|User Groups:||Faculty Services ; Student Services ; Researcher Services ; Staff Services|
|Categories:||Research Support & Tools|
The Research Team within LSA Technology Services is excited to announce virtual office hours for research computing support. These are regularly scheduled times when we will have subject matter experts in geographic information systems, high performance computing, digital scholarship, and computer programming available for drop-in support. Faculty, staff, and students with research-related questions pertaining to any of these areas can stop by to ask questions, get help working through a problem, or inquire about a new project—no appointment necessary!
These are currently online-only, but we expect to resume in-person hours around campus once campus life returns to normal.
This is a pilot program, so times and locations are subject to change, and we anticipate adding at least one new location soon. The most up-to-date schedule is always available here on our website.
Not sure what we can do to help? Read on for more details about the services provided by each of these teams.
Our digital scholarship team specializes in humanities, social sciences, and interdisciplinary digital project methods and can provide assistance with:
New to digital projects? We can also talk about how to demonstrate the scholarly rigor of your digital project, accurately credit the labor required of the project at every stage, and how to provide evidence and metrics for promotion and job dossiers.
Our GIS specialists can help with your geographic data needs, including the following:
Our HPC team can help with:
We regularly support Python, R, MATLAB, C/C++, Java, Julia, Go, and many other applications.
Our computer programming team can help with any of the following:
Faculty, staff, and students with research-related questions on geographic information systems, high performance computing, digital scholarship, and computer programming
When in-person service resumes, we expect it to be:
Just show up: No appointment necessary!