A little bit about us


You can watch our Introductory meeting to the Xpert Network in Here.

Type of Events:

check out all upcoming Events and all Past Events 

Who Should Participate?

  • Members of large projects that maintain pools of CDI application experts
  • Developers of tools that support CDI methods
  • Private-sector participants interested in advancing business and engineering CDI applications
  • Individuals that support CDI research of domain scientists on university campuses and other research organizations

How to Participate?

No sign-up is needed for online meetings. Just join our Zoom Meeting: https://udel.zoom.us/j/5979309764


Join our Zoom Meeting, on March 19, 2020, at 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

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In this meeting, Matthew D. Jones will talk about Open XDMoDan open-source tool to facilitate the management of high-performance computing resources, and how they support their domain scientists at the University of Buffalo.

This will be a presentation of 15 minutes, followed by a discussion. The meeting will begin with brief announcements of upcoming community events by participants.


This event is co-sponsored by the US Research Software Engineer Association



Join Zoom Meeting

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Meeting URL: https://udel.zoom.us/j/5979309764

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Meeting ID: 597 930 9764
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In this video, we will hear from Sergiu Sanielevici about the NIP (the Novel and Innovative Projects) program in XSEDE ECSS. This program is available to join or assist Xperts of all affiliations in exploring and generating projects with non-traditional (multi-disciplinary, data-oriented) users of advanced computing resources.

The presentation files are also accessible here:

Xpert Network, by Rudi Eigenmann

NIP, by Sergiu Sanielevici