Stories Tagged as “research”

More IT news and events for April 9, 2014

UITS Research Technologies participates in IUPUI Research Day April 11; Online training — SAS: The Basics, April 10, 9am-noon; Listen to Talk Nerdy to me, episode 9; New addition to IU Mobile app shares information on campus energy use; IU genome center sheds light on North Atlantic fishery decline

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IU research and technology to support new $320M Digital Lab for Manufacturing (touch for more >>)

IU has been named a partner in creating the Chicago-based $320 million Digital Lab for Manufacturing announced by President Barack Obama.

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More IT news and events for February 12, 2014

Check your printing allotment; See the Dell deals for February; Kinsey Reporter mobile app adds Valentine’s Day survey; IU researchers help develop state-of-the-art cybersecurity resource; EDUCAUSE Review: Speeding up on curves; Indiana GigaPOP to provide new 10 Gbps connection

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More IT news and events for December 4, 2013

Save big with Dell discounts; Painting with chloroplasts; IU digital archaeologist unveils ancient Roman emperor’s villa

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Statewide conference: IU the place to be for IT

Breakout session materials and videos available.

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More IT news and events for November 6, 2013

Media Digitization and Preservation Initiative launches; Save on Dell PCs and accessories, including tablets starting at $147; NSA infiltration of Google and Yahoo networks could undermine US tech leadership; IUPUI University Library launches Center for Digital Scholarship; IU professor receives award for contributions to philosophy and computing

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More IT news and events for August 28, 2013

Shop IU deals; IU awarded $1.9M to lead team for DOE project; Save the dates for Research Tech Expo; VP Brad Wheeler featured in Indianapolis Star; HTRC 2013 UnCamp features Big Red II

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Enhance your research with Advanced Visualization Lab tools

Do you have a fascinating research project or findings? Let IU’s Advanced Visualization Lab facilities help with no-cost tools to enable more impactful research, education, creative activity, and community engagement.

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IU’s Kuali Coeus system ensures protections for human research subjects

Jorge JoséIU has implemented the Kuali Coeus Institutional Review Board, a comprehensive online system for the submission, review and approval of human subjects research. With seven Institutional Review Boards and more than 4,800 approved active research studies, IU is the largest university to implement this community-developed open source software.

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IU team advances in robotics challenge

Researchers from IU’s School of Informatics and Computing are on a team that has advanced in the $2 million U.S. Department of Defense’s DARPA Robotics Challenge to develop robots that can execute complex tasks in dangerous, degraded, human-engineered environments.

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More IT news and events for July 24, 2013

Wired: IU PhD candidate releases new programming language for GPUs; Network World interviews Steve Wallace; NetTalk Series July30; IT futures July 31

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IU to take lead in Defense Department effort securing software-defined networks

The Department of Defense has awarded $910,000 to IU to study critical issues and vulnerabilities associated with software-defined networking, the next-generation open software interface for controlling the forwarding behavior of networks.

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