10 Years of Enabling Science
Celebrating 10 Years of the Research Computing Center
The Research Computing Center (RCC) is celebrating 10 years of enabling research at the University of Chicago.
The RCC supports more than 9,000 users, including almost 700 principal investigators, with programs and services driven by the needs of the faculty, students, and researchers.
To celebrate this milestone, the RCC is hosting a variety of activities this year that include a speaker series, lunch and learns, workshops, and hackathons that will culminate with the Research Computing Expo Symposium-Mind Bytes 2023.
August 23, 2022, 11 AM – 12 PM CDT, via Zoom.
Salman Habib, Director of Computational Science Division and Distinguished Fellow at Argonne National Lab.
The Exascale Scientific Computing Landscape: Challenges and Opportunities.
February 21, 2022, 2 PM – 3 PM CST.
Shashi Shekhar, McKnight Distinguished University Professor, University of Minnesota.
What is special about Geo-AI and Spatial Data Science?
Lunch & Learn
Lunch & Learn
May 26, 2022, 12 PM -1 PM CDT, via Zoom
Data visualization in the deluge of data era:
How to extract meaningful insight from data? What are the state of the art tools for exploratory, scientific, and information visualization?
Join the conversation and learn about best practices and tools for converting complex data into impactful data visualizations.
Presented by Paul Navrátil,
Director of Visualization, Texas Advanced Computing Center
March 29, 2022, 12 PM -1 PM CDT, via Zoom
Have you recently thought your code takes a long time to run?
Wondered how do you know if your code is really efficiently using the newest Intel processors?
Learn important tips and tricks directly from Intel expert, Mark Lubin, Senior Technical Consulting Engineer.
This session will provide an insight on using Intel tools, profilers, how to optimize application performance for HPC, cloud, IoT, media, storage, and more.