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The Minnesota Supercomputing Institute will host a seminar given by XSEDE, Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment. The seminar will be held on the University of Minnesota campus on June 12, 2014, and will explain the ranges of resources and services available to faculty, researchers, staff, and students through XSEDE.
This event is free, but registration is required. You can register at the XSEDE website. Attendance for this seminar is limited.
XSEDE is the most advanced, powerful, and robust collection of integrated advanced digital resources and services in the world. It is a single virtual system that scientists and educators can use to interactively share computing resources, data, and expertise.
Questions can be sent to Kay Hunt, email@example.com.
McNamara Alumni Center, Ski-U-Mah room
200 Oak St. SE
University of Minnesota, East Bank Campus
8:15am - Coffee and Registration Check In
8:30am - Overview of the Minnesota Supercomputing Institute
9:00am - Overview of XSEDE resources and services
9:30 am - XSEDE Training Opportunities
10:00am - Break
10:15am - Extended Collaborative Support and Science Successes
11:00am - Introduction to the Intel Xeon Phi on Stampede
11:45am - Lunch - Discussion Tables with XSEDE Staff (lunch will be provided)
12:30 pm - New User Orientation and Training
1:30 pm - XSEDE Campus Bridging
2:00pm - Break
2:15pm - Computational Thinking and Adding Computational Science to the Curriculum
3:45pm - Questions and Final Wrap up Discussion