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Are you interested in research computing? Bring your lunch for a brown bag lunch and hands-on workshop that explores ASU’s high performance computing resources.

Intro to Supercomputing
Host: Brandon Mikkelsen, Director of Research Data Management
Monday, August 29, 2016

10 a.m.–noon (10–11 a.m., lecture; 11–noon, hands-on practice)
Life Sciences Center C (LSC) 180, Tempe campus [map]
All faculty, staff and students are welcome to attend

Research Computing Brown Bag Seminars

This is a series of interactive seminars sponsored by the Research Computing Faculty Working Group. The seminars are intended to provide student and faculty researchers hands-on exposure to the research computing resources available at ASU and to provide an opportunity for discussion, troubleshooting, and information sharing. These seminars will range from the introduction to high performance computing and basic programming, to discipline-specific workshops.

About Research Computing:

ASU Research Computing represents leading academic supercomputing capabilities — providing a high-performance computing environment, a high-end data intensive ecosystem (Big Data), a highly available 100 gigabit Internet2 connected network internal and external via Internet2 through an ESNET Science DMZ, large-scale data storage and elastic capacity to the public cloud. Its mission is to eliminate boundaries to research computing by providing transformative advanced computing solutions in a cost-effective manner and to support the university’s mission and goals as they apply to research, education and public service. For more information about RC@ASU, email

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