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Buckyball Bowling with BigBen and Wiimo in Reno
[2007.12.04]
At Supercomputing '07 in Reno, Nevada, Nov. 10-16, the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) attracted attention at its booth with an innovative hybrid of game technology and supercomputing.

PSC Wins Two Awards for Innovation
[2007.11.13]
HPCwire, a leading electronic news outlet for high-performance computing and communication, awarded two of its 2007 Reader's Choice Awards for innovation to the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

PSC at SC07: Bioscience via TeraGrid, K-12 & ZEST
[2007.11.07]
At Supercomputing '07, Nov. 13-15 in Reno, Nevada, research presentations at the PSC booth (#587) will highlight three TeraGrid-enabled, distributed-computing projects in biomedicine

PSC & Cisco Researchers Author New Internet Standard
[2007.10.24]
Researchers from PSC's Advanced Networking group in collaboration with Cisco Systems have proposed a new Internet standard to help diagnose and resolve network performance problems.

Moses Joins PSC as Executive Director
[2007.9.17]
David Moses, co-founder and former chief operating officer of Gaussian, Inc., has joined the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center as executive director.

Pittsburgh Students Are Science Winners at TeraGrid '07
[2007.6.25]
Two Pittsburgh ninth-graders, one from North Allegheny High School and one from Fox Chapel Area High School, were prize winners in a science competition at TeraGrid ‘07, the annual conference of the National Science Foundation cyberinfrastructure program, June 4-8 at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin.

PSC Sails to Victory at TeraGrid 07
[2007.6.07]
Starboard, port, tack, jibe, jib, boom - accommodating to technical terminology that has nothing to do with cyberinfrastructure and thanks to Chris Hopman of the University of Wisconsin's Hoofers Sailing Club, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center won the TeraGrid 07 Regatta.

Atkins to Speak at TeraGrid ‘07
[2007.5.22]
The second annual TeraGrid conference, being held June 4-8 in Madison, Wisconsin, will provide the scientific community with opportunities for knowledge sharing, collaboration and technologies to enable scientific discovery using the resources of the TeraGrid.

PSC Researchers Author Standard for Improved Network Performance
[2007.5.11]
Researchers from PSC's Advanced Networking group have authored a new standard for improved Internet performance.

PSC Provides Major Support for Unprecedented NOAA and University of Oklahoma Storm-Forecast Experiment
[2007.5.10]
PSC improved performance of the forecast model, automated the daily runs and coordinated a dedicated high-bandwidth link.

TeraGrid ’07 Speakers Include Jones, Maechling and Strong
[2007.4.09]
One of the country’s preeminent leaders in information technology, Anita K. Jones, who directed research at the Department of Defense from 1993-97, managing a budget of $11 billion, will deliver the keynote speech at TeraGrid ’07, the second annual TeraGrid conference, June 4 – 8 in Madison, Wisconsin.

Parting Words from PSC Executive Director Beverly Clayton
[2007.03.31]
HPCwire got the opportunity to ask Ms. Clayton to reflect on her time at PSC and to share her thoughts about managing a supercomputing center for over two decades.

PSC Executive Director Beverly Clayton Retires
[2007.03.14]
Beverly Clayton, who has served as the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center's executive director since its founding in 1986, has announced her retirement effective March 31.

Supercomputing Center Partners with Technology Council to Promote Regional Business Innovation
[2007.3.07]
The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) together with the Pittsburgh Technology Council will present “An Introduction to High Performance Computing: A Symposium for Regional Industry” on Friday, April 20 at the Sheraton Station Square.

PSC Receives Heinz Grant for Science Education
[2007.2.16]
The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) has received $150,000 from the Heinz Endowments Education program to help prepare area high-school science teachers to use modeling and simulation tools in the classroom.

Cornell Theory Center Becomes TeraGrid Science Gateway
[2007.1.24]
The Cornell Theory Center (CTC), an interdisciplinary research center at Cornell University focused on providing cyberinfrastructure resources for research and education, today announced its connection and partnership with the NSF's TeraGrid.