State of EAPS

Entire EAPS Community Welcome!

Our Head of the Department, Rob van der Hilst, will recognize all that EAPS has to offer, reflect on the past year, and look at what is ahead in 2019.

A reception will be held immediately following the presentation in 54-923. 

Green AI 2020 - Tutorial and Hackathon

Green AI 2020:
SPEED UP & GREEN UP YOUR AI - TUTORIAL AND HACKATHON

Come learn how to start using MIT's newest and greenest AI supercomputers Satori (available now) and TX-Gaia (coming soon to MIT).
Compete in a speed-up & green-up hackathon on Satori and get access to Hundreds of GPUs.
$1000 Cash Prizes! Prizes will be awarded for performance, innovation and efficiency improvements.

Show up for part or all, bring your own code or use some of ours, compete or spectate!

Green AI 2020 - Tutorial and Hackathon

Green AI 2020:
SPEED UP & GREEN UP YOUR AI - TUTORIAL AND HACKATHON

Come learn how to start using MIT's newest and greenest AI supercomputers Satori (available now) and TX-Gaia (coming soon to MIT).
Compete in a speed-up & green-up hackathon on Satori and get access to Hundreds of GPUs.
$1000 Cash Prizes! Prizes will be awarded for performance, innovation and efficiency improvements.

Show up for part or all, bring your own code or use some of ours, compete or spectate!

Green AI 2020 - Main Intro Session

Green AI 2020:
SPEED UP & GREEN UP YOUR AI - TUTORIAL AND HACKATHON

Come learn how to start using MIT's newest and greenest AI supercomputers Satori (available now) and TX-Gaia (coming soon to MIT).
Compete in a speed-up & green-up hackathon on Satori and get access to Hundreds of GPUs.
$1000 Cash Prizes! Prizes will be awarded for performance, innovation and efficiency improvements.

Show up for part or all, bring your own code or use some of ours, compete or spectate!

EAPS Taskforce 2023 Retreat

As EAPS approaches its 40th anniversary in 2023, we ought to ensure that we are still optimally organized and positioned to stay at—or define—the leading edge of what we do. If we were to create a department today, how would we do it and what would it look like?

Divided into three topical working groups, EAPS Task Force 2023 has spent the last many months conducting surveys of the community, convening special meetings and workshops, and evaluating other MIT departments and peer institutions to see what works and what does not.

EAPS Taskforce 2023 Retreat

As EAPS approaches its 40th anniversary in 2023, we ought to ensure that we are still optimally organized and positioned to stay at—or define—the leading edge of what we do. If we were to create a department today, how would we do it and what would it look like?

Divided into three topical working groups, EAPS Task Force 2023 has spent the last many months conducting surveys of the community, convening special meetings and workshops, and evaluating other MIT departments and peer institutions to see what works and what does not.

EAPS Ornament Contest!

Back by popular demand, it’s the create-your-own ornament competition to decorate the EAPS Festivus Tree in the Ida Green Lounge.

Bring your A-game and create an ornamental masterpiece to be beheld by your coworkers as it dangles from a branch, softly illuminated by twinkly lights.

Make it scientific. Or funny. Whimsical. Grinchy. Sporty. Whatever. Don’t have time, you say? You’re in luck—we’ll also have supplies available at the event for procrastinators, and those who are buried up to their eyeballs in research.

Slow earthquakes: Discoveries and characteristic activities connected to huge earthquakes

Please join us for a special talk by a guest of Profs. Rob Van Der Hilst and Rachel Abercrombie (BU) Tuesday, 11/19, from 1-2:30 PM in 54-915.:

Kazushige Obara

Professor, Earthquake Research Institute University of Tokyo

Slow earthquakes: Discoveries and characteristic activities connected to huge earthquakes

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