Posts by hgynell

Presenting the 2016-17 CCS Fellows’ Interdisciplinary Research Projects

  Michael Durante   Uveal melanoma (UM) is a highly aggressive eye cancer that leads to metastatic death in up to half of patients. Despite great progress in the diagnosis and treatment of UM over recent decades, there has been no corresponding improvement in survival. Michael's project “Epigenomic Profiling of Uveal Melanoma” focuses on using next-generation sequencing techniques to understand epigenetic regulation of UM...

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Get free help with your project from the CCS Student Mentors

-Need help with your script? -Are you getting error messages that don’t make sense? -Do you have data and don’t know where to start? CCS Student Mentors can help! Although we understand that (especially when you are just getting started) the documentation alone may not be written in an accessible way, we encourage you to come to the CCS Students Mentors with a specific question, error message, or problem you are trying to solve. We...

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Notification: CCS Resources may be Intermittently Unavailable 3/10

CCS resources may be intermittently unavailable this evening, March 10 2017, starting at 22:00. This unscheduled network downtime should be brief, and is necessary to troubleshoot issues affecting all CCS systems. We apologize for any inconveniences this may cause, and thank you for your patience....

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Apply now for a Summer Research Experience – REU: Computing for Structure

The Department for Computer Science, in partnership with CCS and other UM units, is accepting applications for the National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates (NSF REU) summer research experience. This 10-week program runs from May 22 - July 28 and focuses on the discovery and visualization of structure in large datasets. Students in this REU program are offered: A $5,000 stipend. Housing in the residence halls...

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Smart Cities MIAMI Conference Plans for New Future

MIAMI, Fla. (February 24, 2017)—The inaugural Smart Cities Miami Conference, hosted last week by the School of Architecture and the Center for Computational Science ("CCS"), brought industry visionaries, technology experts, government planners, and the public together to focus on the “disruptive power” that the mobilization of new technology will have in our cities and on our lives. “We are at the threshold of significant...

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