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CSG Workshops and Business Meeting Agenda

University of California, San Diego
23-25 January, 2019


Wednesday:  CSG Short Workshops
Learning Theatre, Estancia La Jolla Hotel and Spa

7:30 - 9:00 Breakfast
Grande Room 
9:00Welcome & Conference Introduction (Vince Kellen, Charles Antonelli)
Learning Theatre
9:05 CSG Short Workshop:  Smart Campus thoughts, efforts, initiatives, and the way forward
Coordinators:  Scot Ransbottom (VT), Sarah Christen (Cornell), Donna Tatro (Princeton), Erik Lundberg (UWash), Erik Hofer (UWash), Charley Kneifel (Duke)
Please see Addendum A for the detailed agenda.
10:45 Break
12:30Adjourn

 
12:30 - 1:30 Lunch
Grande Room

 
1:30 CSG Short Workshop: Campus Data Strategies that Enable Data Democratization
Coordinators: Jenn Stringer (UCB), Tom Lewis (UWash), Kristin Yates (Nebraska), Vince Kellen's team (UCSD), Jim Phelps (UW), Diane Butler (Rice), Jim Behm (Michigan)
Please see Addendum B for the detailed agenda.
Learning Theatre
3:15
Break
5:00 Adjourn

Wednesday: CSG Group Dinner
Grande Room and Patio, Estancia La Jolla Hotel and Spa

6:00
7:00
Cocktails
Dinner


Thursday:  CSG Short Workshop
Learning Theatre, Estancia La Jolla Hotel and Spa

7:30 - 9:00 Breakfast
Grande Room
8:00 - 9:00
Steering Committee Breakfast
Cypress Room
9:00 CSG Short Workshop:  Cloud services for Restricted, Health & Sensitive Data
Coordinators: Kitty Bridges (NYU), Erik Lundberg (UWash), Marc DeBonis (VT), Bill Allison (UCB), Kemal Badur (UMN), Steve Wheat (Emory), Clayton Lockhart (Virginia), Alok Vimawala (Michigan), Scott Kirner (ND), Bruce Vincent (Stanford)
Please see Addendum C for the detailed agenda.
Learning Theatre
10:45 Break
12:30 Adjourn

 
12:30 - 1:45 Lunch
Grande Room


12:45 - 1:30
Campus Walking Tour of the new Innovation and Collaboration Workspace for UC San Diego Information Technology Services
Tour departs from and returns to the Estancia La Jolla Hotel and Spa

Thursday:  CSG Business Meeting
Learning Theatre, Estancia La Jolla Hotel and Spa

1:45             I. Introductory Remarks (CSG Coordinator)
1:50
II. Short Slots and Breaking News (CSG Coordinator)
Workshop Summaries (:05)
Consortial Updates (:20)
2:15III. Short Discussion 1: Hiring for the Digital Transformation & IT Contracting for Digital Transformation
Coordinators: Kris O'Brien i(Northwestern) & Carrie Shumaker (Michigan), Dave Carr (Northwestern), Bill Allison (UCB), Kemal Badur (UMN), Jen Stedelin (PSU), Sarah Christen (Cornell), Tom Lewis (UWash), Paul Erickson (Nebraska), Erik Lundberg (UWash)
3:15
Break
3:45
IV. Timely Topics and Gossip (Vincent)
Topics TBA
4:45 V. Topic Selection for Next Meeting (Vincent for Jelinkova)
5:00 Adjourn

Thursday: CSG Group Dinner
Coasterra

5:30
5:45
6:00
7:00
8:30
First bus leaves hotel for dinner venue
Last bus leaves hotel for dinner venue
Cocktails
Dinner
Buses leave dinner venue for hotel


Friday: CSG Business Meeting
Learning Theatre, Estancia La Jolla Hotel and Spa

7:30 - 9:00 Breakfast
Grande Room
9:00 VI. Organizational Issues (CSG Coordinator)
  1. Steering/Membership Committee Issues (Vincent)
  2. Treasurer's Report (Fleagle)
  3. Logistics for Next Meeting (Antonelli)
  4. Venues and Dates for Future CSG Meetings (Antonelli)
    Please see http://www.stonesoup.org/future.html
    for the current list.
9:15 VII. Short Discussion 2:  Analytic tools for network, security, and system logs
Coordinators:  Mark McCahill (Duke), Joe Hutson (VT), Philip Kobezak (VT), Eric Boyd (Michigan), Bruce Vincent (Stanford)
10:15Break
10:45 VIII. Short Discussion 3:   BRM, Biz Arch, Biz Analysis - How are you connecting, documenting and planning with campus partners
Coordinators:  Jim Phelps (UW), Chris Lucas (PSU), Phoebe Johnson (UMN), Jon Giltner (Colorado)
11:45 Adjourn

 
11:45 Lunch (box lunches available at 10:30)
Outside Estancia La Jolla Hotel and Spa


Addendum A:
Short Workshop:  Smart Campus thoughts, efforts, initiatives, and the way forward
Detailed Agenda



Addendum B: Short Workshop:  Campus Data Strategies that Enable Data Democratization
Detailed Agenda

Participants: Jenn Stringer jstringer@berkeley.edu, Danny Grieb, Oliver Heyer (UCB), Tom Lewis (UWash) tomlewis@uw.edu,  Vanessa Roof (Nebraska) vroof@nebraska.edu, Vince Kellen, Brett Pollak, Dan Suchy (UC San Diego),  Jim Phelps (UW) phelpsj@uw.edu, Diane Butler (Rice) dianeb@rice.edu, Jim Behm (Michigan) jimbehm@umich.edu

  1. Introduction of topic and survey results (Jenn) 15 minutes
  2. Data Democratization: Community and Capacity Building Strategies (Tom Lewis Moderator) 60 minutes
    1. Organizational challenges/skills at the edge (Panel discussion)
      1. Communities of Practice
      2. Community building practices/communication strategies/end-user strategies
      3. Policy and governance
      4. Privacy issues/GDPR
      5. Roles of Stewards/skills at the edge
  3. Data Democratization: (data lake, EDW, Integration Platforms/APIs, Metadata Management) 90 minutes
    1. Campuses share technical architecture (one or two examples)
      1. UCB (AWS Data Lake and EDW)
      2. UW (EIP infrastructure and delivering data through Apps)
      3. UCSD - Microservices, AWS and data lake type stuff.
      4. UMich - Unizen / Learning Record Store
  4. Wrap-up (whatever time we have left)


Addendum C: Short Workshop:  Cloud services for Restricted, Health & Sensitive Data

1. Intro & Survey - Kitty Bridges - NYU
2. Risk: Bruce Vincent - Stanford, Scott Kirner - Notre Dame
3. Navigating compliance (process and people) and interacting well with researchers: Erik Lundberg - UWash,  Steve Wheat - Emory, Clayton Lockhart - UVa, Chris Hoffman - Berkeley, Scott Kirner - Notre Dame

      The landscape - compliance & technology; Different roles of folks on campus;
      Process issues; Scalable models vs unique situations; New staffing roles

4. Technology choices (Bruce Vincent - Stanford, Charley Kneifel - Duke, Steve Wheat - Emory, Rob Fatland - UWash, Martin Sager & Alok  Vimawala - UMich

      Successes and gaps deeper dive; New tools - hyper specialized for specific use cases;
      Architecture, reference implementations; One provider, multi-provider; Experience with cloud providers