- Submission Deadline: 24 December 2022
- First Round: 6 February 2023
- Deadline for Revisions: 6 March 2023
- Second-Round Review Decisions: 7 March 2023
- Deadline for Revision Submissions: 8 March 2023
- Notification of Final Decisions: 10 April 2023
- Publication: September/October 2023
Science gateways serve as connection points, assembling the various components of advanced cyber infrastructure – data collections, instruments, supercomputers, clouds, and analytical tools – behind streamlined, user-friendly interfaces. They are typically a community-developed web portal or a suite of desktop applications. Gateways can provide scalable access to many things: a highly-tuned parallel application running on a supercomputer; a remote instrument like a telescope or electron microscope; a curated data collection; tools to create workflows and visualizations linking these different resources; and collaborative venues to discuss results, share curricula and presentations and more. Gateways enable not only researchers with a common scientific goal, but also students and members of the broader community by providing access to top-tier resources. Gateways provide both a user-centric and a community-centric view (with social networking) of the cyber infrastructure.
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- Patrick Diehl, Louisiana State University
- Rafael Ferreira da Silva, Oak Ridge National Laboratory