The 2022 Oklahoma Supercomputing Symposium will be held Wednesday, Sept. 28, live via Zoom.
The Symposium is free and a great way to learn what’s happening on the advanced computing side of research and teaching areas.
The Symposium is open to faculty and staff, as well as students – graduate, undergraduate, community college, career-tech or high school. The Symposium also welcomes non-academic professionals and members of the public.
A few of this year’s speakers include:
- Bronson Messer, Director of Science, Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility, Oak Ridge National Lab
- Erwin Gianchandani, Innovation and Partnerships Directorate, National Science Foundation
- Dan Stanzione, Executive Director, Texas Advanced Computing Center, University of Texas – Austin
- Vas Vasiliadis, Globus
This marks the 21st anniversary of the Symposium. The 2021 Symposium had 350 attendees from 177 institutions: 130 academic institutions in 42 U.S. state and territories plus four countries, 19 private companies, 15 government agencies and 13 non-governmental agencies.
Register at http://www.oscer.ou.edu/Symposium2022/.