COMPUTING ENVIRONMENTS

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For more information on the Saguaro environment and how to get started utilizing it, please visit: https://saguaro1.asu.edu/howto

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For more information on the Ocotillo environment and how to get started utilizing it, please visit: https://ocotillo1.asu.edu/howto

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For more information on the Espina environment and how to get started utilizing it, please visit: https://espina.asu.edu/howto

COMPUTING RESOURCES

ASU Research Computing provides a wide offering of computing resources to our community of researchers, including:

  • ASU Research Computing Cloud Service
  • Data Intensive Compute (Hadoop)
  • Access to various software packages
  • Research proposal support
  • Access to XSEDE, Internet 2 and other external services

For more information visit http://hpchelp.asu.edu/info/

TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES

Research Computing Brown Bag Seminars

Research Computing Hands-on Seminars

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This is a series of discussion-based seminars sponsored by the Research Computing Faculty Training Subgroup. The seminars are intended to expose student and faculty researchers to the research computing resources available at ASU and to provide an opportunity for discussion, troubleshooting, and information sharing.

Mondays
Title Date Time
Introduction to Supercomputing at ASU08-29-201610am-12pm
Interacting with the cluster: SSH/SFTP, SLURM Batch Scripts09-12-201610am-12pm
Useful Shell Scripting09-26-201610am-12pm
Uncertainty Quantification and Sensitivity Analysis 10-24-201610am-12pm
Designing and Implementing a Pipeline for Reference-based Genome Assembly11-07-201610am-12pm
Protein Analysis11-21-201610am-12pm
Stochastic Modeling and Simulations12-05-201610am-12pm

Monday workshops will take place in Life Sciences Center C, Room 180 (LSC 180) from 10 AM to 12 PM. This is an interactive workshop with a lecture from 10-11 AM and hands-on practice from 11 AM to noon. If you have any questions, please email researchcomputing@asu.edu.

Research Computing Brown Bag Discussion Groups

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Fridays
Title Date Time
Welcome to Research Computing09-09-201612pm-1pm
Learn about Shell Scripting09-16-201612pm-1pm
Accessing the Cluster09-23-201612pm-1pm
User Feedback: Training, Communications, Outreach09-30-201612pm-1pm
What does Research Computing at ASU Offer?10-14-201612pm-1pm
Types of Protein Analysis10-21-201612pm-1pm
Finance and HPC10-28-201612pm-1pm
Genomics and HPC11-04-201612pm-1pm
Research Computing Across ASU11-18-201612pm-1pm
Informatics Funding12-02-201612pm-1pm

Friday discussions will take place in GWC Room 487 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM. Please feel free to bring your lunch. If you have questions, please email researchcomputing@asu.edu.

Research Computing Speaker Series

The ASU Working Group for Research Computing presents the Research Computing Speaker Series. These ongoing seminars will feature two to three speakers each semester from a variety of disciplines and will highlight the real-world applications of high performance computing. ASU faculty, staff and students may register via the links below; non-ASU guests may register directly via email at researchcomputing@asu.edu.

The Research Computing Working Group considers and recommends resources, policies, plans, and capabilities that affect faculty research computing and scholarly activities.

Research Computing Speaker Series
Title Host Date Time
Mind, Brain and Behavior: Computing and DiscoveryDr. Rajendra Bose09-28-20162PM - 3PM
Moving from Precision Medicine to Next Generation HealthcareDr. Joel Dudley10-18-20162PM - 3PM
#hpcmattersMs. Dona Crawford12-01-20162PM - 3PM

For additional information about this series or ASU's research computing resources, contact Marisa Brazil, Program Manager at marisa.brazil@asu.edu.

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