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The Data Science Institute is sponsoring a full day virtual symposium from 8:30am-5:00pm on February 12, 2021. This Delaware Advanced Research Workforce and Innovation Network (DARWIN) Computing Symposium event serves as the annual meeting for the NSF-funded DARWIN High Performance Computing (HPC) Resource.

The DARWIN resource has entered early access mode in December 2020, and the 2021 DARWIN Computing Symposium will host a series of panels concerning use & access to the DARWIN HPC resource, educational opportunities & needs, and early user experiences. In addition, poster presentations and invited talks will highlight a number of relevant computational- and data-intensive (CDI) research projects that align with DARWIN’s broader goals in fostering collaboration and CDI-intensive research across the Delaware region.

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Session 1: Physics, Engineering, and Computer Science
Presentation 1
Presentation 2
Session Chair
Sunita Chandrasekaran

Sunita Chandrasekaran

Asst. Professor, Computer & Information Sciences,

University of Delaware

Hacene Boukari

Hacene Boukari

Professor, Physics,

Delaware State University

Austin Brockmeier

Asst. Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Computer & Information Sciences,

University of Delaware

Session 2: Bioinformatics and Health
Presentation 1
Presentation 2
Session Chair
Erin Crowgey

Erin Crowgey

Director of Medical Bioinformatics,

Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children

Gregory Dobler

Gregory Dobler

Asst. Professor, Public Policy & Administration, Physics & Astronomy,

University of Delaware

Rahmat Beheshti

Rahmat Beheshti

Asst. Professor, Computer & Information Sciences,

University of Delaware

Session 3: Environmental Sciences
Presentation 1
Presentation 2
Session Chair
Jeff Buler

Jeff Buler

Associate Professor, Wildlife Ecology,

University of Delaware

Tina Callahan

Tina Callahan

Associate Director, DEMAC, Geography,

University of Delaware

Matt Shatley

Matt Shatley

Computer Research Specialist, Geography,

University of Delaware

Jing Gao

Jing Gao

Asst. Professor, Geography,

University of Delaware

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Schedule
8:30Welcome & Introductions
9:00Remarks from NSF‑OAC
9:15Session 1
10:15Panel: DARWIN Overview
11:15Poster Lightning Talks
12:15 Lunch & Poster Session
1:00Session 2
2:00Panel: Education & Training
3:00Session 3
4:00Panel: DARWIN User Experiences
4:50Closing Remarks & Best Poster Award
Planning Committee

Prof. Arthi Jayaraman
Prof. Benjamin Bagozzi
Prof. Cathy Wu
Prof. Rudolf Eigenmann
Mr. William Totten
Andrea Trungold: Coordinator

Contact: Ben Bagozzi (bagozzib@udel.edu)

Downloads

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Part One [Video] [Audio only] [Transcript] [Chat log]

Part Two [Video] [Audio only] [Transcript] [Chat log]

For more information contact Ben Bagozzi (bagozzib@udel.edu)

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