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Thank you for joining us for the 2022 DARWIN Computing Symposium, sponsored by the Data Science Institute. 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.

With the DARWIN resource in full operation mode, the 2022 DARWIN Computing Symposium hosted a series of panels concerning use & access to the DARWIN HPC resource and educational opportunities & needs. In addition, poster presentations and invited talks highlighted a number of relevant computational- and data-intensive (CDI) research projects that leveraged the DARWIN HPC resource and/or align with DARWIN’s broader goals in fostering collaboration and CDI-intensive research across the Delaware region.

This day-long event was held in hybrid (virtual and in-person) mode on March 24, 2022, with the in-person component taking place in the Audion of STAR Tower. Recordings of the event are available below.

 

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Session I: Science on DARWIN
Presentation 1
Shanshan Ding

Shanshan Ding

Statistics

University of Delaware

Presentation 2
Tom Hsu

Tom Hsu

Coastal Engineering

University of Delaware

Presentation 3
Gonzalo Arce

Gonzalo Arce

Lidar imaging

University of Delaware

Session Chair
Alexei Kananenka

Alexei Kananenka

Physics and Astronomy

University of Delaware

Session II: Democratizing DARWIN
Presentation 1
Karthik Balasubramanian

Karthik Balasubramanian

Information Systems & Supply Chain Management

Howard University

Presentation 2
Andrey Semichaevsky

Andrey Semichaevsky

Chemistry and Physics

Lincoln University

Presentation 3
Jun Ren

Jun Ren

Physics & Engineering

Delaware State University

Session Chair
Benjamin Bagozzi

Benjamin Bagozzi

Political Science & International Relations

University of Delaware

Session III: Science on DARWIN
Presentation 1
Charles Cheung

Charles Cheung

Postdoc (Safronova), Physics

University of Delaware

Presentation 2
Alex Bryer

Alex Bryer

Graduate Student (Perilla), Molecular Dynamics

University of Delaware

Presentation 3
Christian Heil

Christian Heil

Graduate Student (Jayaraman), Chemical Engineering

University of Delaware

Session Chair
Jun Ren

Jun Ren

Physics & Engineering

Delaware State University

Session IV: DARWIN for Education

 

Presentation 1
Arthi Jayaraman

Arthi Jayaraman

DARWIN in the Classroom

University of Delaware

Presentation 2
Sunita Chandrasekaran

Sunita Chandrasekaran

DARWIN in the Hackathons

University of Delaware

Session Chair

Jodi Hadden-Perilla

Chemistry & Biochemistry,

University of Delaware

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Schedule
8:30Registration & Poster Setup
9:00Introduction
9:15Remarks from NSF-OAC
9:30Advancing Research Computing at UD
9:45Session I
10:45Coffee Break
11:00Session II
12:00 Lunch
1:00Poster Session
2:00Session III
3:00Session IV
3:40Coffee Break
3:55Accessing DARWIN
4:15Panel: DARWIN User Experiences
4:55Closing Remarks & Best Poster Award
Planning Committee

Jodi Hadden-Perilla (Co-Chair)
Juan Perilla (Co-Chair)
Rudolf Eigenmann
Arthi Jayaraman
Benjamin Bagozzi
Cathy Wu
William Totten
Jun Ren
Chuming Chen
Julie Cowart
Parinaz Barakhshan
James Korman
Andrea Trungold: Coordinator

Downloads

Morning

  • Welcome and Remarks from NSF-OAC [Video]
  • Advancing Research Computing at UD [Video]
  • Session I: Science on DARWIN [Video]
  • Session II: Democratizing DARWIN [Video]
  • Poster sessions (in person and virtual) [Video][Gallery]

Afternoon

  • Session III: Science on DARWIN [Video]
  • Session IV: DARWIN for Education [Video]
  • Accessing DARWIN [Video]
  • Panel: DARWIN User Experiences and Closing [Video]

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