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There will be limited seating for all the workshops so please sign-up early. Further information about these workshops will be announced in The Informer , WSU Week and on OGRD's website.

2014 OGRD DATABASE WORKSHOPS
PLEASE SIGN-UP FOR THE DATE OF YOUR CHOICE
 
   OGRD Database Workshop 2014 OGRD would like to provide regularly scheduled training on the myresearch database for any faculty, A/P, and classified staff employees that would like a bit more in-depth training. The workshop will include, but not be limited to, searches, proposal reports, award reports, status look-ups, acronym clarification, on-line reviewer options, electronic distribution, etc. These sessions are intended to provide training and feedback to users and potential users and will be relatively open-ended.

Polycom is available upon request and you will need to have a lap top computer available for your off site training, contact Pam Kelley at pjkelley@wsu.edu
Please state your campus location when registering: example: WSU-Spokane

LOCATION: ETC, Neill Hall, 416

2014 Schedule

Wednesday, December 10th 2:00 3:30pm
Tri-Cities: 209W
Spokane: SAC 515
  • -Sign Up- (13 seats left) ( 12/10/2014 2:00-3:30pm ) ETC, Neill Hall, 416

THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR RESEARCH DISTINGUISHED LECTURE
DECEMBER 9, 2014
 
    "Petascale Computing: Advancing the Frontiers of Computational Research"

Presented by: Thom H. Dunning, Jr.
of Northwest Institute for Advanced Computing, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory & University of Washington and Department of Chemistry, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

A new generation of supercomputers is providing scientists and engineers with the ability to simulate a broad range of natural and engineered systems with unprecedented fidelity. Just as important, in this increasingly data-rich world, these new computers are allowing researchers to recognize phenomena, connections, and patterns in their search for knowledge. The impact of these new computing capabilities will be profound, affecting science, engineering and society. The presentation will describe Blue Waters, a petascale computing system at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign that was funded by the National Science Foundation, and illustrate the role that Blue Waters is playing in a few illustrative areas of research.


Programmatic inquiries please contact Christian Mailhiot, Christian.mailhiot@wsu.edu
  • -Sign Up- (37 seats left) ( 12/9/2014 3:00-4:00pm ) Pullman: TBD
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