SHI Webinar Series
The Sustainable Horizons Institute's Webinar Committee organizes a quarterly webinar during which our presenters cover topics from professional development to technical skills.
In the second part of this webinar, we will develop a powerful neural net vision architecture continuing with the TensorFlow skills learned in Day 1. Students will continue development with hands-on exercises. We recommend attending both days to get the most out of the webinar.
In this two part webinar, we will first introduce the topic of Deep Learning using TensorFlow, the most popular framework for creating neural nets. The students will learn how to create a rudimentary character recognition network. which will lead into Day 2. A hands-on exercise example will be incorporated.
In this webinar participants will learn strategies for debugging programs utilizing parallel execution with GNU debugger GDB, commercial software DDT. A brief discussion on debugging GPU programs will also be included.
VisIt is a popular scientific visualization software. In this session, basic principles of visualization will be covered. Then, you will be able to practice using the VisIt software.
Introduction to HPC
During this session, participants will have the opportunity to access and take advantage of hands-on training with the powerful XSEDE supercomputer Stampede2.
You will learn about types of bugs and how to deal with them, discuss the pros and cons of debugging resources, and will have the opportunity to take part in an interactive debugging session.
We are priviledged to have Dr. Stephen Wood and Dr. Caroline Szymeczek speak with us on developing our writing skills, specifically in the area of grant writing, personal statements, and CVs.
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