Nila blended into snow-covered sea ice, Anthony Petty, NSIDC NSIDC Courtesy Anthony Petty

Polar RCN Noticeboard

Here is a storify report of the second Polar HPC hackathon.

The 2nd HPC-Polar Hackathon featuring 6 teams working on different polar science problems, will be held at the IACS at Stony Brook University from 01-04 August, 2017.  We are grateful for support from Google (Higher Education and Research) and the Indiana University for their support.

On August 21, 2016, we held a side meeting on polar cyberinfrastructure at the SCAR meeting. Read a short summary of the discussion here

Polar-HPC Hackathon 2016 Storify: Highlights of the NSF sponsored hackathon designed to get the HPC and Polar Science community collaborating!

The Imagery Workshop was a success! Click here for more info and an attendee list / photo.

The XSEDE Scholars Program is accepting applications. Deadline for application: February 1, 2016

The Polar Computing Team will be at the AGU. Click here to see a flyer and a talk introducing the RCN.

NYTimes featuring RCN Senior Investigator Asa! 

Spring 2015 - The Polar Research Coordination Network has received funding from the National Science Foundation.