Request for applications to support health sciences research using high performance computational resources3edf908cac19042a6577e8ce93dab193Applications are requested to support laboratory staff that will accelerate the research in computational biology and health, and to take advantage of the high performance computational resources of the University.false14213232000002015-01-15T07:00:0014213826000002015-01-15T23:30:00Career Events2015/01/applications-for-health-sciences-research.htmltrueOnceCIRC Symposium Seriesca3e15b1ac19042a6577e8ce9b9064ebThis month's featured speaker is Mike Jarvis from the Department of History. He will present a review of his work to reconstruct an interactive model of St. George's, Bermuda in key target years and describe some of the interesting challenges of creating historical simulations. The on-going research talk will feature simulations of variant influenza strains in relation to immune responses as presented by Chris Anderson from the Department of Microbiology and Immunology.CSB 209false14214258000002015-01-16T11:30:0014214312000002015-01-16T13:00:00Talks2015/01/circ-symposium-series.htmltrueOnceData Innovation Day 2015e514dc49ac19042a6577e8ce0aff1f7eJoin ITIF's Center for Data Innovation in celebrating the third annual Data Innovation Day. Participants from around the world will participate in an online video discussion about the economic and social opportunities made possible by data-driven innovation. A live stream of the conversation will be available to all registered participants.Onlinefalse14219460000002015-01-22T12:00:0014219604000002015-01-22T16:00:00Talks2015/01/data-innovation-day-2015.htmltrueOnceCenter for Integrated Research Computing (CIRC) Winter Boot Camp e8ff5be3ac19042a6577e8cec57b5361We are very excited to announce that the Center for Integrated Research Computing (CIRC) will be hosting a 6 week program to help students, postdocs, research staff, and faculty learn new programming languages and sharpen their computing and data analytics skills. The classes are designed for beginners and will cover basic topics to give enough direction to move on to self-learning tutorials or other more advanced coursework. Each language or topic is an individual ┬┐module,┬┐ that will take place during 1.5 hour lectures over 4 days. The lectures are designed to integrate with the existing student class schedules for convenience. Exercises will be assigned between each lecture, so each attendee has time to work independently on programming tasks. Participants are expected to attend each lecture over the 4 days that the module is offered. Each programming module is independent, and participants may sign up for one or more modules (i.e. languages to learn).HSCCI VISTA Collaboratory, Carlson Library (1st floor)false14223024000002015-01-26T15:00:0014255958000002015-03-05T17:50:00Other2015/01/circ-winter-boot-camp-1.htmltrueOnceData Science Webinar Series: Michael Franklinf3b1ba4fac19042a6577e8ceb5b33852Michael Franklin of UC Berkeley COmputer Science will be presenting "Big Data, Data Science, and other Buzzwords that Really Matter"false14218578000002015-01-21T11:30:0014218614000002015-01-21T12:30:00Talks2015/01/data-sci-webinar-series.htmltrueOnceProf. David Schwab: Deconstructing Collective Neural Activity with Hidden Variablesf3bc632bac19042a6577e8ce623768aeProf. David Schwab of Northwestern University will be presenting "Deconstructing Collective Neural Activity with Hidden Variables"Bausch and Lomb Lobbyfalse14218722000002015-01-21T15:30:0014218776000002015-01-21T17:00:00Talks2015/01/david-schwab-talk.htmltrueOnce2015 Spring Colloquium with Sally W. Thurston, PhD0ce4b268ac19042a6577e8ce1bc06198On Thursday, January 22, 2015 the Department of Biostatistics and Computational Biology at the University of Rochester will host the 2015 Spring Colloquium with Sally W. Thurston, PhD, associate professor with the Department of Biostatistics and Computational Biology from the University of Rochester. Helen Wood Hall - Auditorium 1W304false14219586000002015-01-22T15:30:0014219640000002015-01-22T17:00:00Talks2015/01/biostats-spring-colloquium.htmltrueOnce