Upcoming Events

24 Jul
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm | July 24, 2024
Zoom link will be provided before the workshop

Join this webinar to see various examples of protocols.io methods, ranging from wet lab protocols to computational biology and clinical research protocols, and learn how to make your protocols complete, interactive and citable using protocols.io.

31 Jul
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm | July 31, 2024
Virtual

The Washington University Libraries virtual book club is an opportunity to read and discuss a book with others. Themes and related materials are also highlighted from special and unique collections. The virtual book club is open to all.

4 Sep
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm | September 4, 2024
Zoom link will be provided before the workshop

This webinar is offered by Becker Library and WashU's Research Infrastructure Services (RIS). Attendees will learn how to use the OOD web interface to connect to and interact with RIS's Scientific Compute platform, and access a variety of software for running jobs on the system.

11 Sep
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm | September 11, 2024
Zoom link will be provided before the workshop

This webinar is offered by Becker Library and WashU's Research Infrastructure Services (RIS). The session will introduce the Unix command line interface, the Unix file system, and basic Unix commands to those with no prior experience with Unix.

18 Sep
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm | September 18, 2024
Zoom link will be provided before the workshop

This webinar is offered by Becker Library and WashU's Research Infrastructure Services (RIS). This session will introduce high performance computing and a variety of software applications used in hpc environments including text editors, shell and batch scripts, Docker container technology, and the ssh protocol.

25 Sep
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm | September 25, 2024
Zoom link will be provided before the workshop

This webinar is offered by Becker Library and WashU's Research Infrastructure Services (RIS). This session will introduce the queue system and basic queue system commands to submit and execute jobs on the Scientific Compute Platform. Attendees will learn how to use Docker images and queue system commands to submit and process jobs.