Fifth Annual Fall HiPerGator Symposium 2022

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Fifth Annual Fall HiPerGator Symposium 2022

November 1 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

The Fifth Annual Fall HiPerGator Symposium will take place on Tuesday, November 1, 2022, from 9:00AM to 1:00PM. The Symposium will be held virtually via Zoom and consists of three parts: a keynote presentation, 10-minute ‘lightning’ talks, and post sessions. Dr. Bala Balachander, Newton C. Ebaugh Distinguished Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, will deliver the keynote presentation

The symposium is open to everyone in the UF community and to research faculty in the state university system and Southeastern Conference member institutions. Register below to attend.

Agenda

9:00 AM          Welcome, Opening RemarksErik Deumens, Ph.D., Senior Director – UFIT Research Computing

9:20 AM          KeynoteSivaramakrishnan Balachandar, Ph.D., William F. Powers Professor, Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering

9:40 AM          Lightning Talks

9:40 AM          “High Performance Computing Used in Identifying Mechanisms of PARP Inhibitor Resistance in Cancer” Adriana Del Pino Herrera, Graduate Research Assistant – Department of Biomedical Engineering, Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering

9:50 AM          “Simulating the Fission Gas Behavior and Release in UO2 Nuclear Fuel Using HiPerGator” Md Al Muntaha, Ph.D., Graduate Research Assistant – Department of Materials Science & Engineering, Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering

10:00 AM        “Genome-wide Detection of Copy Number Variation in U.S. Holstein Dairy Cattle” Giovanni Ladeira, Graduate Research Assistant – Department of Animal Science, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

 10:10 AM       “Phase Transitions May have Induced Plume and Slab Stagnation in Earth’s Past: Modeling with a New Entropy Method and Visco-plastic Rheology” Ranpeng Li, Graduate Research Assistant – Department of Geological Science, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

10:20 AM        “Simulations of Black Hole Fueling in Isolated and Merging Galaxies with an Explicit, Multiphase ISM” Aneesh Sivasankaran, Graduate Research Assistant – Department of Physics, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

10:30 AM        10-Minute Break

10:40 AM        “DOMINO: Domain-aware Calibration in Medical Image Segmentation” Skylar Stolte, Graduate Research Assistant – Department of Biomedical Engineering, Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering

10:50 AM        “Gator Glaciology” Nathan Schoedl, Undergraduate Research Assistant – Major in Math, Statistics and Computing Science, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

 11:00 AM        “High Resolution Mantle Flow Models Constrain Balance of Plate-tectonic Forces by Matching GPS Velocities” Arushi Saxena, Postdoctoral Researcher – Department of Geological Sciences, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

11:10 AM        “Novel Analytical Methods for Discovery with qCLASH Chimeric miRNA/Target Sequence Data” Daniel Stribling, Graduate Research Assistant – Department of Molecular Genetics & Microbiology, College of Medicine

11:20 AM        “Recycled Basaltic Material in Mantle Plumes Explains the Appearance of the X-discontinuity in the Upper Mantle: 2D Geodynamic Numerical Models” Martina Monaco, Graduate Research Assistant – Department of Geology, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

11:30 PM        10-Minute Break

11:40 PM        Poster Session

“High Performance Computing Used in Identifying Mechanisms of PARP Inhibitor Resistance in Cancer” Adriana Del Pino Herrera, Graduate Research Assistant – Department of Biomedical Engineering, Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering

“Computer Assisted Prostate Annotation on Micro-Ultrasound Image Using Deep Neural Networks” Wenbin Guo, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Associate – UF Digital Worlds Institute, College of the Arts

“Genome-wide Detection of Copy Number Variation in U.S. Holstein Dairy Cattle” Giovanni Ladeira, Graduate Research Assistant – Department of Animal Science, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

 “Phase Transitions May have Induced Plume and Slab Stagnation in Earth’s Past: Modeling with a New Entropy Method and Visco-plastic Rheology” Ranpeng Li, Graduate Research Assistant – Department of Geological Science, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

 “Recycled Basaltic Material in Mantle Plumes Explains the Appearance of the X-discontinuity in the Upper Mantle: 2D Geodynamic Numerical Models” Martina Monaco, Graduate Research Assistant – Department of Geology, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

“High Resolution Mantle Flow Models Constrain Balance of Plate-tectonic Forces by Matching GPS Velocities” Arushi Saxena, Postdoctoral Researcher – Department of Geological Sciences, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

 “DOMINO: Domain-aware Calibration in Medical Image Segmentation” Skylar Stolte, Graduate Research Assistant – Department of Biomedical Engineering, Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering

12:30 PM        2022 Fall HiPerGator Symposium Concludes

Lightning Talks and Poster Presentations REGISTRATION FOR PRESENTATIONS IS CLOSED.

All postdocs, undergraduates, and graduate students can submit to present a lightning talk or a poster. The Fall Symposium focuses on high-performance and high-throughput computing, leveraging HiPerGator 3.0 and its storage systems. While AI applications may be considered, the Spring Symposium focuses on AI. Visit the event registration page below to submit a proposal for a lightning talk or a poster.

♦The Lightning Talk is 10-minute per presentation.
♦ For poster session, no special size limit on the poster as long as it can be fully displayed in Zoom.
♦ For the Abstract, please limit it to 150 words.
♦ Applications to be a presenter must be received by October 14, 2022. REGISTRATION FOR PRESENTATIONS IS CLOSED.

Anyone with questions about the Fall 2022 HiPerGator Symposium may contact UFIT Applications Specialist Ying Zhang.

Details

Date:
November 1
Time:
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
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