The CI-TRAIN project is a partnership of institutions of higher education to transform the practice of information technology services for enabling scientific discovery. The CI-TRAIN project was founded by institutions in Arkansas and West Virginia in a partnership that builds on common research in nanoscience and geosciences and leverages complementary expertise.
A careful look at cyberinfrastructure enablement at institutions in Arkansas and West Virginia reveals that one of the greatest needs is an educated and trained workforce. Thus, development and execution of a stratgegy for cyberinfrastructure education and training that is self-sustaining at the participating institutions is a central objective of this project.
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The project brings together a broad range of resources, including high performance computing clusters, an array of geospatial data-capture equipment, optical and national networks, and information.
Institutions of higher education in Arkansas, West Virginia and Oklahoma have partnered to build advanced cyberinfrastructure that will advance the frontiers of knowledge in several scientific domains and to transform the practice of information technology services for enabling scientific discovery.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is an independent federal agency that promotes the progress of science. NSF currently funds approximately 20 percent of all federally supported basic research conducted by America’s colleges and universities.
Intro to Hadoop on Gordon
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XSEDE Allocation Submissions Open
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OpenACC GPU Programming Workshop
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XSEDE Training: Parallel Computing on Stampede
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HPC University is a virtual organization with the goal of providing an online environment to share educational materials for high performance computing.
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