CLUSTER Community: Nancy Wilkins-Diehr from NSF’s XSEDE & San Diego Supercomputing Center – Dec. 6
Boise State’s Research Community Invited to Learn about FREE XSEDE Expert Resources for Using HPC and Developing Science Gateways.
When: Wednesday, December 6
Where: Bishop Barnwell, Student Union Building
Time: 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
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More About the Talk
Expect to Learn About:
Extended Collaborative Support Service program (ECSS), FREE expert help with optimizing use of XSEDE resources (funded by the National Science Foundation), including:
- Performance analysis
- Data analytics
- Efficient use of accelerators
- I/O optimization
- Petascale optimization
Science Gateways Community Institute: Science gateways allow science & engineering communities to access shared data, software, computing services, instruments, educational materials, and other resources specific to their disciplines. These FREE services include:
- Extender developer support
- Scientific Software Collaborative
- Community Engagement & Exchange
- Workforce Development – internships, workshops, young professionals network, mentoring, financial support, learning about gateway related career paths
Bio: Nancy directs the NSF-funded Science Gateways Community Institute and is a co-principal investigator on the NSF XSEDE award where she co-directs the Extended Collaborative Support program. She has been with the San Diego Supercomputer Center since 1993 and has held a variety of management positions there. Prior to that she held engineering positions with General Atomics and General Dynamics in San Diego. Nancy received her Bachelor’s degree from Boston College in Mathematics and Philosophy and her Master’s degree in Aerospace Engineering from San Diego State University.
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