The Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) webinar series is a set of eight introductory sessions designed to introduce HSS researchers to digital tools available through the Compute Canada Federation, as well as other out-of-the-box solutions and techniques. Registrants may attend as many or as few of the eight sessions as they wish.
About This Session
National compute infrastructures in North America (Compute Canada and XSEDE) are a compelling option, providing no-cost compute allocations for researchers and offering support from technical staff interested in and familiar with humanities computing needs. This workshop will introduce participants to XSEDE, and proceed through a hands-on tutorials on research methods that benefit from the additional compute power provided by this infrastructures, specifically photogrammetry using PhotoScan.
Instructor: Tassie Gnaidy, University of Indiana