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XSEDE's Extended Collaborative Support program shares insights via symposium series

Talks open to all with slides and audio posted on YouTube

When the subject is data from the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST), the sky's the limit. The LSST, which will house the world's largest camera, perched on a mountaintop in northern Chile, has as a goal detecting signatures of dark energy and dark matter. The challenge of what to do with the coming torrent of data from the LSST was the first topic in a new symposium series from XSEDE (Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment), the National Science Foundation cyberinfrastructure program.

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Last Updated on Monday, 18 June 2012 10:14
 

Blacklight Goes to Work at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

The world’s largest shared-memory system, a resource of XSEDE, has rapidly proven itself as a productive tool in research across a range of fields.

PITTSBURGH, November 9, 2011Blacklight has rapidly proven its mettle in many scientific fields. This newest system of the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC), an SGI® Altix® UV1000, acquired in July 2010 with help from a $2.8 million award from the National Science Foundation, is a resource of XSEDE, the NSF cyberinfrastructure program, where it has opened new capability for U.S. scientists and engineers.

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DiMatteo's Research Featured in Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

PITTSBURGH, March 23, 2009 - The research of PSC user Tiziana DiMatteo, cosmologist at Carnegie Mellon University, was featured in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review on Saturday, after she presented an overview of her cosmological simulations on Friday as part of the American Physical Society conference in Pittsburgh, Mar. 16-20.

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DiMatteo Presents Black Hole Simulations at AAAS

PITTSBURGH, February 7, 2009 - PSC user Tiziana DiMatteo, cosmologist at Carnegie Mellon University, presented an overview of her cosmological simulations at PSC as part of the "Big, Small, and Everything in Between: Simulating Our World Using Scientific Computing" session at the 2009 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Annual Meeting in Chicago.

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The TeraGrid is Transforming Research, Say Physicists at the American Physical Society Meeting in Pittsburgh

For academic researchers, these powerful resources are free, and though not all proposals get all they request, almost every proposal is granted access.

PITTSBURGH, March 30, 2009 - "High-performance computing is transforming physics research," said Ralph Roskies, co-scientific director of the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC), during a presentation on Friday, March 20, at the American Physical Society Meeting, held in Pittsburgh, March 16-20.

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