CERCS Education is actively engaged with a host of activities at Georgia Tech and at conferences and seminars externally.
Seminars and Events
- March 1&2 2014 -- The Internet of Things Code-for-Good Hackathon in support of Disaster Relief and Recovery. The event was co-sponsored by CERCS, Intel's Cloud Service team, bringing their new support for the Intel Galileo, and UNICEF's Innovation Team. Registration and organization for the event was handled through the hackerleague.org site. You can find more information at the intro page, or at the real-time updates for the Hackathon progress.
- November 2013 -- See about our 2013 Hack-for-Good Hackathon, co-sponsored by Intel and Pivotal Labs.
-- A special thanks to Cornelia Davis of Pivotal Labs and Brad Hill of Intel for bringing their technical contributions to the party!
-- The flyer for the event.
-- The CERCS Live blog & commentary can be found here!
-- Brad Hill of Intel has a blog post up as well, with some great quotes from last year's speaker, Dr. Marks.
-- Cornelia Davis put up a great summary of her experiences at GT on Pivotal's blog.
- September 2013 -- Dr. Wolf helps out at the IDF 2013 Hackathon & Academic Panel on disruptive trends in hardware (multicore, cloud, and more) as well as education (MOOCS, problem-based education).
- October 2012 -- The first Hack-for-Good Hackathon, co-sponsored by Intel, Doernbecher Children's Hospital, and CERCS.
-- Intel's live blog on the event can be found here!
Online Training and Tutorials
- CERCS Multicore Curriculum -- Multiple CERCS professors have contributed curriculum modules, slides, or even just projects to the CERCS Multicore Repository. It's intended as a resource for professors or other trainers, but some material may be directly useable by a self-studier.