The Columbia HPC-SIG (High Performance Computing-Special Interest Group) is an informal group open to any member of the Columbia Community with an interest in HPC. The goal of the SIG is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and information regarding the technical aspects of planning, building, and operating HPC systems and services.
Meetings are held approximately once a quarter. No prior notification is required in order to attend - just show up!
Discussion focuses on technical topics rather than issues such as funding or policy.
|Friday April 27 2012||1 pm||1109 School of Social Work||Presentation by Paul Muzio (CUNY)|
|Tuesday January 24 2012||2 pm||1109 School of Social Work||Presentation by Dave Lifka (Cornell)|
|Thursday July 14 2011||noon||703 Northwest Corner Building||Presentation by John Wofford (C2B2)|
|Thursday March 31 2011||noon||1109 School of Social Work||Presentation by Rob Lane (CUIT)|
|Wednesday January 12 2011||1 pm||115 Computer Center|
To receive notifications of upcoming meetings as well as occasional information regarding HPC-related opportunities, subscribe to the HPC-SIG mailing list.
For more infomation about the Columbia HPC-SIG, email Rob Lane at firstname.lastname@example.org.