ADACS special session
We are running a special session around big data and computing at this year’s ASA annual meeting.
The session takes place Tuesday morning and focuses on the computational challenges of data reduction and analysis as well as software development in the era of petascale data and across multi-national surveys.
The session will be opened by our international guest speaker Kelle Cruz, who will speak about “Collaborations in the extreme”. Kelle is the founder of the AstroBetter.com blog and member of the Coordinating Committee for the Astropy Project.
ADACS astro coding and astropy chat
When: Tuesday 26 June 2018, 6 – 7.30 pm
Where: Room ATC205, Swinburne University
ADACS is sponsoring an informal meet-up for astro coders on Tuesday evening. This networking session will help us better understand who is involved in this space and how we can support you.
Kelle Cruz, our invited keynote speaker for the data and computing session at the ASA annual meeting, is particularly interested to meet people who extensively use astropy.
If you would like to know more about how to get involved with the open source and open development astropy project do come along to chat.
ADACS will be sponsoring pizza and drinks for this event.
ADACS / OzSTAR / Pawsey Live HPC Helpdesk
Location: Conference Foyer (ATC Ground Level)
When: Wednesday/Thursday 10.30am-4.30pm
If you are attending the ASA meeting and would like an opportunity to speak in person to a high performance computing (HPC) expert about your data and/or computing needs then please visit our live helpdesk. Staff from the following organisations will be in attendance:
- Astronomy Data and Computing Services (ADACS);
- Swinburne OzSTAR supercomputer;
- Pawsey Supercomputing Centre.
If you would like to pre-book a time please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org (making sure to mention the topic you are interested in). Otherwise just drop by for a chat when you have a spare moment.