The Data Science Institute is sponsoring a full day symposium at the UD STAR Campus in STAR Tower Audion on February 12, 2020. This event will be the formal kick-off meeting for the DARWIN High Performance Computing (HPC) resource. In addition to a few invited talks, we will have a poster presentation session with posters from faculty and/or students within the UD campus as well as from external partner institutions who wish to use DARWIN resources for their computational work.
Researchers at UD that have expressed interest and proposed ways to use DARWIN resources during the proposal preparation stage are invited to attend this symposium and present a poster (at most one poster from each research lab). The posters should describe how they anticipate using DARWIN for ongoing/future projects in their research groups.
The 2020 DSI DARWIN Computing Symposium proceedings are accessible here.
Session I: DARWIN for Chemical, Physical & Materials Science and Engineering
Session II: DARWIN for Biomedical and Biological Sciences
Session III: DARWIN for Environmental Sciences
Session IV: DARWIN for Business, Social Sciences, and Educational Efforts
Associate Professor, Political Science & International Relations,
University of Delaware
|Remarks from NSF
|Panel and Discussion
- Arthi Jayaraman
- Rudolf Eigenmann
- Benjamin Bagozzi
- William Totten
- Cathy Wu
- Andrea Trungold: Coordinator