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ARC 2023: COVID-19 Wins and Lessons
In April, the Center for Research Computing held our biennial symposium exploring the ways that computing-driven research responded to the myriad aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic with two national keynote speakers, along with researchers from the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon.
There will also be a poster competition for Pitt graduates and undergraduates with three $750 travel prizes.
Poster competition guidelines
Local Speakers Keynotes
Harry Hochheiser, associate professor, Pitt Department of Biomedical Informatics
Director, Models of Infectious Disease Study (MIDAS) Coordination Center
Lillian Chong, professor, Pitt Department of Chemistry
Affiliated faculty, CMU-Pitt Molecular Biophysics/Structural Biology Program
and CMU-Pitt Computational Biology Program
Olexandr Isayev, assistant professor, CMU Department of Chemistry
Jishnu Das, assistant professor, Pitt Departments of Immunology and Computational & Systems Biology
Director, Computational Immunogenomics Core, Center for Systems Immunology
Adam Hobaugh & Kim Wong, co-directors, Center for Research Computing
8 – 9 am Breakfast
Rob Rutenbar, Pitt Senior Vice Chancellor for Research
9:15 – 10 am
Keynote Rommie Amaro
10:05 – 10:30 am
10:30 – 10:50 am Break
10:55 – 11:20am
11:50 am –1:30 pm Lunch
1:30 –1:35 pm
1:40 – 2:25 pm
Keynote Roni Rosenfield
2:30 – 2:55 pm
Adam Hobaugh and Kim Wong
3 – 3:35 pm
3:40 – 5 pm
Student Poster Contest (hors d'oeuvres will be available)
- University of Pittsburgh graduate and undergraduate students are eligible for three $750 travel prizes.
- Pitt post-docs are invited to submit but are not eligible for prize money.
- Students from other institutions are invited to submit, but are not eligible for prize money.
See the poster competition guidelines.