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UVA doctoral students Jake Malcomb and Linnea Saby plan to study the effects of climate change in Shenandoah National Park with help from the International Space Station. (Photo by Cody Huff)

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Would you like to learn the basics of high-throughput and parallel computing? Do you want hands-on high performance training that you can apply to your research? If so, then we invite you to attend one or more sessions in ARCS' Summer Education Series. The sessions are free for all UVA faculty, staff, and students. Topics include how to program in Python, scientific visualization, modern Fortran, data analytics, MPI for distributed systems, OpenMP for multicore systems, and more! Lectures on relevant topics will be delivered during the morning sessions; afternoon sessions offer hands-on practice. Register here.

The Research Collaboration Corner seeks to integrate research with education and community engagement, bridge industry and academics, and encourage meaningful connections across disciplines. (Photo by Sanjay Suchak, University Communications)

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ARCS workshops cover a variety of topics and help new users become familiar with research computing at UVA. ARCS workshops are free and open to all UVA faculty, staff, and students. This semester we are teaching:

Introduction to scientific image processing with Fiji/ImageJ (February 20)

Managing R Libraries (February 27)

Automation of image processing with Fiji/ImageJ (March 27)

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Current faculty, students and staff in UVA’s Data Science Institute, which will be integrated into the new school, were on hand for the announcement. (Photo by Sanjay Suchak, University Communications)

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Phil Bourne, director of the Data Science Institute since 2017, will serve as the new school’s acting dean. (Photo by Sanjay Suchak, University Communications)

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