ICS@PSU: Institute for CyberScience

We’re at SC17!

Let's talk about academic HPC. Find us at exhibit booth 581

Let’s talk research computing! The Penn State Institute for CyberScience is exhibiting at SuperComputing17 in Denver, November 13 – 16, 2017. We invite you to stop by our booth (#581) to meet our director and technical director, attend one of the info sessions listed below, or just compare notes on academic HPCf solutions.

11:00 AM on Tues, Weds, & Thurs, November 14, 15, 16

 “The Public-Private Cloud and Academic Computing”

Chuck Gilbert, ICS-ACI Technical Director

Learn how the Penn State Institute for CyberScience is implementing a hybrid cloud solution to meet the demands of academic high-performance computing.

3:00 PM on Tues & Weds, November 14, 15

“An Overview of Research on the Penn State ICS-ACI System” 

Chris Blanton, ICS-ACI R&D Software Engineer

The Institute for CyberScience supports researchers who are addressing “wicked”science problems, the Grand Challenges of Engineering, and some of the most pressing social issues of our day. Come by for an introduction to some of these research projects and HPC solutions from ICS.

5:00 PM on Tues & Weds, November 14, 15

“Delivering Guaranteed Service Levels in Academic HPC”

Chuck Gilbert, ICS-ACI Technical Director

University researchers need service that’s fast, reliable, and responsive. Learn about innovative approaches to providing high-quality HPC services, developed at the Penn State Institute for CyberScience.

Penn State Institute for CyberScience

Help us build the future. Contact ICS at Penn State.

  • email: ics@psu.edu
  • phone: ICS-ACI Support (i-ASK Center): 814-865-4275 | General Inquiries: 814-867-1467

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