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2nd nanoHUB User Conference 2015

West Lafayette, Indiana

Purdue University

Purdue Memorial Union, South Ballroom

August 31- September 1, 2015


 

Monday, August 31st - Using nanoHUB in Education

7:00 a.m.      Registration Opens/Breakfast       

8:00 a.m.      Opening Remarks, Gerhard Klimeck       

8:30 a.m.      Keynote       

9:30 a.m.      Break       

10:00 a.m.    Invited Speakers       

12:00 p.m.    Lunch       

 

Afternoon Working  Sessions

1:30 p.m.      Creating Simple Learning Packages       

1:45 p.m.      Hands-on Workshop: Create a Collection   

2:15 p.m.      Using nanoHUB for Collaboration       

2:30 p.m.      Hands-on Workshop: Set Up a Group   

3:00 p.m.      Break       

3:30 p.m.      Get Worldwide Visibility for your Materials   

3:45 p.m.      Hands-on Workshop:  Resource Contribution   

4:15 p.m.      Building Blocks for Education       

4:30 p.m.      Hands-on Workshop: Education Modules   

5:00 p.m.      Adjourn       

 

5:15 p.m.      Reception and Poster Session, Spurgeon Club, Mackey Arena   

 

 

Tuesday, September 1st - Using nanoHUB in Research

7:00 a.m.        Registration/Breakfast       

8:00 a.m.        Invited Speakers

10:00 a.m.     Break

 

Afternoon Working Sessions       

10:30 a.m.      Access a private research space for your team from anywhere    

10:45 a.m.      Hands-on Workshop: Create and Use a Project   

11:15 a.m.      Publish your data on nanoHUB       

11:30 a.m.      Hands-on Workshop: Work with and Share Your Data on nanoHUB

12:00 p.m.      Lunch       

1:30 p.m.        Use Linux desktop for development work from anywhere       

1:45 p.m.        Hands-on Workshop - Workspace       

2:15 p.m.        Share your code with the world       

2:45 p.m.        Break       

3:15 p.m.        Hands-on Workshop: Tool Publication   

4.45 p.m.        Adjourn

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