[Micronet] slides and videos available from BRC Town Hall

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[Micronet] slides and videos available from BRC Town Hall

Aaron Culich-2
If you missed the BRC Town Hall in September, or would like to revisit the presentation materials, talks, or discussion, the slides and videos are now available:
We encourage and welcome Berkeley faculty, post-docs, grad students, and research staff with questions or interest in taking advantage of any of these services to contact Research IT at: [hidden email]

On Thu, Sep 17, 2015 at 10:49 PM, Aaron Culich <[hidden email]> wrote:
Campus faculty, researchers, and research support staff are invited to a Research IT Town Hall on Thursday, September 24th to find out more about several campus services available to the UC Berkeley research community:
  • Savio, the campus’s new high performance computing facility, will soon offer expanded compute and storage capacity, and new compute models. Campus researchers can get free access to Savio with the Faculty Computing Allowance.
  • Cloud Computing Support offers free consulting and documentation to help researchers use computational resources, storage, and applications from commercial cloud providers such as Amazon, Microsoft, and Google, and from national computational centers such as XSEDE.
  • Research Data Management, a partnership with The Library, provides consulting, training, and documentation pertinent to the lifecycle of activities around research data: from planning to collaboration, sharing, curation, preservation, discovery, and reuse.
The Town Hall will be held on September 24, 2015, from 9:30 am to 11:30 am, in Banatao Auditorium in Sutardja Dai Hall. This event is sponsored by the Berkeley Research Computing program, a part of Research IT, in the Office of the CIO.

Aaron Culich <[hidden email]>
Research Computing Architect, Research IT
XSEDE Campus Champion
Berkeley Research Computing (BRC)
University of California, Berkeley

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