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  1. Host the HPC Workflow Workshop at your site in August

    This multi-site workshop provides a convenient way for researchers to learn about the latest techniques and technologies related to workflows on high performance computing systems without having to travel long distances to attend. Read more

    released on 06.13.16

  2. NCSA’s Blue Waters Symposium kicks off Monday

    NCSA’s Blue Waters Symposium kicks off Monday

    The symposium brings together users of the Blue Waters supercomputer as well as leaders in petascale computational science and engineering to share successes and methods on topics ranging from celestial exploration to river bottom silt. Read more

    released on 06.09.16

  3. Whole Tale enables new discovery by bringing ‘life’ to research articles

    Whole Tale enables new discovery by bringing ‘life’ to research articles

    "Whole Tale," a new, five-year, $5 million National Science Foundation-funded Data Infrastructure Building Blocks' (DIBBs) project, aims to give researchers the same instructions and ingredients to help ensure reproducibility and pave the way for new discoveries. Read more

    released on 06.08.16

  4. Cool work on Blue Waters earns Illinois professors editor’s choice pick

    Cool work on Blue Waters earns Illinois professors editor’s choice pick

    The blazing fast processing speed of the Blue Waters supercomputer yielded frigid results and a hot honor for University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign chemistry professor So Hirata. Read more

    released on 06.07.16

  5. Great Lakes Consortium awards access to Blue Waters supercomputer to 11 research projects

    Science and engineering teams across the country receive computing time on Blue Waters. Read more

    released on 06.02.16

  6. Rep. Darin LaHood delivers statement on NITRD Program, NCSA Blue Waters

    Rep. Darin LaHood delivers statement on NITRD Program, NCSA Blue Waters

    The House Science, Space, & Technology Committee unanimously passed the “Networking and Information Technology Research and Development Modernization Act of 2016." The bill is written to update the High Performance Computing Act of 1991 and modernize the NITRD Program in line with recent recommendations from the President’s Council of Advisors for Science and Technology (PCast). Read more

    released on 05.25.16

  7. U.S. Capitol Hill screens ‘Solar Superstorms’ featuring NCSA visualizations

    U.S. Capitol Hill screens ‘Solar Superstorms’ featuring NCSA visualizations

    The National Science Foundation (NSF), the supercomputer company Cray Inc., and Sens. Bill Nelson of Florida and Gary Peters of Michigan invite members of the media to attend a special screening of the documentary "Solar Superstorms" May 25 at the Russell Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C. Read more

    released on 05.23.16

  8. Supercomputing Leader, NVIDIA CTO Steve Oberlin to give NCSA 30th Anniversary Featured Lectures

    Supercomputing Leader, NVIDIA CTO Steve Oberlin to give NCSA 30th Anniversary Featured Lectures

    Steve Oberlin, chief technology officer for accelerated computing at NVIDIA, will give two NCSA 30th Anniversary Featured Lectures on May 26. The morning talk is tailored for NCSA staff, Computer Science, and Electrical and Computer Engineering students and faculty. The second talk is open to the public. Read more

    released on 05.18.16

  9. NCSA Welcomes National Academy Report

    NCSA Welcomes National Academy Report

    NCSA welcomes the recommendations in the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s newly released report. Read more

    released on 05.13.16

  10. XSEDE16 registration open!

    XSEDE16 registration open!

    XSEDE16 will showcase the discoveries, innovations, challenges and achievements of those who use and support XSEDE resources and services, as well as other digital resources and services throughout the world. Read more

    released on 05.11.16

  11. Tiny terrors: Researcher works to uncover how bacteria develop antibiotic resistance through efflux

    Tiny terrors: Researcher works to uncover how bacteria develop antibiotic resistance through efflux pumps

    Fatemeh Khalili-Araghi of University of Illinois at Chicago is working to understand how efflux pumps function and contribute to bacteria becoming more resistant to antibiotics. Read more

    released on 05.05.16

  12. NCSA intern attends Sundance Film Festival as Ebert Film Criticism Fellow

    NCSA intern attends Sundance Film Festival as Ebert Film Criticism Fellow

    Sara Pelaez's internship with NCSA led her to interview the director of programming of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Read more

    released on 05.04.16

  13. NCSA-enabled IMAX movie “A Beautiful Planet” premiering locally

    NCSA-enabled IMAX movie “A Beautiful Planet” premiering locally

    Savoy 16 theater to show "A Beautiful Planet" Sunday, 11:30 a.m. Read more

    released on 04.27.16

  14. Five fast facts you should know about Alzheimer’s research on the Blue Waters supercomputer

    Five fast facts you should know about Alzheimer’s research on the Blue Waters supercomputer

    Computationally intensive analyses are being done on the Blue Waters supercomputer in an effort to better understand and treat Alzheimer's disease. Read more

    released on 04.27.16

  15. Nine University of Illinois researchers selected for NCSA Fellowships

    Nine University of Illinois researchers selected for NCSA Fellowships

    This competitive program provides seed funding for demonstration or start-up projects, workshops, and/or other activities with the potential to lead to longer-term collaborations around research, development and education with particular interest in projects that can lead to stimulating demos of extreme-scale cyberinfrastructure. Read more

    released on 04.21.16