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Workshops/Symposiums/GrantsUW eScience InstituteOngoingSeattle CampusNoneEveryone
Grants/FellowshipsBlue Waters Graduate FellowshipsMay 31, 2016-June 1, 2017 Blue Waters Petascale Institute02/03/2017Graduate
Grants/FellowshipsAmazon CatalystOngoingAmazon11/23/16Everyone
WorkshopAdvanced Scientific Programming in PythonSept 5-11, 2016Reading, UKPassed for 2016Everyone
Conference Wolfram Technology
Oct 18-21, 2016Champaign, IllinoisEveryone
Conference International Conference on Social InformaticsNov 14-17, 2016Seattle, WAPassed for 2016Everyone
ConferenceSuper ComputingNov 13-18, 2016Salt Lake City, UTPassed for 2016Everyone
Conference/WorkshopHigh Performance Computing Summer SchoolJune 26 – July 1, 2016Ljubljana, SloveniaPassed for 2016Graduate/Postdoc
Conference/WorkshopOpen Science Grid User School
July 25-29, 2016Madison, WIPassed for 2016Everyone
Conference/WorkshopSummer Institute for Big DataJuly 11-17, 2016Seattle, WAPassed for 2016Everyone
ConferenceScientific Computing with Python 2016 ConferenceJuly 11-17, 2016Austin, TXPassed for 2016Everyone
Workshop Broadening Participation in VisualizationAug 3-4, 2016Champaign, IllinoisEveryone
Grants/FellowshipsXSEDE Scholars Program2016-2017 Blue Waters Petascale InstitutePassed for 2016Graduate
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If you are interested in exploring cloud computing: Contact the UW IT Research Computing group (rob5@uw.edu) or visit their office hours Wednesdays 10-noon in the WRF Data Science Studio. Working closely with the eScience Institute they can answer your cloud computing questions and help you apply for substantial research credits from a public cloud vendor (AWS, Microsoft, Google).
The Emerging Scholar Award is open to first or second year PhD students who are members of a minority group that is underrepresented in the technology sector. The award is open to students at universities in the US and abroad who are enrolled during the current academic year and studying computer science, computer engineering, electrical engineering, system architecture, or a related area. The Facebook Emerging Scholar application opens November 1, 2016 and closes February 28, 2017. Information attached. More information can be found at https://research.facebook.com/programs/emerging_scholar_program.