On Feb. 7, Cornell's Center for Advanced Computing (CAC) and Weill Cornell Medicine Scientific Computing, ITS, and Clinical and Translational Science Center will roll out the 2023 Scientific Computing Training Series.
The Zoom-based training will be available for free to all workforce members and students of Cornell, WCM, WCM-Q, and Cornell Tech.
Twelve training sessions will be offered during the winter/spring semesters:
- Data Management in Science Research
- R Basics
- Python for Scientific Computing and Data Science
- Python for Digital Humanities and Social Science
- Creating the Best Visualizations for your Data
- Revision Control with Git
- Python for Data Visualization
- Research Project Software Continuity
- Working with Excel Files in Python and C#
- Scripting ImageJ and PowerPoint with Python
- Using the Whole Processor
- Using Relational Databases for Research.
Details are available here.
“The CAC/WCM Scientific Computing Training Series is an excellent example of cross-campus collaboration,” said Curtis L. Cole, vice president and chief global information officer. “Sharing expertise across campuses enhances learning and research capabilities for Cornell students, faculty, and staff.”
“Our fall series was a real success; 457 Cornellians participated in 5 sessions,” said Susan Mehringer, CAC’s associate director for consulting. "We're looking forward to delivering new training opportunities in '23."