CCS offers a number of workshops and training events throughout the year, and our faculty are involved in teaching degree courses in several departments at UM. All our events are typically advertised through our website and the university electronic media outlets.
Upcoming Courses & Workshops
Biomedical Data Science A new 500/600 level course, cro […]
Previous Courses & Workshops
Florida risks losing trillions of dollars as a consequence of sea level rise and climate change unless it seeks new opportunities for reinventing the economy and development. This climate change Workshop will be preceded by a one-hour media briefing . . .
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Learn and test the basic principles of design thinking with leaders in the field, including David Ruthven of Philips Design . . .
Lunch-bytes will help students and early career scientists overcome technical and computing difficulties, and jump-start their research . . .
UM Students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend the new GIS workshop series on a first-come, first-served basis.
This Software Carpentry workshop will give priority to graduate students and postdocs who need R for their immediate research projects.
URIDE is a software system developed for UM investigators conducting scientific research.
Data Carpentry Workshop in Python May 18-19, 2015 | 9 […]
A Workshop on Charts, Maps Infographics, and Scientific […]
MathWorks is offering two complimentary workshops on Monday, February 9th.
Tableau is a data visualization tool. Registration now open for an introductory workshop on Feb 11.
Join us on November 2nd in the Richter Library.
CCS offers a beginner level HPC Workshop at SOM.
Monday, January 27th and Tuesday, January 28th, 2014
Registration is now open for Supercomputing in Plain English (SiPE), Spring 2013
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