Data and Computational Science Series
The Data and Computational Science Series (DCS2) brings to the University of Cincinnati research and education community innovative workshops and distinguished speakers on advanced research data topics such as high performance computing, cloud computing, data visualization and analytics, research story-mapping, spatial analysis, artificial intelligence and machine learning.
The Data and Computational Science Series (DCS2 ) “Version 2.0” for 2019 will include both in-house and external experts in a wide range of computational and data science domains, with the aim to enrich the quality of faculty teaching, scholarship and research.
Planned areas of focus:
Data Visualization: The Geology-Mathematics-Physics Library (Braunstein Hall) is the new home of a Visualization Laboratory space. This highly-desired resource is available to faculty in all disciplines and allows classes and other groups to explore and present their work in innovative and insightful ways. We plan to host beginner to advanced level workshops, taught by internal and external experts, that will enhance visual thinking and data visualization best practices.
The Data and Computational Science Series (DCS2) 2019 will host a wide range of computational and data science domains, with the aim to enrich the quality of faculty teaching, scholarship and research.
All events are free, registration is required.
Upcoming 2019 Events
November 5: XSEDE Monthly HPC workshop: OpenMP
November 7: Research Computing: A View from the Trenches, George Turner, Indiana University Chief Systems Architect, University Information Technology Services (UITS) Research Technologies
November 7: Linux 101, an Introduction
November 13: GIS Day
Completed 2019 Events
April 3: Ohio Supercomputer Center: OnDemandhand’s on workshop & presentation
April 26: Engagement and Performance Operations Center (EPOC) UC Research Case Study Deep Dive
Application Deep Dives to work more closely with application communities to understand full workflows for diverse research teams in order to evaluate bottlenecks and potential capacity issues
July 11: DCSS Social at Kingsgate Bearcat Lounge
September 17: Lisa Federer, PhD, Data Science and Open Science Librarian at the National Library of Medicine.
Lecture & Luncheon: If You Share It, Will They Come? Quantifying and Characterizing Reuse of Biomedical Research Data
Workshop: Creating Customized Data Visualization With Ggplot2 In R
October 1-2: XSEDE monthly HPC workshop: BIG DATA
Videos of presentations and workshops from the DCSS 2018 & 2019 Series
- Introduction to Science Gateways
- Hands-on Workshop on Science Gateways
- Introduction to Shiny Applications
- Hands-on Workshop on Shiny Applications
- Introduction to Supercomputing at OSC
- Jetstream Overview - A National Research and Education Cloud
- Jetstream Atmosphere: Hands-on Workshop
- Jetstream Gateway API - using the Jetstream API
- Introduction to Screen Scraping using R
- XSEDETraining you tube channel
- Lisa Federer: If You Share It, Will They Come? Quantifying and Characterizing Reuse of Biomedical Research Data - PPT
- Video Recording: If you Share It, Will They Come? Quantifying and Characterizing Reuse of Biomedical Research Data
- Lisa Federer Workshop: Endless Forms Most Beautiful: Creating Customized Data Visualizations with ggplot2 - PPT
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