The Pegasus team is very proud of our Mats for his contributions to XSEDE ECSS. Recently, XSEDE posted this story about Mats on their Facebook page: Our ECSS profile series continues today with Mats Rynge from USC Information Sciences … Read More
Why Scientific Workflows?
Scientific workflows are a flexible representation to declaratively express applications with data and control dependencies, and are mainstream in domains such as astronomy, physics, climate science, earthquake science, biology, and others. Learn more.
The SciTech research group aims to empower the scientific community by tightening the relations between the domain scientists and current computational resources. As a result, scientists can focus on their research questions, while our open-source tools provide the computational foundations to seamlessly run their experiments and analyses in local and distributed resources.
We provide tools to automate and advance scientific analyses from the scientist's desktop to clouds and world-class supercomputers. Learn more.
ISI research director Ewa Deelman has been named a 2018 Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Deelman, who also holds a faculty appointment as research professor of computer science at USC’s Viterbi School of Engineering, … Read More
A recently funded NSF project aim to use Pegasus workflows for integrating Molecular Dynamics Simulation and analytics, so that changes in molecular properties can be detected quickly. The project also includes workflow experts from the University of Southern California Information Sciences … Read More
Since October 2016, Rosa Filgueira has been working at the British Geological Survey (BGS) as a Senior Data Scientist. She is involved in a variety of national and international research projects where she applies different technologies from Data Science and … Read More
In March of 2013 I visited ISI and presented on what was then the fledging Center for Trustworthy Scientific Cyberinfrastructure (CTSC), an effort to provide the NSF community with cybersecurity expertise and leadership. It’s been nearly five years since and … Read More
By Emily Gersema, USC News The Nobel Prize-winning discovery that gravitational waves exist in the universe, which in turn further confirmed Albert Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, was made possible in part by a collaboration with USC computer scientists. … Read More
The Pegasus team is pleased to announce that it has received a new grant from the National Science Foundation to support new development and maintenance of the Pegasus Workflow Management System. It will support Pegasus for the next 5 years … Read More
Clear trends in the past and current petascale systems (i.e., Jaguar and Titan) and the new generation of systems that will transition us toward exascale (i.e., Aurora and Summit) outline how concurrency and peak performance are growing dramatically, however, I/O … Read More