Internet2 Overview and Arts & Humanities Initiatives Ann Doyle Manager, Arts & Humanities Initiatives International Council of Fine Arts Deans, Oct 2003

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  • Internet2 Overview andArts & Humanities InitiativesAnn DoyleManager, Arts & Humanities InitiativesInternational Council of Fine Arts Deans, Oct 2003

  • Internet2 Overview

  • Internet2 MissionDevelop and deploy advanced network applications and technologies, for research and higher education, accelerating the creation of tomorrows Internet.

  • Internet2 is a not for profit membership organizationRegularUS institutions of higher educationCorporatePartnersSponsorsMembersAffiliateNon-profit and other research or education organizations

  • Internet2 Universities202 University Members, February 2003

  • Additional Participation Over 60 Internet2 Corporate Partners, Sponsors and MembersOver 30 Affiliate MembersOver 30 International PartnersSponsored Education Group Participants

  • Internet2 Corporate Partners

  • Internet2 Affiliate MembersAltarumAmerican Distance Education ConsortiumAssociation of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA)CENICCERNChildrens Hospital of PhiladelphiaCleveland Institute of MusicCleveland Museum of ArtDepartment of Commerce, BoulderDesert Research InstituteEDUCAUSEFood and Drug AdministrationHoward Hughes Medical InstituteIndiana Higher Education Telecommunications System (IHETS)Jet Propulsion LaboratoriesLaNetManhattan School of MusicMCNCMerit Network, Inc.MOREnetNASA Goddard Space Flight CenterNASA Marshall Space Flight CenterNational Institutes of HealthNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Silver SpringNational Science FoundationNew World SymphonyNYSERNet, Inc.Oak Ridge National LabsOARnetOneNetPeachNetSoutheastern Universities Research Association (SURA)Southwest Research InstituteState University of New York SystemState University System of FloridaSurvivors of the Shoah-Visual History FoundationUniversity Corporation for Atmospheric ResearchUniversity of Missouri SystemUniversity of North Carolina, General Administration

  • International MoU PartnersAPAN-KR (Korea)ARNES (Slovenia)BELNET (Belgium)CANARIE (Canada)CARNET (Croatia)CERNET, CSTNET, NSFCNET (china) APAN (Asia-pacific)CESnet (Czech republic)CUDI (Mexico)DANTE (Europe)DFN-Verein (Germany)AAIREP (Australia)Fundacion internet 2 Argentina (Argentina)GIP RENATER (France)GRNET (Greece)HEAnet (Ireland)HUNGARNET (Hungary)INFN-GARR (Italy)

    Israel-IUCC (Israel) JAIRC (Japan)JISC/UKERNA (UK)JUCC (Hong Kong)NORDUnet (Nordic countries)POL-34 (Poland)RCCN (Portugal)RedIRIS (Spain)RESTENA (Luxembourg)REUNA (Chile)RPN2 (Brazil)SENACYT (Panama)SingAREN (Singapore)Stichting SURF (Netherlands)SWITCH (Switzerland)TAnet2 (Taiwan)TERENA (Europe)

  • STAR TAP/Star LightAPAN/TransPAC, CA*net, CERN, CERNET/CSTNET/NSFCNET, NAUKAnet, GEMnet, HARNET, KOREN/KREONET2, NORDUnet, SURFnet, SingAREN, TANET2NYCMGEANT*,HEANET, NORDUnet,SINET,SURFnet Pacific WaveAARNET, APAN/TransPAC, CA*net, TANET2SNVAGEMNET, SINET, SingAREN, WIDE(v6)LOSAUNINET AMPATHANSP, REUNA2, RNP2, RETINA (REACCIUN-2)OC12El Paso (UACJ-UT El Paso)CUDISan Diego (CALREN2)CUDI09 January 2002ARNES, ACONET, BELNET, CARNET, CERN, CESnet, CYNET, DFN, EENet, GARR, GRNET, HEANET, IUCC, JANET, LATNET, LITNET, NORDUNET, RENATER, RESTENA, SWITCH, HUNGARNET, GARR-B, POL-34, RCST, RedIRIS, SANET, SURFNET WIDE/JGN, IMnet, CERNet/CSTnet,/NSFCNET, KOREN/KREONET2, SingAREN, TANET2, ThaiSARN

    Last updated: 14 January 2003Abilene International Peering(January 2003)

  • Sponsored Education Group Participants

  • Abilene Network

  • Abilene NetworkCore Map, February 2003

  • Abilene Network InfrastructureBackbones operate at 2.4 Gbps (OC48) to 10 Gbps (OC192) capacity todayGigaPoPs provide regional high-performance aggregation pointsLocal campus networks provide 100 Mbps to the desktop

  • Applications

  • Internet2 ApplicationsWhat are Internet2 applications?They deliver qualitative and quantitative improvements in how we conduct research and engage in teaching and learningThey require advanced networks to work

  • Different Disciplines/ContextsSciencesArtsHumanitiesHealth careBusiness/LawAdministrationLibraryClassroomClinicOfficeLaboratoryDorm room

  • For example Remote CollaborationVirtual Room Videoconferencing System (VRVS) & theAccess GridSupport multipoint video-conferencing, where distributed reflectors spread computationally expensive responsibility

  • For example Science & EngineeringHigh Energy and Nuclear Physics (HENP)Generating multi-petabyte datasets, gigabytes per second per experiment, requires a cascading data storage model, near-zero packet loss per data stream, and a distributed database for end-user data manipulation.

    Each experiment requires input from hundreds of researchers around the world.

    Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (NEESGrid)Running hybrid experiments, synchronizing physical and computational experiments.

    Synchronizing large volumes of data of different types: sensor, video, etc.

  • For example Health Sciences3D Brain MapVisualization of data: real-time MRI, previously stored data, etc.Computational information transferred to supercomputers and used to understand brain functions in real timeVery large multi-dimensional, multi-modal, time-varying data sets

    Biomedical Informatics Research Network (BIRN)Extremely large data sets and repositoriesDynamically generate 3D visualizations from medical recordsGenerating 36Gbytes/day, so new models for search, retrieval and analysis will be necessary

  • Arts & Humanities Initiatives

  • Streaming MediaIndiana UniversityGeorgetown UniversityGallaudet University

  • Variations Indiana University

  • ASL PoetryGeorgetown UniversityGallaudet University

  • Master ClassesUniversity of OklahomaNew World SymphonyColumbia UniversityManhattan School of Music

  • University of OklahomaFelicia Moyer

  • New World SymphonyMichael Tilson Thomas

    photo by R. Andrew Lepley

  • Columbia University, Manhattan School of Music and CANARIE Inc.Pinchas Zukerman

  • Live Performance Events

  • Cultivating Communities: Dance in the Digital AgeCase Western Reserve andCleveland Institute of Music:The Bing Theater, University of Southern California, Oct 2002

  • Cultivating Communities: Dance in the Digital AgeThe Bing Theater, University of Southern California, Oct 2002University of Illinois atUrbana-Champaign:

  • Technophobe and the MadmanNew York University andRensselaer Polytechnic Institute:

  • Transcontinental Poetry Reading:A Tribute to Kenneth Koch Live transcontinental reading of Kenneth Koch's "Twenty Poems" Seven Internet2 campuses provided videoconferencing

    Virtual Event, Hosted by Columbia University, April 2003Poet Anne Waldman

  • Talk to your ICFAD Colleagues!Screen writers course: Bradley UniversityCalifornia State University, Los AngelesAdapt collaborative dance project: University of UtahOhio State UniversityArizona State UniversityUniversity of California, IrvineFlorida State UniversityDigital Radio programming: University of South FloridaUniversity of Washington

  • Video Clips Virtual Halloween at the Rialto New World Symphony Master Class Kinetic Shadows

  • Advisory and Working Groups

  • Performance Archive and Retrieval A working group jointly sponsored by Coalition for Networked Information Internet2 Designed to propose standards and best practices for documenting, archiving, and retrieving the recordings of performances such as live theatre, musical compositions, and dance

  • Performance Archive and Retrieval Working GroupProduced two white papers:Capturing Live Performance Events (http://arts.internet2.edu/files/performance-capture(v09).pdf)Digital Asset Management (http://arts.internet2.edu/files/digital-asset-management(v09).pdf)

    (compiled, edited and authorship contributions by University of Michigan intern, Leilani Dawson)

  • Performance Archive and Retrieval Working GroupCapturing Live Performance Events: Current practices in the field of digitally-recorded performanceThree budget categories: consumer, prosumer, professionalScenarios: fixed site, fieldwork/mobile setup, multi-siteLighting, video, audio

  • Performance Archive and Retrieval Working GroupDigital Asset Management: Intellectual propertyMetadata standards, schemas, frameworks, and formatsSearch and retrievalDigital collection software/systemsPutting it all together

  • Internet2 Performance Arts Advisory CommitteeAssist in the planning of innovative events that highlight the gifts of performers and artists from our member institutions and the capabilities of Internet2 technology-enabled performancesBest practices guide to multi-site performance events

  • Humanities Advisory Group Plans advanced networking activities in the Humanities arena Interest and activities are underway in the areas of museum education, language learning technologies, forensic debates, and film history Discussions will focus on current activities and brainstorming future ones that might be enhanced by advanced networking applications

  • New Arts & Humanities Communities

  • New Communities Museum Community Presented at Museums and the Web, March 2003 Cleveland Museum of Art Foreign Language Instruction: Presented at the 2003 International Association for Language Learning Technology conference (IALLT) Archaeology Forum

  • More Info ...www.internet2.eduadoyle@internet2.eduapps.internet2.edu/talks/Ann Doyle Internet2 3025 Boardwalk Suite 100 Ann Arbor, MI 48108 +1.734.352.7011

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