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  1. Blue Waters Graduate Fellow: Sean Seyler

    The Blue Waters Graduate Fellowship was awarded to ten outstanding Ph.D. students in computational science. In this series we're featuring brief introductions to who they are and what they're trying to accomplish. Read more

    released on 12.07.16

  2. NCSA helps researchers access GENI

    NCSA helps researchers access GENI

    GENI uses federated authentication so that experimenters can access GENI using their home organization identities, without needing to create a separate GENI password. Using organizational identities also makes it easier for experimenters to invite each other into project groups. Read more

    released on 12.06.16

  3. Do you hear it now?

    Do you hear it now?

    Blue Waters speeds up gravitational wave analysis Read more

    released on 12.06.16

  4. Blue Waters pushes magnetic reconnection research

    Blue Waters pushes magnetic reconnection research

    Blue Waters researchers use plasma interaction simulations to study magnetic reconnection. Read more

    released on 12.06.16

  5. Unearthing America’s rural history

    Unearthing America’s rural history

    XSEDE researchers spent the last year using algorithms to analyze post-Depression photos, including many destroyed by government officials. Read more

    released on 12.05.16

  6. NCSA’s Matthew Turk joins School of Information Sciences faculty

    NCSA’s Matthew Turk joins School of Information Sciences faculty

    NCSA's Matthew Turk has recently joined the School of Information Sciences (iSchool) faculty at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign as an assistant professor. Turk will retain the same NCSA projects and groups, including group leader of NCSA's Data Exploration Lab, as a faculty affiliate. Read more

    released on 12.05.16

  7. Blue Waters supercomputer research call for proposals

    The Great Lakes Consortium for Petascale Computation is soliciting research proposals, due December 2. Read more

    released on 11.28.16

  8. New research brings earthquake prediction a step closer

    New research brings earthquake prediction a step closer

    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign geology professor Lijun Liu ran models of 100 cores each on Blue Waters to help them develop a method to estimate weakness in the Earth's outer layers. Read more

    released on 11.21.16

  9. Christine Kirkpatrick appointed Executive Director of the National Data Service

    Christine Kirkpatrick appointed Executive Director of the National Data Service

    U.S. data consortium experiencing critical growth selects first executive director. Read more

    released on 11.14.16

  10. Advanced computing for social change

    Advanced computing for social change

    Novel student engagement experience co-located with SC16 Read more

    released on 11.11.16

  11. NCSA booth at SC16 to highlight depth, capabilities

    NCSA booth at SC16 to highlight depth, capabilities

    Series of demonstrations, events make booth #2501 the place to be Read more

    released on 11.10.16

  12. Blue Waters research integrates data to predict E. coli behavior

    Blue Waters research integrates data to predict E. coli behavior

    UC-Davis associate professor and his lab have been using the Blue Waters supercomputer to predict bacterial behavior. Read more

    released on 11.09.16

  13. Blue Waters simulates largest membrane channel made of DNA origami

    Blue Waters simulates largest membrane channel made of DNA origami

    University of Illinois researcher uses Blue Waters to simulate the largest synthetic membrane channel ever made. Read more

    released on 11.07.16

  14. XSEDE spins off annual conference to unite research computing community

    XSEDE spins off annual conference to unite research computing community

    The XSEDE annual conference is transforming into an independent entity designed to unite the high-performance computing and advanced digital research community. Read more

    released on 11.04.16

  15. NCSA remembers Klaus Schulten

    NCSA remembers Klaus Schulten

    Leader in computational modeling has died. Read more

    released on 11.02.16