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CINO November/December Update

Nov 27, 2017, by Emily Nichols
Tags: CINO, Collaborative Innovation Community

Cybersecurity Research Transition to Practice (TTP) Acceleration

The Chief Innovation Office co-hosted two Cybersecurity Research Acceleration Workshops and Showcases with our members in October, supported by Internet2’s NSF Cybersecurity Transition to Practice (TTP) Acceleration award. A total of 28 cybersecurity researchers funded by NSF and DHS presented their research to 59 practitioners and students, representing 42 organizations across the two workshops.

The October 11th workshop co-sponsored with Indiana University’s Center for Trustworthy Scientific Cyberinfrastructure (CTSC) was held at Indiana University – Purdue University in Indianapolis (IUPUI). Many thanks to researchers from Indiana University, Iowa State University, Missouri University of Science & Technology, Ohio State University, Purdue University, University of Chicago, University of Cincinnati, University of Iowa, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University of Kentucky, University of Notre Dame, Vanderbilt University, and Washington University. Additional thanks to our CIO and Industry Perspective Panel featuring speakers from Armored Things, Indiana University, Marshall University, University of Illinois-Chicago, and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

The October 18th workshop co-sponsored with the California Regional Network CENIC was held at the Internet2 Technology Exchange in San Francisco. Academic and industry leaders including CIOs, CTOs and CEOs presented on panels at each workshop to share their cybersecurity needs for the researchers, enabling matchmaking between cybersecurity needs and the cybersecurity researcher assets presented. Many thanks to researchers from Arizona State University, Brigham Young University, Colorado State University, University of California-Berkeley, University of California-Irvine, University of California-San Diego, University of Colorado at Denver, University of Nevada at Reno, University of Oregon, and University of Southern California. Additional thanks to our CIO and Industry Perspective Panel featuring speakers from Cisco, Lehigh University, Stanford University, and University of California at Berkeley.

TechEx

All Collaborative Innovation Community (CINC UP) presentations on NSF Big Data Innovation Hubs, CINC UP Open House, IoT Innovation Working Group and Smart Campus Initiative, and Cybersecurity Research Acceleration Workshop and Showcase held during TechEx are posted on the CINO wiki.

CINC UP Calls

Our next CINC UP call will be Friday, December 1st at 12PM ET, sponsored by the IoT Working Group. Nigel Clark, Senior Director of IoT Industry Solutions at Oracle, will be sharing Oracle’s IoT Platform. A cornerstone of Oracle’s strategy is the delivery of pre-built IoT applications that enable organizations to rapidly deploy and gain value from connected assets, people and spaces. From asset maintenance, through connected worker and production monitoring, Nigel will discuss how customers are deploying Oracle’s IoT platform to drive new innovative services.

Our final 2017 CINC UP call will be Friday, December 15 at 12PM ET, sponsored by the E2ET&S Working Group and Cybersecurity Research Transition to Practice Special Interest Group. Dr. Klara Nahrstedt from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign will share her project 4CeeD: Real-Time Operating Infrastructure for Capturing, Curating, Correlating, Coordinating and Distributing Materials-related Data. Dr. Nahrstedt will present a real-time cloud-based operating infrastructure, called 4CeeD. 4CeeD focuses on the integrated management of materials-to-devices micro-services and data within small to medium size research labs that run shared scientific instruments such as SEM, TEM and X-Rays. The 4CeeD operating infrastructure interconnects the labs’ instruments to the labs’ private clouds, and enables capturing, curating, correlating and coordinating materials-related digital data and metadata in a real-time and trusted manner before archiving and publishing them for wide access and sharing. In particular, she will discuss 4Ceed’s micro-services management and workflow system that supports scientific workflows.

Interested in participating? Email CINO@Internet2.edu.

Stay tuned for announcements on our 2018 CINC UP call line up.