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ASU Research Computing provides a wide offering of computing resources to our community of researchers, including:
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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.
|Penguin Computing POD – Penguin on Demand cloud workshop||04-11-2017||8:30AM – 3:30PM|
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Research Computing Working Group considers and recommends resources, policies, plans, and capabilities that affect faculty research computing and scholarly activities.
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The Research Computing staff extends an invitation to “office hours” every Tuesday from 1-4:00 PM in GWC 546. This is an opportunity for you to come by our offices and meet with our HPC experts in person. Bring your projects, questions, issues and we will provide 1:1 assistance. No appointment necessary – just stop on by!
For additional information about this series or ASU's research computing resources, contact us at email@example.com.
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