March 8, 2022: Daniel S. Katz presented a poster, "funcX: Portable serverless computing to enable scalable data science," at the 2022 ADSA Spring meeting.

February 25, 2022: Daniel S. Katz gave a talk on "Parsl & funcX: Build and test challenges" in a SIAM PP22 panel.

January 22nd, 2022: D. S. Katz & K. Chard presented funcX for the Academic Data Science Alliance.

January, 2022: funcX version 0.3.5 released

December 2021: R. Chard presented funcX at NERSC. Watch the video here.

August 2021: D. S. Katz & K. Chard, "Portable serverless computing to enable scalable data science," has been accepted to be presented at the Nov. ADSA Annual meeting.

August 11, 2021: funcX version 0.3.2 released

July 26, 2021: funcX version 0.3.1 released

July 2021: Kyle Chard presented Scalable Scientific Computing with funcX and Parsl at Victoria University of Wellington.

July 8, 2021: funcX version 0.3.0 released

May 2021: funcX was presented as part of the GlobusWorld 2021 Keynote.

May 19, 2021: funcX version 0.2.3 released

April 2021: funcX presentation on use in High Energy Physics accepted to CHEP 2021.

April 2021: Ian Foster and Kyle Chard are presenting funcX as part of a webinar to the New Zealand eScience Infrastructure (NeSI).

April 2021: A funcX poster and presentation have been accepted to SciPy 2021.

March 2021: Dan presented a lightning talk on funcX at Collaborations Workshop 2021.

February 2021: Ryan presented on funcX for parallel and distributed computing in Python at the 12th JLESC Workshop.

October 16, 2020: Dan presented on Parsl: Pervasive Parallel Programming in Python & funcX: A Federated Function Serving Fabric for Science as a guest lecture for LaTech CSC 452/552 & CYEN 405

August 11, 2020: Kyle presented funcX as part of the Linea seminar series.

July 17, 2020: Kyle presented funcX: a Federated Function Serving Fabric for Workflows at the WoWoHa workshop

June 25, 2020: Ryan presented funcX at the ACM HPDC conference.

April 17, 2020: NSF awarded funding to develop funcX to the University of Chicago and the University of Illinois