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TimeItemWhoNotes
5 minutesWelcome
 20 minutes Anvil for NaIP users Kalyanam, Rajesh and Zhu, Xiao

 See https://mediaspace.itap.purdue.edu/media/XSEDE+WebinarA++An+Introduction+to+Anvil+at+Purdue/1_2r3cfyua and the EUP application form: https://www.rcac.purdue.edu/anvil/earlyuser/ (the deadline for submission is April 30).

Rajesh and Xiao will discuss how Anvil can specifically benefit NaIP use cases, and take your questions.

The slides are here:

Amit: allocation model for composable resource? (A: to be explored with EUP help). Alan: How will Windows VMs work? Who brings the license for Windows? (A: in general, the user). Kevin Clark: is there a limit on EUP participation? (A: about 30, depends on range of application domains) Lisa: a lot of users need interactive visualization, what software is supported? (A: GIS most readily available; will work with what users bring).

Feel free to follow up: rkalyana@purdue.edu zhu472@purdue.edu .

10 minutesL2 updates
  • Preparing the quarterly/annual report to NSF: Per Marques' email this morning, please submit your NaIP activity reports by 4/30.
  • ECSS Symposium tomorrow, 4/20 at 1 pm Eastern
  • XRAC and ECSS Reviewer webinar with new SP presentations Monday, April 26⋅at 3 pm Eastern

20 minutesActivity updatesAll

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1bHPLOAv8Zop5pHMG2ef_LDz7M5evBpJe4nb3E0jBC6k/edit?usp=sharing

Davide - Anvil seems conducive to GIS work, will follow up with Shook.



5 minutesWrap-upNext meeting: May 3.

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