Category Archives: earthquake science

e-Science – towards the cloud: infrastructures, applications and research

The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A has just published a special issue entitled: “e-Science – towards the cloud: infrastructures, applications and research.”  The issue contains 12 papers that are considered “best in show” at the U. K. e-Science … Continue reading

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How To Use Cloud Computing To Do Astronomy

This is a talk I gave jointly with my colleague Ewa Deelman (ISI, USC) at Caltech on May 9. I have had a number of requests to post the slides, so I will do so here:  Cloud IPAC May 9 gbb … Continue reading

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Cloud Presentation at UK e-Science 2011

Well, back from vacation a little early! Today, I gave a talk at the UK e-Science 2011 Conference in York, England. The theme for this year’s meeting is Towards the Cloud: Infrastructures, Applications, Research.  I was asked if I would … Continue reading

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A New Release Of The Pegasus Workflow Management System

My colleagues at the Information Sciences Institute, University of Southern California have recently released version 3.1.0 of the Pegasus Workflow Management System. I have been working with the Pegasus team for many years now, and in a future post, I … Continue reading

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