Thursday, March 24 from 8:30 a.m. — 5:00 p.m. | Hybrid Format (Virtual and In-person)
Poster proposals are due by March 10th, and Symposium registration closes on March 21st.
The University of Delaware Data Science Institute (DSI)’s DARWIN Computing Symposium will host a series of talks and panels concerning DARWIN-enabled scientific research, efforts to democratize the DARWIN-HPC resource, resource access, user experiences, and the role of DARWIN in education. In addition, the poster presentations will highlight a number of relevant computational- and data-intensive (CDI) research projects that align with DARWIN’s broader goals in fostering collaboration and CDI-intensive research across the Delaware region.
In person or virtual poster proposals are encouraged from students and postdoctoral researchers at UD & partner institutions. All poster presenters will be eligible for a DSI-sponsored best poster award. There is no cost to register or participate. The in-person component will be help in the Audion of STAR Tower on the University of Delaware Campus.
Registration & Poster Setup
Remarks from NSF-OAC
Advancing Research Computing at UD
Session I: Science on DARWIN
Session II: Democratizing DARWIN
Panel: DARWIN User Experiences
Session III: DARWIN for Education
Session IV: Science on DARWIN
Closing Remarks & Best Poster Award