Request for Community Comments on "Community White Paper: The Landscape of High-Performance and Distributed Computing in Polar Science"

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Request for Community Comments on "Community White Paper: The Landscape of High-Performance and Distributed Computing in Polar Science"

Allen Pope
Dear Colleagues,

The NSF funded Polar Computing Research Coordination Network (http://polar-computing.org; NSF#1542110) was tasked with analyzing opportunities and barriers in the uptake of high-performance & distributed computing for polar science. 

Specifically the charge of the RCN was to: (i) Identify opportunities for, and barriers to, greater uptake of High-Performance and Distributed Cyberinfrastructure by polar sciences, (ii) Ensure that plans and designs for new and existing NSF-funded cyberinfrastructure efforts are cognizant of the needs of the Polar Science community, and (iii) Understand how best to educate a new generation of polar scientists in the skills needed to realize the opportunities and potential of HPDC. 

As the RCN draws to a close, this community paper analyzes the state-of-play along these three dimensions. Broad community comments are now being solicited to ensure a diversity of voices are fully considered in the report. 

The draft report is available here: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3372883

Comments can be submitted on Github (https://github.com/polar-computing/CWP/issues) or emailed to [hidden email], with a requested deadline of 30 September 2019. 


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