Read UITS News for January 28, 2015
Stories Tagged as “research”
InCNTRE SDN Lab will reap the benefits of the ONF’s decision to extend the OpenFlow Conformance Testing Program to non-members (touch for more >>)
Verification by the Indiana Center for Network Translational Research and Education (InCNTRE) will now authorize non-Open Networking Foundation (ONF) members to use the OpenFlow conformance logo and publicize their OpenFlow conformance.
IU startup teams with DeveloperTown to help treat effects of brain injuries; IU Northwest researchers look at how data is analyzed in the social media age
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
The new Learning Commons on the first floor of the Wells Library at IU Bloomington is a 24/7 technology-infused learning center where students can work on class assignments from start to finish.
Intro to supercomputing for scholars and scientists; Cyrus email (IU Webmail) phasing out in February; Mapping science project winds down with biggest show ever
Register now for the 2014 Technology Exchange in Indy October 26-30
A new book by IU business professor and cybersecurity expert Scott Shackelford examines the notion of cyber peace in a world where cyber attacks have become a part of life.
IU Data to Insight Center releases Komadu, a new suite of data provenance software tools to help researchers track and verify big data (touch for more >>)
The Komadu tools are made for capturing, representing, and using data provenance, which tells us where a piece of digital data came from, particularly digital data that has undergone transformation by software algorithms.
Cornell University study used Facebook to test whether people take on the emotional states of those around them
Through a National Science Foundation grant called “Navigating the Aural Web,” the researchers are focusing on human-computer interaction to improve user experiences for the visually impaired.
If you use or plan to use Big Red II, this course is for you! Explore all levels and common approaches to parallel programming.