NCSA @ SC14 | National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois

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  1. Play NCSA’s Flops Fever!

    Illinois students have created a free iOS game for NCSA! Read more

    released on 11.16.11

  2. NCSA, Cray partner on sustained-petascale Blue Waters supercomputer

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    released on 11.14.11

  3. Illinois informatics PhD program now recruiting

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    released on 11.08.11

  4. Parallel Tools Platform user group meeting to be held during SC11

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    released on 10.13.11

  5. NCSA’s Jim Barlow to give talk on ‘Tracking a Hacker’

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    released on 10.05.11

  6. NCSA awarded $7.7 million for Dark Energy Survey data management

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    released on 10.05.11

  7. NCSA, Indiana University co-sponsoring security workshop

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    released on 10.05.11

  8. 153 teraflop Forge supercomputer now available at NCSA

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    released on 09.15.11

  9. ‘Things you couldn’t do otherwise’

    John Thaler talked to J. William Bell about the relationships between physics and astronomy, between NCSA and other parts of the University, and the importance of both. Read more

    released on 09.09.11

  10. The eye of the storm

    What does a monster hurricane look like as it develops? NCSA's Advanced Visualization Laboratory (AVL) will show you. Read more

    released on 09.09.11

  11. Eight is not enough

    A team of Illinois chemists discovers that a previously unknown type of bond is responsible for the stability of molecules with more bonds than the Octet Rule predicts. Read more

    released on 09.09.11

  12. Drug delivery

    Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago rely on NCSA resources to develop nanocarriers that deliver drugs right to the affected area. Read more

    released on 09.09.11

  13. Trying new things

    Exploring new technologies and dreaming up ways to apply them characterize NCSA. Expanding capabilities extends to staff like Melanie Loots as well. Read more

    released on 09.09.11

  14. User reflections: John Hawley

    A chat with NCSA researcher John Hawley. Read more

    released on 09.09.11

  15. Behind the scenes of NCSA: Data aces

    The Storage Enabling Technologies group of Jason Alt, Michelle Butler, Jim Glasgow, Chad Kerner, Andy Loftus, and Alex Parga are responsible for reliably storing the data of NCSA's supercomputer users. Read more

    released on 09.09.11