Stiles Leads PSC Center for Quantitative Biological Simulation
PITTSBURGH, August 11, 2003
PSC is pleased to announce that Joel Stiles, PSC staff scientist,
is now an associate professor in the Mellon College of Science at Carnegie Mellon University. In this
role, Stiles will lead a new research group within PSC, the Center
for Quantitative Biological Simulation. He will also continue to
contribute his expertise to the PSC biomedical
initiative, an NIH Research Resource.
Stiles has played a lead role in development of MCell, software that simulates
microcellular physiology, and of DReAMM, a large-model
visualization and analysis program.
For more information about Stiles' research with MCell:
Where Nerve and Muscle Meet,
Projects in Scientific Computing, 2001
Impulse Deconstructed, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, January 07, 2002
The Pittsburgh Supercomputing
Center is a joint effort of Carnegie Mellon University and the
University of Pittsburgh
together with the
Westinghouse Electric Company. It was established in
1986 and is supported by several federal agencies, the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania and private industry.
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