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USU SIAM student chapter presents: The Utah Center For High Performance Computing Workshop
Over its more than 25-year history, the Center for High Performance Computing at the University of Utah has focused on cost effectively realizing and enabling the research computing needs for the University. Historically, CHPC has focused on the deployment and operation of large-scale and high performance computational resources, while also facilitating use of these resources through advanced user support and training. READ MORE
To attend the workshop, an RSVP is required for account setup. To attend this free workshop, email your full name and date of birth to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than January 10th.
Special Colloquium: Brendan McLellan of Harvard University, An intro to Quantum Topology
The goal of this talk is to provide a broad overview of a highly active research area generally known as “Quantum Topology.” As the name suggests, this topic naturally combines ideas from quantum physics with modern mathematical tools that are designed to study abstract spaces in a deformation independent manner. This intriguing interplay between mathematics and physics not only involves fascinating topics like knot theory, representation theory and quantum gravity, but also spills over to make connections with biology, chemistry, and computation! This talk is intended to be accessible for advanced undergraduates and, time permitting, will endeavor to present some current research problems as well.
Join us in Main 225 at 3:30PM on January 11th, with refreshments at 3:00PM in ANSC 112.