ASU faculty, staff and students are invited to join Research Computing for this supercharged event! Special guests from the Libraries, Data Science and Analytics, Knowledge Enterprise, NVIDIA,and MathWorks will also be in attendance. This Expo is designed to inspire and motivate our research community to use Research Computing’s supercomputing systems and other critical services for…
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Learning Sparks is a new ASU video series that aims to ignite learners’ passions for topics aligned with jobs of the future.
Are you preparing to apply for a National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development, or CAREER, Award? Use the Fulton Schools NSF CAREER Resources website as a guide to crafting a high-quality proposal, review the graphic design for research proposals process guide, and use the Proposal Intake form to request editing support and consult with Tirupalavanam Ganesh on your education outreach…
The Fulton Schools Dean’s Office Events team will be hosting a series of trainings to assist with learning about tools and resources for events, planning a conference, how to incorporate diversity, equity and inclusion into your events, and lastly a training on convocation procedures.
Chao Wang, an associate teaching professor within the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, is incorporating artificial intelligence and Internet of Things into her Introduction to Engineering curriculum through MATLAB exercises.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, or SAAM, and ASU has several opportunities for you to be part of a university-wide effort to prevent sexual violence. We each have a responsibility to create a caring and inclusive learning environment where violence is not normalized or tolerated. The theme of national Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2023…
The Fulton Schools Research Services team invites National Science Foundation CAREER Award-eligible Fulton Schools faculty to attend a workshop focused on strategies for responding to the NSF CAREER solicitation.
The content of these workshops is specific to the Fulton Schools. New assistant or associate teaching professors, those considering submitting applications for promotion the upcoming academic year, and faculty mentors are especially encouraged to attend one of the sessions.
The Knowledge Enterprise at Arizona State University with W. P. Carey School of Business, the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering and The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences are providing Overleaf Professional for all faculty, students and staff who would like to use a collaborative, online LaTeX editor for their projects.
A 7.8 magnitude earthquake on Feb. 6 and thousands of aftershocks have devastated communities in Turkey and Syria. Consider supporting reputable international organizations providing humanitarian aid and emergency relief within the two countries. As with all charitable giving, use caution.
Research Computing will be offering the Software Carpentry: Shell, Git, and R for Reproducible Scientific Analysis online course Monday, Feb. 13–Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2023. This three-day course will teach these core topics: the Unix shell, version control with Git, and R.
Join the FSE Learning and Teaching Hub for professional learning opportunities this semester.
Assistant Professor Sydney Schaefer has put together a professional clothing library (currently with women’s clothing and shoes) for students to use in preparation for upcoming research conferences, presentations, interviews and more.
Research Computing offers a wide variety of educational resources including virtual or in-person workshops and training sessions, hosted virtual “office hours,” online training materials and user documentation. Below are some examples of the training provided to the community.
By the end of this short presentation, you will learn about what a supercomputer is and how you might be able to use this powerful resource to supercharge your research! Bring your questions and curiosity for this all-level, inclusive workshop!