Upcoming Events

  • Oct-Dec1-122023

    CIP - Cyberinfrastructure Professional Fellows Program

    Applications are now being accepted for Winter 2024. This is a joint program between UC San Diego, San Diego State and CSU San Bernardino partners to develop a CIP workforce. A critical role within scientific research teams is the cyberinfrastructure (CI) professional who has interdisciplinary skills that bridge the science, engineering, and computing specialties. Readily finding such personnel, with the necessary experience needed to navigate CI ecosytems has become a bottleneck for many projects. The Cyberinfrastructure Professional (CIP) Fellows Program is designed to address this need by training and mentoring a team of interdisciplinary Researcher-Facing (CARCC) CI Professionals with individualized training program in advanced computing and workforce development topics, embedding them into institutional departments, teaching them how to support and facilitate research projects, fostering a long-term CIP community, and defining sustainable career paths specifically for these kinds of professionals.

    This event will be held remotely.

  • Apr15-192024

    Gateways Focus Week 2024

    Gateways Focus Week is a workshop designed for innovative research teams to work together on producing a strong sustainability plan. Leaders and teams at all stages of a project benefit from the supportive, immersive setting that Focus Week provides. Working closely with peers and experienced coaches, you will learn new skills and immediately start applying them to your own gateway.

    Location: Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC), 10100 Burnet Rd, Austin, TX 78758

  • Apr182024

    COMPLECS: Interactive Computing

    Interactive high-performance computing (HPC) involves real-time user inputs that result in actions being performed on HPC compute nodes. This session presents an overview of interactive computing tools and methods.

    This event will be held remotely.

  • May22024

    COMPLECS: Parallel Computing Concepts

    A brief introduction to fundamental concepts in parallel computing. No programming experience needed.

    This event will be held remotely.

  • May162024

    COMPLECS: Intermediate Linux and Shell Scripting

    A survey of intermediate Linux skills for effectively using advanced cyberinfrastructure.

    This event will be held remotely.

  • Jun-Aug3-22024

    Summer 2024 SGX3 Internship Experience

    The SGX3's Workforce Development team will offer a summer program aimed at graduate students. Eligible applicants include graduate students majoring in computer science or computer engineering (or related fields). The student will be funded by SGX3 to join the TACC science gateway team for the summer, working on live, impactful gateways. Each student will also receive impactful mentorship from TACC researchers and opportunities to grow their leadership skills. Apply before January 31, 2024.

    Location: Austin, Texas

  • Jun62024

    COMPLECS: Data Management Part 1

    An introduction on how to get the data you need for your research to and from high-performance computing systems.

    This event will be held remotely.

  • Jun25-272024

    2024 Cyberinfrastructure-Enabled Machine Learning Summer Institute

    The CIML Summer Institute will involve introducing ML researchers, developers and educators to the techniques and methods needed to migrate their ML applications from smaller, locally run resources, such as laptops and workstations, to large-scale HPC systems, such as the SDSC Expanse supercomputer. Deadline to apply is Friday, April 12, 2024. 

    Location: SDSC Auditorium, UC San Diego

  • Jul182024

    COMPLECS: Linux Tools for File Processing

    An overview of commonly used Linux tools for searching and manipulating text.

    This event will be held remotely.

  • Aug5-92024

    2024 HPC and Data Science Summer Institute

    The SDSC Summer Institute is a week-long workshop hosted by the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) at the University of California, San Diego focusing on a broad spectrum of introductory-to-intermediate topics in High Performance Computing and Data Science. The program is aimed at researchers in academia and industry, especially in domains not traditionally engaged in supercomputing, who have problems that cannot typically be solved using local computing resources. Deadline to apply is Friday, April 26, 2024

    Location: SDSC Auditorium at UC San Diego

  • Aug152024

    COMPLECS: HPC Security and Getting Help

    Discussion on best practices for using HPC systems and getting support

    This event will be held remotely.

  • Sep52024

    COMPLECS: Parallel Computing Concepts

    A brief introduction to fundamental concepts in parallel computing. No programming experience needed.

    This event will be held remotely.

  • Sep192024

    COMPLECS: Intermediate Linux and Shell Scripting

    A survey of intermediate Linux skills for effectively using advanced cyberinfrastructure.

    This event will be held remotely.

  • Oct32024

    COMPLECS: Code Migration

    Introduction to porting codes and workflows to HPC resources.

    This event will be held remotely.