Past Event | August 7-11
OSG User School 2023, Aug. 7–11
Has your research computing outgrown your available capacity? How could access to lots more computing transform your research or others? If you have research workloads that can be broken into many independent, parallel computing tasks, we can help!
The OSG User School provides researchers the opportunity to learn how to use high-throughput computing (HTC) systems to run large-scale computing applications at their campus or using the national-scale OSG Consortium.
To learn more about the event, check out these articles written about the OSG User School 2022:
- Read about last year’s OSG User School student lightning talks, where researchers showcased their work and future plans to implement HTC.
- This article spotlights students from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)/African Centers for Excellence in Bioinformatics and Data-Intensive Science (ACE) who attended this year’s OSG User School 2022. Learn more about these students and their work and the ongoing collaboration between the OSG and ACE/NIAID teams.
- To view last year’s lesson plans and materials, check out the OSG User School Concludes article on the OSG website.
Apply by April 17 on the OSG School website!
August 7 - 11, 2023
Researchers (especially graduate students and post-docs), students and staff who supports researchers currently or are potential users of HTC, and instructors at the post-secondary level who want to integrate HTC into their curriculum.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Application and Deadlines
Details about the application process can be found on the OSG User School 2023 site.
The deadline for applications is Monday, April 17, 2023.
If you have any questions about the event, email us at [email protected]