Join Computation Institute and Center for Research Informatics researchers for lunch November 1st and hear about opportunities for student research projects at the University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory. Scientists will present brief talks and posters on work applying the latest computational approaches to medicine, biology, art, climate change, economics and social good. Come learn how to get involved with interdisciplinary projects using programming, modeling, simulation, digital fabrication and supercomputing to push forward the boundaries of research.
WHEN: Friday, November 1, 11:45 AM – 2:00 PM
WHERE: Searle Chemical Laboratory, Rm. 240 (take elevator to 2nd floor, follow signs)
WHAT: Short talks and poster session, lunch, dessert and coffee served
Ian Foster, Computation Institute
Sam Volchenboum, Center for Research Informatics, Computation Institute, ITM
Mike Papka, Argonne Computing, Environment and Life Sciences
Jason Salavon, Computation Institute & UChicagoArts
Jeff Hammond, Argonne Leadership Computing Facility
Alison Brizius, Center for Robust Decision Making on Climate and Energy
Eamon Duede, Knowledge Lab and the Metaknowledge Research Network
Allison Heath, Bionimbus Protected Data Cloud
Kate Keahey, Argonne National Laboratory
The Computation Institute is a joint initiative of the University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory that applies novel computational approaches and large-scale infrastructure to grand questions in the life sciences, social sciences, physics and humanities. For more information, visit http://ci.uchicago.edu, or follow us on Twitter at @Comp_Inst.
The Center for Research Informatics provides computational resources and expertise in biomedical informatics for researchers in the Biological Sciences Division (BSD) of the University of Chicago. For more information, visit http://cri.uchicago.edu