Re: [ba-ohs-talk] OHS & the "now" enterprises, incl. CITRIS Kickoff
You peaked my interest, but first thing to look after is two sentences in your post that need
2nd par. "If so then"
6th par. "oes any body affiliated with the Bootstrap Institute" (03)
"John J. Deneen" wrote: (05)
> Relative to "Augmenting Big-Time", yesterday, I attended a CITRIS
> kickoff meeting at UC Berkeley. FYI, the following link is a 7.3 MB
> powerpoint slide presentation. Notice Prof. Yoo's "Type A, B, C"
> nomenclature for Reseacher Networking Needs (A), Production like
> Networking Needs (B), and Both Networking Needs (C) for Societal-Scale
> Also, I met and volunteered to help the new CITRIS director (Ruzena
> Bajcsy) with the use of collaborative e-mail services for writing white
> papers for more grants, etc. So is there anyone else interested in
> helping with the "bootstrapping process" for developing Societal-Scale
> Applications? If so, then
> Since the inception of California Institutes for Science and Innovation,
> the planning of high-speed research networks has made a significant
> progress, and currently this effort is through cooperation between
> CENIC, UC, and collaborating campuses. In northern California, CITRIS
> has made plans for a very high-speed network to support high-bandwidth
> applications and experimental research needs
> Also, in southern California, CalIT2 has led LambdaGrid efforts in the
> San Diego and Irvine area. Joining CENIC?s forward-looking Optical
> Networking Initiative, 4 CISIs have formed a technical working group to
> address the research networking issues.
> UCOP has now asked for the four Institutes to create, on a short time
> scale, a white paper on what the driving applications are that require
> such a network and what needs to be funded besides what CENIC is already
> doing at the State level. There was a very successful workshop in
> Southern California led by CalIT2 director Larry Smarr on February 5.
> This workshop is the
> second in the series amplifying the success, working towards the common
> collaborative goal. We expect many more workshops to follow.
> oes any body affiliated with the Bootstrap Institute (06)