iHARP champions multiple clusters of research-integrated educational initiatives, with specific focus on facilitating cross-disciplinary collaborations, training next-generation multi-disciplinary researchers and engaging the public in scientific inquiry as related to climate change and data science
The iHARP Institute is committed to involving undergraduate and graduate students from underrepresented groups including female, minority, and other underrepresented groups in its research and internship opportunities.
The iHARP Institute will collaborate with partners to engage high school and middle school students and teachers in machine learning research related to climate change.
The iHARP Institute will design, develop curricula and offer hands-on community workshops, lecture series and training in partnership with related partners. The aim is to advance the access and ease of use for domain scientists, particularly in the Arctic Sciences, to learn how to use AI-enabled capabilities to accelerate their research to discoveries.
The iHARP Institute will offer exhibits for embodied interactive visualization of computational models of ice-sheets and its effect on sea-level changes and flooding events, and engage citizen scientists in cutting-edge climate research for training ML models.