Center for Integrated Research Computing
Monthly CIRC Symposia
Every third Friday of the month, the Center for Integrated Research Computing hosts a research symposium (known as the CIRC Symposium), where faculty, staff, and student researchers convene to learn about research projects utilizing the center's resources, meet potential collaborators, and learn about new technologies and trends in research computing. This event is user-driven and features presentations by researchers using CIRC systems. CIRC Symposia are open to all members of the university community and a complimentary lunch is provided.
2014–2015 Symposia Series
Mark your calendars! Below are the dates for the 2014–2015 CIRC Symposium Series.
- September 19
- October 17
- November 21
- December 19
- January 16
- February 20
- March 20
- April 17
The next CIRC Symposium will take place on Friday, September 19th in CSB 209 from 11:30 am–1:00pm on the River Campus.
This month's featured speaker is M. Ehsan Hoque from the Department of Computer Science. He will describe computer interpretation of human nonverbal behavior. Our on-going research talk will feature calibartion of an in-silico wedge model of the human left ventricle as presented by Massimo Walter Rivolta from the Department of Medicine, Cardiology. Please click on the flyer below for detailed abstracts of the talks.
Titles and abstracts from previous CIRC Symposia are also available.
CIRC Summer School
Every July, CIRC hosts a six-week training session on various operating systems, programming languages, computational programs and libraries, and data analytics tools for the research community. Known as the "CIRC Summer School,” these workshops are broken down into individual topics and feature small, interactive, classroom-based instruction sessions. Topics range from basic training in Linux to optimizing codes for parallel computing. Each topic is covered over a three day period. The courses are designed for beginner and advanced users alike. Extra emphasis is placed on using the various languages, libraries, etc. specifically on BlueHive and Blue Gene. Please check back soon for an announcement of the next CIRC Summer School and a detailed description of classes offered.
The Center for Integrated Research Computing (CIRC) provides workshop training sessions regularly in the fall and spring semesters. Each of these workshops is broken down into individual topics, which include basic training in Linux, instruction on using computational and data analytics resources, and best practices for using BlueHive and Blue Gene. Please check back soon for an announcement of the next scheduled workshop, a description of the syllabus, and a registration link.
CIRC staff also offer private workshops and tutorials to research groups and classes. Please email email@example.com for more information.
Annual CIRC Poster Session
The Center for Intergrated Research Computing holds the Annual CIRC Poster Session at the end of each Spring semester. At this event, attendees discover the wide range of research that is enabled by computation and displayed to the University community. This event provides an informal venue to share computational and data analytics techniques and methodologies with colleagues from a wide variety of disciplines.
Registration information for the 5th Annual CIRC Poster Session, which will take place in May 2015, will be posted early in the spring semester.
The Center for Integrated Research Computing held the 4th Annual CIRC Poster Session on Friday, May 9th in the Flaum Atrium at URMC.
Poster session abstracts from the last poster session (May 2014) are available.