- A faculty member has a specific research project that will benefit from close interaction with a CISL staff member.
- A staff member from another computational facility visits CISL colleagues to share expertise on specific aspects of provisioning HPC to a scientific community.
- A graduate student visits a specific group or researcher in CISL to support part of his/her thesis research through the analysis of data sets or the development of computational algorithms.
- A faculty advisor or mentor wants to visit CISL at the same time his/her student is involved in an NCAR research program, e.g. SIParCS.
CISL Research and Supercomputing Visitor Program (RSVP)
Students should also consider CISL's SIParCS summer internship program as an alternative to the RSVP program.
Some examples of RSVP visitors are:
RSVP collaborative visits are generally expected to last from 3 to 12 weeks, and must be sponsored by a CISL staff member and have a clear plan for productive interaction.
CISL RSVP visitors are encouraged to engage and interact with the broader NCAR community by presenting seminars, lectures, tutorials as appropriate. (Although this broader scope is not a requirement, preference will be given to visits with the potential for establishing connections with other groups in UCAR as well as CISL.)
Visitor Application Process
For further program information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.