What is Supercomputing and Why Should You Care?

Ralph Roskies, PSC scientific co-director 

PITTSBURGH, January 31, 2011 - Ralph Roskies, PSC scientific co-director, will speak at Pittsburgh's Cafe Scientifique, a series of talks about science held in an unstuffy atmosphere with food and drink at the Carnegie Science Center. Roskies' talk on Feb. 7 will discuss how supercomputers have immense power to improve our quality of life. Doors open at 6 pm. The program is 7 - 9.

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