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The Southern California Earthquake Center

SCEC sponsors research of earthquake phenomena in Southern California, including fault-system dynamics, earthquake physics, seismic wave propagation, and seismic hazard analysis.

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GLOBUS for Grid Computing

Globus is open source grid software that addresses the most challenging problems in distributed resource sharing it is used to visualize earthquake simulation data, to manage large datasets generated by colliders such as those at CERN, and to provide access to climate data.

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Private Secrets, Data Sharing and Trust in Science

Privacy, transparency and trust are all important to science and research. Watch a video presentation Vice President Randolph Hall gave on these topics at the Elsevier conference here. Password: elsevier2017

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