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Researchers: Learn about computing resources and more at Feb. 13 forum

WVU researchers can learn about High Performance Computing and other computational resources available to support their work during a Feb. 13 presentation that will also discuss engineering research at the University. The presentation is set for 5-6 p.m. in G102 of the Engineering Sciences Building. 

Nathan Gregg, manager of Research Computing for Information Technology Services, will discuss the HPC, new data storage options and the dedicated campus science DMZ network known as Research Exchange (REX). 

Don McLaughlin, a part-time instructor in the Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, will focus on computational science and engineering resources and services available through XSEDE. The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment sponsored by the National Science Foundation. McLaughlin will describe the resources available through XSEDE and how WVU researchers can take advantage of them.