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Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE)

About this event

It is expected that in July 2011 the TeraGrid project will be succeeded by the NSF's eXtreme Digital program, opening a new chapter in cyberinfrastructure by creating the most advanced, powerful, and robust collection of integrated advanced digital resources and services in the world. This talk will introduce the anticipated new program and the XSEDE project which reaches beyond TeraGrid in depth, breadth and most importantly, in potential scientific impact. XSEDE will establish an increasingly virtualized approach to the provision of high-end digital services providing a common framework for researchers at all levels of sophistication and creating a seamless environment from the desktop, to local university resources, to national resources. XSEDE is interested in engaging with all NSF supported researchers as well as the rest of the open scientific community to more effectively support their research and educational objectives requiring high-end digital services.


External visitors contact Barry Schneider bschneid@nsf.gov to arrange badge access to the NSF building