GACRC assisting in undergraduate research experience
Thursday, June 4, 2020
The Georgia Advanced Computing Resource Center (GACRC) is providing computational resources to a group of undergraduate researchers taking part virtually in the National Science Foundation-funded Biomedicine REU Site @ UGA.
Led by Professor Jonathan Arnold from the UGA Genetics department and 10 faculty mentors, 13 students from across the country will participate in this 10-week research experience.
Additionally, Professor Arnold has obtained a supplemental NSF award allowing four of these students to work on COVID-19-related research projects.
As part of their research activities, the students and their mentors will have access to the Sapelo2 HPC cluster, its associated high-performance storage and will receive support and training from the GACRC HelpDesk and Support Team.
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