Research Technologies Student Poster Expo seeking abstracts by March 14.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a music student, a computer science major, a freshman, or a graduate student: If you are an IU student and have used advanced cyberinfrastructure for a research or school project, you could win $100 in the Research Technologies Student Poster Expo.
What’s advanced cyberinfrastructure? Lots of things: supercomputers, massive storage or data transfer, virtual or augmented reality, advanced media capture, and more.
Abstracts are due by March 14 at midnight, selected entrants will be notified by March 18, and posters will be exhibited March 27 in Luddy Hall. Prizes will be awarded for best poster, best use of high-performance computing, and best visualization.
Learn more and submit an abstract