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7th Sci-GaIA workshop - Interview to Eng. Martin Nzomo

Martin Nzomo
This video belongs to the playlist of all the recordings related to the Sci-GaIA Workshop on "e-Infrastructures and Open Science in support of Public Health" (https://goo.gl/gWAAH) and contains an interview to one its participants. For more information about the workshop, please visit https://agenda.ct.infn.it/e/scigaia-seventh-workshop. For more information about the Sci-GaIA project, please visit http://www.sci-gaia.eu.

How to benefit from interfederating through eduGAIN

The GÉANT Tv
Why should online service providers and identity-providing organisations join an identity federation? Why should they say "yes!" to being inter-federated through the GÉANT eduGAIN service? This video highlights the benefits for service providers and identity providers, as well as explains the principles involved and shows how such collaboration ultimately benefits research and education. For more information about eduGAIN, visit http://www.edugain.org.

Analysis with the Africa Grid Science Gateway of LEP Data from the ALEPH Collaboration year 2000 datafile ZD4000.50.AL

Roberto Barbera, Bruno Riccardo, , , &
This is the software of a JSR 286 compliant "portlet" installed on the Africa Grid Science Gateway that allows the analysis of the dataset mentioned in the title. Click on the External link below to be automatically re-directed to the execution page of the portlet on the Science Gateway.

Sci-GaIA Deliverable D3.1 - Guidelines to setup and configure an appliance for the deployment of standard compliant open access repositories

R Barbera, R Ricceri & M Torrisi
This deliverable presents the template of a standards-compliant Open Access repository, delivered by the project as a fully-functional, reproducible, proof of principle – a contextualised template of good practice which communities can refer to or even re-use directly. We also report on the current state of activities. Guidelines to install and configure a virtual appliance containing the template repositories are also mentioned.

Second video-lecture of the \"Course on how to turn web-based services into Service Providers of Identity Federations\"

Andrea Biancini
The video contains the second lecture of the "Course on how to turn web-based services into Service Providers of Identity Federations" given by GARR (the Italian National Research & Education Network) for the Sci-GaIA project.

Fourth video-lecture of the \"Course on how to turn web-based services into Service Providers of Identity Federations\"

Andrea Biancini
The video contains the fourth lecture of the "Course on how to turn web-based services into Service Providers of Identity Federations" given by GARR (the Italian National Research & Education Network) for the Sci-GaIA project.

Energising Scientific Endeavour through Science Gateways and e-Infrastructures in Africa

Simon J. E. Taylor
The presentation introduces the Sci-GaIA project. It is given at the networking session "Towards global research e-Infrastructures for 2020 and beyond", as part of the ICT2015 program. For more information about the session visit http://agenda.ct.infn.it/event/1170/.

The Sci-GaIA's vision and implementation of an Open Science Commons Platform for Africa

R. Barbera
The presentation introduces the concepts of Open Science and Open Science Commons and then outlines the Open Science Commons platform conceived and implemented by the Sci-GaIA project. The presentation has been given in the context of the Sci-GaIA Workshop on Open Science held in Maputo (Mozambique) on the 18th of November 2015. For more information about the event, visit http://agenda.ct.infn.it/e/sci-gaia-first-workshop.

Video-tutorial on how to upload research products on the Sci-GaIA Open Access Repository

R. Barbera
The video shows how to upload research products (documents, images and audio-video recordings) on the Sci-GaIA Open Access Repository (http://oar.sci-gaia.eu).

Virtual appliance configured to mount the CODE-RADE CVMFS

R Barbera, B Becker, R Ricceri & M Torrisi
This is a VM based on CVMFS to dynamically deploy and run applications on sites belonging to the Africa & Arabia ROC. See the state of applications at http://ci.sagrid.ac.za Propose your own, or contribute to existing ones. CODE-RADE is Open.

First lecture of the \"Course on how to turn web-based services into Service Providers of Identity Federations\"

Andrea Biancini
The presentation contains the first lecture of the "Course on how to turn web-based services into Service Providers of Identity Federations" given by GARR (the Italian National Research & Education Network) for the Sci-GaIA project.

Second lecture of the \"Course on how to turn web-based services into Service Providers of Identity Federations\"

Andrea Biancini
The presentation contains the second lecture of the "Course on how to turn web-based services into Service Providers of Identity Federations" given by GARR (the Italian National Research & Education Network) for the Sci-GaIA project.

Sci-GaIA Winter School - Lesson 4 Part 7

Antonio Calanducci
The video contains the seventh and last part of the Fourth Lesson of the Sci-GaIA Winter School. The school can be followed online at http://courses.sci-gaia.eu/courses/UNICT/WS2015/201603_01_31/about.

iGrid - Smart Grid Capacity Development and Enhancement in Tanzania

Aron Kondoro
Use case to design, implement, demonstrate, test and validate an autonomous solar-powered LVDC nanogrid prototype, serving an off-grid community of 10-100 households that can also be integrated in a higher voltage AC/DC grid if needed, as part of of a bigger strategy to ensure access to reliable and affordable electrical power supply to all communities. (especially rural). Presentation done on Summer Hackfest at Catania,Italy on 6/7/2016

Human Brain MRI image

Benjamin Aribisala
Brain MRI of human

Open Science in Education: the Sci-GaIA Winter School and the e-Research Summer Hackfest experiences

Roberto Barbera
The presentation was given at the Sci-GaIA Workshop on "Open Science in Support of Education" (http://agenda.ct.infn.it/e/sci-gaia-third-workshop).

An Open Science Platform to enable the Triangle of Knowledge

Roberto Barbera
The presentation was given at the Technology Transfer Alliance Workshop on "Challenge Driven Education" (http://agenda.ct.infn.it/event/1232).

iGRID

Aron Kondoro
The poster describes the architecture of one of the Sci-GaIA project "champion" use cases proposed for the e-Research Summer Hackfest (see http://www.sci-gaia.eu/summer-hackfest). The use case regards the development of a Science Gateway for the iGrid project, which aims at deploying a Smart Grid in rural areas of Tanzania to drive capacity development and enhancement. The poster has been presented at the Sci-GaIA Workshop on "Open Science in Support of Education", which was held in Dar...

Technology Transfer Alliance Collaboration Platform (TTA)

Diana Rwegasira
The poster describes the architecture of one of the Sci-GaIA project "champion" use cases proposed for the e-Research Summer Hackfest (see http://www.sci-gaia.eu/summer-hackfest). The use case regards the development and deployment of the Collaboration Platform of the Technology Transfer Alliance (TTA). The TTA is a non-for-profit network of universities interested in: (i) having an impact on development of the societies in which they exist; (ii) problem-oriented, project-driven learning with a focus on innovation and entrepreneurship; and...

e-Research Summer Hackfest: The gLibrary framework

Antonio Calanducci
In this presentatiom we introduce gLibrary 2.0, a platform that permits to create REST APIs over existing databases or new datasets. It supports both relational and non-relational (i.e. schema-less) datasets. It also provides data storage services to Grid and Cloud (OpenStack-based) Storage Servers. After a general overview and the architecture, we will show live how to create a new repository, importing data collections from an existing database, creating new collections from scratch, make queries and...

e-Research Summer Hackfest: The Sci-GaIA project and introduction to the hackfest

Roberto Barbera
The presentation introduces the concept of Open Science and presents the Sci-GaIA project (http://www.sci-gaia.eu), its activities and its Open Science Platform (http://www.sci-gaia.eu/osp). The presentation is presenting during of the inaugural lecture given at the e-Research Summer Hackfest (http://www.sci-gaia.eu/summer-hackfest).

e-Research Summer Hackfest: The FutureGateway framework - APIs

Riccardo Bruno
The FutureGateway provides also a complete set of REST APIs to manage distributed computing resources, that are also briefly described. The set of videos also show how to setup a FutureGateway instance making use of several baseline installation scripts. It is also shown how to manage, maintain and update the system. The usage of several REST APIs is also presented by means of real examples.

e-Research Summer Hackfest: The Ophidia platform

Alessandro D'Anca
In thispresentation we introduce and present the Ophidia project, which is a research effort on big data analytics facing scientific data analysis challenges in the climate change domain. Ophidia provides declarative, server-side, and parallel data analysis, jointly with an internal storage model able to efficiently deal with multidimensional data and a hierarchical data organization to manage large data volumes (“datacubes”). The project relies on a strong background on high performance database management and OLAP systems...

e-Research Summer Hackfest: The Ophidia platform - Tutorial

Alessandro D'Anca
In this presentation we introduce and present the Ophidia project, which is a research effort on big data analytics facing scientific data analysis challenges in the climate change domain. Ophidia provides declarative, server-side, and parallel data analysis, jointly with an internal storage model able to efficiently deal with multidimensional data and a hierarchical data organization to manage large data volumes (“datacubes”). The project relies on a strong background on high performance database management and OLAP...

The Sci-GaIA Newsletter - Issue no. 1 - July 2015

The Sci-GaIA Consortium
The Sci-GaIA Partnership is very pleased to bring to your attention the latest developments in the field of Africa-EU cooperation on e-Infrastructures. The Sci-GaIA project aims at creating a sustainable foundation of educational materials and procedures for the development and management of Science Gateways and e-Infrastructures in Africa and beyond. We do hope that you will enjoy reading this first issue of our newsletter! Best regards, The Sci-GaIA Partnership

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