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Twister

IFRI Tableviewer

Demo for IFRI TableViewer

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HathiTrust Research Center - Connecting People with Human Knowledge

Promotion video for the HathiTrust Research Center

VORTEX

Visualizing data from Vortex2

The visualization unfolds the daily location of a regional weather forecast done in support of Vortex2 field effort that took place May-June 2010. Brighter bars reflect a forecast (roughly state in size, and good for 1 day) that had a National Weather Service issued tornado warning issued for the time in which the forecast was valid. In other words, the D2I-Vortex2 team thought the weather would be severe in that region on that day, and where it was as confirmed by the National Weather Service the bar is brighter!

For more information visit the D2I LEAD project website.

Ready Set Robots

Ready, Set, Robots! Teaser

A teaser for the upcoming Ready, Set, Robots! video from this year's workshop. (2011)

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Polar Grid

Supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation, Polar Grid is an advanced cyberinfrastructure used to support polar science research and provide educational opportunities for student scientists.

Indiana GIS

The Indiana GIS Service

In this video Anna Radue and Justin Paul Peters discuss the Indiana GIS service.

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Fun, Sun and Robots! Pervasive Technology Institute's Summer Technology Workshop (2010)

Indiana high school students with an interest in computer technology, programming or networking worked alongside IU technology professionals to program their own robots during the Pervasive Technology Institute's Fun, Sun and Robots! Summer Technology Workshop.

H1N1 Research

Predicting Epidemic Pathways - Using technology inside the war against H1N1

Alex Vespignani tells how his CNetS group helped to combat the H1N1 outbreak of 2009. 

Beth Plale

Beth Plale discusses the investigation of the In-Situ Archive

Data provenance - or the process of ensuring the history and quality of stored and archived data- is the focus of a new project funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and led by the Data to Insight Center (D2I)

To read the full news release, click here.

For more about the Data to Insight Center, visit: http://pti.iu.edu/d2i/

Stephen Simms

IU & Whamcloud: Partnership to advance Lustre WAN

Stephen Simms talks about how Indiana University partnering with Whamcloud will help advance IU's pioneering work in the use of Lustre over Wide Area Networks (WANs).

For more information, read the IU news release here.

E.T.H.O.S. - Ethical Technologies in the Homes of Seniors

The ETHOS team develops and tests new technologies designed to keep seniors safe in their homes and connected to caregivers, while giving special attention to issues of ethics and privacy related to the use of these technologies.

For more information about E.T.H.O.S, visit: http://ethos.indiana.edu

Vortex2

The Linked Environments for Atmospheric Discovery (LEAD) II system, a cyberinfrastructure platform available through the IU Data to Insight Center, will produce on-the-hour weather forecasts and create up to 600 weather images each day that will be delivered to mobile devices carried in the field by the VORTEX2 storm chasers.

To read the full news-release, click here.

For more information on LEAD II and Vortex2, visit: 
http://dataandsearch.org/dsi/vortex2

Futuregrid Project Kickoff

Brad Wheeler, Geoffrey Fox, Craig Stewart & Robert Schnabel talk at the FutureGrid kickoff event.  This event included scientists, researchers, and staff celebrating IU's $10.1 million dollar NSF grant for FutureGrid: Cloud and Grid Research Testbed to define the Future of Scientific Computing.

For more information about FutureGrid, visit: http://futuregrid.org/

To read the FutureGrid news release, click here.

M.E.A.P. Minority Engineering Advancement Program

The Minority Engineering Advancement Program (M.E.A.P) is a a summer workshop for children grades 6 through 12.  MEAP provides an opportunity for students that are interested in math and science to explore educational and career paths for engineering and technology fields. Students have fun while being introduced to many university and industry areas and participating in hands-on projects and activities.  The workshop is designed for students that are underrepresented in engineering and technology careers.