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Supercomputers are making DISSCO different

Sever Tipei, a Professor of Composition-Theory at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, composes with a keyboard -- a QWERTY keyboard, that is, and a healthy appetite for experimentation.

Tools of the 21st Century: HPC, Analytical Ultracentrifugation and a New Detector

UTRC, XSEDE HPC resources used to help uncover a new protein interaction

XSEDE Applauds Nobel Prize Winners for Discovery of Gravitational Waves

The Extreme Science and Engineering Development Environment (XSEDE) congratulates the three scientists who were honored for "decisive contributions to the LIGO detector and the observation of...

Spoiler Alert: Computer Simulations Provide Preview Of Solar Eclipse

Researchers from Predictive Science use TACC, SDSC and NASA supercomputers to forecast corona of the sun

New 3-D Simulations Show How Galactic Centers Cool Their Jets

Theories and models by Berkeley Lab and Purdue University scientists show how instabilities develop in extreme energy releases from black holes

Supercomputing through the grapevine

Jetstream’s collaborative resources take grapevine research to new heights.

Decomposing Bodies

Art history meets deep learning in this digital humanities project that reassembles the lives of nineteenth-century Ohio prisoners.

2017 XSEDE Campus Champions Fellows named

Four researchers will pair up with XSEDE experts for 1 year

ECSS Affiliates program begins with cohort of 4

New XSEDE program to bring more expertise to primary help service

Image Feature Extraction and Demand Estimation on Airbnb: A Deep Learning Approach

The “global sharing economy”—in which nonprofessionals offer paid services via the Web—could add as much as $335 billion to the world’s economy by 2025.
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