Research Spotlight: Professor David Dowdy

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David Dowdy is a Professor and Executive Vice Dean for Academic Affairs at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
His research group, TB Modeling and Translational Epidemiology Group, focuses on the dynamic/mechanistic modeling of diseases like HIV and Tuberculosis (TB) to inform public health decision-making.

February Training Sessions

February training Sessions ARCH will be providing the following training sessions: 1.  SLURM Best Practices Date: Tuesday, February 6th 2:00 PM -4:00 PM Location: Bloomberg (P&A) 475 2. OpenOnDemand, Python Environments, R-Studio Date: Wednesday, February 7th, 2:00 -4:00 PM Location: Bloomberg (P&A) 475 Attendance on-premise is strongly recommended but sessions can be attended via Zoom.  […]

January Training Sessions

January Training Sessions We will be providing the following training sessions:       1. General Linux and Rockfish Queueing System  Date: Wednesday, January 17th, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM  Location: Bloomberg (P&A) 4752. Navigating Rockfish and New Queueing Configuration  Date: Wednesday, January 17th, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM  Location: Bloomberg (P&A) 475Attendance on-premise is strongly recommended, but sessions can be attended via […]

Rockfish January Outage

Planned January Rockfish outage Latest Posts UPDATE: Jan 16, 12:00 pm EST The maintenance window has concluded. We recommend checking and/or restarting jobs that relied on home directories since they may have been interrupted during the outage. Original: Jan 4th, 3:00 pm EST Rockfish will experience an outage on Tuesday, January 16th from 08:30 AM to 02:30 […]

Rockfish Cluster Queue Configuration:

As of January 9th, 2024, partitions and cues will be reconfigured to allow more effective utilization of resources. We have made a video that describes the new configuration for the Rockfish cluster.

Staff Spotlight: Ricardo Jacomini

Ricardo Jacomini began his journey at Hopkins in 2018 as a Postdoctoral Fellow. Following that, he contributed to ARCH as a Software Engineer for two years before transitioning to the new role as an Assistant Research Scientist.