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If you use or plan to use Big Red II, this course is for you! Explore all levels and common approaches to parallel programming.
IU Bioinformatics Clinic; The Media School debuts; Von Welch named new leader of IU’s Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research
Introduction to High Performance Computing; IU Libraries archive launches digital exhibition of World War II propaganda films; In case you missed the last newsletter
Reach a new level in parallel computing this June with Guido Juckeland from the Universität Dresden as your expert guide.
I-Light members meeting, June 19 and 20, Morris Inn at the University of Notre Dame; IU Research Technologies part of Conner Prairie Curiosity Fair, June 14-15, 10am-5pm
The two-day camps take place at the Cyberinfrastructure Building (IU Bloomington) June 12-13 and June 19-20.
Accelerate your science: Introduction to high performance computing (HPC)
IU biologists will receive over $6.2 million from the US Army Research Office to study how bacteria evolve in response to both their internal, population-influenced environments and their external natural environment.
Thanks to all who participated in the 2014 UITS Customer Satisfaction Surveys. Student, faculty, and staff responses to these annual surveys help measure the effectiveness of IU’s IT resources, and serve as important guides to improving IT services and support.
Graduation deals from Dell; Ready, Set, Robots! summer camp registration now open; IU Bloomington: Track energy consumption in campus buildings with the Energy Matters app on IU Mobile; Leveraging data assets: The new frontier for competitiveness and innovation (Webinar); One.IU wins TechPoint Mira Award; Meet Kim Milford, IU’s newest cybersecurity leader; Open-source software for college administrators reaches “tipping point” after ten years
Find the latest on everything from IU’s supercomputer, Big Red II, and security bug Heartbleed to high-tech teaching tools and privacy tips.
Research Technologies (RT) currently supports both GitHub and Subversion. However, RT recently decided to phase out Subversion on 12/31/2014, and hired another full-time GitHub administrator to support those who securely store software code in the Data Center.