HPC Research Symposium to highlight work with Henry2 cluster

NC State faculty and staff will have the chance to hear from two campus researchers about their experiences with the Henry2 Linux Cluster at the HPC Research Symposium on Tuesday, Jan. 22.

Join Jim Yocom, senior lecturer in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, and Natalie Nelson, assistant professor in the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, who will talk about their work with the Henry2 Cluster at 10 a.m. in Room B404 of the D. H. Hill Library. There also will be a discussion about computational methodologies and a summary of research results. Light refreshments will be provided.

HPC Research Symposia
OIT sponsors these informal gatherings every two months to allow high performance computing (HPC) users across campus to learn about research computing projects, encouraging interdisciplinary collaboration, cross-pollination and the exchange of knowledge about HPC techniques. Attendees have the opportunity to network and socialize at these events.

For more information or to volunteer to present at an upcoming symposium, visit HPC Research Symposium.