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2016 Member Forum Opening Remarks
2016 Member forum, Opening remarks, dave marble
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6/23/2016 2:00:00 PM
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2017 Member Forum Dr Karl Asperlund
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6/23/2017 2:00:00 PM
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2017 Member Forum Jonathan Santos-Silva
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6/23/2017 2:00:00 PM
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2017 Member Forum Kevin Longo
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6/23/2017 2:00:00 PM
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2017 Member Forum Nancy Freeman
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6/23/2017 2:00:00 PM
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2017 Member Forum Nick Phelps
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6/23/2017 2:00:00 PM
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2017 Member Forum Paul Barrette
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6/23/2017 2:00:00 PM
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2017 Member Forum Russell Beauchemin - CBE
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6/23/2017 2:00:00 PM
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2017 Member Forum Russell Beauchemin - Security
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6/23/2017 2:00:00 PM
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2017 Member Forum Sizzle
Member Forum -2017- Sizzle
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6/23/2017 2:00:00 PM
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2017 Member Forum Welcome
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6/23/2017 2:00:00 PM
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Chet Kanojia
Chaitanya “Chet” Kanojia is founder and CEO of Starry, Inc., a Boston- and New York- based technology company focused on re-imagining and revolutionizing how consumers connect to the internet by developing an eco-system of products designed to make broadband access simple and affordable. Prior to Starry, Chet was the founder and CEO of Aereo, Inc., the groundbreaking online television platform that enabled consumers to record and watch live HD broadcast television on virtually any type of Internet-connected device via a cloud- based OTA antenna and DVR. Previously, Chet was the founder and CEO of Navic Networks. Like Aereo, Navic Networks addressed the challenges of today’s highly fragmented media landscape. Under Chet’s direction, Navic Networks grew to be the undisputed industry leader in advanced television advertising. In 2008, Navic Networks was acquired by Microsoft. Chet holds more than 14 patents in fields ranging from robotics to data communications systems and is an innovative leader known for pushing beyond the conventional and developing breakthrough solutions. He has been recognized as one of the "Top Disruptors of 2013" by Forbes magazine, noted as part of Vanity Fair's 2013 "Next Establishment List” and named one of Inc. Magazine’s 2013 “Entrepreneurs of the Year.” Aereo's technology was also named one of TIME magazine's Top 50 Best Websites (2012) and a Top 50 Technology (2013) by MIT Technology Review. Chet holds a master's degree in Computer Systems Engineering from Northeastern University in Boston and a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the National Institute of Technology in Bhopal, India. He resides in Newton, Massachusetts with his wife and two children.
Chet Kanojia
6/21/2018 4:33:45 PM
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Chris Rezendes
Chris Rezendes
6/21/2018 4:38:30 PM
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Dan McKee
Daniel J. McKee was sworn in as the 69th lieutenant governor of Rhode Island on Jan. 6, 2015. Dan ran for lieutenant governor to create more economic opportunity for all Rhode Island families and to help build solvent communities and better public schools. As a private citizen, small businessman and elected official, he has spent his adult life advocating for positive change in Rhode Island. His record is one of strong fiscal management, visionary education initiatives and thoughtful economic development. Dan has a history of taking tough economic situations and turning them around. When he first became mayor of Cumberland, the town's finances were in shambles and its bond rating was close to junk status. Under his leadership, the rating was upgraded and, by the time he left office, Cumberland's finances were strong. Dan has brought together mayors and other municipal leaders to save cities and towns millions of dollars in health care costs and push for adequate school funding. He successfully advocated for legislation that has changed the way the state approaches education. He worked diligently to establish Rhode Island Mayoral Academies, high-performing, diverse, regional public schools governed by mayor-led school boards. Dan has served on the U.S. Conference of Mayors Task Force on Public Education and U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan's Mayors Advisory Council. In 2009, he was honored with the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools' "Champion for Charters" award. His tenure at the State House will be marked by the same leadership approach. He will use the lieutenant governor's office to support small businesses, improve the state's economic situation and be a champion of Rhode Island's cities and towns, which have been underrepresented. Under an executive order signed by Gov. Gina Raimondo in February 2015, Dan will lead an effort to help municipalities share services and pursue regionalization to promote efficiencies and cost savings. He also will serve on the executive committee of the National Lieutenant Governors Association. He is co-chair of the NLGA's Energy Committee and a member of its Education Committee. Dan is a lifelong Rhode Islander who graduated from Cumberland High School. He holds a bachelor's degree in political science and education from Assumption College in Massachusetts and a master's degree in public administration from Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government. He has owned and operated successful small businesses in the Blackstone Valley for three decades. Dan has been a member of the board of directors of the Boys and Girls Club of Cumberland-Lincoln for 25 years and served as a youth basketball coach. Dan and his wife Susan have two grown children, Matt and Kara.
Dan McKee
6/21/2018 4:40:32 PM
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David Marble
David Marble is the President and CEO of OSHEAN Inc. in North Kingstown, Rhode Island. David brings over 30 years of experience in technology companies. He is experienced in operations planning, budget development and management as well as technical planning and project management. David is also on the Board of Directors and Secretary for the Northeast Research and Education Network (NEREN) as well as on the Board of Directors and Chair of the CEO Roundtable for The Quilt (The National REN coalition). David was the co-founder and director of operations of the Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL). AAEEBL established affiliations and collaborations with nearly all worldwide ePortfolio initiatives and cultivated membership of over one hundred academic institutions. He is also the founding member of MetaLearning, a strategic consulting group working in the use of technology for advanced learning environments. From 2001- 2007, David was the Chief Operating Officer and VP of Business Development for TAZZ Networks working in policy networking and prior to that was VP of Optical Networks for Lucent.
Dave Marble
6/21/2018 4:41:58 PM
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Demo for RIPBS 1
Welcome to WSBE, Rhode Island's only public television station WSBE has a proud tradition of producing and presenting award-winning content that spans the interests of preschoolers to senior citizens. True to our mission of engaging viewers of all ages since 1967, we look forward to bridging generations for years to come. As television, we are Rhode Island's most accessible learning resource. We are committed to the principle of lifelong learning, and carry that message "beyond the box" into the community. With that commitment and our mission at our core, our vision is to help build a better and stronger community where: The individual is inspired and empowered to achieve Neighbors connect with each other and their community The citizenry is informed and motivated Perspective and understanding expand Arts and sciences are appreciated, supported, and shared Tradition is honored while new ideas are welcomed Lessons of our past inform decisions about our future Public discussion is open, fair, and respectful You are the public in public television. Together, you and WSBE continue to make learning an enjoyable lifelong journey. Sincerely, David W. Piccerelli and the WSBE Rhode Island PBS Staff David W. Piccerelli, President Email: dpiccer@ripbs.org Phone: 401-222-3636
David Piccerelli, President and CEO, WSBE
9/11/2018 10:19:54 AM
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Demo for RIPBS 2
Welcome to WSBE, Rhode Island's only public television station WSBE has a proud tradition of producing and presenting award-winning content that spans the interests of preschoolers to senior citizens. True to our mission of engaging viewers of all ages since 1967, we look forward to bridging generations for years to come. As television, we are Rhode Island's most accessible learning resource. We are committed to the principle of lifelong learning, and carry that message "beyond the box" into the community. With that commitment and our mission at our core, our vision is to help build a better and stronger community where: The individual is inspired and empowered to achieve Neighbors connect with each other and their community The citizenry is informed and motivated Perspective and understanding expand Arts and sciences are appreciated, supported, and shared Tradition is honored while new ideas are welcomed Lessons of our past inform decisions about our future Public discussion is open, fair, and respectful You are the public in public television. Together, you and WSBE continue to make learning an enjoyable lifelong journey. Sincerely, David W. Piccerelli and the WSBE Rhode Island PBS Staff David W. Piccerelli, President Email: dpiccer@ripbs.org Phone: 401-222-3636
David Piccerelli, President and CEO, WSBE
9/26/2018 10:19:54 AM
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Demo for RIPBS 3
Welcome to WSBE, Rhode Island's only public television station WSBE has a proud tradition of producing and presenting award-winning content that spans the interests of preschoolers to senior citizens. True to our mission of engaging viewers of all ages since 1967, we look forward to bridging generations for years to come. As television, we are Rhode Island's most accessible learning resource. We are committed to the principle of lifelong learning, and carry that message "beyond the box" into the community. With that commitment and our mission at our core, our vision is to help build a better and stronger community where: The individual is inspired and empowered to achieve Neighbors connect with each other and their community The citizenry is informed and motivated Perspective and understanding expand Arts and sciences are appreciated, supported, and shared Tradition is honored while new ideas are welcomed Lessons of our past inform decisions about our future Public discussion is open, fair, and respectful You are the public in public television. Together, you and WSBE continue to make learning an enjoyable lifelong journey. Sincerely, David W. Piccerelli and the WSBE Rhode Island PBS Staff David W. Piccerelli, President Email: dpiccer@ripbs.org Phone: 401-222-3636
David Piccerelli, President and CEO, WSBE
9/27/2018 10:19:54 AM
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Demo for RIPBS 4
Welcome to WSBE, Rhode Island's only public television station WSBE has a proud tradition of producing and presenting award-winning content that spans the interests of preschoolers to senior citizens. True to our mission of engaging viewers of all ages since 1967, we look forward to bridging generations for years to come. As television, we are Rhode Island's most accessible learning resource. We are committed to the principle of lifelong learning, and carry that message "beyond the box" into the community. With that commitment and our mission at our core, our vision is to help build a better and stronger community where: The individual is inspired and empowered to achieve Neighbors connect with each other and their community The citizenry is informed and motivated Perspective and understanding expand Arts and sciences are appreciated, supported, and shared Tradition is honored while new ideas are welcomed Lessons of our past inform decisions about our future Public discussion is open, fair, and respectful You are the public in public television. Together, you and WSBE continue to make learning an enjoyable lifelong journey. Sincerely, David W. Piccerelli and the WSBE Rhode Island PBS Staff David W. Piccerelli, President Email: dpiccer@ripbs.org Phone: 401-222-3636
David Piccerelli, President and CEO, WSBE
9/27/2018 10:19:54 AM
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Demo for RIPBS 4 at WSBE
Welcome to WSBE, Rhode Island's only public television station WSBE has a proud tradition of producing and presenting award-winning content that spans the interests of preschoolers to senior citizens. True to our mission of engaging viewers of all ages since 1967, we look forward to bridging generations for years to come. As television, we are Rhode Island's most accessible learning resource. We are committed to the principle of lifelong learning, and carry that message "beyond the box" into the community. With that commitment and our mission at our core, our vision is to help build a better and stronger community where: The individual is inspired and empowered to achieve Neighbors connect with each other and their community The citizenry is informed and motivated Perspective and understanding expand Arts and sciences are appreciated, supported, and shared Tradition is honored while new ideas are welcomed Lessons of our past inform decisions about our future Public discussion is open, fair, and respectful You are the public in public television. Together, you and WSBE continue to make learning an enjoyable lifelong journey. Sincerely, David W. Piccerelli and the WSBE Rhode Island PBS Staff David W. Piccerelli, President Email: dpiccer@ripbs.org Phone: 401-222-3636
David Piccerelli, President and CEO, WSBE
9/11/2018 10:19:54 AM
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Demo for RIPBS 5
Welcome to WSBE, Rhode Island's only public television station WSBE has a proud tradition of producing and presenting award-winning content that spans the interests of preschoolers to senior citizens. True to our mission of engaging viewers of all ages since 1967, we look forward to bridging generations for years to come. As television, we are Rhode Island's most accessible learning resource. We are committed to the principle of lifelong learning, and carry that message "beyond the box" into the community. With that commitment and our mission at our core, our vision is to help build a better and stronger community where: The individual is inspired and empowered to achieve Neighbors connect with each other and their community The citizenry is informed and motivated Perspective and understanding expand Arts and sciences are appreciated, supported, and shared Tradition is honored while new ideas are welcomed Lessons of our past inform decisions about our future Public discussion is open, fair, and respectful You are the public in public television. Together, you and WSBE continue to make learning an enjoyable lifelong journey. Sincerely, David W. Piccerelli and the WSBE Rhode Island PBS Staff David W. Piccerelli, President Email: dpiccer@ripbs.org Phone: 401-222-3636
David Piccerelli, President and CEO, WSBE
9/27/2018 10:19:54 AM
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Demo for RIPBS 6
Welcome to WSBE, Rhode Island's only public television station WSBE has a proud tradition of producing and presenting award-winning content that spans the interests of preschoolers to senior citizens. True to our mission of engaging viewers of all ages since 1967, we look forward to bridging generations for years to come. As television, we are Rhode Island's most accessible learning resource. We are committed to the principle of lifelong learning, and carry that message "beyond the box" into the community. With that commitment and our mission at our core, our vision is to help build a better and stronger community where: The individual is inspired and empowered to achieve Neighbors connect with each other and their community The citizenry is informed and motivated Perspective and understanding expand Arts and sciences are appreciated, supported, and shared Tradition is honored while new ideas are welcomed Lessons of our past inform decisions about our future Public discussion is open, fair, and respectful You are the public in public television. Together, you and WSBE continue to make learning an enjoyable lifelong journey. Sincerely, David W. Piccerelli and the WSBE Rhode Island PBS Staff David W. Piccerelli, President Email: dpiccer@ripbs.org Phone: 401-222-3636
David Piccerelli, President and CEO, WSBE
9/27/2018 10:19:54 AM
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Disaster Recovery Best Practices
Brown University, JWU, Nancy Freeman, Wayne Robbin
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Elaine Fontaine
Elaine Fontaine is Chief Operating Officer for the Rhode Island Quality Institute (RIQI). With over 30 years of management and technology experience in research, provider and payer environments, Ms. Fontaine provides strategic leadership across RIQI’s initiatives, leveraging RIQI’s unique data asset to transform quality and efficiency of health care in Rhode Island. She joined RIQI in 2014 as the Director of Data Quality and Analytics. Prior to joining RIQI, she served as Sr. Director, Medical Management Operations at UMass Memorial Healthcare, where her responsibilities included negotiating, managing, and monitoring pay-for-performance contracts with multiple payers. She was the first CIO at Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island. She is co-author on seven published research articles and white papers and has presented nationally on novel uses of health information technology to drive achievement of the quadruple aim.
Elaine Fontaine
6/21/2018 4:43:44 PM
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Florence Hudson Keynote (2016 Member Forum)
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7/14/2016 4:38:53 PM
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GAFE_October Forum
Google Apps for Education Friday Forum October 2016, GAFFE, Jim Monte Paul Barrette
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9/22/2016 3:53:20 PM
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Interview with Caroline Weilhamer (2016 Member Forum)
2016 member forum, Caroline Weihamer, David Marble, NEIT, Global NOC
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7/14/2016 3:48:17 PM
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Interview with Florence Hudson (2016 Member Forum)
Florence Hudson, Internet 2, I2, Member Forum, Dave Marble
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Interview with Shawn Rubin (2016 Member Forum)
Highlander Institute, Dave Marble, Member Forum, Interview
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Jacques LaFlamme
Jacques currently serves as the Chief Information Officer for the New England Institute of Technology, in East Greenwich RI. Prior to his position at New England Tech, Jacques served as the Director of Network Services at Harvard University in Cambridge MA. His business experience includes IT Director positions with Thompson Financial (Thomson Reuters), State Street Corporation, and Fidelity Investments, all located in Boston, MA. Prior to this, Jacques also held several positions at MIT Lincoln Laboratory in Lexington MA, after having served in the US Army. Mr. Laflamme has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Operations Technology/MIS and an Associate in Science Degree in Telecommunications both from Northeastern University. He has participated in Harvard Business School Executive Education Program and has earned several IT certifications.
Jacques LaFlamme
6/21/2018 4:45:19 PM
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Kathleen Malin
As the Rhode Island Foundation’s vice president of technology and operations management, Kathleen is responsible for all aspects of technology at the Foundation, as well as operations and facilities. She is a member of the Foundation’s Leadership Team. Prior to joining the Foundation in 2006, Kathleen worked as director of technology at St. Andrew’s School, Barrington, RI, and was evening supervisor at Lincoln (RI) Technical School. She has worked as a network administrator and technology director at public and private schools in Rhode Island and New York and has taught technology for 20 years. Prior to that Kathleen was involved in the medical computing industry. Kathleen earned an undergraduate degree from Immaculata (PA) University, a master’s degree in nonprofit management from New England College, Henniker, NH, and received a master of business administration from NEC in 2014. She also has earned numerous technology-related certifications. Kathleen shares her professional expertise with nonprofits, is a member of the Technology Affinity Group (TAG), Women in Leadership Nexus, and was formerly the chair of the Tech Collective’s IT Managers Roundtable and the 501 Tech Club Rhode Island. She presents on technical topics likes IT security, social media, and increasing nonprofit capacity with technology. Kathleen was recently named Outstanding Mentor at the Providence Business News Business Women Awards. Among the honors Kathleen has received are the 2014 Nonprofit Technology Network’s NTENny Award and a 2012 Tech Collective Tech10 Award. While at Lincoln Tech she was named Administrator of the Year. Kathleen is on the technology committees of Family Service of Rhode Island and Rhode Island Public Radio. She is the treasurer of Smithfield Quaker Meeting and chair of the New England Yearly Meeting Pooled Funds Committee.
Kathleen Malin
6/21/2018 4:46:35 PM
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Kelly Donnell
Kelly is a life-long teacher. She began her career as an elementary and special education teacher and has taught grades Pre-K through university. In addition to being a faculty member, Kelly served as the dean of the School of Education on the Bristol campus. She earned her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, with a specialization in Critical Pedagogy, Diversity, and Social Justice at Boston College and her Masters degree from Harvard University. Her research interests include the process of learning to teach in urban settings, social justice in teacher education, practitioner inquiry, and induction for beginning teachers. Kelly is the co-author of two books and the author of over thirteen peer-reviewed publications and thirty-three conference presentations. Kelly enjoys travelling to new places near and far, yoga, gardening, trying new recipes and reading. Her proudest achievement is being the mom to two wonderful young adults.
Kelly Donnell
6/21/2018 4:47:56 PM
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Legacy OSHEAN Video
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7/19/2016 7:31:50 PM
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Matt Leathers
Matt and his teams deliver. With a personal credo of “Never tell me the odds”, he has worked with his clients to successfully take on difficult, intractable business and technology challenges. Matt has built a reputation as a leader that cares deeply about his clients and his colleagues. Matt has over fifteen years of consulting and industry experience, working for some of the leading consulting firms in the world. These work experiences helped shape him, but they do not define him. His approach to consulting is pragmatic and practical. He rolls up his sleeves. He spends most of his time on his feet, working with teams, talking, listening, and coaching. Matt has worked with some of the best companies in the world, helping them change and transform. Across client industries and problems, Matt has developed systems and toolkits to quickly assess an organization so that they can focus on establishing their goals and achieving them. During his career, Matt has written perspectives on Agile software development, mobile payments, IT Service Catalogues, Service Level Management, and Configuration Management. He is a credited Reviewer of the IT Infrastructure (ITIL) V3 Service Strategy volume and has worked with some of the best minds in the business on these subjects.
Matt Leathers
6/21/2018 4:48:43 PM
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NEREN 3-31-17 BioTeam Presentation
Chris Dagdigian, Co-Founder and Senior Director of Infrastructure Bio Team
Chris Dagdigian, Co-Founder and Senior Director of Infrastructure Bio Team
3/31/2017 12:30:00 PM
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NEREN Seminar April 6, 2018
AGENDA – Friday, April 6, 2018 9:00 – 9:45 a.m. Registration/Continental Breakfast/Networking Sponsored by Markley, Red River and Cray Inc. 9:45 – 10:00 a.m. Welcoming/Opening Remarks by NEREN, Inc., Jeff D. Markley, CEO, Markley and Paul Krein, CTO, Red River Please note that the Webcast/Phone options will be available for the presentations only and not the breakout sessions. If joining by webcast, please use the following link: http://demo.mediasite.oshean.org/Mediasite/Play/3088e896b0c04e6aa60e20ac354633a01d 10:00 – 10:40 a.m. Presentation #1 – “Improving Integration of Science DMZs in the Northeast" Presenter: John Goodhue, Executive Director, Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center In the Fall 2017 NEREN seminar, we heard talks on the ability of Science DMZ to advance research and support "data access equality" across large and small research institutions. During the breakout sessions, we talked about steps that might be taken toward better integration of existing Science DMZ sites in the Northeast, and for simplifying addition of new sites. This update will review progress to date, and possible next steps. 10:40 – 11:20 a.m. Presentation #2 – “Northeast Storage Exchange” Presenter: Saul Youssef, Research Associate Professor, Boston University, Carnegie-Mellon University Those who know of the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center (MGHPCC) probably appreciate the uniqueness of the facility. The presence of major research computing equipment from Boston University, Harvard University, MIT, Northeastern University and UMASS all a few feet from each other makes MGHPCC a uniquely attractive location for potential new shared cyberinfrastructures. The first really large shared project like this is just about to make a first deployment at MGHPCC. This is the Northeast Storage Exchange (NESE: pronounced like the Scottish lake monster). NESE is a large "data lake" to be built and operated by the above MGHPCC consortium universities. We will discuss the motivations for NESE, plans for growth, partnership with RedHat, potential partnerships with local and national research projects, regional universities, with other regional technology companies and with others. We will describe the implications for networking at MGHPCC and show our plans for operations and a starter 8 PB deployment which is about to begin. NESE is funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation award number 1753840. 11:20 – 12:00 p.m. Presentation #3 – “Trends in the Convergence of AI and HPC” Presenter: Ted Slater, Global Head, Scientific AI and Analytics, Cray As AI, and in particular Deep Learning, continue to grow in popularity, many organizations are faced with a bewildering array of choices as they make the move from AI pilots to production. This talk will provide important information to those who are ramping up their AI efforts and want to make smart choices to mitigate their risk and gain maximum benefit from these powerful technologies. 12:00 – 1:10 p.m. Lunch Break (Sponsored by Markley, Red River and Cray Inc.) and Tour of Markley, One Summer Street (If you would like a tour, we will have two (2) Options -- 12 p.m. or 12:30 p.m.; Sign Up Details will be provided during the onsite registration process). 1:20 – 2:20 p.m. Breakout sessions – Details to follow. (The breakout sessions will not be available by Webcast/Phone). 2:20 – 3:00 p.m. Closing Remarks Christopher Misra, Interim Deputy CIO, UMass Amherst, Paul Krein, CTO, Red River and Jeff D. Markley, CEO, Markley To register, or if you have questions, please email Laurie Robinson, NEREN Program Administrator, at laurie@neren.org or by phone: 401-523-5107.
Jeff D. Markley, Chief Executive Officer -Markley
4/6/2018 1:30:00 PM
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NEREN Seminar - Bridging the Gap --Advancing Regional Collaboration and Research IT Collaboration
AGENDA – Friday, October 27, 2017 9:00AM – 9:45AM – Registration/Continental Breakfast/Networking Sponsored by Intel, Red River and Vast Data 9:45AM –10:00AM Welcoming/Opening Remarks (NEREN). Please note that the Webcast/Phone options will be available for the presentations only and not the breakout sessions. If joining by webcast, use this link: http://demo.mediasite.oshean.org/Mediasite/Play/dd1ed2aa4f844a1dbd0198f7f6b340141d 10:00AM – 10:40AM -- Presentation #1 –“Why and Maybe…A Little How of Science DMZ” Presenter: Chris Hill, Principal Research Engineer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences 10:40AM – 11:20AM -- Presentation #2 – “Science DMZs: Advancing Research Today and Future Opportunities” Presenter: Scott Valcourt, Director of Strategic Technology, University of New Hampshire Noon – 12:30PM Lunch Break (Lunch sponsored by DELL) 12:30PM – 1:10PM -- Presentation #4 – “Emerging Applications in HPC and their Impact on High Performance Fabrics” Presenter: Robert (Bob) C. Zak, Jr.Intel Fellow and Lead Architect for Intel® Omni-Path Architecture in the Data Center Group at Intel Corporation Broadly stated, traditional HPC applications have focused on massively scaled simulation applications. These applications apply known boundary conditions to a known computational model of a system, and iterate through time, producing massive predictive data on potential outcomes. Execution of these applications on Moore's law driven processing elements connected via high performance and highly scalable fabrics have enabled, and will continue to drive major advances in many fields of science and engineering. However, with the explosion of the availability of business, visual, sensor, and social networking data in the web, an alternative use of "HPC" infrastructure has emerged. These applications, which include so called Analytics, Deep Learning, and AI, flip the simulation model on its head. They start with a massive set of known outcomes and, thorough massive calculation, deduce (or train) a compact and computational model with predictive value. In this talk, Bob will discuss the impact to the evolution of high performance fabrics of this expansion of "HPC" applications. 1:20PM – 2:20PM -- Breakout sessions – Details to Follow. (The breakout sessions will not available by Webcast/Phone). 2:30 PM – 2:45 PM – Northeast Cyberteam StackExchange Launch (T-Shirts Included) (will be available by webcast) Presenter: Julie Ma, Northeast Cyberteam Project Team Lead 2:45 PM – 3:15PM -- Closing remarks (Christopher Misra, UMass Amherst, Chief Technology Officer, Paul Krein, CTO, Red River) To register, or If you have questions, please email Laurie Robinson, NEREN Program Administrator, at laurie@neren.org or by phone: 401-398-7511.
Chris Hill, Principal Research Engineer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
10/27/2017 1:30:00 PM
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NEREN VAST Presentation 10/27/2017
“Implementing Data Access Equality Across the Science DMZ” Presenter: Jeff Denworth, Vice President – Products, Vast Data New methods of distributed computing are challenging legacy concepts around data hierarchies and value-based data classification. In an age where collaboration and discovery become better as applications are exposed to larger data sets, new approaches need to be considered to feed the scientific process. In this talk, VAST Data will explore next generation concepts such as consumer flash, multi-tenancy and sw-defined storage and how they can be implemented within and beyond the DMZ to accelerate insight equally across all classes of data.
Jeff Denworth, Vice President of Products – Vast Data
10/27/2017 1:30:00 PM
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Next Generation Connectivity and the Nimble Grid
Macky McCleary, Administrator of the Division of Public Utilities and Carriers
5/9/2017 12:45:00 PM
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OSHEAN SIZZLE
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6/21/2018 4:49:40 PM
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OSHEAN Sizzle (2016 Member Forum)
OSHEAN Sizzle, 2016 Member Forum
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7/7/2016 5:04:32 PM
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Pilgrim High School Graduation Ceremony - 2018
Warwick Public Schools: Pilgrim High School Graduation Ceremony
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6/5/2018 4:17:41 PM
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8/16/2017 6:32:20 PM
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8/28/2017 7:35:02 PM
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Reading Across Rhode Island - 2018
Hosted in partnership with the Open Books-Open Minds conference at Rhode Island College, this lecture by the author is free and open to the public. Registration is required for this free event and seating is limited. UPDATE: TICKETS ARE NOW SOLD OUT. Questions? Please contact Kate Lentz at kate@ribook.org or call 401-273-2250. ---- Reading Across Rhode Island, the state's only one-book, one-state community read program is a program of the RI Center for the Book at the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities. Founded in 2003, the RI Center for the Book is the state affiliate of the Center for the Book at the Library of Congress and is hosted by the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities. The Humanities Council’s mission is to seed, support, and strengthen public history, cultural heritage, civic education, and community engagement. Learn more at: ribook.org
Angie Thomas
4/13/2018 3:00:00 PM
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Richard Culatta Keynote (2016 Member Forum)
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7/14/2016 4:46:05 PM
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RISTE & OSHEAN Cyber  Security and Data Privacy Eveny
John Bilotta Roy Seitsinger, Jr. Superintendent Westerly Public Schools Paul Barrett, Director of Technology, Smithfield Public Schools Ben Scungio, Managing Partner Brennan Recupero Cascione Captain John Alfred, Joint Cyber Task Force, RI State Police RI Tech Collective RISTE
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11/30/2016 8:22:25 PM
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Small School Technical Meeting - 10/19/2018
The technical discussion will be on OSHEAN's Next-Gen K12 Firewall Solution. This will include an overview of the new architecture and benefits of the new firewalls, including an overview of our new K12 Software Defined WAN (SDWAN) offering through the Fortinet platform. In addition, we will be discussing new Granite services available to OSHEAN members. This discussion will be led by OSHEAN Staff.
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10/18/2018 6:53:31 PM
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Toll Gate High School Graduation Ceremony - 2018
Toll Gate 2018 Graduation Ceremony
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6/5/2018 4:19:41 PM
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4/21/2016 5:21:00 PM
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