Burruss Hall

IT Events Calendar

  • Apr 20, 2018 1880 Pratt Dr. Suite 2018 Line Manager's Forum All Division of IT employees are invited to hear brief presentations and have an open conversation with leaders from Secure Identity Services, Network Infrastructure & Services, and Advanced Research Computing. The forum will be moderated by John Krallman.
  • Apr 20, 2018 1880 Pratt Drive, Suite 2018 DevCom Meeting IT professionals, join us for the Developers Community meeting - we'll be learning about "Testing in a Containerized World" - starting to flesh out what becomes possible once we have containerized applications, including end-to-end testing! Plus, there's lunch! Feel free to join us, even if you don't see yourself as a developer. Please RSVP to help us plan the right amount of food, and so we can send you Zoom join info if you can't make it in person. https://virginiatech.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_78v5fDgDHUTwUgR
  • Apr 23, 2018 Alumni Assembly Hall, Skelton Conference Center Division of IT Town Hall, Session 1 This Town Hall meeting will discuss new and ongoing initiatives within the Division of IT. All division personnel are encouraged to attend in person (if possible). Online attendance via Zoom will also be an option.
  • Apr 23, 2018 Alumni Assembly Hall, Skelton Conference Center Division of IT Town Hall, Session 2 This Town Hall meeting will discuss new and ongoing initiatives within the Division of IT. All division personnel are encouraged to attend in person (if possible). Online attendance via Zoom will also be an option.
  • Apr 26, 2018 Torgersen Hall 1100 Intro to ARC Systems This class will provide an overview of high-performance computing from a beginner's perspective. It will cover the following topics: 1) What is supercomputing? 2) Why is supercomputing or parallel computing important 3) Key terminology and concepts in parallel and supercomputing 4) What do modern supercomputers look like? 5) Theoretical background for parallel computing Any or all interested parties are welcome. Participants are not expected to have any background or familiarity with supercomputing or even programming to attend this session. This session provides an overview of the high-performance computing (HPC) resources managed by Advanced Research Computing(ARC) followed by a hands-on introduction to the user environment. This session also provides an excellent opportunity for less experienced HPC users to acquaint themselves with the systems available at Virginia Tech and become more comfortable with their use.


Contact:
IT Human Resources Manager
Office of the Vice President for
Information Technology MC 0169
800 Drillfield Drive / Suite 310
Blacksburg, Virginia 24061
(540) 231-9287 | phone
(540) 231-5843 | fax
jaboggs@vt.edu