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  1. NCSA Director featured twice in the Department of Energy’s top 40 scientific milestones of the past

    NCSA Director featured twice in the Department of Energy’s top 40 scientific milestones of the past 40 years

    The list, which was put together by the Department of Energy's Office of Science, celebrates the DOE’s 40th anniversary and features 40 impactful papers from the past 40 years of the DOE to do so. Read more

    released on 09.28.17

  2. NCSA to send 5 women to 2017 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing

    NCSA to send 5 women to 2017 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing

    Meet NCSA's representatives, all of whom will be attending for the first time, and learn what inspired them to pursue a career in technology, why they're excited for GHC, and what they hope to gain from their attendance. Read more

    released on 09.28.17

  3. Fourth gravitational wave found

    Fourth gravitational wave found

    NCSA and Blue Waters supercomputer aid a new era for gravitational wave astrophysics. Read more

    released on 09.27.17

  4. LCI seeking Intermediate Workshop hosts

    LCI seeking Intermediate Workshop hosts

    This workshop provides education and technical training for the deployment and use of computing clusters to the high-performance computing community worldwide. Read more

    released on 09.26.17

  5. NCSA has been nominated for HPCwire Readers’ Choice Awards 2017!

    NCSA has been nominated for HPCwire Readers’ Choice Awards 2017!

    The HPCwire Readers' Choice Awards nominations are out, and NCSA is excited to announce that this year we have received six different nominations. We would be honored to have your vote. Please vote today! Read more

    released on 09.21.17

  6. NCSA hosts 2017 Blue Waters Graduate Fellows

    NCSA hosts 2017 Blue Waters Graduate Fellows

    On September 19-20, 2017, NCSA will welcome the newest cadre of Blue Waters Graduate Fellows, from nine universities across the country, to the University of Illinois campus. Read more

    released on 09.18.17

  7. INCLUSION REU Seeks to Foster Diversity While Exposing Undergrads to Coding Via Open Source Software

    INCLUSION REU Seeks to Foster Diversity While Exposing Undergrads to Coding Via Open Source Software

    "We're doing this because we would like to get students that wouldn't have the opportunity otherwise to think about software, to learn about open source software, and then potentially be able to use that in either graduate school or in industry." – Daniel S. Katz, PI Read more

    released on 09.14.17

  8. LCI seeks hosts

    LCI seeks hosts

    The Linux Clusters Institute is currently seeking applications from institutions interested in hosting the 2018 LCI Introductory Workshop. Read more

    released on 09.13.17

  9. Blue Waters processes final installment of ArcticDEM mapping initiative

    Blue Waters processes final installment of ArcticDEM mapping initiative

    Through partnerships with NSF and the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, ArcticDEM was born and this month it has released the sixth and final installment of some of the most accurate digital elevation data for 32% if the Arctic. Read more

    released on 09.13.17

  10. Illinois launches first U.S. nanomanufacturing node

    Illinois launches first U.S. nanomanufacturing node

    Illinois, NCSA researchers have been awarded a 5-year, $4 million grant from the National Science Foundation to launch the country's first computational node aimed at developing nanomanufacturing simulation tools to improve efficiencies and strengthen the economic viability of nanomanufacturing. Read more

    released on 09.12.17

  11. Getty Foundation grant for collaborative research on Mediterranean cities

    Getty Foundation grant for collaborative research on Mediterranean cities

    The project investigates the layered art histories of medieval Mediterranean cities as the basis for initiating scholarly connections that challenge and move beyond the boundaries of modern historiographies, national narratives and contemporary socioeconomic realities. Read more

    released on 09.11.17

  12. A new cosmic ‘lab’

    A new cosmic ‘lab’

    Researchers linked together the Blue Waters and MIRA supercomputers, and then transferred 1.8 PB of data 1,200 miles. Read more

    released on 08.28.17

  13. NCSA industry conference to highlight business and government breakthroughs

    NCSA industry conference to highlight business and government breakthroughs

    Keynote speakers include John Kuzan, Research Manager at ExxonMobil and NCSA Director Bill Gropp. Read more

    released on 08.23.17

  14. New study uncovers best practices for effective partnerships between public HPC centers and industri

    New study uncovers best practices for effective partnerships between public HPC centers and industrial users

    NCSA, in collaboration with Hyperion Research, has just released the first study of its kind to examine HPC and industry partnerships, aimed at distilling global best practices among these collaborations. Read more

    released on 08.22.17

  15. Illinois faculty and staff can request time on Blue Waters supercomputer

    Illinois faculty and staff can request time on Blue Waters supercomputer

    University of Illinois faculty can submit a proposal until Sep. 15. Read more

    released on 08.17.17