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XSEDE and NICS Release Podcast Focused on African-American History as it Pertains to Non-Traditional Users of HPC

XSEDE releases a new podcast that is an African American History project led by an African American female PI. This is a great example for anyone working with non-traditional users of High Performance Computing. Entitled Recovering Lost History, the story in this podcast revolves around a collaboration of social scientists, humanities scholars, and digital researchers directed at using advanced computing to find and understand the past. To view the podcast, please visit  

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IU Co-Leads Project to Help Researchers Explore Big Data in HathiTrust Digitized Library

Illinois English professor Ted Underwood wants to know how the language describing male and female characters in works of fiction has changed since the late 18th century. He’s using data-mining tools to gather information from thousands of books to answer that question. The problem, though, is that books published after 1922 are still under copyright protection and their content can’t be shared freely online. "There are hundreds of thousands of books out there, and we don’t talk about them," Underwood said. "That ...

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Apply Today: The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Summer School for Computational Genomics

June 13-24, 2016  - New York, New York

The program is designed for graduate students and professionals who have a strong interest in the intersection of computer science, genetics, and medicine. There will be sessions on the human genome, genetic variation, and genome technologies, and there will be introductory sessions on Unix, Python, Galaxy Toolkit, and scripting. This program is funded through NIH grant Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) 1R25EB020393. For more information, please visit http...

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SDSC Gordon Supercomputer Used to Test Compounds for Uncoupler ActivitiesA

Antibiotic resistance has been called one of the world’s most pressing health problems, with some studies suggesting that, absent major improvements in drug discovery, by 2050 more individuals will die from drug-resistant bacterial infections than cancer. To help stem this nightmare scenario, a team of researchers – with the aid of the Gordon supercomputer at the San Diego Supercomputer Center based at UC San Diego – has identified a class of possible antibiotics with the potential to disable previously drug-resistant bacteria. In essence, these new agen...

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Call for Participation: XSEDE16

July 17-21, 2016 - Miami, Florida
Tutorial Submission Deadline – April 1, 2016

 Technical Paper Abstract Deadline - April 15, 2016

 

XSEDE16, the 5th annual conference, will showcase the discoveries, innovations, challenges and achievements of those who use and support XSEDE resources and services, as well as other di...

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Allocation Proposals for Time on Blue Waters Due in April

Application Deadline – April 4, 2016

At least 80 percent of the capacity of Blue Waters—about 150 million node-hours each year—is available to scientists and engineers across the country through the National Science Foundation’s Petascale Computing Resource Allocation program. In 2013, a new NSF-funded petascale computing system, Blue Waters, was deployed at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The goal of this project and system is to open up ne...

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HPC UNIVERSITY BI-WEEKLY CHALLENGE SOLUTION – Postponed Until January 5, 2016

The solution for our December 14, 2015 challenge will appear after the holiday break in early January. So as to refresh your memory after a three-week hiatus, we will repost the challenge on January 4 and follow with the solution on January 5, 2016.

We will attempt to post regularly over the holiday break but posts may turn out to be intermittent.

If you come across an interesting story, study or research article in the meantime, please be sure to let us know!

 

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ORNL Receives ARPA-E Funding for Transformational Energy Technology

The Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory will participate in three research projects that have been awarded $10.2 million in funding from DOE’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy. The funding will be used to develop new alloys, membranes and batteries for energy applications. ORNL received the competitive awards from ARPA-E’s OPEN 2015 program, which serves as an open call to scientists and engineers for transformational technologies outside the scope of ARPA-E’s existing focused programs. Through both open and focused solicitations, ARPA-E funds technologies...

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HPC UNIVERSITY BI-WEEKLY CHALLENGE SOLUTION – Langton's Ant in OpenMP
Solution for the week of November 30, 2015:
 
The "Langton's Ant in OpenMP solution zip file" at the bottom of the challenge contains a solution.
 
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SDSC’s ‘Comet’ Supercomputer Blazing Trails via Science Gateways

Just six months after coming online, Comet, the new petascale supercomputer at the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) at the University of California, San Diego, is already blazing new paths of discovery, thanks in part to its role as a primary resource for an assortment of science gateways that provide scientists across many research domains with easy access to its computing power. Simply described, science gateways provide web browser access to applications and data used by specific research communities. Gateways make it possible to run the available applications on supercomputers su...

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