Efficient Research Data Management Using Globus SaaS

Mary Bass

University of Chicago

Mary Bass is Director of Communications and Outreach for the University of Chicago’s Globus, a research data management service with tens of thousands of users worldwide. At Globus, Mary’s role is to broaden awareness of the service and understanding of its value in order to help grow its adoption and make it self-sustaining. Mary has over 18 years of experience in strategic planning, marketing and business development for HPC software and hardware organizations such as Cray, Altair and Univa. With a passion for communication and creative problem-solving, especially in support of innovative technologies that impact the greater good, Mary has worked with global corporations, universities, and startups to develop strategy, messaging, media plans, growth programs, partnerships, and content. Mary taught high school math for seven years before shifting to her current career. She holds a BS in mathematics cum laude from Davidson College in North Carolina.

Abstract

Globus is software-as-a-service that is rapidly becoming the de facto standard for managing research data on a wide variety of HPC and campus computing resources. While usage among service providers affiliated with Compute... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Mary Bass (University of Chicago)
  2. Vas Vasiliadis (University of Chicago)

Topic Area

Data: Data Management and Governance

Session

D2-S1-05 » Tuesday Session 1 - 5 (10:30 - Tuesday, 19th June, MBC 2290)