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.
Propose a poster presentation and/or register for Symposium attendance here. Poster proposals are due January 31st and event registration closes February 8th.
Session 1: Physics, Engineering, and Computer Science
Session 2: Bioinformatics and Health
Session 3: Environmental Sciences
|8:30||Welcome & Introductions|
|9:00||Remarks from NSF‑OAC|
|10:15||Panel: DARWIN Overview|
|11:15||Poster Lightning Talks|
|12:00||Lunch & Poster Session|
|2:00||Panel: Education & Training|
|4:00||Panel: DARWIN User Experiences|
|4:50||Closing Remarks & Best Poster Award|
Prof. Arthi Jayaraman
Prof. Benjamin Bagozzi
Prof. Cathy Wu
Prof. Rudolf Eigenmann
Mr. William Totten
Andrea Trungold: Coordinator