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I2-TEAM  June 1999

I2-TEAM June 1999

Subject:

I2 : International Advanced Internet Applications

From:

Steve Cavrak <[log in to unmask]>

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UVM Internet2 Development Team <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 22 Jun 1999 12:13:01 -0400

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International Advanced Internet Applications
Highlighted at INET'99

Demonstrations of revolutionary applications over
networks crossing Atlantic and Pacific Oceans

San Jose, California - June 22- Internet2 member
universities in collaboration with international
partners will demonstrate the power of advanced
networking at the INET'99 conference held here this
week. Researchers from US universities will use high
performance network links to institutions in Germany,
Singapore and Switzerland as part of the Internet2
Pavilion at the Internet Society's annual international
conference.

On the show floor, these high-performance international
network links will enable the demonstration of
applications that allow:

- astronomers to simulate-and then display in 3-D-the
collision of two neutron stars by linking supercomputers
on opposite sides of the Atlantic Ocean;

- physicists to access and analyze huge amounts of data
resulting from atomic collider experiments;

- biologists to understand the function of proteins by
remotely controlling an advanced microscope; and

- doctors to collaborate across the country by sending,
receiving and manipulating high-resolution 3-D images in
real time.

"These applications demonstrate how international
cooperation can advance Internet technology, and INET'99
is an ideal venue to show the future of the global
Internet," said Douglas Van Houweling, President and CEO
of UCAID, which is leading the Internet2 project. "It is
this potential that is driving the partnership of
universities, companies and other organizations
committed to the Internet2 project in the United States,
as well as Internet2's international partners around the
world."

Support for the Internet2 Pavilion is being provided by
3Com, Cisco Systems, Pacific Bell, as well as the
Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in
California (CENIC), Indiana University and the National
Laboratory for Applied Network Research (NLANR). The
Internet2 Pavilion will be linked to some of the most
advanced research networks in the world, including
Abilene, the very high performance Backbone Network
Service (vBNS), as well as the advanced networks
connecting through STAR TAP, an international connection
point made possible by funding from the National Science
Foundation to the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Prototype video capabilities for an International
Virtual Institute being developed by the International
Center for Advanced Internet Research (iCAIR) will also
be demonstrated using the international network links
established for INET'99. Further information about the
Internet2 Pavilion is available at
http://www.internet2.edu/html/inet99.html

About Internet2

Internet2, a project of the University Corporation for
Advanced Internet Development (UCAID), is a
collaborative effort by over 150 US research
universities working in partnership with more than 50
corporate  members as well as government agencies to
develop a new family of advanced Internet applications
and technologies to meet emerging academic requirements
in research, teaching and learning. Internet2 is
addressing this challenge by creating a leading edge
network capability, enabling a new generation of
applications, and working with industry and
international partners to transfer new technologies to
the global Internet.

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Internet2 Pavilion at INET'99

As a collaborative effort led by over 150 US research
universities working with industry, government and
international partners, Internet2 is bringing energy,
focus and resources to develop a new family of advanced
Internet applications. The Internet2 Pavilion at INET'99
highlights international collaborations vital to
advancing the technology of the global Internet.

Internet2 Applications Demonstrations

--------------------------------------------------------


** Colliding Neutron Stars Across the Atlantic Ocean
        http://cactus.aei-potsdam.mpg.de

This application allows astronomers to simulate--and
then display in 3-D -- the collision of two neutron
stars by linking supercomputers on opposite sides of the
Atlantic Ocean.

Internet2 Universities
Washington University, St. Louis
Pennsylvania State University

Partners
Albert Einstein Institute
Argonne National Laboratory

Contact
Jason Novotny
+1 (510) 845-6578
[log in to unmask]

--------------------------------------------------------


** GIOD: Globally Interconnected Object Databases

        http://pcbunn.cithep.caltech.edu

A distributed Object Database stores particle physics
events, which are accessed by physicists using
high-performance network links. Complex events are
visualized using a Java3D application which extracts the
data objects from the database and allows the physicist
to manipulate them and run queries over many events.

Internet2 University
California Institute of Technology

Partners
Hewlett-Packard
CERN

Contact
Dr. Julian J. Bunn
+1 (626) 395-6681
[log in to unmask]


--------------------------------------------------------

** RAMM: Remote Access Multidimensional Microscopy

        http://www.nbr.wisc.edu/

RAMM images the dynamic development process of a
microscopic organism involving the intricate threads or
microfibers of life. An online microscope system can
view and record four-dimensional (4-D) data sets from a
living sample on a remote computer.

Internet2 University
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Partners
3Com
Apple Computer
Applied Scientific Instrumentation

Contact
Kevin W. Eliceiri
+1 (608) 265-3083
[log in to unmask]


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** Remote Data Collection and Analysis of Synchrotron
   Data

        http://www.bic.nus.edu.sg/inet99demo/

High bandwidth applications expedite access to, and
processing of, data resulting from the few large
synchrotrons located around the world. This data is
critical to understanding the biological function of
proteins, such as those being explored as part of the
Human Genome Project.

Partners
SSRL
National University of Singapore
Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lab Collaboratory

Contact
Dr Tan Tin Wee
+65-774-7149
[log in to unmask]

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** Virtual Collaborative Clinic

        http://biocomp.arc.nasa.gov/
        http://www.nren.nasa.gov/vdoc.html

The Virtual Collaborative Clinic allows doctors to work
online in near-real-time with colleagues across the
country sending, receiving and manipulating 3-D
high-fidelity, high-resolution images. In the near
future, the Virtual Collaborative Clinic will allow
doctors to plan and practice delicate operations in
virtual space before they perform real operations. It
will provide remote hospitals with access to the
knowledge, skills and techniques of larger institutions.
The technology will subsequently be made available to
inaccessible areas of the country and eventually applied
to space.

Internet2 Universities
Stanford University
University of California, Santa Cruz

Partners
Center for Bioinformatics, NASA Ames Research Center

Contact
 Sally Miller
+1 (650) 604-5411
[log in to unmask]

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Internet2 Networking at INET'99

The Internet2 Pavilion is linked to some of the most
advanced research networks in the world, including
Abilene and the very high performance Backbone Network
Service (vBNS). A connection to STAR TAP, an
international connection point made possible by funding
from the National Science Foundation to the University
of Illinois at Chicago, allows the applications to
access high-performance connections to countries such as
Germany, Singapore and Switzerland.

Internet2 Pavilion Sponsors

The Internet2 Pavilion is possible through the support of:
- 3Com
- Cisco Systems
- Pacific Bell

With special thanks to:
- The Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in
  California (CENIC) and its Charter Associates Stanford
  University and University of California, Berkeley for
  providing the connection to Internet2 backbone networks
  through CalREN-2
- Indiana University for providing the Internet2
   Pavilion display, and
- The National Laboratory for Applied Network Research
  (NLANR) for providing the ImmersaDesk.

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