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SCHEDULE: NOV 16-21, 2014

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Strategies for Academic HPC Centers

SESSION: Strategies for Academic HPC Centers

EVENT TYPE: Birds of a Feather

TIME: 5:30PM - 7:00PM

SESSION LEADER(S):Jackie L. Milhans, Joseph M. Paris, Sharon Broude Geva

ROOM:388-89-90

ABSTRACT:

The purpose of this discussion is to explore challenges of smaller, academic HPC centers. There are three general topics of discussion: funding and sustainability, community outreach and user support, and hiring, recruitment and retention. The beginning of this BOF will showcase team presentations from Northwestern, University of Michigan, Princeton, University of Chicago, and Columbia on successes, current struggles, and future plans. The latter part of the BOF will be used to continue the discussion. The intended audience for this BOF is university staff involved in research computing (primarily HPC), such as directors and managers, support staff, and students.

Session Leader Details:

Jackie L. Milhans (Primary Session Leader) - Northwestern University

Joseph M. Paris (Secondary Session Leader) - Northwestern University

Sharon Broude Geva (Secondary Session Leader) - University of Michigan

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