Cyberinfrastructure (CI) Days is an annual interactive two-day conference held on-campus that brings together more than 200 U-M researchers who rely on large-scale computational tools and methods for research. Newly reformatted, this interactive conference is an opportunity to learn more about advanced computing technologies that are helping to spur new discoveries and breakthroughs in a wide range of disciplines.
Who should attend CI Days events at U-M?
CI Days is for U-M faculty, research scientists, graduate students, post-docs, and research support staff who either use or are interested in using advanced computing technology for research. Newcomers to advanced computing are welcome, as there are sessions for all levels.
CI Days offers practical information on resources, services, and emerging technologies as well as the opportunity to ask questions and discuss issues of concern regarding the use of advanced computing in research.
The program includes keynotes by well-known experts, hands-on tutorials, and discussions, and students have an opportunity to share their research through a poster competition (with cash prizes).