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The Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) designs and operates some of the world's most powerful computing resources.

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TACC's documentation provides a detailed and comprehensive resource for our high-performance computing systems. Find information on hardware, software, tutorials, and best practices. Discover how TACC can help advance your research and computational goals.

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Register for TACC's Summer Institutes!

Register now for TACC's Summer Institutes!  Each event provides time on TACC resources alongside TACC's experts to explore new concepts and develop your skills and research. High Performance Computing and Scientific Visualization Institute On site at TACC Monday, July 8 - Friday, July 12 9AM – 4PM CST - MPI, CUDA, OpenMP, and other HPC topics - Hands-on labs using TACC resources - Connect with HPC experts to discuss algorithms, implementations, and programming models  - Exploration of techniques using the parallel visualization package Paraview Learn more and register: https://cvent.utexas.edu/29NlZ5 Machine Learning Institute On site at TACC Monday, July 15 - Friday, July 19 9AM – 4PM CST - Fundamentals and theory of AI, machine learning and deep learning techniques with Python libraries - AI, machine learning and deep learning workflows at scale on HPC systems - Advanced topics including Large Language Models, Reinforcement Learning - Advanced visualization for AI Learn more and register: https://cvent.utexas.edu/KBDWll  Please visit TACC's training page: https://tacc.utexas.edu/use-tacc/training/

Big Data in Biology Summer School

Dear colleagues, The Center for Biomedical Research Support (CBRS) offers six hands-on courses that span introductions to biocomputing, Python programming, and high-throughput DNA and RNA sequencing analysis. These courses offer unique opportunities to gain and polish skills for biological data analysis across a wide spectrum of topics. Courses last from 4 to 5 days. Students can take multiple courses and build up data analysis skills from week to week. Most classes will be offered in hybrid mode, while some are in-person only. UT Austin students, faculty, and staff receive a great discount off the regular course fee. We will cover the following topics: May 28 - May 31 Introduction to R for Biologists June 3 - June 7 Introduction to Core NGS Concepts and Tools June 3 - June 7 Introduction to Biocomputing: from files to functions to plots June 10 - June 14 Introduction to Python June 10 - June 14 Introduction to RNA-Seq June 17 - June 21 (no class on June 19) Principles of Machine Learning for Bioinformatics Visit this link to register: https://site.research.utexas.edu/cbrs/classes/big-data-in-biology-summer-school/2024-summer-school/ Bioinformatics Consulting Group (BCG) Center for Biomedical Research Support (CBRS)

Big Data in Biology Summer School

Dear colleagues, The Center for Biomedical Research Support (CBRS) offers six hands-on courses that span introductions to biocomputing, Python programming, and high-throughput DNA and RNA sequencing analysis. These courses offer unique opportunities to gain and polish skills for biological data analysis across a wide spectrum of topics. Courses last from 4 to 5 days. Students can take multiple courses and build up data analysis skills from week to week. Most classes will be offered in hybrid mode, while some are in-person only. UT Austin students, faculty, and staff receive a great discount off the regular course fee. We will cover the following topics: May 28 - May 31 Introduction to R for Biologists June 3 - June 7 Introduction to Core NGS Concepts and Tools June 3 - June 7 Introduction to Biocomputing: from files to functions to plots June 10 - June 14 Introduction to Python June 10 - June 14 Introduction to RNA-Seq June 17 - June 21 (no class on June 19) Principles of Machine Learning for Bioinformatics Visit this link to register: https://site.research.utexas.edu/cbrs/classes/big-data-in-biology-summer-school/2024-summer-school/ Bioinformatics Consulting Group (BCG) Center for Biomedical Research Support (CBRS)

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