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Fall 2022 Research Computing Series

Do you need more computing power to move your research and creativity forward? At the Fall 2022 Research Computing Series, Assistant Professor of Biology Yasir Ahmed-Braimah and Social Science PhD Student Emmy Helander will discuss how they leverage Syracuse University’s advanced computing resources to strengthen their work.

Assistant Professor of Biology Yasir Ahmed-Braimah
Ahmed-Braimah

The sessions will take place via Microsoft Teams:

  • Yasir Ahmed-Braimah, Assistant Professor of Biology, College of Arts & Sciences—Thursday, Nov. 3, at 12:30 p.m. ET
  • Emmy Helander, Ph.D. student, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs; MPH student, Falk College—Wednesday, Nov. 9, at 12:30 p.m. ET

ITS hosts the Series in collaboration with the Research Computing Advisory Council. Each session explores how campus computing resources help faculty and students tackle new and more complex computational tasks, increase the competitiveness of grant submissions and more.

Graduate Student Emmy Helander
Helander

Attendees also will have the opportunity to connect with their peers and meet the Information Technology Services Research Computing staff.

All faculty, students and staff conducting, planning or supporting advanced computing activities at Syracuse University are invited to the sessions.

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Spring 2022 Research Computing Series

Wednesday, April 13, 12:30-1:30 p.m. EST

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NVIDIA Senior Solutions Architect Brad Palmer

NVIDIA Senior Solutions Architect Brad Palmer along with the Research Computing team discuss how faculty and student researchers can get the most out of their GPU resources.

Hosted by the ITS Research Computing team, the Research Computing Series provides a forum for faculty and students to learn how to move their work forward by using a wide range of tools available to them—including the SUrge graphics processor unit (GPU) cluster.

SUrge provides a significant speed increase over traditional CPUs for a variety of uses, including mathematical operations, rendering, photogrammetry and more. SUrge features more than 300 GPUs, including several NVIDIA models.

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Spring 2021 Research Computing Series

Do you need more computing power to move your work forward? Attend the Research Computing Series to learn how you can leverage Syracuse University’s advanced computing resources.

Fall 2020 Research Computing Series

Do you need more computing power to move your work forward? Attend the Research Computing Series to learn how you can leverage Syracuse University’s advanced computing resources.

Fall 2019 Research Computing Colloquies

Do you need more computing power to move your research and creativity forward? At the Fall 2019 Computing Colloquies, Daniele Profeta (Assistant Professor of Architecture) and Britton Plourde (Professor of Physics) will discuss how they leverage Syracuse University’s advanced computing resources to strengthen their work.

Spring 2019 Research Computing Colloquies

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The Power of Ideas: Spring 2018 Colloquies

Register to hear Assistant Professor Teng Zheng speak on topology design in soft structures by controlling surface wrinkles on April 17 and then on April 25 Professor Timothy Korter speaks on nondestructive and noninvasive identification of historical pigments.

Spring 2017 Research Computing Colloquy Archive

2017 colloquy speakersAbout Research Computing Colloquies

These sessions will explore how computing resources help researchers take on new and greater computational tasks, enhance research productivity, increase the competitiveness of grant submissions, and advance scientific discovery across many disciplines. 

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Fall 2016 Colloquies

Learn about Improving Scientific Innovation: A Data Science Perspective from Daniel Acuna and then later in the month Shikha Nangia speaks about Breaking Through the Blood-Brain Barrier.