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Oklahoma State University
High Performance Computing Center

A unit in the Division of the Vice President for Research

Cyberinfrastructure Association

The Cyberinfrastructure Association (CIA) is OSU's first student organization dedicated to raising awareness, knowledge and building skills and networking opportunities in the field of cyberinfrastructure/supercomputing/high performance computing. 

The CIA was formed by a group of undergraduate students who were enrolled in the first semester of MATH 2910: High Performance Computing in Mathematics, an undergraduate Honors course taught by OSU HPCC director Dana Brunson. 

The 2016-2017 academic year was the organization's first year as a registered student organization, and CIA members hosted a workshop in virtual machine building and participated and placed 2nd in the annual Oklahoma HPC competition.

Please visit or join the team on Slack to get updates about future meetings, workshops, events and competitions.