Research platforms and portals (RPPs) provide a Web-based gateway to data and functionality. The Compute Canada national platform for advanced research computing hosts over 50 RPPs, spanning all scientific disciplines and interests. Some portals serve a small number of researchers or research groups, while others handle thousands of users around the world.
This panel will discuss the importance of Research Platforms for current scientific communities. A panel of world-class scientists will discuss the success and challenges they experience in building platforms for their communities. Audience Q&A and discussion will be encouraged.
Moderator: Marc-Etienne Rousseau (Compute Canada Chief Software Architect)
- Brian Corrie (iReceptor Platform, SFU)
- Fiona Brinkman (Integrated Rapid Infectious Disease Analysis Portal, SFU)
- James Colliander (Jupyter Hub Platform, Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences)
- John Simpson (Digital Humanities Technical Specialist, Compute Canada)
- Research Computing - Research Portals