Faculty Camp 2003, August 4 - 22
Need your programs to run faster? Overwhelmed by the quantity of your data and frustrated searching through it? Tired of using flat graphs and contour plots to explain your discoveries?
Want to see your data visualized in 3D?
Learn how to tackle these issues and more at ARSC Faculty Camp University of Alaska Fairbanks
The three-week Faculty Camp covers topics that include the basics of programming high performance computers, familiarization with visualization software, and an introduction to the use of collaborative environments, such as data sharing or the Access Grid Node.
A series of seminars and hands-on experiences, presented by ARSC staff, UAF/ARSC Joint Faculty and current users, provide participants with assistance and expertise while they focus on independent work and self-guided study for individual projects.
Those interested are invited to register by April 1.
By May 1, please submit a short, 250-word description of the skills you want to develop and the project you intend to pursue. This will assist ARSC in organizing events and speakers to address the specific needs of the attendees.
Please submit your text in ASCII or pdf format. Successful applicants will be notified by May 9. Those accepted are expected to participate full-time during the three weeks of Faculty Camp. UA researchers will be compensated at regular salary.
On March 25 a Faculty Development Seminar will be given from 1-2 p.m. in the Sherman Carter Conference Room, 204 Butrovich. There will be an overview of the center, with an introduction to Faculty Camp and a question and answer time. Snacks will be provided.
Arctic Region Supercomputing Center PO Box 756020, Fairbanks, AK 99775 | voice: 907-450.8600 | email: firstname.lastname@example.org