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Engaging People in Cyberinfrastructure
12:15pm - 1:15pm
Roscoe C Giles, Gregory A. Moses
Engaging People in Cyberinfrastructure (EPIC) is funded by NSF to build human capacity by creating awareness of the opportunities afforded through Cyberinfrastructure and by educating and training a diverse group of people in all stages of life from K-12 to professional practice to fully participate in the Cyberinfrastructure community as developers, users, and leaders.
EPIC (www.eotepic.org) has formed Virtual Institutes to engage the community to explore applications of Cyberinfrastructure through training, education, advancement and mentoring. A Virtual Institute is a community of people investigating, researching, and/or developing a project focused on a subject, to plan activities, conduct in-depth studies, share outcomes, and formulate conclusions.
We welcome everyone to join in discussions of EPIC’s Virtual Institutes goals, and to join one of these Virtual Institute break-out discussions:
•Computational Science Education •Visualization •Minority Serving Institutions •K-12 Education •Access Grid in Education •Women and Girls in Cyberinfrastructure
Roscoe C Giles
Gregory A. Moses
University of Wisconsin-Madison