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Parallel computing conference to bring experts to Indianapolis

International Conference on Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics, sponsored in part by IU Pervasive Technology Institute, slated for May 14-17

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Alisa Alering named new Science Node managing editor

Writer, editor, researcher to raise awareness of science via Indiana University-based online magazine

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Free - Supercomputing in Plain English

A High Performance Computing Workshop Series offered by the OU Supercomputing Center for Research and Education

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IU replaces Mason supercomputer with Carbonate

Mason, Indiana University's large memory computer cluster, was retired on January 1, 2018.

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Matt Link named associate vice president for Research Technologies

Longtime IT employee leads team that manages the advanced IT facilities and tools crucial to scientific discovery and research

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Jetstream REU recruitment starts now!

Jetstream will be holding a Research Experiences for Undergraduates program in summer of 2018

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IU-based startup makes adding 4-D effects a breeze

PTI's Chauncey Frend builds patent-pending cy.PIPES system to allow developers to control immersive environmental conditions

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Achieving a better understanding of drug and alcohol addiction with BRII+

Medical genomics researchers at Indiana University are making great strides in helping medical researchers and clinicians to better understand the genetic underpinnings of drug addiction and alcohol dependence.

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BRII helps IU researchers to safely study dangerous pathogens

Research being done on dangerous viruses at IU is aided by Big Red II

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Emergency Humanitarian Mapping Workshop at IU's Scholars' Commons

An emergency humanitarian mapping workshop November 17, 2017 at 2pm in IU's Scholars' Commons.

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Supercomputing Pathfinder helping researchers find their way to IU resources

The new Pathfinder service was developed to aid researchers in finding the HPC resources that best fit their needs.

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Indiana University researchers, scientists put the “super” in computing

Leaders from the Pervasive Technology Institute, Global Research Network Operations Center, and School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering ready to share, learn at supercomputing conference

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IU hosts cybersecurity workshop to help opposites attract

Technology “matchmakers” want to bring researchers and practitioners together

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Promoting cybersecurity for open science: CTSC plays key role in URISC workshop at SC17

The Center for Trustworthy Scientific Cyberinfrastructure (CTSC) developed a special introduction to open-source materials

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Students: Apply for next month's Security Matters Cybercamp by November 12

Camps feature fun, hands-on activities, and ample time for questions and answers

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Inside the bunker

The IU Data Center, a 90,000-square-foot concrete building designed to withstand an EF5 tornado, is home to the university’s supercomputers and administrative data

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OPTIMISTIC about improved nursing home care

OPTIMISTIC, led by Dr. Kathleen Unroe and Dr. Greg Sachs of Indiana University, aims to improve nursing home care

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Slippery Rock University begins high performance scientific computing with help from IU

IU and Dell team up to build a new high performance computing cluster at Slippery Rock University.

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Indiana University provides cybersecurity expertise to U.S. Navy in expanding partnership

Craig Jackson and Scott Russell of the Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research will work with NSWC Crane officials to develop new capabilities

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Supercomputing and seismology—IU Research Technologies brings them together

Workshop detailed how geoscientists can use big data effectively

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