MS-CC Workshop

MS-CC Workshop on Science DMZ and Networking for All

at 2023 Internet2 Technology Exchange Conference

MS-CC at the 2023 Internet2 Technology Exchange Conference 

Join us in Minneapolis! The MS-CC is hosting a Science DMZ and Networking for All workshop on Monday, Sept. 18, in Minneapolis during the 2023 Internet2 Technology Exchange (TechEX23) conference. This workshop will be an introduction to open-source tools, networking terminology, and hands-on learning. A basic understanding of computer networks is required.

Workshop Details

Sept. 18, 2023 | 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CT | Marquette III at the Hilton Minneapolis Hotel 

The workshop is facilitated by the Cyberinfrastructure Lab of the University of South Carolina and made possible thanks to support and funding from the NSF’s Office of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure under awards #2137123 and #2234326. 

Funding Support Available

The MS-CC is providing funding for up to 25 faculty, students, and IT staff from historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) and tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) who are part of the MS-CC community. Application is closed.

The funding will cover the registration fees for the TechEX 101 working meeting, Science DMZ and Networking for All workshop, and TechEX23 conference, hotel stay at the Hilton Minneapolis, and airfare to Minneapolis. 

The MS-CC will notify the successful applicants and provide additional information on how to register and book their travel no later than Wednesday, August 23, 2023. 

Your Week in Minneapolis* | Sept. 18 - 22

*for funded participants.

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The MS-CC is funded by NSF’s Office of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure under awards #2137123 and #2234326