The 2023 Oklahoma Supercomputing Symposium is scheduled to be held all day on Wednesday, September 27, and will be conducted exclusively through Zoom.
The Symposium comes to you at no cost!
Furthermore, if you are aware of colleagues or students, whether they are graduate or undergraduate students, from community colleges, career technical institutions, or high schools, who possess an interest in these domains, this event presents an excellent occasion to acquaint them with these subjects. This is particularly appealing due to the fact that there is no charge associated with participation. For additional details and the registration process, kindly refer to their website.
OSU’s High Performance Computing Center (HPCC) is hosting a series of three workshops this fall:
- Workshop 1: Basics of Linux for Research Programming, September 21st, 2023 (2:00 - 5:00 PM)
- Workshop 2: Intermediate Linux for Scientists and Researchers, October 26th, 2023 (2:00 - 5:00 PM)
- Workshop 3: Beginning and Intermediate Bioinformatics, November 30th, 2023 (2:00 - 5:00 PM)
Note: The Workshop 2 registrations are for virtual attendees only. Attendees of the 2nd OAK Supercomputing conference in Little Rock, AR may participate in person as part of the OAK conference.
Additional information and registration links can be found on our website: https://hpcc.okstate.edu/workshops.html
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The 2nd semi-annual OAK Supercomputing Conference is being hosted by Arkansas State University. Join them in Downtown Little Rock to help build a community for High-Performance Computing (HPC) research, training, and outreach across the Oklahoma/Arkansas/Kansas (OAK) region.
HPC plays a vital role in various fields, spanning STEM, data science/analytics, bioinformatics, machine learning/artificial intelligence, medicine, business, linguistics, and more. The conference's objective is to unite the HPC research and user community, facilitating discussions on the latest trends and uses of HPC.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: Abstract submissions are requested for contributed talks (Wednesday-Thursday) and a poster session (Wednesday evening) intended for students, postdocs, and early career researchers. They welcome abstracts covering a wide range of HPC applications, such as artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML), bioinformatics, data science/data analytics, computational materials science, and other pertinent subjects. Student poster presentations will be eligible for awards. For more information, please check their website.
Welcome to the 2023 Spring OAK Supercomputing Conference! This is the first conference in a series of semi-annual conferences for the Oklahoma, Arkansas and Kansas (OAK) region, bringing together supercomputing experts, researchers, and students from across the region for a discussion and exploration of the latest trends and technologies in the field of high-performance computing. Topics will include the relevance of machine learning & artificial intelligence and data-driven applications in scientific research. Register here
Date: April 5-7th, 2023
Location: OSU Campus, Stillwater, Oklahoma
The new Milton A. and Dawn P. Messinger Digital Scholars Commons in Ablah Library is ready to be explored! This interdisciplinary space and presentation area can be reserved for classes and public events. Visit our open house for an in-person demonstration of this space's new advanced technology. Snacks will be provided while supplies last.
Date: Wednesday, May 3, 2023
Time: 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Location: Ablah Library
ACCESS (Advanced Cyberinfrastructure Coordination Ecosystem: Services & Support) program, funded by National Science Foundation (NSF), offers a wide range of advanced computational resources that empower researchers to the next level of their research. ACCESS also provides a variety of training and events. Please look here for details.
Machine Learning on BeoShock HPC
Abstract: Machine Learning is a subfield of artificial intelligence (AI) and computer science that focuses on using data and algorithms to imitate human learning behaviors and automatically improve model accuracy. BeoShock high-performance computing (HPC) cluster at Wichita State University has already been used by students, faculty, and staff, providing valuable computing experiences to accelerate their research and coursework. In this presentation, we will introduce the basic concepts of HPC job submission, machine learning tools available on BeoShock, and running machine learning jobs on CPU/GPUs.
Date and Time: Feb 17th at 3pm
Location: JB 372
The Office of Instructional Resources offers the Academic Resources Conference (ARC) each year for training, discussion, and reflection opportunities for all WSU/WSU Tech instructors and student-facing staff. On Wednesday's session of ARC 23, Dr. Terrance Figy will include the introduction of the high-performance computing system, BeoShock, at WSU.
Date: January 11, 2023
Time: 3:00 pm - 3:50 pm