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Building a Better Carbon Trap

Blacklight Helps Researchers Develop Better Materials for Carbon Capture

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In the aftermath of the infamous "Climategate" leak of scientists' emails, it’s becoming clear that the climate science never really was in question. Human generation of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gasses is altering the global climate. Which leaves us with a difficult question. Today’s world is very dependent on carbon-dioxide-generating fossil fuels. How do we make our economy “carbon neutral” while still having an economy?

Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 May 2013 09:00 Read more...
 

Research Internships in Big Data Available at PSC

The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC), a joint project of Carnegie Mellon, the University of Pittsburgh, and Westinghouse Electric Company, has openings for two undergraduate student interns to gain research experience relating to graph analytics for big data. The Sherlock project (www.psc.edu/sherlock) explores novel approaches to large-scale analytics, especially graph analytics and the development of sophisticated, heterogeneous workflows for big data. Sherlock features sophisticated, purpose-built computer hardware – a YarcData uRiKA data appliance with PSC enhancements – and optimized implementations of W3C-standard software. Research opportunities may include elements of data modeling and analysis, application development using RDF and SPARQL or natively on the graph analytic platform, and performance analysis. These internships, supervised by senior members of PSC’s Strategic Applications Group, will provide unique experience at the frontier of big data research.

Applicants should send CVs and statements of interest to Dr. Nick Nystrom at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 March 2013 09:59
 

Sherlock: The Next Big Thing in the Big Data World

PSC's Nick Nytrom talks about Sherlock, a uRiKA graph-analytics appliance from YarcData designed to discover unknown relationships or patterns hidden in extremely large and complex bodies of information.

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 February 2013 10:21
 

Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center and ANSYS Partner to Provide High Performance Computing for Academic Research

Pittsburgh, February 4, 2013 — Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) today announced the formation of a strategic academic partnership with ANSYS (NASDAQ: ANSS), a leader in engineering simulation software. PSC is a national center for high-performance computing, funded by multiple federal and state agencies and a service provider (SP) in the NSF XSEDE program, enabling computational science nationwide. As a result of the new partnership, PSC will be able to provide exceptional engineering simulation resources to academia. It will be the only SP in the XSEDE program to offer access to the full ANSYS multiphysics simulation software suite.

Last Updated on Monday, 08 April 2013 09:17 Read more...
 

Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center Symposium Launches “Sherlock”

Will Discover Relationships in Complex Masses of Data

On February 1, the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) will host an event and symposium to launch its newest supercomputer, Sherlock. A uRiKA graph-analytics appliance from YarcData, Sherlock is designed to discover unknown relationships or patterns hidden in extremely large and complex bodies of information.

Attendees may register for the event at: https://www.psc.edu/index.php/events/sherlocklaunch.

Last Updated on Monday, 04 February 2013 13:25 Read more...
 


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