Visit Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Ever wanted to get a behind-the-scenes peak at a federally-funded research laboratory? Now you have the chance. May 17-19, the CI-TRAIN group will be visiting Oak Ridge National Laboratory and has extended an open invitation to anyone who wants to attend.
The Cyberinfrastructure for Transformational Scientific Discovery (CI-TRAIN) project is partnering with the National Institute for Computational Sciences and Oak Ridge National Laboratory for training and outreach to student, faculty, and researchers in the use of advanced cyberinfrastructure to enable research and teaching.
The three-day event will include meeting computational scientists, hands-on training and tours of the various centers located at the laboratory, including the Data and Visualization Center and Center for Nanophase Materials Science.
The cost is a $35 security badging fee and travel expenses. Register at www.ci-train.org before March 15.
Questions? Contact Jeff Pummill at email@example.com or 479-575-4590.