Campus Research Computing Consortium Addresses Challenges
I2 Online: Supporting Data-Driven Discovery on Campus
Join Us on August 18 at 2 p.m.
The Campus Research Computing Consortium (CaRCC) is improving Research Computing and Data (RCD) resources to accelerate data-driven discovery. Learn more about CaRCC’s tools, resources, and community-building efforts.Register for the webinar
CaRCC and its working groups connect RCD professionals and organizations around common objectives to increase knowledge sharing and enable continuous innovation in research computing and data capabilities.
Join us on August 18th at 2 p.m. ET for a panel to learn about:
- The RCD Capabilities Model, a tool that helps institutions to assess their support for computationally and data-intensive research.
- The People Network, a “year-round virtual conference” focused on building community along various tracks that reflect the RCD professional activities.
- How CaRCC is working to increase visibility and participation, particularly among underserved organizations.
- Other CaRCC activities and working groups — and how you can get involved.
Mike Erickson, Internet2’s AVP for Community Engagement, will lead a panel featuring the distinguished CaRCC leaders:
- Dr. Thomas Cheatham III, University of Utah, Director of Research Computing and the Center for High Performance Computing
- Ruth Marinshaw, Stanford University, CTO, Research Computing
- Lauren Michael, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Lead Research Computing Facilitator, Center for High Throughput Computing and for the Open Science Grid
- Claire Mizumoto, University of California – San Diego, Director of Research IT Services
- Patrick Schmitz, Semper Cogito Consulting, Founder and Principal Consultant
- Dr. Scott Yockel, Harvard University, University Research Computing Officer
- Dr. Dana Brunson, Internet2, Executive Director of Research Engagement
So join us on August 18th at 2 p.m. to hear more about what the RCD and CaRCC communities are up to.