WVU is considering offering a three-credit hour online course on Applications of
Parallel Computing in the 2019 spring semester.
To help us gauge interest, please
complete the survey by Wednesday, Oct. 17. This initiative would
be a partnership with XSEDE, an organization that coordinates the sharing of advanced
digital services, and the University of California, Berkeley.
Applications of Parallel Computing is designed to teach students how to program
parallel computers to efficiently solve challenging problems in science and engineering.
It would be offered by the Physics and Astronomy department as an advanced course,
tutored by Dr. Aldo Romero. The course could benefit students in various disciplines,
including computer science, all types of engineering, physical sciences, biology
and economics. To learn more about the course, view a sample syllabus at