Greetings to all members of the CaRCC People Network!
Mark your calendars for these upcoming People Network calls (Zoom details at the end). For handy calendar entries, try the CaRCC Events Calendar. We also highlight other calls from our RCD Ecosystem partners and collaborators.
And mark your calendars for the annual CaRCC Winter Party, December 8, 1-2:30pm ET / 10-11:30am PT!
If you’re not on our mailing lists, please fill out the Join the People Network form and join our Slack channels.
CaRCC People Network Calls
The ICPSR Research Data Ecosystem, Jeannette Jackson, University of Michigan ICPSR
Tue, Nov 1, 1p ET/ 12p CT/ 11a MT/ 10a PT
The Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) is an international consortium of more than 750 academic institutions and research organizations. The ICPSR provides leadership and training in data access, curation, and methods of analysis for the social science research community and is building the Research Data Ecosystem (RDE) funded by the National Science Foundation. The RDE will make research data accessible to broaden participation in the frontiers of scientific research. It will accomplish this goal by modernizing the existing software platform so that it supports the entire research lifecycle with an enhanced user experience to increase the ability of researchers to safely and securely access, connect, store, and manipulate data. This presentation will present some of the challenges and experience in implementation of the RDE along with details about implementation, access and usage.
Highlights from CASC, EDUCAUSE, and the NSF Cybersecurity Summit, reports and discussion
Wed, Nov 2, 12p ET/ 11a CT/ 10a MT/ 9a PT
Welcome everyone to this new track and our Strategy and Policy-Facing community! This session will provide a community update on recent (external) meetings of interest – CASC, EDUCAUSE, and the TrustedCI / NSF Cybersecurity Summit. A number of our steering committee members will provide reports and answer questions.
Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer, Salmaan Quader J.D. Ph.D, Chief IP Counsel, The Jackson Laboratory, TBD – University Tech Transfer Representative
Thu, Nov 10, 1p ET/ 12p CT/ 11a MT/ 10a PT
Intellectual property and technology transfer are important parts of many universities’ research and development initiatives. The capture of intellectual property helps protect the discoveries as well as provide a mechanism for monetization of the discoveries. With increasing focus on digital processing and research, it is important that research computing professionals understand what is needed for intellectual property capture and how platforms as well as permission settings can impact the ability of researchers seeking to capture intellectual property. This CaRCC Researcher-Facing talk will cover the introduction to intellectual property capture as well as one organization’s example of how captured intellectual property is transferred to external users.
There will be no Emerging Centers call for November! Hope to meet some of you in person at SC22!
There will be no Systems-Facing call for November!
Instead we want to remind all interested to register/attend this year’s HPCSYSPROS22 (https://sighpc-syspros.org/workshops/2022/) workshop, held in conjunction with SC22. This year’s half day workshop will be held Monday Nov 14th from 1:30pm – 5:00pm CST. See the above links for more info on the workshop as well as SC22, and join us for a social gathering the day before, to meet people and see some faces again!
HPCSYSPROS & CaRCC Systems-Facing Social @ Pegasus City Brewery
Sunday November 13th 5:30pm – 8:00pm
Location: Pegasus City Brewery, 1508 Commerce St, Dallas, TX 75201
https://goo.gl/maps/UthdKmWhtfz4LWfw5, food carry-ins allowed.
Additional Community Opportunities
Nov 10 at 12p ET/ 9a PT (2nd Thursdays/2nd Fridays): US Research Software Engineers monthly community call. See https://us-rse.org/calendar/ for more information.
CaRCC Calls and Zoom
All calls will take place within a Zoom room communicated via email. Please help us keep these details secure (non-public), but feel free to share with a colleague.
CaRCC and the People Network
The CaRCC (Campus Research Computing Consortium) People Network, aims “to foster, build and grow an inclusive community (termed the ‘People Network’) for campus CI, research computing and data professionals.” If you have received this email NOT via CaRCC’s People Network, and you would like to join, please fill in our mailing list request form and join us on Slack!
Interested members of the People Network need not subscribe to a particular track to participate in calls. Additional details for track members, including notes documents and any pre-call activities, will be distributed ahead of the call via the email lists and other communication channels within each track.