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ASU Research Computing logoASU Research Computing (ASURC) maintains an institutionally supported, heterogeneous computational platform for ASU researchers to pursue large-scale discovery. Over the past few years, the speed and scale of this resource has increased as access to this processing power has been made increasingly easier.

For the first time, ASURC will be sponsoring a week-long supercomputing expo open to students, staff and faculty for usage of the Agave high-performance computing cluster. This event will include in-depth and interactive training for vital topics such as using the web portal, the Linux command line, the software module system (with special focus on R, Python and Matlab), job submission, job monitoring, tools for submitting large arrays of jobs as well as how to leverage hardware such as graphics processing units (GPUs) and high memory nodes.

Within a single packed week of sessions, ASURC provides an opportunity for an intense crash course in cluster compute literacy.  Please promote this event within your department and help us accelerate ASU research university-wide.

ASU Research Computing Expo
Monday, August, 2, 2021–Friday, August 6, 2021
10 a.m.–3 p.m.
Register to attend

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