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Nuclear pasta on displayMatt Caplan, doctoral student at Indiana University in the Department of Physics – Nuclear Theory Center, has been conducting exciting new research on nuclear pasta using the Big Red II supercomputer.
Creating a network of late Renaissance Venice musiciansThe Cyberinfrastructure for Digital Humanities group (CyberDH) in Research Technologies - Pervasive Technology Institute at Indiana University, has enabled successful student research in the humanities.
Write code, save livesOpenMRS is a global project supported and led by Regenstrief Institute and Indiana University that provides an open-source electronic medical record system platform.
OSG and Cancer Computer partnering for the cureCancer Computer recently partnered with Open Science Grid to make available 1,157,122 core hours per year for research at Indiana University School of Medicine (SPLinter project) and Harvard School of Medicine (Structural Biology Grid Science Portal).
Advancing our understanding of the 2015 Indonesian forest firesHow damaging were those 2015 Indonesian forest fires?
Pre-Columbian ceramic vessels digitized and modeledA collaboration between Anna VanderJagt of the CyberDH group and Jennifer St.Germain from the Glenn A. Black Laboratory at Indiana University has resulted in the digitizing and modeling valuable and rare artifacts.
NCGAS provides HPC, training, and networking to Bethune-Cookman University studentsIn a recent collaboration, NCGAS provides HPC, training, and networking to Bethune-Cookman University students
Improving water quality through advanced simulationsWard has been collaborating with IU’s Science Applications and Performance Tuning (SciAPT) and High Performance File Systems (HPFS) groups to optimize the Agro-IBIS code to run in parallel on IU's Big Red 2 supercomputer.
Lustre User Group 17 CFP extended to March 10thShare your experiences with colleagues. Submit an abstract to present at LUG17.
Enabling web-based therapeutic intervention researchIU faculty and staff collaborate to innovate therapeutic research.
LUG17 abstracts due 2/26 - early bird ends 3/25Lustre User Group 2017 at Indiana University reminder regarding participation.
IU Pervasive Technology Institute announces Spring 2017 seminars/workshopsSupercomputing for Everyone Series - seminars, workshops, and PTI affiliated projects.
Phylogenomics workshop in Czech Republic a successIndiana University professor Matthew Hahn presented at the 2017 Workshop on Phylogenomics, held in ?eský Krumlov in the Czech Republic.
D2I releases Data MatchMaker
Podcast: Maintaining and securing internet infrastructureCACR's Susan Sons shares insights with the O'Reilly Security Podcast
LUG17: Call for participationThe Lustre User Group conference invites presentation abstracts, due by February 26, 2017.
IndyStar: Fired IT employee offers to unlock account -- for a priceCACR's Von Welch comments on the pitfalls of business models that depend on the cloud
Indiana University and international partners light 100G transatlantic link over Aqua Comms’ AEConnect subsea cableData sharing between the U.S., Africa and Europe is now three times faster, furthering discovery around the globe
New IU program on internet governance and cybersecurityProgram will build a network of scholars at IU and around the world to address timely questions regarding the security of cyber networks and effective governance of the internet
IU innovations on display at international supercomputing conferenceTech talents from the Pervasive Technology Institute, Global Research Network Operations Center and School of Informatics and Computing hit the spotlight