Grant Wilson is a professor of astronomy at Umass Amherst. Wilson’s research lies at the intersection of new cameras and telescopes that operate at millimeter and submillimeter (mm/submm) wavelengths and the science enabled by them; science with the potential to shed new light on how galaxies and the stars they hold, form and evolve. Continue reading Dusty with a Chance of Star Formation→
Pushing performance through computer architecture and algorithm development.
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David Kaeli heads the Northeastern University Computer Architecture Research (NUCAR) Laboratory, a group focused on the performance and design of high-performance computer systems and software. Continue reading Stronger. Faster. Better.→
The HPC Day conference provides a showcase of computational research in science, engineering and computer science research being carried out in the New England area. This full-day conference which took place this year on May 18, 2018 at Northeastern University featured feature speakers from NSF, research and educational leaders across the region. Continue reading Northeastern University Hosts 4th Annual HPC Day→
The Northeast Research and Education Network, NEREN’s, April 6 seminar at Markley’s One Summer Street, Boston, MA location, featured presentations by John Goodhue, Executive Director, Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center, “Improving Integration of Science DMZs in the Northeast,” Saul Youssef, Research Associate Professor, Boston University, Carnegie-Mellon University, “Northeast Storage Exchange (NESE)” and Ted Slater, Global Head, Scientific AI and Analytics, Cray, “Trends in the Convergence of AI and HPC.” Opportunities to tour the Markley facility, and an afternoon breakout session, followed a networking lunch. Continue reading NEREN Seminar: “Bridging the Gap: Advancing Regional Collaboration and Research IT Collaboration”→
Originating in May 2017, the Northeast Cyberteam Initiative is a 3-year NSF-funded effort to build a regional pool of Research Computing Facilitators to support researchers at small and mid-sized institutions in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont. In this video, executive director John Goodhue discusses the program.
Paul Whitford is an assistant professor of physics at Northeastern University. He uses high performance computing to study the dynamics of biological systems to understand the physical principles that govern the dynamics of cells.Continue reading Modeling Molecular Engines→