Research resources and digital information—it’s the focus of an upcoming inaugural conference at Oklahoma State University.
The Coalition for Advancing Digital Research and Education (CADRE) will be held April 11-12. It’s the product of an ongoing collaboration between the OSU High Performance Computing Center and the OSU Libraries’ Research Data Services to bring additional research computing resources and training to the campus.
“In the academic research environment, there is a growing reliance on advanced computing and digital resources, but researchers sometimes have difficulty locating these resources, if they even learn of them at all,” said Dr. Dana Brunson, OSU assistant vice president for research cyberinfrastructure and OSU HPCC director.
John Towns, executive director for science and technology at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications will be the featured speaker on April 12. Another speaker will be Kelly Gaither who is director of visualization at the Texas Advanced Computing Center at the University of Texas in Austin.