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Research Computing Help Sessions: “The Best Thing That Happened For Our Research"

January 31st, 2020
Photo by Ma. Florevel Fusin-Wischusen,  Princeton Institute for Computational Science & Engineering.

"If it's related to doing research on a computer, you can come to a help session to ask your question," says David Luet, senior software and programming analyst, who coordinates the sessions. "Even if we don't know the answer, we'll try to direct you to someone on-campus who will be able to help you."

The number of people attending the sessions grows every year, but they’re still "an underutilized resource," says Halverson. "You just show up and people will go to work for you. Once you get going, it's one-on-one, you get the person's undivided attention."

"The help sessions," says Kalhor, "were probably the best thing that happened for our research."

 

Read more on Research Computing Help Sessions at Princeton here: https://researchcomputing.princeton.edu/news/research-computing-help-sessions-best-thing-happened-our-research

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