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Date: January 30, 2020
Time: 10:00am – 11:00am PDT
Duration: 1 hour

For more than a decade, Oregon State University (OSU) has been driving breakthroughs in key research areas related to artificial intelligence and robotics, including precision health, clean energy, resilient infrastructure and advanced manufacturing.

Now state-of-the-art GPU compute resources, designed for high-performance, are driving ground-breaking opportunities for education and research at OSU. A new artificial intelligence computing cluster built using NVIDIA® DGX-2™ systems in operation within OSU’s Kelley Engineering Center, is enabling university researchers to accelerate their work at an unprecedented speed and publish cutting-edge advancements.

By attending this webinar, you'll learn:
  • Why and how OSU is transforming their research roadmap
  • Which tools and applications are proving critical for their success
  • How their new AI computing cluster will power future research, teaching and grant proposal opportunities



You will receive an email with instructions on how to join the webinar shortly.

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DGX Station Datasheet

Get a quick low-down and technical specs for the DGX Station.
DGX Station Whitepaper

Dive deeper into the DGX Station and learn more about the architecture, NVLink, frameworks, tools and more.
DGX Station Whitepaper

Dive deeper into the DGX Station and learn more about the architecture, NVLink, frameworks, tools and more.


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Scott A. Ashford

Dean of Engineering, College of Engineering, Oregon State University

Scott A. Ashford, Ph.D., P.E. (California), is the Kearney Dean of Engineering at Oregon State University’s College of Engineering. There he oversees the 10th largest engineering program in the U.S., with more than 9,000 students and 445 faculty and staff members. He brings extensive experience in both higher education and industry, having spent seven years working in private industry as a civil engineer before starting his academic career at the Asian Institute of Technology in Thailand. He earned the rank of Professor at the University of California, San Diego before joining Oregon State University, where he has served as Dean since 2014.

Mike Bailey

Professor of Computer Science, Oregon State University

Mike Bailey, professor of computer science, has more than 30 years of computer graphics and data visualization experience spanning both academia and industry. He has been with Oregon State University since 2004, and his research interests include scientific visualization, high-performance computer graphics, and GPU computing.

Todd Palmer

Professor of Nuclear Science and Engineering, Oregon State University

Todd Palmer, professor of nuclear science and engineering, has been at Oregon State University since 1995. Prior to Oregon State, Palmer served as a physicist in defense sciences at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. His fields of interest include numerical techniques for radiation transport and diffusion, reactor physics, general numerical methods, Monte Carlo methods, radiation hydrodynamics, and high-performance computing.

Alan Fern

Professor of Computer Science and Associate Head of Research, Oregon State University

Alan Fern is a professor of computer science and associate head of research at Oregon State University. His research interests span a range of topics in artificial intelligence, including machine learning and automated planning/control, with a particular interest in the intersection of those areas. He received a National Science Foundation CAREER award in 2006 and is an associate editor for the Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research and Machine Learning Journal.

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Date & Time: Wednesday, April 22, 2018