NEES Data Flow Testbed

NEES Data Flow Testbed
To support user requested developments, NEEScomm has developed a simplified testbed revolving around the typical "Data Flow" used by NEES researchers. The testbed facilitates building a partnership between IT and the earthquake engineers.
The George E. Brown, Jr. Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (NEES) of the National Science Foundation has been developed to accelerate improvements in seismic design and performance by serving as an indispensible collaboratory for discovery and innovation. NEES is headquartered at Purdue University's Discovery Park, and NEEScomm is the managing organization.
 
NEEScomm is responsible for leading the network of equipment sites and for serving the needs of the US earthquake engineering community of researchers. The development of the cyberinfrastructure linking the network together through the NEEShub requires close collaboration between the information technology developers and the earthquake engineers. To support user requested developments, NEEScomm has developed a simplified testbed revolving around the typical "Data Flow" used by NEES researchers. The testbed facilitates building a partnership between IT and the earthquake engineers.
 
Sponsor: National Science Foundation
Faculty Investigators: Shirley Dyke, Ayhan Irfanoglu, Santiago Pujol, Julio Ramirez
Graduate Students: Ge (Gaby) Ou