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 Panelists: Chris Hoffmann (Purdue Computer Science/​Rosen Center for Advanced Computing), Amar Kumar (Eli Lilly), Bob Zigon (Beckman Coulter) Panelists: Chris Hoffmann (Purdue Computer Science/​Rosen Center for Advanced Computing), Amar Kumar (Eli Lilly), Bob Zigon (Beckman Coulter)
  
-Questions addressed by the panel members include: What kinds of computational thinking abilities are required by scientists in industry? ​ What do scientists need to know about computer science? ​ What is the skill set needed and expected from the future scientists? How permeable are the boundaries of the disciplines,​ and do they require a broad interdisciplinary basis? ​ The panel will address the view that many scientists are now using computers to solve scientific problems and that understanding how computations are performed is becoming fundamental to scientific research.  ​+Questions addressed by the panel members include: What kinds of computational thinking abilities are required by scientists in industry? ​ What do scientists need to know about computer science? ​ What is the skill set needed and expected from the future scientists? How permeable are the boundaries of the disciplines,​ and do they require a broad interdisciplinary basis? ​ The panel will address the view that many scientists are now using computers to solve scientific problems and that understanding how computations are performed is becoming fundamental to scientific research. 
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 +===== Building Community: Where do we go from here? ===== 
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 +Now that we have seen what we’re all doing, what’s next?  How can we share our individual results with one another? ​ Can we narrow our individual efforts, but gain through collective efforts? ​ This session is a roundtable discussion to gather ideas on how to continue the collaboration begun at this workshop. 
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 +Starter ideas include: creating a mailing list (“listserv”),​ newsgroup, RSS feed; creating/​linking web pages, blog sites, or social networking groups; establishing a presence on SourceForge or other code sharing site; using a wiki to develop course materials, projects, problem sets, and exams; sharing classroom experiences (examples, techniques/​technologies);​ collecting and reviewing text books, reference books, and other materials (“best practices”). 
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