Workshop: First Combined International Workshop on Interactive Urgent Supercomputing
Authors: Robert Henschel (Indiana University)
Abstract: What if you had access to a high performance desktop from any endpoint device? What if this desktop allowed you to launch interactive graphical applications like MATLAB or Jupyter Notebooks as well as compose scientific workflows using graphical and command line tools? What if this desktop had enough performance to run the applications and also provided tools to quickly manage and submit jobs to an HPC cluster? Indiana University built such a desktop in 2017 using ThinLinc and has evolved it over the years. This talk will summarize the capabilities of the IU Research Desktop and outline how it helped Indiana University attract more users to our HPC systems.
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