Research Computing Listserv

If you are interested in getting updates on the KSU HPC and receive weekly information and news on research computing at KSU and from around the internet, we can add you to our weekly posting for HPC items of interest.  Commonly, there will be entries for live webinars, webinar recordings, training opportunities, conferences and upcoming proposal deadlines. 

If you would like to be added to the listserv, please email tboyle@kennesaw.edu for assistance.

Archive of recent posts:

  • Research Computing Events

    HPC Office Hours for May (On Teams)

    On most Tuesdays and Fridays at noon, I host a 1-hour HPC Office Hour on Teams.  I have had to cancel the session tomorrow 05/10.  The next session will be Tuesday, 05/14 at noon.  Bring your questions or any issues that we need to tackle.  Future sessions are listed on our calendar page.

    05/24/2024 12-1 PM EST  Open Office Hour Fridays
    05/28/2024 12-1 PM EST  Open Office Hour Tuesdays
    05/31/2024 12-1 PM EST  Open Office Hour Fridays
    06/04/2024 12-1 PM EST  Open Office Hour Tuesdays
    06/07/2024 12-1 PM EST  Open Office Hour Fridays

    As always, if you can't attend one of these sessions, please reach out to me directly to schedule an alternate for you or your team.


    MATLAB Live Events for the end of May

    Multi-Scale Simulation for Mine Electrification
    Electrifying an entire mining operation introduces a unique set of opportunities and challenges, especially in underground operations where delivering the right amount of power to the right location is...
    Session: 28 May 2024, 10:00 PM EDT
    Format: Online

    Cloud and Container Integrations of Industrial IoT Applications
    Industrial IoT has brought the rise of connected devices that stream information and optimize operational behavior over the course of a device’s lifetime. MATLAB® and Simulink® can help you design, prototype,...
    Session: 29 May 2024, 9:00 AM EDT
    Format: Online

    Introduction to Simulink for Modeling, Simulation, and Testing
    In this seminar, you will learn Simulink basics for modeling, simulating, and testing control design for multi-domain dynamic systems. You’ll gain insight on how to build models, design control algorithms,...
    Session: 29 May 2024, 2:00 PM EDT
    Format: Online

    Data Science, AI and Image Analysis for Oil & Gas
    In this webinar, we take a closer look at Big Data and Image Analysis applications in the Oil & Gas sector. You will learn how to leverage MATLAB for AI applications across Downstream, Midstream and...
    Session: 30 May 2024, 2:00 AM EDT
    Format: Online

    Create Robust Flight Software with Polyspace
    Robust software is the cornerstone of the aviation and space industry, ensuring that advanced products can perform their complex functions safely, efficiently, and reliably. Given the potentially catastrophic...
    Sessions: 30 May 2024, 11:00 AM EDT | 30 May 2024, 2:00 PM EDT

    Find more live events at MathWorks along with Conferences and Training.
    https://www.mathworks.com/company/events.html?s_tid=gn_ov


    Other News and Events of Interest

    NSF News
    https://new.nsf.gov/news

    NIH News & Events
    https://www.nih.gov/news-events

    HPCWire
    https://www.hpcwire.com

    ACM TechNews
    https://technews.acm.org


    Have a great day,
    Tom

    Tom Boyle
    Center for Research Computing
    Director, Data Compliance and Computing Operations
    tboyle@kennesaw.edu
    470578-6180

  • Hope you all are having a good day.  Tomorrow, Friday (11/17) from 12-1 PM, I will be holding HPC Office Hour sessions on Teams.  There will be no HPC office hours next week.   Bring your questions or issues tomorrow and we will work on them together.  If you can’ t attend one of the usual Tuesday or Friday sessions, email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu and we can set up a time specifically for you and your team.

    ACM TechNews consistently has interesting articles.  See for yourself, here is the link for the Nov 15 edition. 

    Upcoming Events

    Nov 22, Webinar: Introduction to Quantum Computing for Chemists
    Nov 21, Webinar: Introduction to AI for Chemists
    Nov 30, Webinar: Teaching Fundamentals of Neural Networks with MATLAB
    Dec 6-7, Summit: The AI Summit - New York and On Demand Afterwards
    Mar 26-27, Conference: MemCon 2024


    Miscellaneous

    The KSU Digital Commons group at the Library have resources available for hosting and sharing your datasets.  Please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu.


    Did you know that the KSU Office of Research and the Library has a program where they offer assistance with the cost of open access publication?  Find out more about the Open Access Publishing Fund.


    If you know of someone who wants to be on this mailing list, have them email hpc-users@list.kennesaw.edu with SUBSCRIBE in the body of the email.

  • Hope you all are having a good day.  I now hold HPC Office Hours on Tuesdays and Fridays at noon.  Tomorrow, Friday (11/10) from 12-1 PM and Tuesday (11/14) from 12 - 1 PM, I will be holding HPC Office Hour sessions on Teams.   Bring your questions or issues and we will work on them together.  If you can’ t make one of the Tuesday or Friday sessions, email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu and we can set up a time specifically for you and your team.

    ACM TechNews consistently has interesting articles.  See for yourself, here is the link for the Nov 08 edition. 

    Upcoming Events

    Nov 12-17, Conference: SuperComputing 2023
    Nov 14, Webinar: Introduction to AI for Chemists
    Nov 30, Webinar: Teaching Fundamentals of Neural Networks with MATLAB
    Dec 6-7, Summit: The AI Summit - New York and On Demand Afterwards
    Mar 26-27, Conference: MemCon 2024

    Miscellaneous

    The KSU Digital Commons group at the Library have resources available for hosting and sharing your datasets.  Please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu.


    Did you know that the KSU Office of Research and the Library has a program where they offer assistance with the cost of open access publication?  Find out more about the Open Access Publishing Fund.

     

    If you know of someone who wants to be on this mailing list, have them email hpc-users@list.kennesaw.edu with SUBSCRIBE in the body of the email.

  • Hello All,

    Hope you all are having a good day.  The next HPC office hour will be Tuesday (10/31) from 12 to 1 on Teams.    If you can’ t wait until then, email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu and we can set up a time specifically for you and your team.

    • The next few HPC office hour sessions:
      • Tuesday. 10/31 12 - 1
      • Friday, 11/03 12 -1
      • Tuesday, 11/7 12 - 1

    ACM TechNews consistently has interesting articles.  See for yourself, here is the link for the October 25th edition. 

    Upcoming Events

    Oct 24, Webinar: Start Up, Scale Up by MATLAB
    Oct 30, Webinar: Parallel and Distributed Computing with MATLAB
    Oct 30, Webinar: EduCause: Generative AI in Higher Education
    Nov 12 - 17, Conference: SuperComputing 2023
    Dec 6 - 7, Summit: The AI Summit - New York and On Demand Afterwards

    Miscellaneous

    The KSU Digital Commons group at the Library have resources available for hosting and sharing your datasets.  Please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu.

    Did you know that the KSU Office of Research and the Library has a program where they offer assistance with the cost of open access publication?  Find out more about the Open Access Publishing Fund.

    If you know of someone who wants to be on this mailing list, have them email hpc-users@list.kennesaw.edu with SUBSCRIBE in the body of the email.


    Tom Boyle

    tboyle@kennesaw.edu

  • Hello All,

    Hope you all are having a good day.  We now hold HPC Office Hours on Tuesdays and Fridays at noon.  Tomorrow, Friday (10/20) from 12-1 PM and Tuesday (10/24) from 12 - 1 PM, I will be holding HPC Office Hour sessions on Teams.   Bring your questions or issues and we will work on them together.  If you can’ t make one of the Tuesday or Friday sessions, email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu and we can set up a time specifically for you and your team.


    There is a lot in the news lately concerning AI, the following are Education themed articles on AI.

    OpenAI releases ChatGPT teaching guide - Guide Link
    How AI could save or sink creative writing

    ACM TechNews consistently has interesting articles.  See for yourself, here is the link for the Oct 18 edition

    Upcoming Events
    Oct 24, Webinar: Start Up, Scale Up by MATLAB
    Oct 30, Webinar: Parallel and Distributed Computing with MATLAB
    Oct 30, Webinar: EduCause: Generative AI in Higher Education
    Nov 12 - 17, Conference: SuperComputing 2023
    Dec 6 - 7, Summit: The AI Summit - New York and On Demand Afterwards

    Miscellaneous

    The KSU Digital Commons group at the Library have resources available for hosting and sharing your datasets.  Please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu.

    Did you know that the KSU Office of Research and the Library has a program where they offer assistance with the cost of open access publication?  Find out more about the Open Access Publishing Fund.

    If you know of someone who wants to be on this mailing list, have them email hpc-users@list.kennesaw.edu with SUBSCRIBE in the body of the email.


    Tom Boyle
    Data Compliance and Computing Operations
    Center for Research Computing

  • Hope you all are having a good day.  We now hold HPC Office Hours on Tuesdays and Fridays at noon.  Tomorrow, Friday (10/13) from 12-1 PM and Tuesday (10/17) from 12 - 1 PM, I will be holding another HPC Office Hour on Teams.   Bring your questions or issues and we will work on them together.  If you can’ t make one of the Tuesday or Friday sessions, email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu and we can set up a time specifically for you and your team.

    ACM TechNews consistently has interesting articles.  See for yourself, here is the link for the Oct. 11 edition

    Upcoming Events

    Oct 18, Webinar, MATLAB and Python Working Together
    Oct 18, Webinar, Simulation and Visualization for Aircraft and Spacecraft Design
    Nov 12 - 17, Conference, SuperComputing 2023
    Dec 6 - 7, Summit, The AI Summit - New York and On Demand Afterwards

    Miscellaneous

    The KSU Digital Commons group at the Library have resources available for hosting and sharing your datasets.  Please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu.

    Did you know that the KSU Office of Research and the Library has a program where they offer assistance with the cost of open access publication?  Find out more about the Open Access Publishing Fund.

    If you know of someone who wants to be on this mailing list, have them email hpc-users@list.kennesaw.edu with SUBSCRIBE in the body of the email.

  • Do you remember...

    Hope you all are having a good day.  We now hold HPC Office Hours on Tuesdays and Fridays at noon.  Tomorrow, Friday (9/22) from 12-1, I will hold another HPC Office Hour on Teams.   Bring your questions or issues and we will work on them together.  If you can’ t make one of the Tuesday or Friday sessions, email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu and we can set up a time specifically for you and your team.

    Next week: due to travel, there will be no HPC Office Hours on Tuesday (9/26) or Friday (9/29). 

    ACM TechNews consistently has interesting articles.  See for yourself, here is the link for the Sep 20 edition

    Upcoming Events

    Sep 25 - 29, Conference: IEEE High Performance Extreme Computing Conference - Online
    Oct 11 - 12, Webinar: Teaching with MATLAB
    Oct 11 - 12, Conference: Mathworks Finance Conference - Online
    Nov 12 - 17, Conference: SuperComputing 2023
    Dec 6 - 7, Summit: The AI Summit - New York and On Demand Afterwards

    Miscellaneous

    The KSU Digital Commons group at the Library have resources available for hosting and sharing your datasets.  Please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu.


    Did you know that the KSU Office of Research and the Library has a program where they offer assistance with the cost of open access publication?  Find out more about the Open Access Publishing Fund.

    If you know of someone who wants to be on this mailing list, have them email hpc-users@list.kennesaw.edu with SUBSCRIBE in the body of the email.

  • Hope you all are having a good day.  We now hold HPC Office Hours on Tuesdays and Fridays at noon.  Tomorrow, Friday (9/15) and next Tuesday (9/19) from 12-1, I will hold another HPC Office Hour on Teams.   Bring your questions or issues and we will work on them together.  If you can’ t make one of the Tuesday or Friday sessions, email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu and we can set up a time specifically for you and your team.

    ACM TechNews consistently has interesting articles.  See for yourself, here is the link for the Sep 13 edition. 

    Upcoming Events

    Sep 20, Webinar: Introduction to MATLAB
    Sep 18 - 22, Conference: 2023 Internet2 Technology Exchange
    Sep 25 - 29, Conference: IEEE High Performance Extreme Computing Conference - Online
    Oct 11 - 12, Webinar: Teaching with MATLAB
    Oct 11 - 12, Conference: Mathworks Finance Conference - Online
    Nov 12 - 17, Conference: SuperComputing 2023
    Dec 6 - 7, Summit: The AI Summit - New York and On Demand Afterwards

    Miscellaneous

    The KSU Digital Commons group at the Library have resources available for hosting and sharing your datasets.  Please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu.

    Did you know that the KSU Office of Research and the Library has a program where they offer assistance with the cost of open access publication?  Find out more about the Open Access Publishing Fund.

    Learn more about the new resources shared in the recent UITS announcement on Regional Research and Education Networks and Internet2 Peer Exchange.

  • Hope you all are having a good day.  We now hold HPC Office Hours on Tuesdays and Fridays at noon.  Tomorrow, Friday (9/8) and next Tuesday (9/12) from 12-1, I will hold another HPC Office Hour on Teams.   Bring your questions or issues and we will work on them together.  If you can’ t make one of these Friday sessions, email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu and we can set up a time specifically for you and your team.

    ACM TechNews consistently has interesting articles.  See for yourself, here is the link for the September 06 edition. 

    Upcoming Events


    Webinar, Model-Based Design of Production Machines – Part 1: Import CAD models to Simulink
    Sep 12, Webinar, Simplifying Production Process for Financial Models
    Sep 18 - 22, Conference, 2023 Internet2 Technology Exchange
    Sep 25 - 29, Conference, IEEE High Performance Extreme Computing Conference - Online
    Nov 12 - 17, Conference, SuperComputing 2023

    Miscellaneous

    The KSU Digital Commons group at the Library have resources available for hosting and sharing your datasets.  Please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu.

    Did you know that the KSU Office of Research and the Library has a program where they offer assistance with the cost of open access publication?  Find out more about the Open Access Publishing Fund.

    Learn more about the new resources shared in the recent UITS announcement on Regional Research and Education Networks and Internet2 Peer Exchange.

    If you know of someone who wants to be on this mailing list, have them email hpc-users@list.kennesaw.edu with SUBSCRIBE in the body of the email.

  • Hope you all are having a good day.  We now hold HPC Office Hours on Tuesdays and Fridays at noon.  Tomorrow, Friday (9/1) from 12-1, I will hold another HPC Office Hour on Teams.   Bring your questions or issues and we will work on them together.  If you can’ t make one of these Friday sessions, email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu and we can set up a time specifically for you and your team.

    ACM TechNews consistently has interesting articles.  See for yourself, here is the link for the August 30 edition

    Upcoming Events

    Sep. 7, LiveStream: YouTube Livestream: Image Registration in MATLAB
    Sep 12, Webinar: Model-Based Design of Production Machines – Part 1: Import CAD models to Simulink
    Sep 12, Webinar: Simplifying Production Process for Financial Models
    Sep 25 - 29, Conference: IEEE High Performance Extreme Computing Conference - Online
    Nov 12 - 17, Conference: SuperComputing 2023

    Miscellaneous

    The KSU Digital Commons group at the Library have resources available for hosting and sharing your datasets.  Please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu.

    Did you know that the KSU Office of Research and the Library has a program where they offer assistance with the cost of open access publication?  Find out more about the Open Access Publishing Fund.

    Learn more about the new resources shared in the recent UITS announcement on Regional Research and Education Networks and Internet2 Peer Exchange.

    If you know of someone who wants to be on this mailing list, have them email hpc-users@list.kennesaw.edu with SUBSCRIBE in the body of the email.

  • Hope you all are having a good day.  No HPC Office Hour this Friday, but next week I will be holding sessions Tuesday and Friday at noon on Teams.   Bring your questions or issues and we will work on them together.  If you can’ t make one of the Tuesday or Friday lunchtime sessions, email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu and we can set up a time specifically for you and your team.

    I wanted to make sure that you saw the KSU announcement concerning the new connection to Internet2.  This is now in place and will automatically be utilized to route traffic based on its destination.  Some research traffic will benefit greatly from this new improvement.  Here are the resources shared in the announcement Regional Research and Education Networks and Internet2 Peer Exchange.

    ACM TechNews consistently has interesting articles.  See for yourself, here is the link for the August 23 edition. 

    Upcoming Events

    Aug 29, Webinar: AI Applications in Quantitative Finance
    Sep 12, Webinar: Model-Based Design of Production Machines – Part 1: Import CAD models to Simulink
    Sep 25 - 29, Conference: IEEE High Performance Extreme Computing Conference - Online
    Nov 12 - 17, Conference: SuperComputing 2023

    Miscellaneous

    The KSU Digital Commons group at the Library have resources available for hosting and sharing your datasets.  Please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu.

    Did you know that the KSU Office of Research and the Library has a program where they offer assistance with the cost of open access publication?  Find out more about the Open Access Publishing Fund.

    If you know of someone who wants to be on this mailing list, have them email hpc-users@list.kennesaw.edu with SUBSCRIBE in the body of the email.

  • Hope you all are having a good day.  This Friday (8/11) from 12-1. we will have another HPC Office Hour on Teams.   Bring your questions or issues and we will work on them together.  If you can’ t make one of these Friday sessions, email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu and we can set up a time specifically for you and your team.

    We are still considering adding an extra day each week for the HPC office hours.  I was thinking of noon on Tuesdays, but if there is another day or even a time that you think might work better, let me know at tboyle@kennesaw.edu.

    The ACM TechNews consistently has interesting articles.  See for yourself, here is the link for the August 9 edition. 

    Upcoming Events

    Sep 18 - 22, Conference: 2023 Internet2 Technology Exchange - Minneapolis, MN
    Aug 20, Webinar: Easy Data Analysis Beyond Spreadsheets
    Aug 23, Webinar: Using MATLAB with Python
    Sep 25 - 29, Conference: IEEE High Performance Extreme Computing Conference - Online
    Nov 12 - 17, Conference: SuperComputing 2023

    Miscellaneous

    The KSU Digital Commons group at the Library have resources available for hosting and sharing your datasets.  Please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu.

    Did you know that the KSU Office of Research and the Library has a program where they offer assistance with the cost of open access publication.  Find out more about the Open Access Publishing Fund.

    If you know of someone who wants to be on this mailing list, have them email hpc-users@list.kennesaw.edu with SUBSCRIBE in the body of the email.

  • Hope you are having a good summer.  Friday (7/14) from 12-1. we will have another HPC Office Hour on Teams.   Bring your questions or issues and we will work on them together.  If you can’ t make one of these Friday sessions, email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu and we can set up a time to with you and your team.


    Saw this article concerning Generative AI and what principles could be adopted to help foster fair, accurate and beneficial decision-making while this technology space is growing faster and more powerful.  Read more here.  


    Upcoming Events from External Hosts

    July 31 - Aug 1, Workshop, Machine Learning and Big Data Workshop
    July 18, Webinar, MATLAB: Low Code Data Analysis with MATLAB
    July 26, Webinar, MATLAB: Intro to Modeling and Simulation with Simulink
    July 27, Webinar, MATLAB: Introduction to AI with MATLAB
    Sep 18 - 22, Conference, 2023 Internet2 Technology Exchange - Minneapolis, MN

    Miscellaneous

    The KSU Digital Commons group at the Library have resources available for hosting and sharing your datasets.  Please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu.


    If you know of someone who wants to be on this mailing list, have them email hpc-users@list.kennesaw.edu with SUBSCRIBE in the body of the email.

  • KSU Research Computing Events

    This time of year, we put together an Annual Report wherein we like to include proposals, awards and publications that benefitted from use of the HPC during this fiscal year.  I have reached out to many of you, but if you have not heard from me and you have work that we should include, please send it to me.

    I will be hosting another HPC Office Hour this week.  Friday, 6/16 at noon on Teams.   Bring your questions or issues you are having and work on it together.  If you can’t make it, feel free to email me (tboyle@kennesaw.edu) to schedule a time when you are available.


    From Various Hosts

    June 20, Conference, HPE Discover - Las Vegas, NV
    Jun 27-28, Workshop, Computational Thinking Workshop
    June 29, Workshop, ACCESS HPC Workshop: GPU Programming (IN PERSON at GSU and GT)
    Jun 26 - 30, Conference, HPC2023 - Cetraro, Italy
    Sep 18 - 22, Conference, 2023 Internet2 Technology Exchange - Minneapolis, MN

    From MATLAB

    AI and IoT for Grid Analytics

    AI and IoT are making the grid more user-friendly, reliable, flexible, secure, and profitable. More and more, utilities are taking advantage of this by innovating and developing cutting-edge applications...

    Session: 19 Jun 2023 at 10:00 PM EDT
    Event Series: Developing the "Grid of the Future" with Artificial Intelligence and Simulation

    Elevating BVLOS Drone Missions: MATLAB and Simulink for Interdisciplinary Team Success

    Autonomous systems like drones necessitate interdisciplinary teams with expertise in areas such as systems engineering, power electronics, wireless communication, and autonomous navigation. For Beyond...

    Sessions: 20 Jun 2023 at 5:30 AM EDT | 20 Jun 2023 at 9:00 AM EDT | 20 Jun 2023 at 2:00 PM EDT

    Applications for the Grid of the Future

    In this session you will hear about two applications for the grid of the future: techno-economic analysis, and grid fault location detection. Both application examples combine electrical network simulation...

    Session: 20 Jun 2023 at 10:00 PM EDT
    Format: Online
    Event Series: Developing the "Grid of the Future" with Artificial Intelligence and Simulation
    Renewable Grid Integration Studies with Simscape Electrical

    The future grid will have a high penetration of renewable energy sources integrated into the electrical network. This increase presents challenges to grid operators, including DER integration, system stability...

    Session: 21 Jun 2023 at 10:00 PM EDT
     
    In Silico Medicine for Modelling and Simulation of Medical Devices

    The validation and clinical evaluation of medical devices can be performed using living animals or humans, but this is expensive, time-consuming, and sometimes even risky to the test subjects. Alternatively,...

    Sessions: 22 Jun 2023 at 5:30 AM EDT | 22 Jun 2023 at 9:00 AM EDT | 22 Jun 2023 at 2:00 PM EDT
     
    YouTube Livestream: Beyond the Code: Showcasing Your MATLAB Results Like a Pro

    Want to catch people’s attention with your next presentation? Join us live as we discuss impactful ways of sharing MATLAB results with examples from our new free edX course, "MATLAB Essentials."...

    Session: 22 Jun 2023 at 11:00 AM EDT
    Format: Online

     

    Miscellaneous

    KSU Digital Commons Announcement: the Library has worked to make the Digital Commons Dataset collection easier to submit to.  If you are looking to upload your datasets, please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu.

     

  • KSU Research Computing Events

    I will be hosting another HPC Office Hour this week.  Friday at noon on Teams.   Bring your questions or issues you are having and work on it together.  If you can’t make it, feel free to email me (tboyle@kennesaw.edu) to schedule a time when you are available.


    From Various Hosts

    Jun 5 - 6, Conference: IEEE Conference on AI - Santa Clara, CA
    Jun 14, 10 AM, Webinar: AI systems in National Labs
    Jun 20, Conference: HPE Discover - Las Vegas, NV
    Jun 26 - 30, Conference: HPC2023 - Cetraro, Italy
    Sep 18 - 22, Conference: 2023 Internet2 Technology Exchange - Minneapolis, MN

    From MATLAB

    DevOps Workflow for AI Based Medical Devices Software Development and Deployment on the Cloud

    DevOps is a set of practices that combine software development and IT operations. It aims to shorten the medical devices development lifecycle and provide continuous delivery with high quality. In this...

    Session: 12 Jul 2023 at 2:00 PM EDT


    Low Code Data Analysis with MATLAB

    Learn how you can analyze and model data using interactive tools in MATLAB. Through live demonstrations and examples, you will see how you can solve many steps in a data analysis workflow without writing...

    Sessions: 18 Jul 2023 at 5:30 AM EDT | 18 Jul 2023 at 9:00 AM EDT | 18 Jul 2023 at 2:00 PM EDT


    Intro to Modeling and Simulation with Simulink

    In this session you will learn the basics of Simulink for modeling, simulating, and analyzing multi-domain dynamic systems. You will see how to build models using Simulink’s block diagramming interface...

    Session: 26 Jul 2023 at 1:00 PM EDT

    Introduction to AI with MATLAB

    MathWorks is hosting a live webinar on the fundamentals of AI. We will be discussing how to incorporate AI into your project by understanding and implementing the steps of the AI workflow. We will show...

    Sessions: 27 Jul 2023 at 5:30 AM EDT | 27 Jul 2023 at 9:00 AM EDT | 27 Jul 2023 at 2:00 PM EDT

  • KSU Research Computing Events

    We will be having another HPC Office Hour this week.  Friday at noon on Teams.   Bring your questions or issues you are having and work on it together.  If you can’t make it, feel free to email me (tboyle@kennesaw.edu) to schedule a time when you are available.


    From Various Hosts

    An interesting article on sustainability and HPC.

    Jun 5 - 6, Conference: IEEE Conference on AI - Santa Clara, CA
    Jun 20, Conference: HPE Discover - Las Vegas, NV
    Jun 26 - 30, Conference: HPC2023 - Cetraro, Italy
    Sep 18 - 22, Conference: 2023 Internet2 Technology Exchange - Minneapolis, MN

    If you haven’t already, please consider applying for a 1-year allocation on Neocortex,  by April 19th. Neocortex, an NSF-funded supercomputer, features the specialized Cerebras WSE chip designed to accelerate AI and HPC research in pursuit of science, discovery, and societal good. Applications leveraging large natural language processing models are encouraged. Below, you can find more details on the four types of applications of interest including non-AI areas. More information and application.

    From MATLAB

    Industry Voices: Realtime Economics, Quant and Climate Data

    Day One of the Australian Computational Finance Webinar series features industry experts including Björn van Roye from Bloomberg LP, Maria Palazzi-Nieves from MJ Hudson and Richard Peterson from MarketPsych...

    Session: 30 May 2023 at 10:00 PM EDT
    Format: Online
    Event Series: Computational Finance Webinar Series – Presented by MathWorks Australia

     

    Satellite Scenario Modeling and SatCom Link Simulation in MATLAB

    In this webinar, you will learn how to model multi-asset scenarios that include satellites, aircraft, ground stations, and moving ground vehicles. Model and visualize asset trajectories and perform visual...

    Sessions: 31 May 2023 at 5:30 AM EDT | 31 May 2023 at 9:00 AM EDT | 31 May 2023 at 2:00 PM EDT
    Format: Online

     

    Automation of Computational Financial Workflows

    Day two of the Australian Computational Finance Webinar Series is a tech deep dive into the Automation of Computational Financial Workflows. Productivity, Scalability, Robustness - Next generation coding...

    Session: 31 May 2023 at 10:00 PM EDT
    Format: Online
    Event Series: Computational Finance Webinar Series – Presented by MathWorks Australia

     

    Design and Simulate Battery and Energy Storage Systems with Simscape Battery

    An accurate battery model is essential when designing battery systems: To create digital twins, run virtual tests of different architectures or to design the battery management system or evaluate the thermal...

    Session: 6 Jun 2023 at 4:00 AM EDT
    Format: Online
    Event Series: Developing Battery Systems with Simulink and Simscape

     

    Battery cell modeling and model parameterization

    In this session hosted by TechSource, Javier Gazzarri, application engineer at MathWorks, will demonstrate workflows for battery model development with the goal of designing battery management systems....

    Session: 6 Jun 2023 at 9:30 PM EDT

     

     

  • KSU Research Computing Events

    HPC Downtime: the physical move of the HPC begins Monday, May 1 at 8 AM.  Contact hpc@kennesaw.edu  for questions or concerns.

    It has been a busy spring, below are the recordings 

    2023 Spring Workshop Series

    Dask - Parallel Programming Video / Slides

    Stata on HPC Video / Slides

    Using Jupyter Notebook on HPC Video

    Optimal Resource Allocation on HPC using CPU/GPU: A case study of Python for Machine Learning Video

     2023 Supercomputing Researcher Spotlight Series 

    Agendamelding and COVID: Research and Impact Video

    Agendamelding and COVID: Implementation and Demonstration Video

    From Various Hosts

    If you haven’t already, please consider applying for a 1-year allocation on Neocortex,  by April 19th. Neocortex, an NSF-funded supercomputer, features the specialized Cerebras WSE chip designed to accelerate AI and HPC research in pursuit of science, discovery, and societal good. Applications leveraging large natural language processing models are encouraged. Below, you can find more details on the four types of applications of interest including non-AI areas. More information and application.

    May 8 - 11: Internet2 Community Exchange - Atlanta, GA
    May 10-12: Higher Education Cloud Forum at Emory University - Atlanta, GA
    May 9 - 11: IBM Think 2023 - Orlando, FL
    May 16- 18: Bio-IT World Conference and Expo - Boston, MA

    From MATLAB

    MATLAB Grader for Teaching

    Are you an academic or an educator at a university looking for a way to scale up your students grading and provide them immediate feedback? Join us for this exclusive event to learn more about MATLAB Grader...

    Sessions: 2 May 2023, 8:00 AM EDT | 31 May 2023, 9:00 AM EDT | 14 Jun 2023, 5:00 AM EDT | 27 Jun 2023, 4:00 AM EDT

    Using Model-Based Design for DO-178C and DO-331 Compliance

    The need for advanced civil and defence systems has been brought into sharp focus. In civil, the drive for zero climate impact is driving development of advanced propulsion systems and autonomy. At the...

    Session: 3 May 2023, 10:00 AM EDT

    From Algorithms to FPGA / ASIC Implementation with MATLAB and Simulink

    Learn about generating HDL code from MATLAB code and Simulink models for FPGA and ASIC implementation. This session starts with a brief introduction to Model Based Design and the hardware development workflow....

    Session: 3 May 2023, 1:00 PM EDT

    Artificial Intelligence with MATLAB

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) is transforming engineering in nearly every industry and application area. Success with AI requires more than training an AI model, especially in AI-driven systems that make...

    Session: 3 May 2023, 2:00 PM EDT

    Miscellaneous


    KSU Digital Commons Announcement: the Library has worked to make the Digital Commons Dataset collection easier to submit to.  If you are looking to upload your datasets, please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu.

  • KSU Research Computing Events


    The last session in the 2023 Research Computing Workshop Series is Tomorrow, Friday, April 21 at 11 AM.   Dr. Philip Abidoye will present “Dask - Parallel Programming for Machine Learning in Python” live on Teams.   Dask is a Python library for parallel computing.


    We are quickly approaching the HPC Downtime: the physical move of the HPC is scheduled for the entire week beginning May 1 (week of finals).   Please plan accordingly.  Contact hpc@kennesaw.edu  for questions or concerns.

     

    From Various Hosts


    If you haven’t already, please consider applying for a 1-year allocation on Neocortex,  by April 19th. Neocortex, an NSF-funded supercomputer, features the specialized Cerebras WSE chip designed to accelerate AI and HPC research in pursuit of science, discovery, and societal good. Applications leveraging large natural language processing models are encouraged. Below, you can find more details on the four types of applications of interest including non-AI areas. More information and application.


    Engineering Collaboration – MATLAB With Python – Presented by MathWorks Australia

    Python is a general-purpose computing language that is used in some numerical computing areas, whilst MATLAB and Simulink, which are laser focussed on technical computing users, and are also extremely...

    Sessions: 20 Feb 2023 at 8:00 PM EST | 1 May 2023 at 10:00 PM EDT | 21 Aug 2023 at 10:00 PM EDT | 6 Nov 2023 at 8:00 PM EST
    Format: Online


    Graphic Dynamic Systems Analysis and Design – Presented by MathWorks Australia

    There are lots of options to approximate a dynamic system, for example using spreadsheets or a low-level programming language to directly solve the equations. However, Simulink offers an easy and efficient...

    Sessions: 21 Feb 2023 at 9:00 PM EST | 2 May 2023 at 10:00 PM EDT | 22 Aug 2023 at 10:00 PM EDT | 7 Nov 2023 at 8:00 PM EST
    Format: Online


    Tips to Get the Most out of MATLAB and Simulink – Presented by MathWorks Australia

    Whether you’ve been using MATLAB and Simulink for years or have just started, this presentation is for you. MathWorks has thousands of full-time software engineers working on developing our products and...

    Sessions: 22 Feb 2023 at 8:00 PM EST | 3 May 2023 at 10:00 PM EDT | 23 Aug 2023 at 10:00 PM EDT | 8 Nov 2023 at 8:00 PM EST
    Format: Online


    Miscellaneous


    KSU Digital Commons Announcement: the Library has worked to make the Digital Commons Dataset collection easier to submit to.  If you are looking to upload your datasets, please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu.

  • KSU Research Computing Events


    Tomorrow, Friday, April 14 at 11 AM, Dr. Philip Abidoye will present “Dask - Parallel Programming for Machine Learning in Python” live on Teams.


    The slides and recording of last week’s session “Stata on HPC” are now available.


    HPC Downtime: the physical move of the HPC is scheduled for the entire week beginning May 1 (week of finals).   Please plan accordingly.  Contact hpc@kennesaw.edu  for questions or concerns.


    From Various Hosts


    If you haven’t already, please consider applying for a 1-year allocation on Neocortex,  by April 19th. Neocortex, an NSF-funded supercomputer, features the specialized Cerebras WSE chip designed to accelerate AI and HPC research in pursuit of science, discovery, and societal good. Applications leveraging large natural language processing models are encouraged. Below, you can find more details on the four types of applications of interest including non-AI areas. More information and application.


    April 14, Webinar: Code Generation with MATLAB and Simulink for Student Competitions
    April 18, Webinar: Mastering Financial Data with MATLAB
    April 25 - 27, Conference: Globus World - Chicago, IL
    May 8 - 11, Meeting: Internet2 Community Exchange - Atlanta, GA
    May 10-12, Forum: Higher Education Cloud Forum at Emory University - Atlanta, GA
    May 9 - 11, Conference: IBM Think 2023 - Orlando, FL
    May 16- 18, Conference: Bio-IT World Conference and Expo - Boston, MA


    Miscellaneous


    KSU Digital Commons Announcement: the Library has worked to make the Digital Commons Dataset collection easier to submit to.  If you are looking to upload your datasets, please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu.

  • KSU Research Computing Events

    Tomorrow, Friday, April 7 at noon, we will be hosting another KSU HPC Open Office Hour followed immediately by another HPC Workshop entitled “Using Stata on the HPC.”  This session will be recorded.

    If you missed our Supercomputing Researcher Spotlight sessions on "Agendamelding and COVID,” the recordings are now available.  In these two presentations, Dr. Milad Minooie recaps the steps that the authors took to collect 224 million tweets about the pandemic and how the HPC was utilized to parse the data, analyze and classify the text of the tweets, and performs analyses and time series to test their hypothesis.

    Session 1: Research and Impact
    Session 2: Implementation and Demonstration 

    On Friday, April 21 at 11 AM,  Dr. Philip Abidoye will be presenting “Seminar on DASK"  This session will be recorded.

    HPC Downtime: the physical move of the HPC is scheduled again for the entire week beginning May 1 (week of finals).   Please plan accordingly.  Contact hpc@kennesaw.edu  for questions or concerns.

    From Various Hosts

    April 12: Mechatronics Foundation 1: Integrated Modeling of Mechatronic Systems
    April 14: Code Generation with MATLAB and Simulink for Student Competitions
    April 18: Mastering Financial Data with MATLAB
    April 25 - 27: Globus World - Chicago, IL
    May 9 - 11: IBM Think 2023 - Orlando, FL
    May 16- 18: Bio-IT World Conference and Expo - Boston, MA

    Miscellaneous

    KSU Digital Commons Announcement: the Library has worked to make the Digital Commons Dataset collection easier to submit to.  If you are looking to upload your datasets, please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu.

  • KSU HPC Events


    With all the March Madness, you may have missed our Supercomputing Researcher Spotlight sessions on "Agendamelding and COVID”  Well, the recordings are now available.  In these two presentations, Dr. Milad Minooie recaps the steps that the authors took to collect 224 million tweets about the pandemic and how the HPC was utilized to parse the data, analyze and classify the text of the tweets, and performs analyses and time series to test their hypothesis.


    Session 1: Research and Impact
    Session 2: Implementation and Demonstration 


    No HPC Open Office Hours this week, please contact tboyle@kennesaw.edu if you need to schedule time for you or your group.


    Next week, on 4/7 at 1 PM, we host a workshop “Using Stata on  the KSU HPC” live on Teams and recorded for later.


    HPC Downtime: the physical move of the HPC is scheduled again for the entire week beginning May 1 (week of finals).   Please plan accordingly.  Contact hpc@kennesaw.edu  for questions or concerns.

    From Various Hosts

    April 3, Webinar: Electric Vehicle Powertrain Sizing and Optimization for Student Competitions
    April 5, Webinar: Accelerate Mechatronics Development thru Digital Engineering
    April 13, Webinar: Electric and Autonomous Driving with MATLAB and Simulink
    April 25 - 27, Conference: Globus World - Chicago, IL
    May 9 - 11, Conference: IBM Think 2023 - Orlando, FL
    May 16- 18, Conference: Bio-IT World Conference and Expo - Boston, MA

    Miscellaneous

    KSU Digital Commons Announcement: the Library has worked to make the Digital Commons Dataset collection easier to submit to.  If you are looking to upload your datasets, please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu. 

  • KSU HPC Events

    Looking for a great opportunity right before game time on Friday, plan on attending the “Supercomputing Researcher Spotlight Series”.


    March 17 @ Noon: Dr. Milad Minooie will present on "Agendamelding and COVID: Research and Impact"


    March 24 @ Noon: Dr. Milad Minooie will present on “Agendamelding and COVID: Implementation and Demonstration"

    The recordings from the last two Friday workshops are now available:

    Dr. Philip Abidoye's session "Using Jupyter Notebook on HPC

    Dr. Philip Abidoye's session "Optimal Resource Allocation on HPC using CPU/GPU: A case study of Python for Machine Learning

    No Open Office Hour this week.  Contact tboyle@kennesaw.edu to schedule a help session.

    HPC Downtime: the physical move of the HPC is scheduled again for the entire week beginning May 1 (week of finals).   Please plan accordingly.  Contact hpc@kennesaw.edu  for questions or concerns.

    From Various Hosts

    Mar 20-23 Nvidia GPU Technology Conference

    Mar 22 Seminar: Setting up a Scientific Software Project using GitLab: From ‘Zero’ to ‘Hero

    Mar 28 - 29 Conference: MemCon Memory systems conference - Mt View, CA

    April 25 - 27 Conference:Globus World - Chicago, IL

    May 9 - 11 Conference:IBM Think 2023 - Orlando, FL

    May 16- 18 Conference: Bio-IT World Conference and Expo - Boston, MA

    From MATLAB:

    Supercharging Excel with MATLAB

    Microsoft Excel is important in the financial world. It is intuitive and easy to use; however, it is also easy to end up with important calculations in badly designed spreadsheets, perhaps with error prone...

     Sessions: 21 Mar 2023, 6:00 AM EDT | 21 Mar 2023, 1:00 PM EDT


    Medical Imaging Workflows in MATLAB

    Medical images come from multiple sources such as MRI, CT, X-ray, ultrasound, and PET/SPECT. Engineers and scientists must visualize and analyze this multi-domain image data to extract clinically meaningful...

     Session: 22 Mar 2023, 2:00 PM EDT


     
    Programming Robots with ROS and ROS2 using MATLAB

    Robot Operating System (ROS) has become increasingly popular in industry, especially in the development of robotics. ROS, however, is a large robot programming framework, encompassing robot development...

     Sessions: 23 Mar 2023, 9:00 AM EDT | 23 Mar 2023, 2:00 PM EDT


    Vehicle Dynamics Simulation and Visualization for Student Competitions

    In this webinar, we will provide an overview of some of the new and advanced vehicle dynamics models for student competitions. We will start the session with an introduction to Simscape longitudinal motion...

     Session: 23 Mar 2023, 10:00 AM EDT


     Miscellaneous


    KSU Digital Commons Announcement: the Library has worked to make the Digital Commons Dataset collection easier to submit to.  If you are looking to upload your datasets, please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu. 

  • KSU HPC Events

    There will be another HPC Open Office Hour this Friday (3/10),  from 11-12 on Teams.  If you cannot make this live session and need help, please contact me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu and we can schedule when you are available.

     

    Two Sessions beginning next week for our “Supercomputing Researcher Spotlight Series”, see attached flyer.

    March 17 @ Noon: Dr. Milad Minooie will present on "Agendamelding and COVID: Research and Impact"


    March 24 @ Noon: Dr. Milad Minooie will present on “Agendamelding and COVID: Implementation and Demonstration"

    The recordings from the last two Friday workshops are now available:

    Dr. Philip Abidoye's session "Using Jupyter Notebook on HPC

    Dr. Philip Abidoye's session "Optimal Resource Allocation on HPC using CPU/GPU: A case study of Python for Machine Learning

     

    HPC Downtime: the physical move of the HPC is scheduled again for the entire week beginning May 1 (week of finals).   Please plan accordingly.  Contact hpc@kennesaw.edu  for questions or concerns.

     

    From Various Hosts

    Mar 16 Workshop Expanse: Data Management & File Systems 

    Mar 20 - 23 Nvidia GPU Technology Conference 

    Mar 22 Setting up a Scientific Software Project using GitLab: From ‘Zero’ to ‘Hero' 

    Mar 28 - 29 MemCon Memory systems conference - Mt View, CA

    You can find even more events and training at the ACCESS website at https://support.access-ci.org/events

    From MATLAB:

    MATLAB with Python for AI

    If you work in a cross functional team that uses both MATLAB and Python with a focus on AI, then this webinar is for you. We cover interoperability between MATLAB and Python in both directions with a focus...

    Session: 7 Mar 2023 at 8:00 PM EST

    Low-code AI with MATLAB

    This webinar will show you real-world examples how MATLAB makes AI easy and accessible with tools such as interactive apps generating MATLAB code. MATLAB provides AI capabilities similar to those of dedicated...

    Session: 8 Mar 2023 at 8:00 PM EST

    YouTube Livestream: The Power of Failing Early and Often When Designing Engineering Systems

    Why should someone want to fail earlier and often? Join us live as we discuss the power of failing early and often in simulation using model-based design. In this livestream, we will discuss the stages...

    Session: 9 Mar 2023 at 11:00 AM EST

    Model Predictive Control for Automated Driving

    Model Predictive Control (MPC) is a popular method for developing Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) such as adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, path following control, and automated parking....

    Session: 9 Mar 2023 at 1:00 PM EST
    Format: Online

    Miscellaneous

    KSU Digital Commons Announcement: the Library has worked to make the Digital Commons Dataset collection easier to submit to.  If you are looking to upload your datasets, please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu. 

     

  • KSU HPC Events

    Friday, 2/24 at Noon on Teams, Dr. Philip Abidoye will be presenting on ”Optimal Resource Allocation on HPC using CPU/GPU:A case study of Python for Machine Learning".   Join in live or look for the recording posted afterwards.


    Friday, 3/03 from 11-12 on Teams, Dr. Philip Abidoye will be presenting on “Seminar on using Jupyter Notebook on HPC”  Join in live or look for the recording later.


    HPC Downtime: the physical move of the HPC is scheduled again for the entire week beginning May 1 (week of finals).   Please plan accordingly.  Contact hpc@kennesaw.edu  for questions or concerns.
     

    Virtual KSU Office Hours:


    No KSU HPC Open Office Hour this week.  If you need help, reach out to me on Teams or email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu 

    From Various Hosts:

    Feb 25 - Mar 1, Symposium: Principles and Practice of Parallel Programming - Montreal
    Feb 28 - Mar 2, Conference: 2023 Energy HPC Conference - Houston
    Mar 28 - 29, Conference: MemCon Memory systems conference - Mt View, CA


    HPC Monthly Workshop: Machine Learning and Big Data

    The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center is pleased to present a Machine Learning and Big Data workshop, sponsored by ACCESS. 

    This workshop will focus on topics including big data analytics and machine learning with Spark, and deep learning using Tensorflow.

    This will be an IN PERSON event hosted by various satellite sites, there WILL NOT be a direct to desktop option for this event.  The satellite site list(subject to change) is as follows:

    Georgia Institute of Technology
    Georgia State University
    Registration
    Interested applicants must first have an ACCESS ID.  If you do not have an ACCESS ID, please visit this page to create one: ACCESS USER REGISTRATION

     

    I2I Scholarship Applications for Community Exchange 2023 Now Open

    The I2I scholarship is now accepting applications for emerging women IT professionals to attend the 2023 Internet2 Community Exchange being held May 8-11 in Atlanta, GA.  Applications and nominations are being accepted until Wednesday, March 1, at 5:00 p.m. CT. 

     

    Argonne Training Program on Extreme-Scale Computing 2023 call is open

    The annual Argonne Training Program on Extreme-Scale Computing (ATPESC) is set to take place July 30-August 11, 2023.  The call for applications is now open through March 1, 2023.  Submit your application for an opportunity to learn the tools and techniques needed to carry out computational science on the world's most powerful supercomputers. ATPESC participants will have access to DOE’s leadership-class systems at the ALCF, OLCF, and NERSC.

     

    From MATLAB:


    Using MATLAB with Python

    MATLAB provides flexible, two-way integration with many programming languages, including Python. This allows different teams to work together and use MATLAB algorithms within production software and IT...

    Sessions: 28 Feb 2023 at 4:30 AM EST | 28 Feb 2023 at 9:00 AM EST | 28 Feb 2023 at 2:00 PM EST

    Reduce Waste and Increase Efficiency with Process Optimization

    Do you spend a lot of time manually planning your production schedule, optimizing process recipes or minimizing energy consumption and waste? These tasks are not only tedious and occupy a significant amount...

    Session: 1 Mar 2023 at 8:00 AM EST

    Aerospace & Defence Forum part 2: From Systems of Systems to HW and SW Certification

    The need for advanced civil and defence systems has been brought into sharp focus. In civil, the drive for zero climate impact is driving development of advanced propulsion, autonomous systems, and urban...

    Session: 3 Mar 2023 at 4:00 AM EST

    MATLAB with Python for AI

    If you work in a cross functional team that uses both MATLAB and Python with a focus on AI, then this webinar is for you. We cover interoperability between MATLAB and Python in both directions with a focus...

    Session: 7 Mar 2023 at 8:00 PM EST
    Format: Online

     

  • Virtual KSU Office Hours:


    Tomorrow, 02/17/23 by 12:!5 or so,  there will be another KSU HPC Open Office Hour.  Philip and I will be available from 12-1 on Teams.  Philip is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Computer Science and has experience to help your project with coding and data analysis tools, especially with Python and MATLAB.  Join him with your questions or tasks you need to tackle.  If you can’t make it and need help, reach out to me on Teams or email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu or pabidoye@kennesaw.edu.


    Next week, in place of our Office Hour (March 24, 11AM to 12 PM), Philip will be presenting on “Optimal Resource Allocation on HPC using CPU/GPU:A case study of Python for Machine Learning”.   Join in, if you are curious about his findings on running his Python code on GPU vs CPU.

    News from KSU:


    HPC Downtime: all the delays have been resolved and the physical move of the HPC is back on the schedule again for the entire week beginning May 1 (week of finals).   Please plan accordingly.  Contact hpc@kennesaw.edu for questions or concerns.


    If you want to use Jupyter Notebook on the KSU HPC, be sure to check the article on the HPC Documentation site.

    From Various Hosts:

    Feb 25 - Mar 1
    Symposium
    Principles and Practice of Parallel Programming - Montreal
    Feb 28 - Mar 2
    Conference
    2023 Energy HPC Conference - Houston
    Mar 28 - 29
    Conference
    MemCon Memory systems conference - Mt View, CA


    I2I Scholarship Applications for Community Exchange 2023 Now Open

    The I2I scholarship is now accepting applications for emerging women IT professionals to attend the 2023 Internet2 Community Exchange being held May 8-11 in Atlanta, GA.  Applications and nominations are being accepted until Wednesday, March 1, at 5:00 p.m. CT. 

     

    Argonne Training Program on Extreme-Scale Computing 2023 call is open

    The annual Argonne Training Program on Extreme-Scale Computing (ATPESC) is set to take place July 30-August 11, 2023.  The call for applications is now open through March 1, 2023.  Submit your application for an opportunity to learn the tools and techniques needed to carry out computational science on the world's most powerful supercomputers. ATPESC participants will have access to DOE’s leadership-class systems at the ALCF, OLCF, and NERSC.


    From MATLAB:

    Easy Data Analysis Beyond Spreadsheets – Presented by MathWorks Australia

    Are you working with technical data and your spreadsheet is just not cutting it anymore? That could be too many rows or columns to deal with, or simply graphs that take way too long to plot. Join us for...

    Sessions: 19 Feb 2023, 8:00 PM EST | 30 Apr 2023, 10:00 PM EDT | 20 Aug 2023, 10:00 PM EDT | 5 Nov 2023, 8:00 PM EST

    Event Series: MATLAB Fundamentals Series – Presented by MathWorks Australia
    Engineering Collaboration – MATLAB With Python – Presented by MathWorks Australia

    Python is a general-purpose computing language that is used in some numerical computing areas, whilst MATLAB and Simulink, which are laser focussed on technical computing users, and are also extremely...

    Sessions: 20 Feb 2023, 8:00 PM EST | 1 May 2023, 10:00 PM EDT | 21 Aug 2023, 10:00 PM EDT | 6 Nov 2023, 8:00 PM EST


    Graphic Dynamic Systems Analysis and Design – Presented by MathWorks Australia

    There are lots of options to approximate a dynamic system, for example using spreadsheets or a low-level programming language to directly solve the equations. However, Simulink offers an easy and efficient...

    Sessions: 21 Feb 2023, 9:00 PM EST | 2 May 2023, 10:00 PM EDT | 22 Aug 2023, 10:00 PM EDT | 7 Nov 2023, 8:00 PM EST


    Miscellaneous

    KSU Digital Commons Announcement: the Library has worked to make the Digital Commons Dataset collection easier to submit to.  If you are looking to upload your datasets, please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu. 

    Need to give feedback to the Center for Research Computing, try our new form.

  • Virtual KSU Office Hours:


    Tomorrow, 02/10/23 at noon, will be another KSU HPC Open Office Hour.  Philip and I will be available from 12-1 on Teams.  Philip is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Computer Science and has experience to help your project with coding and data analysis tools, especially with Python and MATLAB.  Join him with your questions or tasks you need to tackle.  If you can’t make it and need help, reach out to me on Teams or email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu or pabidoye@kennesaw.edu.


    New on the KSU HPC:

    The article on “Setting Up A Conda Environment” on the HPC Docs site now includes variations for several packages: 
    General, TensorFlow, PyTorch, conda-forge and DeepLabCut


    There is a new article on “Using Jupyter Notebooks On The HPC” that describes how to use the power of the HPC from within a Jupyter environment.

     

    From Various Hosts:

    Feb 25 - Mar 1, Symposium, Principles and Practice of Parallel Programming - Montreal
    Feb 28 - Mar 2, Conference, 2023 Energy HPC Conference - Houston
    Mar 28 - 29, Conference, MemCon Memory systems conference - Mt View, CA

    From MATLAB:

    Low Code Data Analysis with MATLAB

    Learn how you can analyze and model data using interactive tools in MATLAB. Through live demonstrations and examples, you will see how you can solve many steps in a data analysis workflow without writing...

    Sessions: 14 Feb 2023, 4:30 AM EST | 14 Feb 2023, 9:00 AM EST | 14 Feb 2023, 2:00 PM EST

    Predictive Maintenance with MATLAB: An Engine Health Case Study

    Do you work with operational equipment that collects sensor data? In this webinar, we will showcase an aircraft engine health example to walk through how you can utilize that data for Predictive Maintenance,...

    Sessions: 15 Feb 2023, 4:30 AM EST | 15 Feb 2023, 9:00 AM EST | 15 Feb 2023, 2:00 PM EST

    Easy Data Analysis Beyond Spreadsheets – Presented by MathWorks Australia

    Are you working with technical data and your spreadsheet is just not cutting it anymore? That could be too many rows or columns to deal with, or simply graphs that take way too long to plot. Join us for...

    Sessions: 19 Feb 2023, 8:00 PM EST | 30 Apr 2023, 10:00 PM EDT | 20 Aug 2023, 10:00 PM EDT | 5 Nov 2023, 8:00 PM EST

    Part of the Event Series: MATLAB Fundamentals Series

    Engineering Collaboration – MATLAB With Python – Presented by MathWorks Australia

    Python is a general-purpose computing language that is used in some numerical computing areas, whilst MATLAB and Simulink, which are laser focussed on technical computing users, and are also extremely...

    Sessions: 20 Feb 2023, 8:00 PM EST | 1 May 2023, 10:00 PM EDT | 21 Aug 2023, 10:00 PM EDT | 6 Nov 2023, 8:00 PM EST

    Graphic Dynamic Systems Analysis and Design – Presented by MathWorks Australia

    There are lots of options to approximate a dynamic system, for example using spreadsheets or a low-level programming language to directly solve the equations. However, Simulink offers an easy and efficient...

    Sessions: 21 Feb 2023, 9:00 PM EST | 2 May 2023, 10:00 PM EDT | 22 Aug 2023, 10:00 PM EDT | 7 Nov 2023, 8:00 PM EST

    Miscellaneous

    KSU Digital Commons Announcement: the Library has worked to make the Digital Commons Dataset collection easier to submit to.  If you are looking to upload your datasets, please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu. 


    Need to give feedback to the Center for Research Computing, try our new form.

  • Virtual KSU HPC Office Hour

    Today, 02/03/23 at noon, will be another KSU HPC Open Office Hour.  Philip and I will be available from 12-1 on Teams.  Philip is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Computer Science and has experience to help your project with coding and data analysis tools, especially with Python and MATLAB.  Join him with your questions or tasks you need to tackle.  If you can’t make it and need help, reach out to me on Teams or email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu or pabidoye@kennesaw.edu.

    From ACCESS

    ACCESS Support would like to share with you our CSSN Community Engagement Program! This is an amazing opportunity for ALL (18+) students, faculty, and staff to receive travel funding ($750-$2500) to ANY domestic conference of your choosing!
    Flyer: CCEP Travel Flyer.pdf


    From Various Hosts

    Feb 25 - Mar 1, Symposium: Principles and Practice of Parallel Programming - Montreal
    Feb 28 - Mar 2, Conference: 2023 Energy HPC Conference - Houston
    Mar 20 - 23, Conference: Nvidia GPU Technology Conference - Online
    Mar 28 - 29, Conference: MemCon Memory systems conference - Mt View, CA

    From MATLAB

    Continuous Integration with MATLAB

    This seminar introduces the concept of Continuous Integration (CI) and how to use MATLAB in common CI servers and services. With continuous integration (CI), you can improve the quality of your code and...

    Session: 7 Feb 2023, 2:00 PM EST

    Modelling & simulation of radar signal processing applications with MATLAB

    Engineers working on signal processing for radar applications simulate systems at varying levels of abstraction and use a combination of methods to express their designs and ideas. This session looks at...

    Session: 8 Feb 2023, 4:30 AM EST

    Applying Artificial Intelligence for radar applications

    Artificial intelligence technology is advancing fast. The possibilities for engineers to apply AI for radar applications is unlimited. We will use some real-world applications for AI which are evident...

    Session: 9 Feb 2023, 4:30 AM EST

    When MATLAB algorithms leave their development environment

    You’ve reached an important milestone of your modelling work. You have created an application or a model that is ready to be shared with others, ready to deliver results as part of an automated process,...

    Sessions: 9 Feb 2023, 5:00 AM EST | 9 Feb 2023, 12:00 PM EST

     

     

     

     

  • From ACCESS:

    ACCESS Support would like to share with you our CSSN Community Engagement Program! This is an amazing opportunity for ALL (18+) students, faculty, and staff to receive travel funding ($750-$2500) to ANY domestic conference of your choosing!
    Flyer: CCEP Travel Flyer.pdf,Tom Boyle modified Less than a minute ago,


    From Various Hosts:

    Feb 25 - Mar 1, Symposium
    Principles and Practice of Parallel Programming - Montreal

    Feb 28 - Mar 2, Conference
    2023 Energy HPC Conference - Houston

    Mar 28 - 29, Conference
    MemCon Memory systems conference - Mt View, CA


    From MATLAB:

    Introduction to AI with MATLAB

    MathWorks is hosting a live webinar on the fundamentals of AI. We will be discussing how to incorporate AI into your project by understanding and implementing the steps of the AI workflow. We will show...

    Sessions: 31 Jan 2023, 9:00 AM EST | 31 Jan 2023, 2:00 PM EST

    Does Your Code Pass the Test? Try Unit Testing in MATLAB

    Would you like to develop software more efficiently and create higher quality results? Did you know that MATLAB includes test frameworks for authoring and running automated tests? By using these tests,...

    Session: 31 Jan 2023, 2:00 PM EST

    Weather Forecasting Models for the WiDS Datathon

    Please join MathWorks at this upcoming seminar on how you can use MATLAB to create regression models for the WiDS Datathon 2023. Whether you are new to MATLAB, want to see an example solution for the WiDS...

    Sessions: 2 Feb 2023, 10:00 AM EST | 8 Feb 2023, 3:30 PM EST | 14 Feb 2023, 1:00 PM EST | 15 Feb 2023, 12:00 AM EST

    Continuous Integration with MATLAB

    This seminar introduces the concept of Continuous Integration (CI) and how to use MATLAB in common CI servers and services. With continuous integration (CI), you can improve the quality of your code and...

    Session: 7 Feb 2023, 2:00 PM EST

    Modelling & simulation of radar signal processing applications with MATLAB

    Engineers working on signal processing for radar applications simulate systems at varying levels of abstraction and use a combination of methods to express their designs and ideas. This session looks at...

    Session: 8 Feb 2023, 4:30 AM EST

    Miscellaneous:

    While there hasn’t been too much in the way of workshops from ACCESS, the Pittsburgh Super Computing Group still maintains Training Videos from the XSEDE program.
    Check out their YouTube Channel at:https://www.youtube.com/c/XSEDETraining/featured
    Also, the XSEDE YouTube channel still has good content: https://www.youtube.com/c/XSEDETraining/featured


    KSU Digital Commons Announcement: the Library has worked to make the Digital Commons Dataset collection easier to submit to.  If you are looking to upload your datasets, please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu. 
     

     

  • Virtual Office Hours for KSU HPC Help

    This Friday, 01/06/23 at noon, will be the last KSU HPC Open Office Hour for the year.  Philip and I will be available from 12-1 on Teams.  Philip (pabidoye@kennesaw.edu) is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Computer Science and has experience to help your project with coding and data analysis tools, especially with Python and MATLAB.  Join him with your questions or tasks you need to tackle.  If you can’t make it on a Friday, feel free to reach out to me and we can schedule a session.

    Upcoming Events of Interest

    Jan 24, 2023, Webinar: Introduction to Simulink for System Modeling and Simulation
    Jan 31, 2023, Webinar: Introduction to AI with MATLAB
    Feb 25 - Mar 1, Symposium: Principles and Practice of Parallel Programming - Montreal
    Feb 28 - Mar 2, Conference: 2023 Energy HPC Conference - Houston
    Mar 28 - 29, Conference: MemCon  Memory systems conference - Mt. View

    Webinars From MATLAB in January

    Introduction to Simulink for System Modeling and Simulation

    In this session you will learn the basics of Simulink for modeling, simulating, and analyzing multidomain dynamical systems. You will see how to build simulation models using Simulink’s block diagramming...

    Sessions: 24 Jan 2023, 4:30 AM EST | 24 Jan 2023, 9:00 AM EST | 24 Jan 2023, 2:00 PM EST


    Modeling Electrical Power Systems in Simscape Electrical

    In this webinar, MathWorks will demonstrate modeling and simulation of electrical power systems using Simscape Electrical™. The presentation is developed for students and educators looking to understand...

    Sessions: 25 Jan 2023, 4:30 AM EST | 25 Jan 2023, 9:00 AM EST | 25 Jan 2023, 2:00 PM EST


    YouTube Livestream: Sharing Simulink Simulations as Apps and Software Components

    Do you want to know how to build a standalone desktop App or Web App from your Simulink model, so that you can share your simulation with a larger audience? Or are you looking to create a software component...

    Session: 26 Jan 2023, 11:00 AM EST


    Introduction to AI with MATLAB

    MathWorks is hosting a live webinar on the fundamentals of AI. We will be discussing how to incorporate AI into your project by understanding and implementing the steps of the AI workflow. We will show...

    Sessions: 31 Jan 2023, 9:00 AM EST | 31 Jan 2023, 2:00 PM EST


    Does Your Code Pass the Test? Try Unit Testing in MATLAB

    Would you like to develop software more efficiently and create higher quality results? Did you know that MATLAB includes test frameworks for authoring and running automated tests? By using these tests,...

    Session: 31 Jan 2023, 2:00 PM EST

    The R2023a prerelease new features include:
    MATLAB
    pivot Function: Summarize tabular data in pivot table
    New Live Editor Tasks: Import data in live scripts; interactively find and remove periodic and polynomial trends from data
    Code Analyzer App and fix Function: Find and fix code issues interactively and programmatically


    Simulink
    Simulation Debugging: Investigate model issues that occur within a simulation time step
    Python Importer: Integrate Python functions with Simulink for simulation
    Signal logging: Log variable-size signals in a non-virtual bus or an array of buses

     

  • Virtual KSU Office Hours:

    This Friday, 12/16/22 at noon, will be the last KSU HPC Open Office Hour for the year.  Philip and I will be available from 12-1 on Teams.  Philip is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Computer Science and has experience to help your project with coding and data analysis tools, especially with Python and MATLAB.  Join him with your questions or tasks you need to tackle.  If you can’t make it and need help, reach out to me on Teams or email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu or pabidoye@kennesaw.edu.


    From MATLAB and Other Hosts:

    With the end of the year, there aren’t too many events going on, but here is the latest.

    Jan 24, 2023 - MATLAB Webinar: Introduction to Simulink for System Modeling and Simulation

    Jan 31, 2023 - MATLAB Webinar: Introduction to AI with MATLAB

    Feb 25 - Mar 1 - Symposium: Principles and Practice of Parallel Programming - Montreal

    Feb 28 - Mar 2 - Conference: 2023 Energy HPC Conference - Houston

    While there hasn’t been too much in the way of workshops from ACCESS, the Pittsburgh Super Computing Group still maintains Training Videos from the XSEDE program.
    Check out their YouTube Channel at:https://www.youtube.com/c/XSEDETraining/featured
    Also, the XSEDE YouTube channel still has good content: https://www.youtube.com/c/XSEDETraining/featured

    KSU Digital Commons Announcement: the Library has worked to make the Digital Commons Dataset collection easier to submit to.  If you are looking to upload your datasets, please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu. 

  • Virtual KSU Office Hours:

    Friday, 12/09/22 at noon, Philip and I will be hosting another KSU HPC Open Office Hour from 12-1 on Teams.  Philip is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Computer Science and has experience to help your project with coding and data analysis tools, especially with Python and MATLAB.  Join him with your questions or tasks you need to tackle.  If you can’t make it and need help, reach out to me on Teams or email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu or pabidoye@kennesaw.edu.


    From Various Hosts:

    Dec 13: Webinar - Introduction to Fuzzy Logic with MATLAB and Simulink
    Dec 15: Webinar - Design and Simulate Scenarios for Automated Driving Applications
    Jan 25, 2023: Webinar - Introduction to Simulink for System Modeling and Simulation
    Feb 25 - Mar 1: Symposium - Principles and Practice of Parallel Programming - Montreal
    Feb 28 - Mar 2: Conference -- 2023 Energy HPC Conference - Houston
     

    While there hasn’t been too much in the way of workshops from ACCESS, the Pittsburgh Super Computing Group still maintains Training Videos from the XSEDE program.  Check out their YouTube Channel at:https://www.youtube.com/c/XSEDETraining/featured  
     Also, the XSEDE YouTube channel still has good content: https://www.youtube.com/c/XSEDETraining/featured

    KSU Digital Commons Announcement: the Library has worked to make the Digital Commons Dataset collection easier to submit to.  If you are looking to upload your datasets, please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu. 
     

  • Friday, 12/02/22 at noon, Philip and I will be hosting another KSU HPC Open Office Hour from 12-1 on Teams.  Philip is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Computer Science and has experience to help your project with coding and data analysis tools, especially with Python and MATLAB.  Join him with your questions or tasks you need to tackle.  If you can’t make it and need help, reach out to me on Teams or email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu or pabidoye@kennesaw.edu.


    From Various Hosts:

    Dec 7-8, 2022: The AI Summit - New York

    Feb 25 - Mar 1, 2023: Principles and Practice of Parallel Programming - Montreal

    Feb 28 - Mar 2, 2023: 2023 Energy HPC Conference - Houston

     

    Live Events From MATLAB

    Batch Process Optimization with MATLAB

    In pharmaceutical production, the design space is usually constructed from the data collected from many time-consuming and expensive experiments where parameters are varied one-at-a-time, while keeping...
    Session: 6 Dec 2022, 9:00 AM EST

    Anomaly Detection using Image Processing and Deep Learning

    This session demonstrates an end-to-end MATLAB workflow for developing anomaly detection models in the context of a pill production quality control data set comprising a large collection of images. The... Session: 7 Dec 2022, 9:00 AM EST


    Develop AUTOSAR Classic & Adaptive Applications with Model-Based Design

    Model-Based Design affords many advantages over traditional development by offering high-level design abstractions and automatic generation of production code. Modeling and code generation for AUTOSAR...
    Sessions: 13 Dec 2022, 4:30 AM EST | 13 Dec 2022, 9:00 AM EST | 13 Dec 2022, 2:00 PM EST

    Introduction to Fuzzy Logic with MATLAB and Simulink

    In this webinar you will learn the benefits of using fuzzy logic, its application areas, and, how to design fuzzy inference systems using Fuzzy Logic Toolbox. This webinar will cover the newer capabilities...
    Sessions: 14 Dec 2022, 4:30 AM EST | 14 Dec 2022, 9:00 AM EST | 14 Dec 2022, 2:00 PM EST

    Design and Simulate Scenarios for Automated Driving Applications

    In this session, you will learn how to author scenarios for simulation on realistic road networks designed in RoadRunner. You can use this workflow to simulate autonomous driving with built-in agents as...
    Sessions: 15 Dec 2022, 4:30 AM EST | 15 Dec 2022, 9:00 AM EST | 15 Dec 2022, 2:00 PM EST

    KSU Digital Commons Announcement: the Library has worked to make the Digital Commons Dataset collection easier to submit to.  If you are looking to upload your datasets, please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu.  

  • Virtual KSU Office Hours:

    Friday, 11/11/22 at noon, Philip will be hosting another KSU HPC Open Office Hour from 12-1 on Teams.  Philip is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Computer Science and has experience to help with coding and data analysis tools, especially with Python and MATLAB.  Join him with your questions or tasks you need to tackle.  If you can’t make it and need help, reach out to me on Teams or email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu or pabidoye@kennesaw.edu.


    From Various Hosts:

    While there hasn’t been too much in the way of workshops from ACCESS, the Pittsburgh Super Computing Group still maintains Training Videos from the XSEDE program.   Check out their YouTube Channel at: https://www.youtube.com/c/XSEDETraining/featured

    With SuperComputing going on next week, there are very few competing conferences or training going on.  Check out the details about SC22 in Dallas at: https://sc22.supercomputing.org/


    Live Events From MATLAB

    Developing and Operationalizing AI for Electric Vehicles

    A significant change in the roles that computers play in both our personal and professional life is being driven by AI, or artificial intelligence. The majority of technical businesses anticipate that...

    Session: 11 Nov 2022, 4:30 AM EST

    Data-Driven Modeling: Nonlinear System Identification using AI Techniques

    In this webinar we will provide a brief overview of System Identification toolbox and focus on identifying nonlinear models to capture nonlinear system dynamics. You will learn how to create models of...

    Sessions: 14 Nov 2022, 4:30 AM EST | 14 Nov 2022, 9:00 AM EST | 14 Nov 2022, 2:00 PM EST

    Hardware-Aware, Model-Based Software Development to Speed Up Embedded Designs

    The complexity of Embedded Software Applications is significantly increasing, with the number of lines of code in today’s systems, such as cars, industrial machinery, airplanes, trains, and medical devices,...

    Sessions: 15 Nov 2022, 9:00 AM EST | 15 Nov 2022, 2:00 PM EST

    Applying AI to Control Development, Code Generation for AI Models

    In this webinar you will learn about how to apply AI for control system design, using simulation and data driven techniques such as reinforcement learning to develop controls for highly non-linear systems....

    Session: 15 Nov 2022, 1:00 PM EST

    Introduction to MATLAB

    Are you working with engineering or scientific data? Trying to develop an algorithm or model, create a report, or just gain some insights? Join us for this session where we will show how to use the high-level...

    Session: 20 Nov 2022, 8:00 PM EST

    What’s New in MATLAB

    Did you know that MathWorks has thousands of developers working across all our products?  And that we release regular maintenance packages as well as two major releases per year?  Drop into one of these...

    Session: 21 Nov 2022, 8:00 PM EST

    KSU Digital Commons Announcement: the Library has worked to make the Digital Commons Dataset collection easier to submit to.  If you are looking to upload your datasets, please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu. 

  • Virtual KSU Office Hours:

    Friday, 11/04/22 at noon, Philip and I will be hosting another KSU HPC Open Office Hour from 12-1 on Teams.  Philip is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Computer Science and has experience to help with coding and data analysis tools, especially with Python and MATLAB.  Join him with your questions or tasks you need to tackle.  If you can’t make it and need help, reach out to me on Teams or email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu or pabidoye@kennesaw.edu.


    From Various Hosts:

    November 7, ACCESS: GPU Programming Using OpenACC
    November 8, Global Summit on Future of Materials Science - Las Vegas, NV
    November 9 - 10, RE.WORK Deep Learning Summit - Toronto, Canada
    November 13-18, SC22 SuperComputing Conference - Dallas, TX

    Live Events From MATLAB

    Model-Based Design for Multicore Embedded Targets

    The design of data processing systems is suffering from a huge complexity increase in many industries. On the application side, for instance, trends such as autonomy, or the increasing challenges to guarantee...

    Session: 8 Nov 2022, 10:00 AM EST

    Developing and Deploying Digital Health Applications on the Cloud

    With MATLAB and Simulink, you can design, develop, simulate, and deploy patient monitoring devices and Software as a Medical Device (SaMD) applications in the cloud at scale while complying with global...

    Session: 8 Nov 2022, 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM EST

    HVAC Modeling & Simulation with Simulink and Simscape

    This webinar shows how Simulink and Simscape can be used to model HVAC systems for analyzing different system architectures, predicting and optimizing energy consumption and operational costs, dimensioning...

    Session: 8 Nov 2022, 2:00 PM EST

    AI and the Power of Simulation

    Simulation has become an integral part of product development in almost all industries and is reaching new levels with trends like Digital Twins. How can the power of simulation be combined with the impressive...

    Session: 10 Nov 2022, 4:30 AM EST

    YouTube Livestream: Signal Processing with MATLAB and Simulink

    Join us live as Akash and Adam talk about how MATLAB and Simulink can be used for signal processing. In this stream we will show you how to create your own smart speaker in Simulink! We will touch upon...

    Session: 10 Nov 2022, 11:00 AM EST

    Developing and Deploying AI Applications

    In this webinar we will discuss important aspects around deploying AI applications. In order to deliver maximum value from AI, it is important to have a plan to deploy your work and to deal with the inevitable...

    Session: 10 Nov 2022, 1:00 PM EST


    KSU Digital Commons Announcement: the Library has worked to make the Digital Commons Dataset collection easier to submit to.  If you are looking to upload your datasets, please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu. 
     

     

  • Virtual KSU Office Hours:

    Friday, 10/28/22 at noon, Philip will be hosting another KSU HPC Open Office Hour from 12-1 on Teams.  Philip is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Computer Science and has experience to help with coding and data analysis tools, especially with Python and MATLAB.  Join him with your questions or tasks you need to tackle.  If you can’t make it and need help, reach out to me on Teams or email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu or pabidoye@kennesaw.edu.


    From Various Hosts:

    November 2-3, 2022 Virtual Maple Conference
    November 7, ACCESS: GPU Programming Using OpenACC
    November 8, Global Summit on Future of Materials Science - Las Vegas, NV
    November 9 - 10, RE.WORK Deep Learning Summit - Toronto, Canada
    November 13-18, SC22 SuperComputing Conference - Dallas, TX

    Live Events From MATLAB

    MathWorks Minidrone Competition Europe, Middle East, and Africa 2022: Virtual Final

    The MathWorks Minidrone Competition introduces participants to Model-Based Design using Simulink. The participants design a line follower algorithm for a minidrone. In this session, the top performing..., Session: 28 Oct 2022, 7:00 AM EDT

    Digital Accessibility in Engineering and Science

    MathWorks, in partnership with Helen Keller Services and Oscar-nominated director Doug Roland’s Feeling Through Studio, invites you to attend a panel discussion on improving the public understanding of..., Session: 1 Nov 2022, 1:00 PM EDT

    Developing and Operationalizing AI for Electric Vehicles

    A significant change in the roles that computers play in both our personal and professional life is being driven by AI, or artificial intelligence. The majority of technical businesses anticipate that..., Session: 3 Nov 2022, 4:30 AM EDT

    Overview and Trends of AI Applications in Automotive Engineering

    In this webinar we will discuss recent trends in the adoption of AI in Automotive Engineering. We will cover key applications where AI is being used, including the use of AI to augment existing design..., Session: 3 Nov 2022, 1:00 PM EDT

  • Virtual KSU Office Hours:

    Friday, 10/21/22 at noon, Philip will be hosting another KSU HPC Open Office Hour from 12-1 on Teams.  Philip is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Computer Science and has experience to help with coding and data analysis tools, especially with Python and MATLAB.  Join him with your questions or tasks you need to tackle.  If you can’t make it and need help, reach out to me on Teams or email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu or pabidoye@kennesaw.edu.

    From Various Hosts:

    November 2-3, Conference, 2022 Virtual Maple Conference
    November 7, Workshop, ACCESS: GPU Programming Using OpenACC
    November 8, Conference, Global Summit on Future of Materials Science - Las Vegas, NV
    November 9 - 10, Conference, RE.WORK Deep Learning Summit - Toronto, Canada
    November 13-18, Conference, SC22 SuperComputing Conference - Dallas, TX

    Live Events from MATLAB:

    Introduction to Simulink for System Modeling and Simulation

    In this session you will learn the basics of Simulink for modeling, simulating, and analyzing multidomain dynamical systems. You will see how to build simulation models using Simulink’s block diagramming...

    Sessions: 21 Oct 2022, 5:30 AM EDT | 21 Oct 2022, 9:00 AM EDT | 21 Oct 2022, 2:00 PM EDT

    Condition monitoring and anomaly detection: Workflow, techniques, and case study

    Many industries are looking to AI to increase efficiency, gain new insights, and improve product quality by automating production process monitoring and optimization of maintenance scheduling. Even when...

    Session: 26 Oct 2022, 4:00 AM EDT

    Design, Simulate and Deploy Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)

    Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are impacting many industries including transportation, delivery, agriculture, and surveillance. MATLAB® and Simulink® are playing an important role by making it easy for...

    Session: 26 Oct 2022, 3:00 PM EDT

    Digital Engineering for System of Systems

    The added complexity in new aerospace and defence programs challenges traditional ways of design and collaboration. One of the main drivers of this complexity increase is the amount of data generated,...

    Session: 26 Oct 2022, 9:00 PM EDT

    KSU Digital Commons Announcement: the Library has worked to make the Digital Commons Dataset collection easier to submit to.  If you are looking to upload your datasets, please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu. 


    These types of events are now posted on the Research Computing Listserv page.  If you know of an event I should be sharing, please send it to me.

  • NSF Virtual Office Hour: 

    The Division of Biological Infrastructure Program Officers will introduce the programs: Innovation-Bioinformatics and Capacity-Cyberinfrastructure and discuss relevant programs and solicitations in other Directorates on these topics.  Tuesday, October 18, 3-4 ET  Registration Link

    Virtual KSU Office Hours:

    Friday, 10/014/22 at noon, we will be hosting another KSU HPC Open Office Hour from 12-1 on Teams.   I will be joined again by Dr. Philip Abidoye.   Philip is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Computer Science and has experience to help with coding and data analysis tools, especially with Python and MATLAB.  Join us with your questions or tasks you need to tackle.  If you can’t make it and need help, reach out to me on Teams or email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu or pabidoye@kennesaw.edu.

    From Various Hosts:

    Oct 18 - NSF CyberSecurity Summit
    November 2 - SC22 SuperComputing Conference - Dallas, TX
    November 8 - 2022 Virtual Maple Conference
    November 13 - Global Summit on Future of Materials Science

    Live Events from MATLAB:

    Introduction to AI with MATLAB

    MathWorks is hosting a live webinar on the fundamentals of AI. We will be discussing how to incorporate AI into your project by understanding and implementing the steps of the AI workflow. We will show...
    Sessions: 18 Oct 2022, 9:00 AM EDT | 18 Oct 2022, 2:00 PM EDT

    Explainable AI (XAI) for medical applications

    In recent years, artificial intelligence (AI) has shown great promise in medicine and medical device applications. However, interpretability (or in deep learning, “Explainable AI”) requirements make AI...
    Session: 18 Oct 2022, 9:00 AM EDT

    Rapid Prototyping and Testing for Medical Device Development

    Are you prototyping complex algorithms for medical devices? Engineers often prototype and test their initial designs on embedded evaluation boards, or low-cost prototyping hardware. Testing these algorithms...
    Session: 18 Oct 2022, 1:00 PM EDT

    mmWave board and antenna design with MATLAB

    Learn about new workflows for RF and mmWave board design including antennas. In this presentation, we will introduce RF PCB Toolbox for the design of planar distributed components such as feed and matching...
    Session: 18 Oct 2022, 2:00 PM EDT

  • XSEDE to ACCESS news: beginning 9/16/2022 - 10/15/2022, ACCESS is accepting proposals for large-scale projects.
     Find out more at: https://allocations.access-ci.org/prepare-requests-overview

    Virtual Office Hours:
    Friday, 10/07/22 at noon, we will be hosting another KSU HPC Open Office Hour from 12-1 on Teams.   I will be joined again by Dr. Philip Abidoye.   Philip is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Computer Science and has experience to help with coding and data analysis tools, especially with Python and MATLAB.  Join us with your questions or tasks you need to tackle.  If you can’t make it and need help, reach out to me on Teams or email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu or pabidoye@kennesaw.edu.


    From Various Hosts:

    October 10-11 - Conference - Parallelism in Architecture, Engineering & Computing Techniques
    October 11 - 12 - Conference - MathWorks Finance Conference 2022
    October 18-20 - Conference - NSF CyberSecurity Summit
    November 13-18 - Conferene - SC22 SuperComputing Conference - Dallas, TX
    November 2-3 - Conference - 2022 Virtual Maple Conference
    November 8 - Conference - Global Summit on Future of Materials Science

    Live Events From MATLAB:

    MathWorks Finance Conference 2022 (Online)

    The MathWorks Finance Conference 2022 brings together industry professionals to showcase MathWorks tools in real-world industry use cases, and offers practitioner advice through live presentations, Q&A,...
    Sessions: 11 Oct 2022, 8:30 AM EDT | 12 Oct 2022, 8:30 AM EDT

    Accelerate A-SPICE compliance with Model-Based Design - Part 1/2 (Systems Engineering Processes)

    This webinar is the first part of a two-parts series on using Model-Based Design to achieve compliance with Automotive SPICE. This part focuses on Systems Engineering Processes. Automotive SPICE allows...
    Session: 12 Oct 2022, 1:30 AM EDT

    Verification and Validation for AI Systems

    Artificial intelligence has successfully been used to solve complex problems where traditional methods have failed. However, there is a trade-off between predictive power and explainability of the methods...
    Session: 12 Oct 2022, 9:00 PM EDT

    Accelerate A-SPICE compliance with Model Based Design - Part 2/2 (Software Engineering Processes)

    This webinar is the second part of a two-parts series on using Model-Based Design to achieve compliance with Automotive SPICE. This part focuses on Software Engineering Processes. Automotive SPICE allows...Session: 13 Oct 2022, 1:30 AM EDT

    YouTube Livestream: Simulink Basics

    Simulink is a block diagram environment used to design systems with multidomain models, simulate before moving to hardware, and deploy without writing code. In this livestream, Sam and Nishan will build...Session: 13 Oct 2022, 11:00 AM EDT

    ROS, Sensor Fusion and Navigation for Autonomous Systems

    MATLAB and Simulink can coexist with your ROS-based workflow via desktop prototyping, deployment of standalone ROS nodes. In this talk, we will introduce how to design the ROS-based applications in MATLAB...Session: 13 Oct 2022, 3:00 PM EDT


    KSU Digital Commons Announcement: the Library has worked to make the Digital Commons Dataset collection easier to submit to.  If you are looking to upload your datasets, please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu. 

     

  • Free eight-week virtual training for Students (undergraduate and graduates) entitled “ALCF Intro to AI-driven Science on Supercomputers.”  This webinar includes sessions on Neural Networks in Python and Tensorflow, Parallel AI training, Large Scale Training and an intro to using the ThetaGPU Supercomputer. 

    KSU Digital Commons Announcement: the Library has worked to make the Digital Commons Dataset collection easier to submit to.  If you are looking to upload your datasets, please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu. 

    Virtual Office Hours:

    Friday, 9/30/22 at noon, we will be hosting another KSU HPC Open Office Hour from 12-1 on Teams.   I will be joined again by Dr. Philip Abidoye.   Philip is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Computer Science and has experience to help with coding and data analysis tools, especially with Python and MATLAB.  Join us with your questions or tasks you need to tackle.  If you can’t make it and need help, reach out to me on Teams or email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu or pabidoye@kennesaw.edu.


    From Various Hosts:

    October 10-11, Parallelism in Architecture, Engineering & Computing Techniques
    October 11 - 12, MathWorks Finance Conference 2022
    October 18-20, NSF CyberSecurity Summit
    November 13-18, SC22 SuperComputing Conference - Dallas, TX
    November 2-3, 2022 Virtual Maple Conference
    November 8, Global Summit on Future of Materials Science

    Live Events From MATLAB:

    Machine Learning for the Edge – Model Compression and Deployment

    AI is no longer limited to powerful computing environments such as GPUs or high-end CPUs and is often integrated into systems with limited resources like patient monitoring, diagnostic systems in vehicles,...
    Session: 4 Oct 2022, 4:00 AM EDT

    Accelerate A-SPICE compliance with Model Based Design - Part 2/2 (Software Engineering Processes)

    This webinar is the second part of a two-parts series on using Model-Based Design to achieve compliance with Automotive SPICE. This part focuses on Software Engineering Processes. Automotive SPICE allows...
    Session: 5 Oct 2022, 10:00 AM EDT

    Radio Prototyping for Aerospace and Defense FPGAs

    In this webinar, you will learn about new MATLAB and Simulink capabilities for deploying, prototyping, and testing wireless communications systems for aerospace and defense applications. We will demonstrate...
    Session: 6 Oct 2022, 1:00 PM EDT

  • Free eight-week virtual training for Students (undergraduate and graduates) entitled “ALCF Intro to AI-driven Science on Supercomputers.”  This webinar includes sessions on Neural Networks in Python and Tensorflow, Parallel AI training, Large Scale Training and an intro to using the ThetaGPU Supercomputer. 

    KSU Digital Commons Announcement: the Library has worked to make the Digital Commons Dataset collection easier to submit to.  If you are looking to upload your datasets, please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu. 

    Virtual Office Hours:

    Friday, 9/23/22 at noon, we will be hosting another KSU HPC Open Office Hour from 12-1 on Teams.   I will be joined again by Dr. Philip Abidoye.   Philip is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Computer Science and has experience to help with coding and data analysis tools, especially with Python and MATLAB.  Join us with your questions or tasks you need to tackle.  If you can’t make it and need help, reach out to me on Teams or email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu or pabidoye@kennesaw.edu.

    From Various Hosts:

    Live Events From MATLAB:

    Accelerating Motor Control Development with Embedded Coder Support for STM32

    In this webinar, MathWorks will demonstrate the capabilities enabled by STM32 support from Embedded Coder. Attendees will see how to use a model for simulation and tuning of an FOC PMSM motor control algorithm,...
    Sessions: 27 Sep 2022, 5:30 AM EDT | 27 Sep 2022, 9:00 AM EDT | 27 Sep 2022, 2:00 PM EDT

    DDR5 Signal Integrity Analysis with MATLAB

    This webinar will show you some of the options you have for signal integrity analysis of DDR5 systems in MATLAB using the Parallel Link Design app that is part of Signal Integrity Toolbox. Topics covered...
    Session: 27 Sep 2022, 2:00 PM EDT

    Identifying Motor Faults using Machine Learning for Predictive Maintenance

    Do you want to identify faults in equipment using sensor data? In this webinar, you will learn how to build data-driven fault detection algorithms for induction motors – even if you aren’t a machine learning...
    Sessions: 28 Sep 2022, 5:30 AM EDT | 28 Sep 2022, 9:00 AM EDT | 28 Sep 2022, 2:00 PM EDT

    Introduction to deep learning for medical image analysis

    AI techniques such as deep learning are increasingly seen as powerful tools to address many complex problems in pathology and radiology workflows involving image segmentation and classification. MathWorks...
    Session: 28 Sep 2022, 9:00 AM EDT

    Accelerate A-SPICE compliance with Model-Based Design - Part 1/2 (Systems Engineering Processes)

    This webinar is the first part of a two-parts series on using Model-Based Design to achieve compliance with Automotive SPICE. This part focuses on Systems Engineering Processes. Automotive SPICE allows...
    Session: 28 Sep 2022, 10:00 AM EDT

    Medical Image Analysis and AI Workflows in MATLAB

    Medical images come from multiple sources such as MRI, CT, X-ray, ultrasound, and PET/SPECT. The challenge is to visualize and analyze this multi-domain image data to extract clinically meaningful information...
    Sessions: 29 Sep 2022, 5:30 AM EDT | 29 Sep 2022, 9:00 AM EDT | 29 Sep 2022, 2:00 PM EDT

    Waveform Testing with USRPs and Other SDRs

    In this webinar, we will discuss a range of use cases for waveform testing, including desktop prototyping of radios.  We will show how MathWorks tools enable over-the-air testing over a broad range of...
    Session: 29 Sep 2022, 2:00 PM EDT

  • Free eight-week virtual training for Students (undergraduate and graduates) entitled “ALCF Intro to AI-driven Science on Supercomputers.”  This webinar includes sessions on Neural Networks in Python and Tensorflow, Parallel AI training, Large Scale Training and an intro to using the ThetaGPU Supercomputer. 

    KSU Digital Commons Announcement: the Library has worked to make the Digital Commons Dataset collection easier to submit to.  If you are looking to upload your datasets, please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu. 

    Virtual Office Hours:

    Friday, 9/09/22 at noon, we will be hosting another KSU HPC Open Office Hour from 12-1 on Teams.   I will be joined again by Dr. Philip Abidoye.   Philip is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Computer Science and has experience to help with coding and data analysis tools, especially with Python and MATLAB.  Join us with your questions or tasks you need to tackle.  If you can’t make it and need help, reach out to me on Teams or email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu or pabidoye@kennesaw.edu.

    From Various Hosts:

    September 18-23, Conference
    IEEE Quantum Week 2022 - Broomfield, OH

    October 11 - 12, Conference,
    MathWorks Finance Conference 2022

    October 18-20, Trusted CI
    NSF CyberSecurity Summit

    November 13-18, Conferene
    SC22 SuperComputing Conference - Dallas, TX

    Live Events From MATLAB:
    System Modelling & Simulation of an Electric Two-Wheeler: A Journey from Virtual Prototyping to Production
    Designing a 2-W EV for optimum range and performance requires careful consideration of powertrain component sizing such as batteries and motors, their placement on the vehicle for improved ride & handling,… Session: 20 Sept 2022, 1:30 AM EDT

    AI with Model-Based Design: Virtual Sensor Modeling
    Virtual sensor modeling is a resourceful technique that may be used to mimic the behavior of a physical sensor. Developing a virtual sensor (also known as soft sensor) can help in situations when the signal… Sessions: 20 Sept 2022, 5:30 AM EDT | 20 Sept 2022, 9:00 AM EDT | 20 Sept 2022, 2:00 PM EDT

    Beyond Static Models: Verification-Based Digital Engineering
    The added complexity of new aerospace and defense programs challenges traditional methods of design and collaboration between government and industry. Guaranteeing a “comprehensive digital thread” is crucial… Session: 20 Sept 2022, 1:00 PM EDT

    Addressing Challenges Involved in EV Battery Modelling, its Thermal Analysis and BMS Design
    Battery models have become an indispensable tool for the design of battery-powered systems. Their uses include battery characterization, state-of-charge (SOC) and state-of-health (SOH) estimation, algorithm… Session: 21 Sept 2022, 1:30 AM EDT

    Formalize and Validate Requirements
    Incomplete and inconsistent requirements cause errors in the design phase that become exponentially more expensive to fix over time. Engineers can save time and money by formalizing requirements to validate… Sessions: 21 Sept 2022, 5:30 AM EDT | 21 Sept 2022, 9:00 AM EDT | 21 Sept 2022, 2:00 PM EDT

    Designing Motor Control Algorithms for Optimum Performance and Efficient Operation of an Electric Two-Wheeler
    With the advent of electrification in the 2-W industry, motor simulation and motor control design have grown significantly. Speed, torque, and other performance characteristics are regulated by motor control… Session: 22 Sept 2022, 1:30 AM EDT

    Artificial Intelligence: How to Upskill and Prepare Future Engineers
    Artificial Intelligence (AI) is driving a massive change in the way engineers, scientists, and programmers develop and improve products and services. All engineering fields today use AI in one form or… Sessions: 22 Sept 2022, 5:30 AM EDT | 22 Sept 2022, 9:00 AM EDT | 22 Sept 2022, 2:00 PM EDT

    YouTube Livestream: What is O-RAN & How to Implement It
    In this session, we will talk about the open radio access network (O-RAN) technology.  We review its specifications and discuss the role of Radio Unit (RU) and Distributed Unit (DU) components in the overall… Session: 22 Sept 2022, 11:00 AM EDT

    Antenna to Bits: Modeling the Full Transceiver Chain
    In this webinar, you will learn about the features and capabilities in MATLAB and Simulink for the design and modeling of its full transceiver chain, from antenna to bits, of a radar or wireless communications… Session: 22 Sept 2022, 2:00 PM EDT
      
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  • Free eight-week virtual training for Students (undergraduate and graduates) entitled “ALCF Intro to AI-driven Science on Supercomputers.”  This webinar includes sessions on Neural Networks in Python and Tensorflow, Parallel AI training, Large Scale Training and an intro to using the ThetaGPU Supercomputer. 

    KSU Digital Commons Announcement: the Library has worked to make the Digital Commons Dataset collection easier to submit to.  If you are looking to upload your datasets, please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu. 

    Virtual Office Hours:

    Friday, 9/09/22 at noon, we will be hosting another KSU HPC Open Office Hour from 12-1 on Teams.   I will be joined by Dr. Philip Abidoye.   Philip is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Computer Science and has experience to help with coding and data analysis tools, especially with Python and MATLAB.  Join us with your questions or tasks you need to tackle.  If you can’t make it and need help, reach out to me on Teams or email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu or pabidoye@kennesaw.edu.

    From Various Hosts:

    September 13-15 - AI Hardware Summit - Santa Clara, CA

    September 18-23 - IEEE Quantum Week 2022 - Broomfield, OH

    October 18-20 - NSF CyberSecurity Summit

    November 13-18 - SC22 SuperComputing Conference - Dallas, TX


    From MATLAB OnDemand (pre-recorded) webinars:

    Introduction to MATLABLearn how MATLAB is used to solve engineering and scientific problems. See the product demonstrated on a typical example.

    Empower Your Robots with AI Using MATLAB
    MATLAB and Simulink offer various Deep Learning and Reinforcement Learning tools for perception and motion control in autonomous robotics applications. MathWorks engineers demonstrate how to use AI

    Using MATLAB with Python
    MATLAB provides flexible, two-way integration with many programming languages, including Python. This webinar will cover how to call MATLAB from Python and how to call Python libraries from MATLAB.

    Live Events From MATLAB:

    Econometrics with MATLAB
    How do you prepare time series data and quickly test different models of fits? Ensuring data is reliable and clean, converting the non-stationary data to proper stationary data, testing different models... - Session: 13 Sep 2022, 10:00 AM EDT

    Automatic Scaling Algorithms in MATLAB on GPU for Development and Deployment

    In this session we will learn how to generate CUDA code automatically from MATLAB to run on NVIDIA desktop and embedded GPUs. MATLAB is the ideal environment for exploring, developing and prototyping algorithms.... - Session: 13 Sep 2022, 1:00 PM EDT

    Scenario Modeling and RF Propagation for Aerospace and Defense Applications
    In this webinar, you will learn about new capabilities in MATLAB for modeling RF propagation channels and scenarios. You will learn how easy it is in MATLAB, to visualize wireless scenarios and model RF... - Session: 15 Sep 2022, 1:00 PM EDT

    AI with Model-Based Design: Virtual Sensor Modeling
    Virtual sensor modeling is a resourceful technique that may be used to mimic the behavior of a physical sensor. Developing a virtual sensor (also known as soft sensor) can help in situations when the signal... - Sessions: 20 Sep 2022, 5:30 AM EDT | 20 Sep 2022, 9:00 AM EDT | 20 Sep 2022, 2:00 PM EDT

    Beyond Static Models: Verification-Based Digital Engineering
    The added complexity of new aerospace and defense programs challenges traditional methods of design and collaboration between government and industry. Guaranteeing a “comprehensive digital thread” is crucial... - Session: 20 Sep 2022, 1:00 PM EDT

    Educator Resources

    Online Coursera Course: Practical Data Science with MATLAB - Quickly gain data science skills in this four-course series on Coursera. Learn the essential skills to visualize, analyze, and model data.

    MATLAB: A Practical Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving, 6th edition - This best-seller includes new sections on concepts relevant to machine learning and an introduction to machine learning chapter.

    Hydrogen Fuel Cells Powering the Future - Explore how Industry leaders are developing and employing hydrogen fuel cells

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    Free eight-week virtual training for Students (undergraduate and graduates) entitled “ALCF Intro to AI-driven Science on Supercomputers.”  This webinar includes sessions on Neural Networks in Python and Tensorflow, Parallel AI training, Large Scale Training and an intro to using the ThetaGPU Supercomputer. 

    KSU Digital Commons Announcement: the Library has worked to make the Digital Commons Dataset collection easier to submit to.  If you are looking to upload your datasets, please reach out to Heather Hankins at hhankin3@kennesaw.edu. 

    Virtual Office Hours:
    Friday, 9/01/22 at noon, we will be hosting another KSU HPC Open Office Hour from 12-1 on Teams.   I will be joined by Dr. Philip Abidoye.   Philip is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Computer Science and has experience to help with coding and data analysis tools, especially with Python and MATLAB.  Join us with your questions or tasks you need to tackle.  If you can’t make it and need help, reach out to me on Teams or email me at tboyle@kennesaw.edu or pabidoye@kennesaw.edu

    From Various Hosts:
    September 13-15, AI Hardware Summit - Santa Clara, CA
    September 18-23, IEEE Quantum Week 2022 - Broomfield, OH
    October 18-20, NSF CyberSecurity Summit
    November 13-18, SC22 SuperComputing Conference - Dallas, TX

    From MATLAB OnDemand (pre-recorded) webinars:
    Introduction to MATLAB
    Learn how MATLAB is used to solve engineering and scientific problems. See the product demonstrated on a typical example.

    Empower Your Robots with AI Using MATLAB
    MATLAB and Simulink offer various Deep Learning and Reinforcement Learning tools for perception and motion control in autonomous robotics applications. MathWorks engineers demonstrate how to use AI

    Using MATLAB with Python
    MATLAB provides flexible, two-way integration with many programming languages, including Python. This webinar will cover how to call MATLAB from Python and how to call Python libraries from MATLAB.

    Live Events From MATLAB:
    YouTube Livestream: Develop Autonomous Algorithms using ROS
    In this livestream, well will showcase how to build and deploy autonomous algorithms using ROS. Using examples, we will showcase how to interface with ROS networks using publishers and subscribers, build...
    Session: 1 Sep 2022, 11:00 AM EDT

    Introduction to Wireless Communications System Design for Aerospace and Defense
    In this webinar, we will discuss various trends and emerging capabilities that will enable more advanced RF communication systems throughout the aerospace and defense industry. We will then present an...
    Session: 8 Sep 2022, 1:00 PM EDT

    AI for Wireless Communication
    In this presentation, we show how easy it is to apply artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities to solve wireless communications problems in MATLAB. You learn how to be more efficient by using ready-to-use...
    Sessions: 9 Sep 2022, 5:30 AM EDT | 9 Sep 2022, 9:00 AM EDT | 9 Sep 2022, 2:00 PM EDT

    Econometrics with MATLAB
    How do you prepare time series data and quickly test different models of fits? Ensuring data is reliable and clean, converting the non-stationary data to proper stationary data, testing different models...
    Session: 13 Sep 2022, 10:00 AM EDT

    Automatic Scaling Algorithms in MATLAB on GPU for Development and Deployment
    In this session we will learn how to generate CUDA code automatically from MATLAB to run on NVIDIA desktop and embedded GPUs. MATLAB is the ideal environment for exploring, developing and prototyping algorithms....
    Session: 13 Sep 2022, 1:00 PM EDT

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