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OK: SWOSU - Enhancing Course Curriculum using HPC

Project Information

cloud-open-source, cluster, cluster-management, cluster-support, cyberinfrastructure, hpc, hpc-getting-started, hpc-operations, hpc-tools, jupyterhub, kubernetes, ondemand, open-on-demand, osg, parallelism, performance, performance-tuning, professional-development, r, rstudio-server, scheduler, scheduling, software-carpentry, stats, workforce-development
Project Status: In Progress
Project Region: Great Plains
Submitted By: Kevin Brandt
Project Email: Kevin.Brandt@sdstate.edu
Project Institution: Southwest Oklahoma State University
Project Address: 100 W Campus Dr
Weatherford, Oklahoma. 73096

Project Description

SWOSU, is looking for a mentor for his team of students interested in learning more about research cyberinfrastructure. They would like to develop CI skills involving deploying hardware to connect to the Open Science Grid (OSG). Their goal is to become a CI access point for faculty at SWOSU. They are developing a plan to deploy a cluster with the help of a GPN Cyberteam mentor (OU) and the XSEDE XCRI program. They are making the arrangements for the cluster hardware and will be moving forward with a plan that includes the deployment of OpenHPC and OpenOnDemand to host a Jupyter-Hub. They would also like to learn more about Slate or other tools that will allow them to run jobs on OSG directly.

A longer-term goal is to show that SOSU has knowledge of how to use the hardware and instruct faculty and students on the use of computation services. They also plan to apply for an NSF CC* Campus Compute area program grant based on their work.

The picture was taken by Jeffrey Beall. https://tinyurl.com/5yveamsn

Project Information

cloud-open-source, cluster, cluster-management, cluster-support, cyberinfrastructure, hpc, hpc-getting-started, hpc-operations, hpc-tools, jupyterhub, kubernetes, ondemand, open-on-demand, osg, parallelism, performance, performance-tuning, professional-development, r, rstudio-server, scheduler, scheduling, software-carpentry, stats, workforce-development
Project Status: In Progress
Project Region: Great Plains
Submitted By: Kevin Brandt
Project Email: Kevin.Brandt@sdstate.edu
Project Institution: Southwest Oklahoma State University
Project Address: 100 W Campus Dr
Weatherford, Oklahoma. 73096

Project Description

SWOSU, is looking for a mentor for his team of students interested in learning more about research cyberinfrastructure. They would like to develop CI skills involving deploying hardware to connect to the Open Science Grid (OSG). Their goal is to become a CI access point for faculty at SWOSU. They are developing a plan to deploy a cluster with the help of a GPN Cyberteam mentor (OU) and the XSEDE XCRI program. They are making the arrangements for the cluster hardware and will be moving forward with a plan that includes the deployment of OpenHPC and OpenOnDemand to host a Jupyter-Hub. They would also like to learn more about Slate or other tools that will allow them to run jobs on OSG directly.

A longer-term goal is to show that SOSU has knowledge of how to use the hardware and instruct faculty and students on the use of computation services. They also plan to apply for an NSF CC* Campus Compute area program grant based on their work.

The picture was taken by Jeffrey Beall. https://tinyurl.com/5yveamsn