Diving Deeper: Joining Computational Infusion for Missouri Undergraduate Science and Engineering (CIMUSE)

Following two years of successful workshops in Columbia, where STEM faculty learned about high performance computing and its impact on research and undergraduate instruction at Primarily Undergraduate Institutions (PUIs). Interested faculty worked together to describe potential grant-funded projects and their underlying science-driven requirements. These collaborations have resulted in two National Science Foundation (NSF) grants, including the acquisition of a supercomputing facility for Missouri PUIs. We invite you to learn about these facilities and how you might participate in the workshop and future grant opportunities. Prior to the in-person workshop on August 8, you are invited to two, one-hour, informational Zoom sessions. If you can't make both Zoom sessions, we still welcome you to any part of the discussion: • June 26 at 11 a.m. – Introduction to the Computational Infusion for Undergraduate Science and Engineering (CIMUSE) Project • July 18 at 2 p.m. – Diving Deeper: Joining Computational Infusion for Undergraduate Science and Engineering (CIMUSE) Consortium These informational pre-workshop Zoom meetings are open to any interested Missouri faculty. While the current emphasis is on undergraduate STEM faculty and STEM projects, we expect the scope to grow along with the facilities. An easy add is data science programs and faculty who do not reside within the STEM organizations at your institution. Besides discussing the project, the upcoming CIMUSE workshop, and the results of the initial work with this grant, this will be a chance also to connect with faculty and researchers from across the state with shared interests in, or just curiosity about, intensive computational science in undergraduate STEM education, faculty and student research. Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email with a Zoom link to join the meeting. Please save this email and add the Zoom link to your calendar
Thursday, July 18, 2024
2 p.m. - 3 p.m.

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