Agave with Python for Compute and Analysis Workshop

Date: April 19, 2018 9am-4:30pm

Location: Information Technology Center Room 105A/B, UH Manoa

Presenters: Rion Dooley (TACC), Sean Cleveland(UH), Ron Merrill (UH), David Schanzenbach (UH), and Jennifer Geis(UH)

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This FREE workshop is sponsored by the University of Hawai’i Information Technology Service Cyberinfrastructure group, Texas Advanced Computing Center and Hawai’i EPSCoR.

This workshop focuses specifically on introducing the Agave platform (, Cyverse ( and Python Agave tools that enable advanced compute, data management and analysis on distributed resources.

Attendees will learn about the latest trends in scientific computing and how to access some of these amazing resources,including the UH High Performance computing cluster, for their own research. In addition attendees will learn how to leverage Agave with Python for managing their compute and data. We will introduce other tools such as Docker and Jupyter notebooks that can help enable reproducible scientific analysis.

– We will NOT be teaching Python skills in this workshop, this interactive primer covers the basics (Intro To Python) –


By the end of this workshop attendees will be able to:

Requirements before the Workshop:


Registration is limited. Please Register before April 16th.


Please email with any questions concerning the workshop.