The iRODS User Group Meeting

The annual iRODS User Group Meeting brings iRODS users, administrators, Consortium members, and staff to discuss iRODS-enabled applications and discoveries, technologies powered by iRODS, and the future of iRODS and the iRODS Consortium. The meeting hosts presentations from the user community and the core development team, including use case presentations, live demonstrations, and open discussions about requested iRODS features.

May 28 - May 31, 2024SURFAmsterdam, Netherlands
June 13 - June 16, 2023iRODS ConsortiumChapel Hill, North Carolina, USA
July 5 - July 8, 2022KU LeuvenLeuven, Belgium
June 8 - June 11, 2021Wellcome Sanger InstituteVirtual
June 9 - June 12, 2020University of ArizonaVirtual
June 25 - June 28, 2019Utrecht UniversityUtrecht, Netherlands
June 5 - June 7, 2018iRODS ConsortiumDurham, North Carolina, USA
June 13 - June 15, 2017Utrecht UniversityUtrecht, Netherlands
June 7 - June 9, 2016iRODS ConsortiumChapel Hill, North Carolina, USA
June 9 - June 11, 2015iRODS ConsortiumChapel Hill, North Carolina, USA
June 18 - June 19, 2014Institute for Quantitative Social Science, Harvard UniversityCambridge, Massachusetts, USA
February 28 - March 1, 2013Max Planck Institute for Plasma PhysicsGarching, Germany
March 1 - March 2, 2012University of ArizonaTucson, Arizona, USA
February 17 - February 18, 2011RENCI at UNC-Chapel HillChapel Hill, North Carolina, USA
March 24 - March 26, 2010RENCI at UNC-Chapel HillChapel Hill, North Carolina, USA
February 2 - February 5, 2009CC-IN2P3Lyon, France

Best Student Technology Award

The iRODS Consortium is pleased to present the annual iRODS UGM Best Student Technology Award.

The DICE team (including Reagan Moore, Arcot Rajasekar, and Hao Xu), along with the iRODS Consortium, has funded this $200 award into the future and to encourage submissions of ongoing iRODS-related work from students around the world. Examples may include, but are not limited to, a new iRODS client or library, an integration with existing infrastructure, or a particular piece of policy.

To be eligible, the student (from undergraduate to doctoral) must be a named author on the submission and present their work at the User Group Meeting.

Submissions are judged based on the technology, not the presentation.

Employees of the iRODS Consortium are ineligible.
2024 A Rust Library Crate for iRODS
Phillip Davis - Appalachian State University
2023 Using iRODS Rules to Automate Trash Management Policy [slides] [video]
Urvika Gola - CyVerse / University of Arizona
2021 A transnational data system for HPC/Cloud-Computing Workflows based on iRODS/EUDAT [slides] [video]
Martin Golasowski - IT4Innovations, VŠB – Technical University of Ostrava
Mohamad Hayek - Leibniz Supercomputing Centre
2020 iRODS_CSharp [slides] [video]
Reink Fidder - Utrecht University
Jelle Teeuwissen - Utrecht University