SKILL BUILDING WORKSHOPS
Dates: January 11-15, 2016
This year's workshops will feature instruction in software tools for modeling, analysis, scientific computing and visualization, as well as how to use cluster, grid and cloud resources.
Workshops will not be video taped or lived streamed. All workshops are free and open to the public. Lunch will not be provided.
There are several affordable options within a 5-15 minute walk:
- Northwest Cafe, Level 1, Northwest building
- Buckminster’s Café, LISE building, 11 Oxford Street
- Oxford Spa Cafe, 102 Oxford Street
- High Rise Bread Company, 1663 Massachusetts Avenue
- Cambridge Common Restaurant, 1667 Massachusetts Avenue
- Boca Grande, 1728 Massachusetts Avenue
Registration will open in early December 2015.
Workshop Registration and Check-In
Northwest Building B Level, 52 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA
All workshops will be held in the B1 level of the Harvard University Northwest Building. Please arrive 30 minutes early and make sure to check in. Walk-ins and wait-listed individuals will be admitted on a space-available basis starting 15 minutes before the workshop.
Contact us if you have any problems regarding registration or attendance. Or stop by the registration desk on workshop days 8:00-9:00 am and 11:30am-1:00 pm.
Bring your own laptop to all workshops. If you don’t have one available, you will be able to watch presentations but not participate in exercises. Make sure your laptop is fully charged, as access to power outlets is limited in some rooms. You will receive information about any software and/or account requirements in your workshop confirmation email(s).
DIRECTIONS, PARKING, AND WI-FI
The SEAS campus is part of the Harvard University campus located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The main buildings are located just north of historic Harvard Yard (beyond the Science Center) and are bounded to the east by Oxford Street. To the west, across an oak-filled quadrangle, is the Harvard Law School.
Metered parking in and around the Harvard campus is extremely limited. We recommend that students and visitors coming by car purchase parking permits for Harvard garages. The Everett Street and Oxford Street garages are closest to the SEAS campus. Find more information here.
Harvard participants should use their HUID and PIN to register any personal device not already registered on the Harvard wireless network. Others should use the Harvard Guest network. Open a new browser window to register on the network. No password is required.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org