ICPSR – Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research
Join ICPSR for a Webinar on January 12
Space is limited.
Reserve your Webinar seat now at: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/703523019
Many federal funding agencies, including NIH and most recently NSF, are requiring that grant applications contain data management plans for projects involving data collection. To support researchers in meeting this requirement, ICPSR is providing a set of tools and resources for creating data management plans. This webinar will cover:
• ICPSR’s Data Management Plan Website
• Suggested Elements of a Data Management Plan
• Example Data Management Plan Language
• Designating ICPSR as an Archive in a Data Management Plan
• Additional Resources for a Preparing Your Data Management Plan
The webinar is free and open to the public – please forward this invitation to any who may be interested.
Find out what you missed if you didn’t attend CI Days. Evaluations of the event were very positive, and ORCI is making plans for another CI Days next year. We will have smaller events and workshops in the meantime, and we will keep you posted!
Listen to Deepak Singh Ph.D, Sr. Business Development Manager, explain how AWS’s HPC offering can benefit your research lab and business. Deepak will also talk about the performance of Amazon EC2′s newest innovations including cluster compute and cluster GPU instances and the customers that are succeeding by running HPC workloads in the cloud.
Attend this webinar to learn more about this new offering.
EECS498/SI517: Cloud Computing and the Commute
Prof. Flinn and Prof. Noble
Time: TTh 3-4:30
In this project-based course, students will work in small teams to design, build, and demonstrate an automotive telematics application. Students will be given a software development platform, based on Microsoft’s embedded computing suite, with access to vehicle performance data, cloud services, social networking platforms, networking services, voice recognition, and text-to-speech capabilities. Development takes place on both a desktop simulator as well as on vehicles equipped with the appropriate software and hardware. Students will learn how to architect and design driving-appropriate applications and interfaces. At the end of the term, student projects will be evaluated by a jury of faculty members, Ford, and Microsoft personnel.