Upcoming Events

Georgia Tech Research Software Showcase

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Georgia Tech is fast becoming a leader in academic software, from computational biology and computational chemistry to materials science, bioinformatics, astrophysics, and high-performance computing algorithms. Additionally, Georgia Tech’s leadership in machine learning and artificial intelligence workflows has translated to new advancements that strengthen the existing software contributions of many GT research initiatives. 

Learn more about these active software projects and share your work at our Research Software poster session on Wednesday, May 8. The session will be held from 2-4 in the atrium of the Marcus Nanotechnology Building, and all faculty, staff, and students are welcome to present a poster. To participate in the poster session, please sign up by Wednesday, May 1: https://forms.gle/dLk3ToEUkoi1mhQU9

This event is sponsored by the Georgia Tech Institute for Data Engineering and Science (IDEaS), Scientific Software Engineering Center, and Open-Source Program Office.