- Bryon Gill
- Marcela Madrid
- Sudhakar Pamidighantam
- Kevin Clark
- Alan B Craig
- Paul Rodriguez
- Continue discussions from the May 4 meeting. Status updates.
|5 minutes||Welcome||Sergiu Sanielevici|
|10 minutes||L2 updates||Sergiu Sanielevici|
|10 minutes||Activity updates||All|
|30 minutes||Transition to ACCESS||All (continuing discussion from 5/4)|
Kevin and Sergiu attended a Champions call on 5/10, where Julie Ma gave an introduction to MATCH https://amp.ci/ the ACCESS program for user support. She implied that EMPOWER should be a key partner/model for their "Tier 3: Match=PLUS". They envisage a mentor+student intern model like in EMPOWER, but with much less funding than XSEDE provided. They'll discuss this with Aaron if they haven't already. Alan B Craig check with Aaron if Julie has talked to him.
The MATCH FAQ says: Please contact Julie Ma to discuss responses to the NSF22-574 “Training-based Workforce Development for Advanced Cyberinfrastructure (CyberTraining)” solicitation. I hope Paul has already done so
Bob Sinkovits and Sergiu will coordinate with the ACCESS awardees to see what they may need from ECSS. Will let the NaIP team know if anything is needed.
Bob has already promised Julie Ma that he will ask all current ECSS team members to talk to their institutions/supervisors about the possibility of signing up for the CSSN expert pool for MATCH Tier 4 (MATCH-Premier). Stay tuned for a message about that, to ecss-all.
The XRAS software will continue to power RAMPS, the ACCESS allocations ecosystem. It will be enhanced and provided with suitable tools to enable the novel and much simplified (for the researchers) policies and opportunities. We expect there will be public presentations soon. RAMPS will take over allocations on 9/1/22.
|2 minutes||Wrap-up||Sergiu Sanielevici||Next meeting: 6/13. Happy Memorial Day!|