Document Type



Southwestern Oklahoma State University

Conference Title

Oklahoma Research Day

City and State

Weatherford, Oklahoma

Conference Date

Mar, 06, 2020

Publication Date



Supercomputing (1 OOX more powerful than a desktop) allows organizations to solve complex problems that are not easily studied in any other way (ex. Blue Waters to simulate the known universe since the beginning of time for the design of the James Webb telescope). Producing qualified individuals to take advantage of the growing number of supercomputing jobs is a constant struggle. This poster provides an overview of education in supercomputing, explains how training occurs, and describes some of the key players working to educate a taskforce to deal with these highly complex machines.



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