The Open Science Grid User School was held at the University of Wisconsin–Madison in July of 2015. The participants were from a wide variety of programs including physics, biology, chemistry, engineering, entomology, statistics and food science. Generally, participants were selected by demonstrating a real need for large-scale computing and by being in a position to transform their scholarly work through computation.
Photo courtesy David Champion, University of Chicago
OSG User School participants submitted information about their experiments and how they either were, or planned to use the knowledge gained from the OSG User School. A sampling of their remarkable work follows. Note, all photos are courtesy of the participants.
This would be the first writeup, starting with the particpant’s name and with their photo on the left. Hopefully it would be interesting without being too long. Somewhere in the nature of 150 words although that is difficult. Also with a quote if possible.