Do you work with research data? Would you like to get more return on your investment of time, effort and ownership of your useful data? Do you want faster access and better storage for your data? Then a free, one-day event is for you.
Information Technologies (IT), the Office of the Chief Information Officer (CIO), and the Office of Research and Economic Development will jointly host Cyberinfrasructure Day April 29, at the Student Union Building (SUB), giving student researchers, faculty and staff an opportunity to learn about the significance of Data Stewardship and its impact on Cyberinfrastructure at the University of New Mexico.
As part of the day, the National Science Foundation's Joan Peckham will give a keynote speech titled, "Building the National Cyberinfrastructure and the Thinking Skills to Go With." Other topics and presentations ranging from data storage to data research methods to data management.
Student researchers are encouraged to submit posters for the Poster Session, which will be held during the event. Poster submissions should be no larger than 48" x 36" for possible showcasing during the event.
For more information on how to register visit, Cyber Day. Seating is limited. RSVP by April 27, 2011. For more information contact Kimberly V. Waseta at 277-0752 or email@example.com.