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Networked microgrids are an engineering paradigm that demonstrates resiliency in case of extreme weather events and cyberattacks. Learn about new methods devised in cyber and physical layers of networked microgrids in this seminar.
Neuroimaging has played an important role in advancing our understanding of the neuropathology underlying headache. ASU-Mayo Center for Innovative Imaging faculty members Jorge Caviedes, Teresa Wu and Jing Li invite you to a lecture on the results of these studies. The results have demonstrated widespread changes in structure and function in patients with migraine and post-traumatic headache in a number of brain regions now commonly called the ‘pain-matrix.’
The OpenMP programming interface can help you with multiplatform shared memory multiprocessing programming.
ASU Research Computing is hosting a free, hands-on XSEDE OpenMP workshop on Wednesday, January 16, 2019, for students, faculty and staff students who work in this field of research.
Fifteen of the top student-led tech ventures from across the country will pitch in the semi-finals. Each team is competing for a chance to win $100,000 for venture funding on the line at the ASU Innovation Open Finals in February 2019. Todd Davis, co-founder of LifeLock, will deliver a keynote talk and there will be a panel discussion featuring former ASUio contestants and other regional startup leaders.
ASU Innovation Open Semi-finals
Friday, December 14, 2018
9:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
ASU SkySong, 1475 N. Scottsdale Rd. Building One, room 1951
Register to attend
ASU Research Computing is hosting a free, hands-on XSEDE Big Data workshop December 4–5, 2018, for students, faculty and staff who wish to work to leverage this modality of high-performance computing within your research.
Attendees of the XSEDE Big Data workshop will leave with a working knowledge of how to leverage Apache’s Hadoop or Spark frameworks to process and store extremely large data sets that could run on either XSEDE’s and/or ASU’s High-Performance Computing environments.
Check out what your peers are researching at the Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative (FURI) Symposium!
Friday, November 16, 2018
1–3 p.m. Drop-ins welcome!
Student Pavilion (STPV) Senita Ballroom, Tempe campus [map]
At this semi-annual poster presentation, students in FURI, the Grand Challenge Scholars Program and the Master’s Opportunity for Research in Engineering program as well as students funded by the ASU Kern Project and travel grants present their research and share their findings with peers, the ASU community and the community at large.
Attendees can also enter a raffle for FURI swag by talking with students!
Join us for the Frank Rhodes Lecture Series on the Creation of the Future with Cathy N. Davidson. The distinguished historian of technology and innovation in the field of equity and innovation in higher education asks how we can revolutionize the university to better prepare students for our age of constant change and more.
Celebrate a tradition-filled weekend packed with fun activities for all Sun Devils: Family Weekend 2018 is almost here!
You can help make Family Weekend a success by volunteering as an individual or as a group!
Do you know C and Fortran? The OpenMP programming interface can help you with multiplatform shared memory multiprocessing programming.
ASU Research Computing is hosting a free, hands-on XSEDE OpenMP workshop Tuesday, August 7, 2018, for students, faculty and staff students who work in this field of research.