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CAES/INL C3 Summer Bootcamp Part II set Aug. 10-13

July 27, 2020

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The Center for Advanced Energy Studies and Idaho National Laboratory will virtually host the CAES/INL C3 (Collaborative Computing Center) Summer Boot Camp Aug. 10-13 in collaboration with CAES member universities including Idaho State University, Boise State University, University of Idaho and the University of Wyoming.

The boot camp is open to students, faculty, and INL researchers interested in using programming, computational modeling, data science or visualization tools in their research. No prior knowledge of the tools to be presented is needed.

Sessions to include:

    • Software carpentry helps researchers get more done in less time. This hands-on workshop will cover fundamental skills needed to reproducibly analyze data, create plots, and manage projects with distributed teams of scientists. Specifically, participants will learn command-line interfaces (bash) and programming language R for numerical computing.
    • Computational Modeling, Data Science and Visualization Tool Introduction aims to educate researchers and students (including experimental and computational modelers) enabling rapid implementation of computational modeling, data science and visualization tools in their research. Topics will include VASP, Molecular Docking, MOOSE, Web Mapping, Data Visualization, and Scientific Visualization.
    • Research Discussion Panel aims to present, highlight, and discuss opportunities for joint research between BSU, ISU, UI and INL researchers, faculty, and staff.  Topics include active research projects, potential joint research projects, researchers who are interested in joint research projects, and sources for funding for joint collaborative research. Registration Instructions/Link

Go here to register for the individual workshops.

Closer to the workshop dates, organizers will send meeting links for online participation.

So we can facilitate the best learning environment for participants, workshop links are limited. If the workshop you’d like to attend is unavailable, please select the waitlist option at the end of the registration form.

By registering, you agree to appear for your online seat. If you cannot attend, please email so we can open the seat for someone else.


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