minWelcome
10 min L2 update

 September Quarterly Management meeting: we discussed (1) improving our adaptive XRAC review process; (2) improving the Confluence UI for consultants to see their assignments and perform the necessary documentation tasks efficiently.

At the XRAC meeting only 1 proposal requested ECSS.  Up our game?

15 minActivity updateAll

Please update https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1bHPLOAv8Zop5pHMG2ef_LDz7M5evBpJe4nb3E0jBC6k/edit#gid=0

Alan Craig - Professor Yu Zhang's project is presenting a poster at the E-Science conference in San Diego this week. The poster is:

A Historical Big Data Analysis to Understand the Social Construction of Juvenile Delinquency in the United States

From:

Sandeep Puthanveetil Satheesan - NCSA

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Urbana, USA sandeeps@illinois.edu

Alan B. Craig - Extended Collaborative Support Services XSEDE USA a-craig@illinois.edu

Yu Zhang - Department of Criminal Justice SUNY at Brockport Brockport, USA yzhang@brockport.edu 

Note that Professor Zhang has now moved from Brockport to California State University at Fresno.


Also -

Paul Rodriguez presented Professor Chris Nygren's project at the ECSS Symposium. His talk was:

“Morelli Machine”: A Proposal Testing a Critical, Algorithmic Approach to Art History

CO-PIs: Christopher J. Nygren and Alison Langmead PI Institution: University of Pittsburgh
ECSS Team: Alan Craig, Paul Rodriguez 

Marcela: presented New User training on July 29, 2019. Lecture notes are here:

Presentation_July2019.pptx


 

25 minOutreach ideasAll

Marcela: conferences. Reword the acknowledgment of ECSS/NIP? Paul: offer NIP as a prize. Frame it as a competition? Alan: Reacting to Paul's idea of a contest, we (before I was in XSEDE) offered a million CPU hours for humanities projects as a "competition" that gave us excuse to do email blasts, press releases, etc. Here is one link to what we were doing: https://cs.illinois.edu/news/million-cpu-hours-available-ncsa . Here is another link - after the initial 1 million we did 2 million. Gave us an excuse for another email and press blast: https://www.nics.tennessee.edu/I-CHASS_announcement (but note the link to the full story no longer works). Share idea with ecss-mgmt and ER. Better promote the ECSS symposium site! Sudhakar: add a blurb about ECSS/NIP to more XSEDE communications. E.g about workshops, new user training, allocations training... Lars: mention it when we can.



5 minWrap-upAllNext meeting: October 7

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