Digital Arts and Humanities Spring Semester Kickoff

January 12, 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Mānoa Campus, Information Tech Center Building room 410 Add to Calendar

Gwen Jacobs, the UH systemwide Director of Cyberinfrastructure, will give attendees a walk through of the capabilities and possibilities of using CTC's Cray Supercomputer for humanities applications. Now is the time to make the arts and humanities a presence, since ITC are looking for projects to make use of the new computer.

The location will be different from our usual meeting in the history Library. We will meet at ITC 410, the new Information Tech Center Building behind Kennedy Theater. The meeting will be at the usual time, Monday, January 12, from noon to 1:15.

Your name will need to be at the door, so if you would like to come, please RSVP to David by Thursday noon.

If you are not sure, give us your name anyway. It does not obligate you to come, but it gets you upstairs if you do.

Gwen’s presentation will be a great forum for finding out what you can do and asking any questions.

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History, Mānoa Campus

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