research:projects:pecoh:start

Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
Next revision
Previous revision
research:projects:pecoh:start [2020-01-15 13:25]
Kai Himstedt [Deliverables]
research:projects:pecoh:start [2020-01-17 19:25] (current)
Kai Himstedt [Deliverables]
Line 177: Line 177:
   * {{:​research:​projects:​pecoh:​D4_1-hpc-certification-program.pdf|D4.1 HPC Competences and Certification Program}}   * {{:​research:​projects:​pecoh:​D4_1-hpc-certification-program.pdf|D4.1 HPC Competences and Certification Program}}
     * This deliverable discusses the identification of HPC competences and a new approach for an HPC certification program. Our approach is based on an HPC skill tree that supports different views on the HPC content by the help of additional attributes to define the level of a skill (Basic, Intermediate,​ or Expert), its suitability for the role of a user, and its suitability for a scientific domain. We strictly separate the certificate definition from content providing (similar to the concept of a "​Zentralabitur"​) and assume that collaborating scientific institutions will complement each other in producing content, whereas the certification board has the power to establish generally accepted certificate definitions and corresponding exams without the burden of being responsible for the content.     * This deliverable discusses the identification of HPC competences and a new approach for an HPC certification program. Our approach is based on an HPC skill tree that supports different views on the HPC content by the help of additional attributes to define the level of a skill (Basic, Intermediate,​ or Expert), its suitability for the role of a user, and its suitability for a scientific domain. We strictly separate the certificate definition from content providing (similar to the concept of a "​Zentralabitur"​) and assume that collaborating scientific institutions will complement each other in producing content, whereas the certification board has the power to establish generally accepted certificate definitions and corresponding exams without the burden of being responsible for the content.
 +
 +  * {{:​research:​projects:​pecoh:​D4_4-online-examination.pdf|D4.4 Online Examination}}
 +    * This deliverable contains the description of the prototypical process to facilitate multiple choice tests for the online examination of HPC skills. It is based on the insight that trust in the generated certificates is important and it describes the overall architecture and security concept of our solution. The process strategy to mitigate potential cheating attempts is based on the creation of a big question pool, the users‘ registration,​ and the technical verifiability,​ based on cryptographic methods, of the tests and the certificates.
  
   * {{:​research:​projects:​pecoh:​D5_1-documentation-of-recommendations.pdf|D5.1 Documentation of Recommendations}}   * {{:​research:​projects:​pecoh:​D5_1-documentation-of-recommendations.pdf|D5.1 Documentation of Recommendations}}
research/projects/pecoh/start.1579091130.txt.gz · Last modified: 2020-01-15 13:25 by Kai Himstedt