Events

  • 6/17/19 - 8/23/19SDSC Planning Outstanding Summer of Fun and Learning for Grades 6-12 SDSC is kicking things up this summer with innovative new topics to please any computer science minded student! Build an Alexa and pair it with a Raspberry Pi to turn your lights on and off. Learn to program in Java or Python or discover PyGames. Program a robot to run a maze! SDSC
  • 7/15/19 - 7/19/19The Open Science Grid (OSG) User School 2019If you could access hundreds or even thousands of computers for your scholarly work or the work you support, what could you do?  How could it transform research?  What discoveries might be made?  OSG participants will learn to use high throughput computing (HTC) to harness vast amounts of computing power for research, applicable to nearly any field of study (e.g., physics, chemistry, engineering, life sciences, earth sciences, agricultural and animal sciences, economics, social sciences, medicine, and more).  University of Wisconsin in Madison
  • 7/28/19 - 8/1/19PEARC19Practice and Experience in Advanced Research Computing, PEARC 19, will explore the current practice and experience in advanced research computing including modeling, simulation, and data-intensive computing. A primary focus will be on machine learning and artificial intelligence.Chicago, IL
  • 8/5/19 - 8/9/19SDSC's Annual High Performance Computing and Data Science Summer InstituteThis annual week-long workshop focuses on a broad spectrum of introductory-to-intermediate topics in High-Performance Computing (HPC) and Data Science. The Institute welcomes researchers from academia and industry, especially in domains not traditionally engaged in supercomputing, or who have problems that cannot typically be solved using local computing resources. This year’s Summer Institute continues SDSC’s strategy of bringing HPC to the ‘long tail of science”, i.e. providing resources to a larger number of modest-sized computational research projects that represent, in aggregate, a tremendous amount of scientific research and discovery.SDSC
  • 8/20/19 - 8/21/19Fundamentals of Deep Learning for Computer Vision and Accelerating Data Science Workflows with RAPIDSNVIDIA GPUs are among the world’s fastest and most efficient accelerators delivering world record performance on AI workloads including Deep Learning, Machine Learning, and Data Analytics. NVIDIA provides optimized software stacks to accelerate end-to-end training, inference, and ETL data processing tasks in deep learning and machine learning workflows. Every major AI and deep learning framework is GPU-accelerated, so data scientists and researchers can become productive quickly without any GPU programming experience. A Hands-on Lab format will be used.   SDSC Auditorium E-B212
  • 9/23/19 - 9/25/19Gateways 2019Science gateways bring together components of advanced cyberinfrastructure – data collections, instruments, supercomputers, clouds, collaboration capabilities, and analytical tools – behind streamlined, user-friendly interfaces. The 4th annual Gateways conference will be an opportunity for gateway creators and enthusiasts to learn, share, connect, and shape the future of gateways. EXTENDED: Abstracts due by May 6, Full Submission due by May 15.  San Diego, CA
  • 9/24/19 - 9/27/1915th Annual eScience Conference eScience 2019 welcomes the international community of researchers and software engineers from all disciplines to present and discuss their scientific practices involving data science and computing. Researchers from the humanities to physics, engaged in collaborative data- or compute-intensive research, are invited to attend. The objective of the eScience Conference is to promote innovation in collaborative, computationally- or data-intensive research across all disciplines, throughout the research lifecycle.  EXTENDED: Workshop submissions due May 13, Full Submission due May 20.San Diego, CA
  • 10/11/19Impact of Early Life Deprivation on Cognition: Implications for the Evolutionary Origins of the Human MindUnlike the case with most other animals, much of human brain development and maturation occur after birth, a process that continues into early adulthood. This unusual pattern allows for greater influences of environment and culture on the emergence of the adult mind. Ethical considerations disallow most experiments that might address the interactive contributions of nature and nurture in this process, which likely played a key role in the origins of the human species and in the evolution of distinct features of our minds. For similar reasons the relative importance of various factors cannot be easily studied, nor teased part. This symposium will address the matter to the extent possible based on available evidence, ranging from experiments by ancient monarchs and lessons from “feral” children of various kinds, to the follow-up of Romanian orphans, etc. while addressing comparative and neurobiological issues. Notably this symposium is co-sponsored by the Kavli Institute for Brain and Mind (KIBM), which organized a 2016 symposium on the Influence of Early Experience on Adult Brain Organization and Function, a logical prelude to this one.Salk Institute - Conrad T. Prebys Auditorium
  • 11/8/19 - 11/11/19ICDM 2019: 19th IEEE International Conference on Data MiningThe IEEE International Conference on Data Mining (ICDM) has established itself as the world’s premier research conference in data mining. It provides an international forum for presentation of original research results, as well as exchange and dissemination of innovative and practical development experiences.Beijing, China
  • 11/17/19 - 11/22/19SC19Mark your calendars now!  The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis.  Visit SDSC at booth #1543. Denver, CO
  • 12/9/19 - 12/12/19IEEE Big Data 2019Save the Date:  IEEE International Conference on Big Data!Los Angeles, CA