Campus Champions Fellows Presentations
TimeWednesday, July 3111am - 12pm
DescriptionThe XSEDE Campus Champions Fellows program partners Campus Champions with ECSS staff and research teams to work side by side for a year on real-world science and engineering projects. Fellows will develop expertise within varied areas of cyberinfrastructure, and they are already well positioned to share their advanced knowledge through their roles as the established conduits to students, administrators, professional staff, and faculty on their campuses. In addition to the technical knowledge gleaned from their experiences, the individual Fellows will benefit from their personal interactions with the ECSS staff and will acquire the skills necessary to manage similar user or research group project requests on their own campuses. The Campus Champions Fellows program is a unique opportunity for a select group of individuals to learn first-hand about the application of high-end cyberinfrastructure to challenging science and engineering problems.
The 2018-19 Fellows who will be sharing their experiences over the past year are: Peter Hawrylak, University of Tulsa; Chet Langin, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale; Xinlian Liu, Hood College; Gil Speyer, Arizona State University; and Mohammed Tanash, Kansas State University.
To learn more about the Campus Champions Fellows Program, visit:https://www.xsede.org/web/site/community-engagement/campus-champions/fellows.