CarbonFirst collaboration, led by CICS Distinguished Professor Prashant Shenoy, aims for zero-carbon computing, will use MGHPCC to demonstrate concept. Continue reading UMass Amherst-led Team Awarded $3M Grant to Decarbonize Computing
Cosmological constraints on Dark Matter interactions with Ordinary Matter? Connections between extreme precipitation events in the Northeast US, Atlantic variability, and climate change? Bayesian optimization of categorical variables informed by expert knowledge? This month’s selection of publications featuring research using the MGHPCC.
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Selected as Best Short Paper for Workforce Development, Training, Diversity and Education Track by PEARC21 Continue reading Paper Outlines Expansion of Cyberinfrastructure Portal
MGHPCC among three computing centers to participating in an NSF award supporting nationwide cyberinfrastructure.
Continue reading Accelerating Science from Idea to Publication with Bold National Research Platform
The impact of dust on cosmic microwave background radiation measurements? Waiting policies for cloud-enabled schedulers? Staphylococcal nuclease mutants? This month’s selection of publications featuring research using the MGHPCC.
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Annual Award Tops $75k Continue reading Mayor Announces Recipients of MGHPCC Scholarships
Electrosythesis of ethylene? Enhancing physical activity in sedentary older adults? Uncertainty analysis of the future cost of wind energy on climate change mitigation? This month’s selection of publications featuring research using the MGHPCC.
Continue reading May Publications
The Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center is located in Holyoke, in large part, because of the low-cost, green energy available there. Business West reports on the green credentials of their electricity supplier, HG&E. Continue reading Holyoke’s Utility Takes Leadership Role in Green Energy
Equivariant wavelets? Exciton-phonon interactions? Finite quantum baths? Evolution of the codling moth pheromone? This month’s selection of publications featuring research using the MGHPCC.
Continue reading April Publications
Agreement includes generous software subscriptions and $20 million grant. Expansion offers BU and other members of the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center (MGHPCC), resources to make a greater impact on open cloud research.
Continue reading BU and Red Hat Extend, Expand Partnership for Cloud Research