Agenda Posted for GlobusWorld 2018 in Chicago

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The good folks at GlobusWorld 2018 have posted their speaker agenda. The meeting takes place April 25-26 in Chicago.

Our theme for 2018 is Connecting your Research Universe. When it’s easy for researchers to move and share data across any location (e.g. campus clusters, XSEDE systems, lab servers, scientific instruments, archival storage, commercial clouds), they can collaborate more successfully and get to results faster. Globus now makes this possible, with connectivity to virtually any storage location via a single, easy to use interface. It has never been simpler to connect the universe of research data to the researchers who need it.

GlobusWorld brings together researchers, systems administrators, developers and IT leaders from top computing centers, labs and universities around the U.S. The event is designed to provide new insights into managing research data and storage at scale, as well as building and using cutting-edge applications, portals and gateways.

We have a great list of talks including a keynote by Alex Szalay of Johns Hopkins and lightning talks by NCSA, Harvard, Stanford, NCAR, University of Michigan, KAUST, Berkeley Lab, Oak Ridge Lab, Argonne APS, Chicago Booth, University of Minnesota and more. Check out our Day 2 tutorials on topics like Automating Workflows, Data Sharing Best Practices, Jupyter Notebooks, Leveraging Globus in Web Applications, Data Publication and Discovery and more.

The Globus team will also be hosting “office hours” throughout the day on Thursday — so bring your toughest questions and let us help!

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