March 23, 10 AM to 4 PM.  Free to all visitors

Innovation through Collaboration

At Discover 2010 you'll see exhibits and demonstrations of how Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) uses High Performance Computing (HPC) to solve today's challenging problems.

Learn how HPC tools — computational science, modeling, simulation, visualization, and data mining — can advance your research and drive innovation. The day is designed for university professors and students, as well as industry researchers and decision makers across all disciplines.

PSC collaborations include:

  • university faculty to support computational science research and education in diverse areas such as biomedicine, pandemic strategies, network design, and economics
  • secondary school teachers to transform science and math using modeling and simulation tools
  • industry R&D leaders to develop new products and processes to achieve a competitive advantage, and
  • government scientists to develop solutions to meet clean energy and environmental challenges.

This full-day event is designed and customized especially for:

Universities and Colleges
professors · researchers · graduate and undergraduate students

Covering all disciplines:

  • Physics
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Earth and environmental science
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Architecture
  • Social Sciences
  • Humanities
  • Others where a computational approach might be useful
Private Sector
researchers · scientists · engineers · corporate decision makers · economic development organizations

See how HPC can improve innovation and competitiveness through applications, such as:

  • product development
  • material engineering
  • supply chain management
  • financial modeling
  • customer data analysis

Specific information also will be available regarding

  • PSC resources and services and how to access them
  • training and education opportunities
  • science programs

To choose a time slot for your visit, RSVP here.