Pitt CRC’s Advancing Research through Computing 2019 symposium will host a student poster competition offering $500 travel awards to winners – and a Pitt CRC T-shirt to all participants.
This is a great opportunity for students working with advanced computing in a wide range of fields – including business, social sciences, computational biology, engineering and more.
We encourage faculty to make their students aware of this opportunity. The symposium will be held in the Pitt University Club. Registration is free to any academic participant. Breakfast and lunch will be served. Register at https://crc.pitt.edu/ARC_2019_Registration. The deadline to register and submit poster abstracts is Monday, March 4.
Pitt CRC is excited to host the Advancing Research through Computing 2019 symposium on March 8 at the University of Pittsburgh. ARC 2019 will explore advanced computing in research from Social Science and Business to Molecular Biology and Visualization. In addition to our keynote speakers will be talks by Pitt and CMU researchers in political science, economics, computational biology and other fields.
Keynote speakers will be:
Gary King, PhD
Director of the Institute for Quantitative Social Science, Harvard University
Heather Carlson, PhD
University of Michigan Department of Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics
Registration for the day-long Friday conference is free to academic participants. Breakfast and lunch will be served. ARC 2019 will host a student poster session offering $500 travel awards.
Wednesday, Feb. 20, 1-4 pm. Location: 311A Schenley Place. Pitt CRC consultant Kim Wong will present a followup to the Cluster Training Workshop with hands-on experience with intermediate Linux commands,
R for Genomics
Thursday March 21, 1-4 pm. Location: Health Sciences Library System Conference Room B. Pitt CRC consultant Fangping Mu will introduce the R and Bioconductor environment on the HTC cluster.
Introduction to Data Science with R
Wednesday, April 17, 1-4 pm. Location: 311A Schenley Place. Pitt CRC consultant Kim Wong will introduce attendees to tools for performing data science with R.
Basic Coding and Machine Learning with MATLAB
Tuesday, April 22, 1-4 pm. Location TBD The presenter will be Elvira Osuna-Highley, PhD, senior customer success engineer at MathWorks, Inc.
Above: Pitt CRC research faculty consultants Fangping Mu,