Monday, April 15, 2019
What the Messier 87 black hole would look like? UA Department of Astronomy researchers Dimitrios Psaltis, Feryal Ozel, Chi-kwan Chan, and Lia Medeiros used the El Gato system in the Computer Center's Research Data Center to model it before processing of the Event Horizon Telescope data was completed. From the UA News article:
Wednesday, April 10, 2019
More than 200 information technology employees from across campus came together for an InterACTIVE Workshop Day 2019. The hands-on workshops offered opportunities IT professionals to connect, exchange ideas, keep each other informed about ongoing projects and to discuss current and future challenges as well as share best practices.
Wednesday, January 9, 2019
Lo Que Pasa recently published an article about UA research projects across disciplinary boundaries and efforts to expand data science education. Two new institutes have put the UA on track to become a data science powerhouse at the national level and leader in promoting data science literacy and transdisciplinary research.
Wednesday, December 5, 2018
UA researchers and students are able to use campus computing resources to advance their work. Meet a graduate student who was able to complete her research into population genetics without grants, an astronomer who has processing power immediately available to run computations on the physics of galaxy formation, and a neuroscientist processing big, complex data to investigate Alzheimer's.
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