What To Learn and Teach - All

January 27, 2016 at 5-6:30pm in BIDS, 190 Doe Library


If you can’t join us, but would like to request to learn or teach a topic related to scientific computing, please fill out this google form.

Discussion: What Do You Want To Learn and What Can You Teach

Our first meeting of the semester will be focused on introductions and building this semester’s schedule of topics. To mold the upcoming schedule of topics to your needs and desires, please attend. We will engage in a fun democratic exercise in which we each offer and request knowledge. In this way, we’ll keep THW relevant by weighing in on what topics are important to us as a community. To request particular sessions, volunteer some useful knowledge, or just hang out, please join us at 4:00pm in Room 190 of Doe Library.

This semester, we’re going to try to have a visualization theme. Everyone visualizes results of some kind. So, bring us your tools, your examples, your demos, and your problems. Bring us your plots, timeseries, volumetric images, videos, or interactive charts and graphs. We’re ready to see it all.

First Time Attendees

We are very hopeful that many new faces will join us this semester. We would especially love your input at this meeting. Your voice will help us to make The Hacker Within as useful and peer-driven as possible.

More information on the how, when, where, and why of this meeting can be found at:


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