Center for Integrated Research Computing
As part of the Center's community building activities, CIRC holds a monthly symposia, where faculty, students, and research staff can showcase their research to the user community, learn about computing technologies, and participate in collaborative computing sessions. The CIRC Symposium provides a venue for researchers to learn about and discover new directions in using computational and informatics tools for research in a variety of fields across all departments and centers at the University of Rochester. Click a thumbnail below to view details of talks that were given in previous months.
2020–2021 Symposia Series
- October 15, 2021
- Petros Tzeferacos (Department of Physics and Astronomy, and the LLE), "Big Computers & Big Lasers: How Concerted Numerical Simulations and Laser-Driven Laboratory Experiments Can Shed Light on Fundamental Astrophysical Processes in Turbulent Magnetized Plasmas"
- March 19, 2021
- Justin Fay (Department of Biology), "Diversification and Domestication of Yeast"
- October 16, 2020
- Yan Sun, PhD (Microbiology and Immunology), "The Function and Generation of Defective Viral Genomes During Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection"
- November 20, 2020
- Douglas H. Kelley, PhD (Mechanical Engineering), "Analysis and Simulation of Brain Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow"
- February 19, 2021
- Ashkan Ertefaie, PhD (Biostatistics and Computational Biology), "Constructing adaptive treatment strategies using SMART data in the presence of partial compliance"