Princeton University is actively monitoring the situation around coronavirus (Covid-19). The latest University guidance for students, faculty and staff is available on the University’s Emergency Management website.

  • Some classes are easier to move online than others. When Princeton University decided in early March that the coronavirus pandemic would empty every lecture hall, seminar room, and teaching lab, it wasn’t easy for lectures and precepts to move online, but they made do.
  • Bill Wichser, director of advanced systems and storage for the Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering, is one of the recipients of this year's President's Achievement Award.
  • When CERN’s Large Hadron Collider—the city-sized particle accelerator buried under the Franco-Swiss border—turns on, it accelerates a beam of protons to about 99.999% the speed of light and smashes them into each other head-on, showering exotic, high-energy particles in all directions.
  • Research software engineer applies cutting-edge AI strategies to image the molecular world.
  • Princeton University held its 2nd annual research data management workshop for graduate students from Jan. 27 to 29.
  • It's Thursday afternoon on the 2nd floor of Lewis Science Library, and a brightly-furnished conference room is filling up fast. A few excited regulars have shown up early: grad students and research scientists eager to keep moving their research forward.
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Training

Select and Analyze Geographic Features and Data with ArcGIS Pro

Mon, Sep 28, 2020, 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm
Location: Remote Learning

Introduction to Code Debugging

Mon, Sep 28, 2020, 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Location: Remote Learning

Announcements

PICSciE’s Graduate Certificate in Computational Science and Engineering Apply now!


The Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering (PICSciE) is accepting applications to its Graduate Certificate in Computational Science and Engineering designed to recognize achievements of graduate students who have undertaken comprehensive training in numerical analysis, software engineering, hardware and programming practices, as well as statistics and data modeling, both through formal course work and through research in their subject area. 

One of the electives is APC524: Software Engineering for Scientific Computing which is being offered this fall.


Princeton Introduction to Mathematica and the Wolfram Language for Beginners

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24
4pm–5pm EDT

Register at: wolfr.am/PrincetonRegistration
Zoom Link: wolfr.am/PrincetonZoom Password: Wolfram

During this free tutorial, attendees will get a hands-on introduction to using Mathematica. We will work through a variety of examples that are relevant to several academic disciplines, including those outside of STEM. Attendees will learn about basic inputs, graph- ing, natural language input, importing data and image/text analysis. This workshop is great for beginners, and no Mathematica experience is required.

Please ensure that you have access to Mathematica Online through Princeton University. To test your access, go to wolframcloud.com and sign in using your Wolfram ID.

To find out more, please contact Dr. David Stevens at dstevens@wolfram.com or 1-800-965-3726 ext. 3523


OKLAHOMA SUPERCOMPUTING SYMPOSIUM 2020

Wed Sep 30 2020, 9:00 am-5:00 pm CST
Our first all-videoconferencing edition!
Contact: Henry Neeman (hneeman@ou.edu)

Now in its 19th year, the Oklahoma Supercomputing Symposium is the oldest annual event of its kind in an EPSCoR jurisdiction.

It's a great way to learn what's happening on the advanced computing side of your research, teaching and professional areas.

And, if you know of students -- graduate, undergraduate, community college, career tech, high school -- who are interested in these areas, this is a great opportunity to introduce them to conferences, especially because it's FREE.

SPEAKERS WILL INCLUDE:

* Amy Friedlander, National Science Foundation Office Director (Acting), Office of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure

* John Shalf, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Department Head for Computer Science

* Dan Stanzione, Texas Advanced Computing Center, U Texas Austin Executive Director

* Tom Lange, Technology Optimization & Management LLC


Research Data Stewardship Program   

The Research Data Stewardship Program is an 8-month training program focused in providing early-career researchers with the knowledge and skills to be effective data stewards. Topics include data management planning, data storage and security, documentation, and preservation for all disciplines and types of research. Please register by September 14th!   Email prds@princeton.edu for questions.

 

Remote Help Sessions

Weekly Help Sessions

Tue, Sep 29, 2020, 10:30 am to 11:30 am

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