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HiPerGator: The Road to Productive Computing
March 18 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Spring 2020 is zooming at hyper speed. Now is the time to get your data questions answered.
This is the best time to discover the incredible computing resources that Research Computing has to offer.
Are you swamped by your Big Data? Are you lost in the Cloud? Looking for answers to your computing questions?
Byte back with HiPerGator!
the 3rd most powerful university supercomputer in the U.S.A.
Ying Zhang, Research Facilitator with
University of Florida Information Technology will help you navigate the
High Performance Gator Environment
Due to the current health concerns and UF directives, Dr. Zhang’s office hours and live chats will be conducted online via Zoom. If you need help, please visit https://www.rc.ufl.edu/help/remote-support/.
Every Wednesday – NEXT OPEN HOURS – March 18, 2020
Open Consultation Hours between 10:00AM to 3:00PM
Informatics Institute – E251 CSE Bldg.
Do you have time in the morning, maybe during lunch or even mid afternoon?
Stop by when you have a few minutes or more to learn how RC can benefit you.
No Appointment Needed. Walk Ins Welcome!
The UF Informatics Institute (UFII) is hosting an outreach program every Wednesday through the fall, spring, and summer semesters to introduce researchers to the comprehensive computing services available at UF. The program, led by Office of Research Computing Research Facilitator Ying Zhang, provides consultation on data management and computation needs as well as the full range of services offered by UFIT.
- Weekly sessions – Every Wednesday, Open Office Hours between 10:00AM and 3:00PM
- Location – UF Informatics Institute, E253 CSE Building (beside the French Fries and Marston Science Library)
- NO appointment necessary – just drop in anytime between 10:00AM and 3:00PM with your questions
UFII’s outreach program is designed to facilitate research across the university and provide the opportunity to establish connections among research groups, promoting collaboration and interdisciplinary research within the UF community. Ying has worked with researchers in all science and engineering disciplines, improving work and dataflow to increase the efficiency of research groups’ usage of high performance computing resources.
- Introduce to UF researchers the comprehensive computing services provided by Research Computing, including software applications, data management, and restricted data services.
- Provide consultations on research group’s data management and computation needs, and help facilitate their research with our services.
- Establish connections among research groups for potential collaborations and promote interdisciplinary research in the UF community.