Introduction to Research Computing at Princeton presentation, 2/22/17
Have you ever asked the question, “What is Research Computing?” Would you like to know more about the computing and data services and resources provided to help researchers at the university?
This talk is an overview of what Research Computing is along with a summary of the High Performance Computing (HPC) and data resources that are available. You will learn about a number of other related services that are provided including programming and data help. You will also hear about the training and outreach activities organized by the Princeton Institute for Computational Science & Engineering (PICSciE) and Research Computing, OIT offered this semester. There will be a brief Q&A session after the talk.
Curt Hillegas is the Associate CIO for Research Computing at Princeton University managing the TIGRESS High Performance Computing and Visualization Center, a collaboration between the PICSciE and OIT. He has helped to build a centrally managed research computing infrastructure that includes nearly 1 PFLOPS of computational systems and 4 PB of shared storage as well as staffing for system administration, programming, and visualization support. Curt received his B.S. in Chemistry from Lehigh University and his M.A. and Ph.D. in Chemistry from Princeton University
Location: 138 Lewis Science Library
Date/Time: 02/22/17 at 4:00 pm - 02/22/17 at 5:00 pm
Category: Special Talk