Extended Collaborative Support Service (ECSS)

Please find below news stories published by XSEDE and its affiliates regarding the Extended Collaborative Supports Services (ECSS). 

Supercomputers, XSEDE Resources Help Reduce Jet Engine Noise

A researcher at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign is reducing sound from jet engines for his NASA- and Navy-funded research. He’s using resources provided through an organization based...

Over 16M worth of XSEDE and NSF computing resources allocated

Over $16M worth of XSEDE NSF computing resources allocated to deserving researchers At its March quarterly XSEDE Resource Allocations Committee (XRAC) review, a total of 324 million...

Learning more about ECSS

Learning More about XSEDE's Extended Collaborative Support Service By Jan Zverina, XSEDE External Relations One of the largest areas within the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery...

Science of Jet Noise

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XSEDE Awards more than 17 million

XSEDE awards more than $17M worth of compute resources At its September quarterly XSEDE Resource Allocations Committee (XRAC) review, a total of 345.5 million computing hours, valued at...

2015 Fellows Named

2015 Champions Fellows Named Five XSEDE Campus Champion fellows have been named for the coming calendar year.  Be sure to watch the presentations from our 2014 Fellows at the XSEDE15...

A Catalyst for Complexity

A Catalyst for Complexity XSEDE Programs Help Archeologists Master HPC, Model Human Origins by Ken Chiacchi a, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center April 22, 15 Picture an...

136 projects win access to XSEDE NSF supercomputing resources

At its March quarterly XSEDE Resource Allocations Committee (XRAC) review, a total of 291 million computing hours, valued at just under $15 million, were awarded to 136 deserving projects...

XSEDE helps advance biomedical imaging

XSEDE helps advance biomedical imaging technology for better understanding, diagnosing and treating cancer and other diseases

Breaking out of the Digital Graveyard

Breaking out of the Digital Graveyard NCSA Group Uses XSEDE Resources to Extract Meaning from Cursive Script In 1973, a fire broke out at the St. Louis National Personnel Records Center,...

Climate Hydro Models Conent

Bridging models and communities ECSS couples climate, hydro models on Kraken   October 30, 2012 One of XSEDE's primary objectives is making sure that researchers can get...