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Tue May 28, 2019

  • Talking About Your Research

    3:30 pm – 5 pm
    Heading to a conference soon? Need to effectively communicate your research to different audiences? In this interactive workshop, you'll learn strategies for talking about your research effectively with a variety of audiences and contexts, and you'll have an opportunity to practice those skills. See the full listing of Graduate College workshops: https://go.grad.illinois.edu/workshops

Wed May 29, 2019

  • 2nd IBM PowerAI Training Workshop

    Multi-Day
    NCSA has recently deployed a powerful system for deep learning as part of a Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) grant from the National Science Foundation. The system consists of 16 IBM POWER9 servers with four NVIDIA GPUs per server running the IBM PowerAI software stack. We are happy to announce its availability to all at Illinois. Please direct your research teams to this wiki page with instructions on how to apply for an account and use the system. We are planning a training workshop May 29-30 with presentations and hands-on labs conducted by IBM on May 29 and a bring-your-own-code session on May 30. Please register for the workshop by Wednesday, May 22, 2019. Registration is on a first-come first served basis, as it is limited to the first 45 registrants per session. Workshop schedule can be found here.
  • Illustrator CC Getting Started

    10 am – 12 pm
    In this 2-hour workshop, participants will learn how to create and open Illustrator documents, navigate the user interface, use vector shapes to create a logo that looks good on screen and in print. No prior knowledge of Illustrator is required.
  • Bench to Bedside Series-Carle Internal Medicine

    12 pm
    Residents Grover
  • Bench to Bedside Series

    12 pm

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  • Bench to Bedside Series

    12 pm

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  • BRL Seminar and Journal Club

    4 pm

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Thu May 30, 2019

  • 2nd IBM PowerAI Training Workshop

    Multi-Day
    NCSA has recently deployed a powerful system for deep learning as part of a Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) grant from the National Science Foundation. The system consists of 16 IBM POWER9 servers with four NVIDIA GPUs per server running the IBM PowerAI software stack. We are happy to announce its availability to all at Illinois. Please direct your research teams to this wiki page with instructions on how to apply for an account and use the system. We are planning a training workshop May 29-30 with presentations and hands-on labs conducted by IBM on May 29 and a bring-your-own-code session on May 30. Please register for the workshop by Wednesday, May 22, 2019. Registration is on a first-come first served basis, as it is limited to the first 45 registrants per session. Workshop schedule can be found here.
  • Outlook 2016: Tips and Tricks

    10 am – 12 pm
    Wish you had a smarter, more efficient way to arrange your Outlook 2016 email and more? In this two-hour workshop, you will learn how to use the conversation view; how to insert a screenshot into a message; sorting messages; advanced searching techniques, including filters; working with folders; using flags, color categories, and rules. Prerequisite: Familiarity with Windows. A Microsoft Exchange account is required. Course Length: 2 hours
  • NCSA Special Lecture: "Cybersecurity to Enable Science: Hindsight & Vision from the NSF Cybersecurity Center of Excellence"

    10 am
    Abstract: How can cybersecurity play an enabling role in scientific research? This talk describes the first five years of experience from NSF Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, its vision for the next five, and its take on how cybersecurity supports scientific integrity, reproducibility, and productivity. Bio: Von Welch has been enabling scientific research through cybersecurity for over twenty years. He serves as the Director and PI for the NSF Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (Trusted CI) and for the recently announced NSF-funded Research Security Operations Center (ResearchSOC). At Indiana University he is the Director of the Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research (CACR) and an Associate Director for the IU Pervasive Technology Institute.

Fri May 31, 2019

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