Doru Marcusiu

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TeraGrid is a national-scale computational science facility supported through a partnership among thirteen institutions, with funding from the US National Science Foundation [1]. Initially created through a Major Research Equipment Facilities Construction (MREFC [2]) award in 2001, the TeraGrid facility began providing production computing, storage,(More)
Science gateways have emerged as a concept for allowing large numbers of users in communities to easily access high-performance computing resources which previously required a steep learning curve to utilize. In order to reduce the complexity of managing access for these communities, which can often be large and dynamic, the concept of community accounts is(More)
SUMMARY NEESgrid, the system integration component of the NEES project, links earthquake researchers across the U.S. with leading-edge computing resources and research equipment, allowing collaborative teams (including remote participants) to plan, perform, and publish their experiments. The integrated tools and components made available by NEESgrid enable(More)
The NEESgrid project is revolutionizing the way earthquake engineering (EE) researchers collaborate to plan, perform, share and publish research even while being geographically separated. The proposed demonstration is in complement to the NEESgrid paper titled "Distributed Hybrid Earthquake Engineering Experiments: Experiences with a Ground-Shaking Grid(More)
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