Upcoming Events

  • Apr192023

    Chatting GPT

    In this series of talks and panels, UCSD experts will discuss ChatGPT and other generative artificial intelligence: What is it? How does it work? What are its ethical implications? And what impacts will it have on fields such as medicine, business, and education?

    Location: SDSC Auditorium at UC San Diego and remote

  • Apr202023

    Introduction to Neural Networks, Convolution Neural Networks and Deep Learning

    This webinar will be a quick introduction and overview of neural networks, convolution networks, and demonstration of executing deep learning models in an HPC environment.

    This event will be held remotely.

  • May2-42023

    Lustre User Group Conference (LUG23)

    The annual Lustre User Group conference is the high performance computing industry’s primary venue for discussion on the open source Lustre file system and other technologies. The conference focuses on the latest Lustre developments and allows attendees to network with peers.

    Location: Atkinson Hall at Qualcomm Institute, UC San Diego

  • May182023

    Singularity Containers

    This webinar will briefly introduce how to build Singularity images and how to run them on the SDSC supercomputer clusters. We will also share some insider knowledge of best practices and pitfalls to avoid while working with Singularity.

    This event will be held remotely.

  • May22-262023

    Gateways Focus Week

    Looking to build a sustainability plan for your science gateway? Planning to write your next funding proposal? Join us at the next Focus Week to create your starter sustainability toolkit!

    Location: SDSC Auditorium at UC San Diego and remote

  • Jun152023

    Run your Jupyter Notebooks anywhere: Scaling up your Projects from your Laptop

    In this webinar, we demonstrate how to transition your Jupyter Notebooks from a local machine to the Expanse HPC system using command-line tools and the Expanse Portal. We cover creating transferable software environments, scaling up calculations to large datasets, parallel processing, and running Jupyter Notebooks in batch mode.

    This event will be held remotely.

  • Jun27-292023

    2023 Cyberinfrastructure-Enabled Machine Learning Summer Institute

    Application Deadline is April 7. 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.

    Location: 15th Floor at the Village Room A & B, UC San Diego Campus and remote

  • Jul202023

    Scientific Computing with Kubernetes

    In this webinar, we provide recipes for transitioning scientific workloads that currently run on traditional batch systems to Kubernetes systems. Kubernetes is batch-like in nature, but there are some differences that science users should be aware of. We will also briefly describe capabilities that are not found in traditional batch systems that can improve the effectiveness of scientific computing.

    This event will be held remotely.