Computing Workshops

May 18, 2017 - Gloria Cordova

Students attending a computer workshop

CQuIC is sponsoring a series of Computing Workshops to help train the next generation of scientists in modern computing methods and tools. Three sessions, scheduled for 1:30 pm on May 19, May 29, and June 1, will cover topics such as data visualization, version control, automation, and computer algebra. A big thanks to Jonathan Gross, Anumpam Mitra, Xiaodong Qi, and Travis Scholten for organizing the Workshops and providing instruction. The Workshops will be held in Room 4 of Physics and Astronomy; each is expected to take about five hours. The material to be covered is based loosely on that available from Software Carpentry.