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XSEDE Webinar: Introduction to Expanse, June 18, 2020

Introduction to Expanse will be presented on June 18, 2020, by Mahdhar Tatineni , Ph.D., SDSC User Support Group Lead, Research Programmer Analyst The webinar will provide an introduction to Expanse, the upcoming NSF funded HPC resource at SDSC. Detailed information will be provided on the Expanse system architecture including the CPU, GPU nodes, and the InfiniBand network. An overview of the AMD Rome architecture and optimization guidelines will be provided with examples.  ...

XSEDE ECSS Symposium: Gateway Production Monitoring & Essentials for a Successful XRAC Proposal, May 19, 2020

The next XSEDE ECSS Symposium will be  Tuesday, May 19 at 10:00 am PT / 1:00 pm ET . More information about the Symposium series and links to previous presentation can be found here:  https://www.xsede.org/for- users/ecss/ecss-symposium . Speaker: Kenneth Yoshimoto (SDSC) Title: Gateway Production Monitoring Abstract:  In order to monitor the function of a production gateway, Neuroscience Gateway (NSG), two programs were developed to test...

Science Node article "Multiplying Science" features the late James Taylor, SGCI Steering Committee member and Gateways 2019 keynote

Multiplying science Tool-sharing platform for genomics analysis becomes so much more James Taylor , professor of biology and computer science at Johns Hopkins University, died on April 2, 2020. Taylor was a trailblazer in computational biology and genomics research and one of the original developers of the Galaxy platform for data analysis. Today, we're sharing our article about Taylor's work on Galaxy, and a portion of our interview with him last autumn at the...

XSEDE Joins HPC Consortium for COVID-19 Research

XSEDE and the XSEDE Resource Allocations System ( XRAS ) are contributing to the newly-announced COVID-19 HPC Consortium from  The White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy , a private/government/academic partnership that seeks to expedite applications for advanced computing research to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.   Researchers who are interested in conducting this timely work are asked to  submit research proposals to the COVID-19 Online...

XSEDE Webinar: Running Jupyter Notebooks on Comet, Date Changed to May 21, 2020

"Running Jupyter Notebooks on Comet” will be presented on  Thursday, April 16, 2020  May 21, 2020, at 11 AM PDT. If you had already registered for the April date and still plan to attend in May, you do not need to re-register and the Zoom webinar conference coordinates will remain the same. If you cannot attend, please cancel your registration. Registration is here:  https://portal.xsede.org/ course-calendar/-/training- user/class/2042/session/3661

XSEDE Webinar: Using the SeedMe Data Management System on Comet, Thursday, March 19, 2020

The XSEDE Webinar "Using the SeedMe Data Management System on Comet" will take place Thursday, March 19, 2020, at 11:00 PDT. SeedMe is short for Stream, Encode, Explore and Disseminate My Experiments, and is inspired by seeds that proliferate and grow in a fertile environment. Just as agriculture spurred the development of civilization, SeedMe offers the science community a searchable ecosystem of rich research content and knowledge to curate and cultivate. One resource that lets...

XSEDE Webinar Dec. 12, 2019: Data Visualization With Python Using Jupyter Notebooks

XSEDE Webinar: Data Visualization With Python Using Jupyter Notebooks Date and Time: Thursday, December 12, 11:00am to 12:00pm PST. Python is rapidly becoming the programming language of choice for scientific research, and Jupyter Notebooks provide a user-friendly way of writing and running python code and of teaching and learning how to program. Visual analytics is playing an increasingly important role in data science by allowing researchers to explore massive amounts of data for...

XSEDE Gateway Attributes Submission—Webinar for Gateway Administrators, Oct. 1, 2019

The first webinar was on Sept. 18, 2019. Webinar slides are available here . The second webinar (described below) will be on October 1, 2019, at 1 pm ET (10 am PT). This webinar will provide a brief overview and insight on a new method to submit Gateway attributes and provide an opportunity for discussion. It is strongly recommended that the Gateway PI and/or Gateway admin attend this webinar. Background: XSEDE mandates Gateways to report additional attributes about gateway...

Apply by March 1 for Summer 2019 XSEDE EMPOWER internships

Do you know an undergraduate interested in computation, conducting their own research, and making connections within our community? XSEDE EMPOWER  (Expert Mentoring Producing Opportunities for Work, Education, and Research), is an internship program where undergraduates have the opportunity to participate in actual XSEDE activities, like computational research and education in all fields of study, data analytics research and education, networking, system maintenance, and support, and...

Science Gateways Supporting Deep Earth Imaging

The Texas Advanced Computing Center recently published an article about how science gateways are making it possible for researchers to explore the existence of mantle plumes. Thus far, the plumes are hypothesized, mushroom-shaped upwellings of hot rock from deep in the Earth. With the help of supercomputer simulations, one team has, for the first time, detailed how plumes decelerate seismic waves and how plumes appear in seismic tomographic images of the Earth's mantle. This work could help...
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