The 5th Global Research Platform Workshop

September 16-17, 2024
Osaka, Japan
Co-located with 20th IEEE International Conference on e-Science

ABOUT

THE 5th GLOBAL RESEARCH PLATFORM WORKSHOP


September 16-17, 2024
Osaka, Japan

The Global Research Platform (GRP) is an international scientific collaboration to create innovative advanced ubiquitous services that integrate resources around the globe at speeds of gigabits and terabits per second, especially for large-scale data-intensive science research. GRP focuses on the design, implementation, and operation strategies for next-generation distributed services and infrastructure to facilitate high-performance data gathering, analytics, transport, computing, and storage among multiple science sites at 100 Gbps or higher. GRP community partners are in North America, South America, Europe, the Middle East and Australia, and work together to customize international fabrics and distributed cyberinfrastructure to support optimal data-intensive scientific workflows.

The 5th GRP Workshop (5GRP) focuses on recent and emerging advances in architectures, services, technologies, and infrastructures. Speakers present their innovations and explain how their work directly supports global science research. The 5GRP Workshop program consists of six themes:
  • Large-Scale Global Science
  • Next-Generation Research Platforms
  • Orchestration Among Multiple Domains
  • High-Capacity WAN Transport, High-Fidelity Flow Monitoring, Visualization, Analytics, Diagnostic Algorithms, Event Correlation AI/ML/DL
  • International Testbeds for Data-Intensive Science and the Transition to Tbps-800G-400G WANs
  • Enhancements of Major R&E Networks and Open Exchange Points
RELATED MEETING
5GRP is co-located with the 20th IEEE International Conference on e-Science. Both audiences share common interests, content, and culture. Co-location provides attendees with the option to register for both events.
REGISTRATION
The eScience Registration website will open in early June for IEEE Members and Non-Members. Early registration ends August 12, followed by Late Registration.
TRAVEL, VENUE, and HOTEL
The eScience website, under the pulldown TRAVEL menu, has information on:
  • Hotel Accommodations
  • Venue
  • Travel
  • Visa information
  • Information about Osaka
ORGANIZERS
Chair
Joe Mambretti, International Center for Advanced Internet Research (iCAIR), Northwestern University

Coordinator
Maxine Brown, Electronic Visualization Laboratory, University of Illinois Chicago

Website
Fei Yeh, Northwestern University

PROGRAM
The 5GRP Workshop Program is in preparation.
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