Undergrads: We have some very high-end technology, and we'll let you use it
You don't have to be a grad student to use the Big Red II supercomputer, Data Capacitor II high-performance storage, Science on a Sphere, virtual reality theaters, or IQ-wall ultra-high resolution displays. (All of which, by the way, make up some of the most sophisticated cyberinfrastructure in higher education -- so seriously, take advantage. This stuff isn't available just anywhere.)
But you do need to apply for accounts first. Act fast! The deadline for spring applications is November 30.
Justin Peters, part of UITS Research Technologies' Research Analytics group recently won the Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial (FOSS4G) for best open source data integration with his IndianaMap developed at Indiana Geological Survey
While traditional geographic maps chart known territory, "science maps," according to the Places & Spaces web site, "serve as visual interfaces to immense amounts of data, depicting myriad objects in ways that allow us to effectively discern apparent outliers, clusters, and trends."
Coordinated from IU's Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center, which is directed by Katy Börner, annual iterations of the collection have been displayed at more than 250 venues in 23 countries and on six continents.
The Journal of Computational Science Education seeks articles from faculty on their implementation of computational science in the classroom and from students describing their experiences with internship and research opportunities.
Are you an investigator with projects in clinical or pre-clinical research or work on projects in the Indiana Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI)? Do you want to make your project more competitive or successful? The Advanced Biomedical IT Core (ABITC) has the technical expertise to help, as the UITS information technology unit that supports clinical research.
XSEDE and UC Berkeley seek partner institutions interested in offering this collaborative, for-credit, online course "Applications of Parallel Computing." The course runs from January 20, 2015 to May 8, 2015.
UITS Research Technologies is providing a variety of sessions for the 2014 "Making it Click" Statewide IT conference. Registration closed on Wednesday, September 24th - but for those attending, make sure to check-out the schedule and plan to attend sessions led by UITS Research Technologies' staff.
This position will support computing resources and develop solutions to provide various statewide user groups access to data and other cyberinfrastructure deliverables of the Missouri Transect, a new five-year project supported by the National Science Foundation's Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR).