The Office of Innovative Technologies High Performance & Scientific Computing (HPSC) group, in partnership with the Office of Research, Innovation, and Economic Development (ORIED), will be hosting a 2023 Artificial Intelligence Research Computing Symposium via Zoom in May.
The hosts of the AI Research Computing Symposium, Associate Vice Chancellor Lynne Parker and Victor Hazlewood, invite the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, faculty and researchers to submit abstracts on their computing-intensive AI research topics. Applicants will be selected for one of the nine 30-minute presentation slots. Please email your presentation ideas to OIT_HPSC_AI@utk.edu before May 3 for consideration. Presenters will be notified by May 8.
Please save the date for Wednesday, May 17, to participate in the AI Research Computing Symposium. We hope to see you there!
Visit the Symposium website for more about the symposium, the agenda, and the AI Tennessee Initiative.
Visit the OIT High Performance & Scientific Computing page to learn how HPSC provides research computing resources and services to the University community.
Visit the ORIED website to learn how they can support the University of Tennessee, Knoxville community of researchers, scholars, and creatives, from ideation to impact.