Fall Training 2017

Fall is fast arriving, and with it comes a new roster of RC training sessions. The following workshops and sessions will be offered at both at FAS and HCSPH. Training sessions, unless otherwise noted, run 30-45 minutes. Workshop times vary. HSPH users may also be interested in training provided by the HCSPH BioInfo Core Registration : Registration is not required…

Bioinformatics Workshop: April 2-3, 2014

Join the Informatics & Scientific Applications Group April 2-3, 2014, for presentations on bioinformatics topics ranging from RNA-Seq to using Linux. Please RSVP for the specific talks you want to attend by emailing chris_williams@fas.harvard.edu. Workshop Agenda April 2nd, 2014 10:00am – 11:00am: Introduction to Linux 11:00am – 12:00pm: RNA-Seq Analysis Methods 1:00pm – 2:00pm: Geneious for NGS Analysis 2:00pm –…

ComputeFest 2014

What: ComputeFest is a two-week long computing symposium open to the entire Harvard community: students, faculty, postdocs, and staff. ComputeFest's mission is to build computational science knowledge and skill through workshops, organized challenges, and lectures. When: January 13-24, 2014. Where: Harvard University, Maxwell-Dworkin Web: http://computefest.seas.harvard.edu/

Advancing Research Computing on Campuses: Best Practices Workshop

What: Hosted by the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, in collaboration with Condo of Condos, the workshop will feature a range of relevant topics in this emerging distributed infrastructure, spanning discussion of best practices for operating and supporting a campus shared research computing infrastructure to business models for advanced research computing resources and services. The objective of the workshop is to…

Thinking with Your Eyes: Visualizing the Arts, Humanities, and Sciences

What: Thinking with Your Eyes: Visualizing the Arts, Humanities, and Sciences - is a two-day symposium that offers the opportunity to make connections across disciplines through the insights of visualization. Experts will share their tools, techniques and perspective amid wide-ranging conversations about what it means to interpret, learn and teach visually. When: February 27-28, 2014 Where: Harvard University, Radcliffe Gym