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Current and future requirements for Advanced Research Cyberinfrastructure – Panel Discussion
October 25, 2017 @ 11:45 am - 1:00 pmFree
The Institute for Digital Research and Education is pleased to announce a panel discussion on current and future requirements for Advanced Research Cyberinfrastructure (ARC). The discussion will be led by the following early career researchers from various disciplines across the UCLA campus.
- Bao Wang – Mathematics
- Alan Farahani – Cotsen Institute of Archaeology
- Karthik Sarma – Medical Imaging Informatics
- Richard Sportsman – Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Iris Chang – Material Science and Engineering
- Francesca Albrezzi – World Arts and Cultures
Date: Oct 25, 2017
Time: 11:45 AM-1 PM (lunch provided*)
Place: 5628 Math Sciences Building
About: Decades ago, it was hard to imagine the scale at which Advanced Research Cyberinfrastructure (ARC) at any university would drive the innovation and enhance its research capabilities. Today, ARC is playing increasingly important role in research involving data, computation, communication, and information sharing. By providing cutting-edge opportunities to researchers, it enhances faculty competitiveness among peer organizations. Due to the fast pace of ever-changing technology, however, envisaging the future requirements of the ARC is a daunting exercise. Infrastructure planning requires inputs from various segments across the university especially from the early career researchers who are at the forefront of the use of technology in research. This panel discussion on “Current and future requirements for Advanced Research Cyberinfrastructure” is part of the exercise to get the feedback from the diverse community of early career researchers from the UCLA campus.
*Since we need the count for lunch, please make sure to RSVP if you plan to attend the fruitful discussion.
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