Affiliated faculty have access to state of art collaborative workspaces as part of the Laboratory for Advanced Visualization and Applications.
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Workshops that meet the demand for quantitative and computational skills on state-of-the-art topics, ranging from machine learning and databases to probabilistic programming and cloud computing. A list of past and future events is available here.
The Cyber-enabled Collaboration Analysis Navigation and Observation Environment (CyberCANOE) are rooms equipped with ultra-high-resolution display walls, that enable teams of users to work together either locally or remotely sharing visualizations and data.
A total of 17 CyberCANOEs of varying capabilities have been deployed at several locations in Hawai‘i- including the University of Hawai‘i at West Oahu, the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo, and Honolulu Community College.