Read UITS News for January 28, 2015
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From smartphones to medical devices to the cars we drive, software helps us manage our daily lives. And some of this software is being kept safe from criminals through an award-winning cybersecurity project operated in part by the experts at IU.
Thousands of US researchers will have easy access to advanced computing tools in a new cloud environment funded by a $6.6M NSF grant to IU (touch for more >>)
Jetstream will be a user-friendly cloud environment designed to give researchers and students access to computing and data analysis resources on demand — from their tablets, laptops or desktop computers. People will interact with the system through a menu of “virtual machines” designed to support research in many disciplines including biology, atmospheric science, earth science, economics, network science, observational astronomy and social sciences.
Thanksgiving hours: UITS Support Center at IU Bloomington and IUPUI; New 3D computer lab at IU Southeast; SciPass makes data transfer faster, more secure; In case you missed the last newsletter
Founding CACR Director Fred Cate named to list of Top 30 Technologists, Transformers and Trailblazers (touch for more >>)
The Center for Digital Education (CDE) has named IU cybersecurity expert Fred Cate to its annual list of the country’s Top 30 Technologists, Transformers and Trailblazers. Cate, Distinguished Professor and C. Ben Dutton Professor of Law at IU has spent his 24-year career in academia focusing on information privacy and security law issues.
IU computer scientists receive $5M to empower US researchers with new data analysis tools (touch for more >>)
A team of IU computer scientists working to improve how researchers across the sciences empower big data to solve problems have been awarded $5 million by the National Science Foundation.
IT researchers studying the world’s most pressing problems – including infectious disease, climate change, and water quality – will gather at IU Bloomington October 15-17.
You don’t have to be a grad student to use the Big Red II supercomputer, Data Capacitor II high-performance storage, Science on a Sphere, virtual reality theaters, or IQ-wall ultra-high resolution displays. The deadline for fall applications is September 30.
Challenge offers an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to attend PRAGMA 27 at IU Bloomington.
Intro to supercomputing for scholars and scientists; Cyrus email (IU Webmail) phasing out in February; Mapping science project winds down with biggest show ever
Undergraduate call for proposals to use advanced computing facilities at IU; Game on; Intro to HPC@IU; Introductory Parallel Programming for Supercomputers
Over the summer, the IU Department of Biology and NCGAS teamed up to host a bioinformatics clinic (touch for more >>)
From July 14 to 18, IU biology students, postdocs, staff, and faculty attended sessions on next-generation sequencing genomics, cyberinfrastructure, bioinformatics software and more in a short-course format.
Register now for the 2014 Technology Exchange in Indy October 26-30