Computational Science is widely recognized as a critical means to solving many of today’s most challenging problems. The analysis and knowledge gained from working with the incredible data explosion produced by massive experiments, observations and computer generated models is leading to solutions at an unimagined pace. Data-Intensive discovery (the fourth paradigm of scientific research), and Multi Scale Interdisciplinary approaches are becoming more prevalent in the way that Science and Engineering is generating knowledge.
A new IBM-built Pegasus supercomputer came online this spring, offering UM researchers the ability to perform 160 trillion floating-point operations per second.
Dr. Leider is a UM associate professor of music and program director of the Music Engineering Technology Program at the Frost School of Music.
Dr. Kirtman is the Associate Dean for Research at the Rosenstiel School, and the Program Director for the Physical Sciences and Engineering Program at the Center for Computational Science.
Dr. Ogihara is the Associate Dean for Digital Library Innovations, CCS Data Mining Program Director, and holds rank of Professor in the Dept of Computer Science and Electric & Computer Engineering.
Dr. GeCheng Zha is the the Director of the Aerodynamics and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Lab at the University of Miami.
Dr. C. Hendricks Brown is Director of the Social Systems Informatics in the Center for Computational Science, a program that he founded in 2011.
Dr. Villy Kourafalou is a Research Associate Professor at UM’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, where she leads the Coastal and Shelf Seas Group in the Division of…
Able to perform trillions of calculations in a single second, UM’s newest supercomputer is boosting research potential into hyperspace.
Allosteric Inhibition of the IRE1α RNase Preserves Cell Viability and Function during Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress
ER stress triggers a “terminal UPR” via hyperactivation of IRE1α, an ER kinase/RNase
A new version of the LIFE search engine is released.
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