Congrats to RPI students Linyun Fu and Matt Ferritto for winning FUNDING FRIDAY research grant at the ESIP 2014 Summer Meeting

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Congrats to RPI students Linyun Fu and Matt Ferritto for winning FUNDING FRIDAY research grant at the ESIP 2014 Summer MeetingJuly 11, 2014
TWC/ RPI PhD student Linyun Fu, and TWC/RPI Masters student Matt Ferritto, on Friday July 11, 2014, won ESIP 2014 Summer Meeting Funding Friday research grants. The ESIP 2014 Summer Meeting was held in Frisco, Colorado July 8-11, 2014.

Linyun, a joint proposal with TWC staff member Massimo Di Stefano, proposed a project to automatically capture provenance information during scientific workflow, followup work on the ECOOP project they have both been working on.

Matt proposed an extension to a use case that was developed, and is currently being worked on, as part of the ESIP ToolMatch project. The proposal is to make a more specific match between tools and specific data collection content, rather then the general use case of the data collection as a whole. For example, rainfall or topographic data content that is part of a larger Hydrological model can be matched to tools that the model as a whole might not be able to match. Congratulations to both for their hard work, and great presentations.




ToolMatch Funding Friday Presentation [Download]