Research Technology Day

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On September 3, 2013

The third annual Research Technology Day will be held Sept. 9-10. This research technology intensive conference begins with a street party networking event. On the evening of Monday, Sept. 9, University of Missouri President Timothy Wolfe will kick-off the event, which features barbeque, music, beer and wine tasting and a pyrotechnic display designed by S&T’s explosives engineering students. Tuesday, Sept. 10, will feature keynote speaker Dr. Henry “Hank” Foley, executive vice president for academic affairs for the UM System. The lecture will be followed by an entire day of informative sessions, workshops, vendor expo engagements and problem-solving. The sessions include:

  • Submit Locally, Compute Globally
  • Models of Pre-Award PI Support: A Discussion of How MU’s Grant Writer Network Contributes to Success
  • HPC and Intel: Present and Future
  • Creating Complete HPC and RC Solutions: A Genomics Example
  • Research Technology Support in UM
  • Reporting Data in SSAS Cubes
  • The GPU Computing Ecosystem
  • Beating Titan
  • CAVE2™: New Innovations in Visualization (Virtual)
  • Computational Seismology: Investigation of earthquakes and Earth’s deep structure using seismic waves
  • Practical Microcontrollers Workshop (Part 1)
  • Development of a novel immunoassay for simultaneous quantitation of endocrine parameters

The schedule is still being finalized and more topics will be released as they are confirmed. Registration is free, but required. Register online at

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