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Research Computing Day 2019

Research Computing Day
September 18, 2019

Learn more about leveraging the power of computers to grow the depth of our investigation and research at  Research Computing Day.

Research Computing Day at UAB is an annual event that welcomes discussions on science, engineering, the arts and humanities focused on the drive to open new research frontiers with advances in technology.

The event, which opens with a welcome from UAB Vice President and CIO Curtis A. Carver Jr., Ph.D., will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at The Edge of Chaos, 4th floor, Lister Hill Library.  Lunch will be provided.

UAB is home to the state’s fastest supercomputer, named Cheaha after Alabama’s highest peak. Whether computers are used to increase the accuracy of a model, to interpret the ever-growing stream of data from new image collections and instruments or to engage with peers around the globe, UAB’s status as a leading research community depends on the ability to incorporate these capabilities into the research process. The focus of this year’s Research Computing Day will highlight successes, preview enhancements and be an opportunity for the community to help shape strategic direction.

Monday, November 11, 2019 - 7:00am to 5:30pm
Research Computing
Event Access: 
Open to the Public