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Internet2 Overview:  Internet2 Overview Part 2 Advanced Applications:  Advanced Applications Distributed computation Virtual laboratories Digital libraries Distributed learning Digital video Tele-immersion All of the above in combination apps.internet2.edu Remote Rehearsal for Fine Arts:  Remote Rehearsal for Fine Arts Unique Performance Events:  Unique Performance Events High Performance Video Delivery with Logistical Networking:  High Performance Video Delivery with Logistical Networking Enhanced Surgical Planning:  Enhanced Surgical Planning Training Pre-surgical planning Interoperative segmentation Brain atlas fMRI Ron Kikinis, M.D., Steve Pieper, Ph.D., Simon Warfield, Ph.D. Brigham and Women’s Hospital, NIH, Harvard Medical School Funded by NCRR/NIH New Methods of Health Science Research :  www.nbirn.net New Methods of Health Science Research Improved Medical Training:  Improved Medical Training High bandwidth human interaction Low latency virtual reality Reliable access to computational resources Secure retrieval of medical images and data Source: Parvati Dev Stanford Tele-cubicles and the CAVE:  Source: University of Illinois-Chicago Tele-cubicles and the CAVE Real-time Access to Remote Resources:  Real-time Access to Remote Resources New Instruments for Astronomy:  New Instruments for Astronomy Undersea Oceanography:  Undersea Oceanography Images National Geographic Synthetic Worlds:  Synthetic Worlds Otherwise known as massive multiplayer interactive games Over 5 million “inhabitants” today Doubling every 18 months About 2% of the Internet-connected population age 14-28 spend more time in the synthetic world than in the real world Linked to the real world Physical artifacts like playing cards Ebay auctions for “money” and resources Real people make real money Making Connections Across Technologies:  Making Connections Across Technologies e-VLBI astronomers leverage end-to-end performance tools to fine-tune instrument connectivity Corporate members build on Shibboleth to implement authorization services in products Earthquake researchers routinely use the Internet2 Commons videoconferencing Supporting Network Research:  Supporting Network Research PlanetLab AMP: Active Measurement Platform NLANR PMA: Passive Measurement and Analysis (SDSC, UCSD) 100x100 UltraLight More Internet2 Information:  More Internet2 Information 100 x 100 Project or "100 Megabits to 100 Million Homes" The 100 x 100 Project is a collaboration of researchers from Carnegie Mellon University, Fraser Research, Rice University, the University of California at Berkeley, Stanford University, Internet2, the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center and AT&T Research who are attempting to rebuild the nation's Internet architecture to support speeds of 100 Mb/s to individual homes and small businesses. http://100x100network.org/ Global Lambda Integrated Facility (GLIF) GLIF , the Global Lambda Integrated Facility, is a world-scale Lambda-based Laboratory for application and middleware development on emerging LambdaGrids, where applications rely on dynamically configured networks based on optical wavelengths. http://www.glif.is/ More Internet2 Information:  More Internet2 Information NationalLambda Rail, Inc. (NLR) National LambdaRail, Inc (NLR) is a major initiative of U.S. research universities and private sector technology companies to provide a national scale infrastructure for research and experimentation in networking technologies and applications. NLR puts the control, the power and the promise of experimental network infrastructure in the hands of our nation's scientists and researchers. When complete, NLR will be the largest higher-education owned and managed optical networking and research facility in the world. NLR will initially include four 10 Gbps lightwaves provisioned across approximately 10,000 route miles of dark fiber. http://www.nationallambdarail.org. More Internet2 Information:  More Internet2 Information PlanetLab PlanetLab is an open, globally distributed platform for developing, deploying and accessing planetary-scale network services. PlanetLab nodes support both short-term experiments and long-running network services. To date, more than 200 research projects at top academic institutions have used PlanetLab to experiment with such diverse topics as distributed storage, network mapping, peer-to-peer systems, distributed hash tables, and distributed query processing. http://www.planet-lab.org/ TeraGrid TeraGrid is a multi-year effort to build and deploy the world's largest, fastest, distributed infrastructure for open scientific research. When completed, the TeraGrid will include 20 teraflops of computing power distributed at five sites, facilities capable of managing and storing nearly 1 petabyte of data, high-resolution visualization environments, and toolkits for grid computing. These components will be tightly integrated and connected through a network that will operate at 40 gigabits per second. http://www.teragrid.org More Internet2 Information:  More Internet2 Information Aplicaciones CUDI:  Aplicaciones CUDI Aplicaciones REUNA:  Aplicaciones REUNA Conexión a 6bone, Túneles IPv6 sobre Internet2 Investigador Responsable: Cristian Lazo R. Institución Ejecutora: Universidad Austral de Chile Contraparte Internacional: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México Experimentos de Transmisión Multimedial de Datos Entre Chile y Japón Investigador Responsable: Eduardo Vera S., Director AccessNova Institución Ejecutora: AccesNova - Universidad de Chile Contraparte Internacional: Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) Imágenes Médicas Investigador Responsable: Constantino Utreras D. Institución Ejecutora: Universidad Austral de Chile Contraparte Internacional: Hernán Jara (Boston University – School of Medicine) Aplicación de redes de alta velocidad en Oceanografía Investigador Responsable: Osvaldo Ulloa Institución Ejecutora: Universidad de Concepción Contraparte Internacional: N.A.S.A. Talleres de Diseño Colaborativo en Arquitectura Investigador Responsable: Rodrigo García Institución Ejecutora: Universidad del Bío Bío Contraparte Internacional: Red de Investigación Las Américas – Texas A&M University  Sistema Pedagógico Virtual Investigador Responsable: Yanko Ossandón Institución Ejecutora: Universidad de Tarapacá Contraparte Internacional: The University of Nevada Aplicaciones REUNA:  Aplicaciones REUNA Monitoreo y Control Remoto de Temperatura de un Sistema de Estanque Investigador Responsable: Flavio Torres V. Institución Ejecutora: Universidad de La Frontera Contraparte Internacional: Universidad de Alicante iLab: Actividades de Laboratorio en Ingeniería Eléctrica vía Internet Investigadores Responsables: César San Martín Salas y John Correa Toloza Universidades: Universidad de La Frontera y Universidad del Bío Bío Desarrollo de modelos de realidad virtual para la capacitación en seguridad industrial. Caso Metal mecánico. Proyecto Alfa "Bases para el Desarrollo de Comunidades que Construyan y Compartan Objetos de Aprendizaje". Proyecto Alfa "Sistema de Gestión de Información de la Oferta Docente Estandarizada de Apoyo a la Movilidad de Estudiantes de América Latina y Europa - SIGIES". Proyecto Alfa Grid "Red de Colaboración Latinoamericana-Europea para la Formación en el Uso de Mallas Computacionales para Investigación". Proyecto de Fondos Complementarios para la Participación de Chile en ALICE – América Latina Interconectada con Europa. Transferencia y Adopción de Tecnologias de Redes de Próxima Generación (NGN); Desarrollo de Software y Fabricación del Hardware Asociado. Red Inalámbrica Transversal de Alta Velocidad para el Desarrollo Productivo y Social de la IX Región. EUGRIDLA. Integración del Observatorio Geodésico TIGO a la Iniciativa Mundial de e-VLBI, a través de las Redes Académica Avanzadas More Internet2 Information:  More Internet2 Information The Gemini Observatory The Gemini Observatory provides its twin telescopes with the data transfer capabilities required to handle the enormous amounts of scientific information created by Gemini's sophisticated instrumentation. This link between Gemini's twin, 8-meter telescopes located on Mauna Kea, Hawaii, and on Cerro Pachón in the Chilean Andes was made possible with the support and technology of Internet2 and AMPATH, a Florida International University international Internet exchange point to research institutions in South America. This link will allow astronomers to access skies in both the northern and southern hemispheres without having to travel to Hawaii or Chile." More Internet2 Information:  More Internet2 Information SARA Observatory Astronomers at a six different universities in the southeastern U.S. are able to take advantage of the clear desert skies in Arizona to perform their celestial research without having to leave their campuses. Members of the Southeastern Association for Research in Astronomy (SARA) consortium use Internet2 high-performance networks to remotely control the 0.9-meter Ritchy-Critchen reflecting telescope at Kitt Peak Observatory, located southwest of Tucson, AZ With Internet2, latency is small enough and dropouts rare enough to have essentially no impact on observing.” A typical remote observing session starts with a check on the weather in Tucson. The astronomer then logs on to the telescope control computer using Virtual Network Computing (VNC is a platform independent, client-based system written by AT&T Laboratories), creates directories to hold the images, opens the dome on the telescope, observes, closes the dome on the telescope, and log off VNC. The actual images from the observing session are simply transferred back to any home or office computer using FTP. Grupos de trabajo en CEDIA:  Grupos de trabajo en CEDIA Grupos de trabajo formados para identificar aspectos críticos y formular las mejores prácticas – técnicas y recomendaciones que permitan manejar adecuadamente aspectos asociados con el uso de las redes avanzadas y otras tecnologías que faciliten el acceso rápido y universal a los recursos disponibles en la red. Calidad de Servicio Videoconferencia & Streaming & Multicasting VoIP IPV6 Mediciones Ruteo avanzado Seguridades CERT-SPAM More Internet2 Information:  More Internet2 Information The nanoManipulator An interface to scanning probe microscopes (SPM) allowing users to see, feel, and manipulate samples ranging in size from DNA to single atoms. The nanoManipulator allows the user to control the SPM, view interactive 3D visualizations of the data, and feel the shape of the sample through a forcefeedback device. A nanoManipulator can be used collaboratively by scientists in a "virtual laboratory" environment that allows remote access to a shared microscope and previously collected data. During collaboration, the nanoManipulator transfers video and system control data—all having different bandwidth, loss, and latency (delay) requirements. In contrast to some applications that have "bursty" bandwidth demands, the typical scientific experiment using the nanoManipulator lasts for many hours, creating a long-lived high demand on the network. More Internet2 Information:  More Internet2 Information Remote Microscopy and Distance Learning The Lehigh Microscopy School attracts 100-150 engineers and scientists who receive instruction in a wide variety of microscope techniques. The attendees range from novice users to expert professionals who need to stay current on the latest developments in the field of scanning and analytical electron microscopy. These 4-5 day lecture/lab courses are taught by noted experts and course attendees receive instruction on SEMs and other state-of-the-art instruments. One of these instruments is the Philips XL30FEG SEM located in the Electron Microbeam Analysis Laboratory (EMAL) at the University of Michigan (UM). The Philips line of SEMS was one of the first to be completely computer-controlled, as opposed to the knob and switch “interfaces” on older instruments. Extending its usability via remote-control to an Internet wide audience resulted from the work of Dr. John Mansfield and collaborators. Mansfield, Manager of the North Campus EMAL at UM, explained, “Advanced networks provide the bandwidth and performance required to control the SEM in real-time from anywhere in the world. Remote access extends the use of this extremely costly resource for instructional and collaborative research purposes.” Normally training on an SEM takes place in a cramped microscope room, allowing only 2-3 observers at a time to view the controls and instrument images. More Internet2 Information:  More Internet2 Information Aricebo Observatory As one of the premier facilities for radio/radar astronomy and atmospheric science, the Aricebo Observatory in Puerto Rico is a key component of several large-scale research programs involving multiple instruments around the globe and in space. The 305m telescope's unique sensitivity is needed for quick confirmation of new discoveries within its space and frequency coverage, precise tracking and imaging of small solar system objects which may be visible for only a few days, and measurement of ionospheric effects barely detectable elsewhere. The design of the instrument is shaped by multidisciplinary needs and enables it to respond quickly and flexibly to "targets of opportunity". A remote observing capability is useful for flexible telescope scheduling, as well as for coordinated observing projects with multiple spaced instruments. More Internet2 Information:  More Internet2 Information Tele-vator Excavation Backhoe Tele-vator is a computerized excavation backhole that can be remotely operated over Internet2 High Performance networks. Because of its size and potential criticality of operations (e.g., in rescue hazardous situations) Tele-vator requires a high level of sophisticated two-way feedback, including adequate depth of vision provided via high-definition stereovision. Guaranteed Quality-of-Service (QoS) — such as network bandwith, latency (delay) control, and jitter (variability in delay) control — are essential to insure the quality of the 3D image, audio, and equiptment control channels required by Tele-vator´s remote operators More Internet2 Information:  More Internet2 Information Scanning Electron Microscope The Microscope and Graphic Imaging Center (MAGIC) at Cal State Hayward is developing a model for remote access to scientific instruments. Using high-performance networks provides a way to share a variety of valuable resources with a world-wide audience. By pooling these resources and providing common access and user interfaces, science researchers and educators will have capabilities that no one institution could afford. Prof. Christopher Morgan, Director of Technology at MAGIC, is writing the software that controls remote access to the Philips XL-40 Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) at Cal State. More Internet2 Information:  More Internet2 Information More Internet2 Information:  More Internet2 Information More Internet2 Information:  More Internet2 Information More Internet2 Information:  More Internet2 Information More Internet2 Information:  More Internet2 Information

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