03/29/23 - 02:00 PM - 02:45 PM EDT

With Globus sharing you can easily reduce storage costs and employ a “self-service” method for researchers to access and share data. With over 40,000 Globus-enabled systems, many researchers are already using Globus to store and share data. Come learn how to deploy guest collections and hear directly from an ACCESS resource provider how Globus eliminates some of the mundane time-consuming and hand-holding tasks involved in sharing research data securely and reliably.

In this webinar you will learn:

· How to search and find other Globus collections or endpoints

· How to set up and share data between ACCESS resources and campus storage

· Hear from a service provider at one institution who has enabled guest access to an ACCESS repository


Lee Liming, Director of Professional Services, University of Chicago, Globus

Guest Speaker from Resource Provider

Lee Liming is the Director of Globus Professional Services at the University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory, leading a team of developers who use Globus services and the Globus platform to build and sustain innovative research and education applications and systems. Lee has held many different positions during his 20 years with Globus, including project manager, software development manager, technical writer, and subscriber engagement manager, and has contributed to a diverse set of sponsored research programs building systems to advance national supercomputing services, biomedical research and informatics, civil engineering, and climate science. Lee holds a degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Michigan.




This webinar will be held via Zoom and dates/times are in US Central Daylight Time