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Oklahoma State University
High Performance Computing Center

A unit in the Division of the Vice President for Research

MATH 2910

MATH 2910 (704) - High Performance Computing

This one-credit-hour course will provide students with an introduction to the use and value of High Performance Computing in Mathematics and its applications. Students will learn the key issues in supercomputing while learning to use OSU’s supercomputer Cowboy.

The course will be taught by Dr. Dana Brunson, OSU HPCC Director and Assistant Vice President for Research Cyberinfrastructure. Brunson is also an adjunct associate professor with both the OSU mathematics and computer science departments. Brunson will be assisted by OSU HPCC/Math department graduate assistant Phillip Doehle as well as OSU HPCC Program Coordinator Jamie Hadwin.


**UPDATE 04/01/16: MATH 2910 (704) was approved to be taught again in the fall 2016 semester. Enrollment for the course has already been filled. Brunson and her team of OSU HPCC helpers are looking forward to another successful semester. The spring 2016 course resulted in the formation of the student organization OSU Cyberinfrastructure Association (CIA). Fall 2016 will be the first semester the OSU CIA will function as a recognized OSU student organization.