Posts by hgynell

“Connections, Connections: Student Research in Social Systems @ UM” 9/21

A Flash Talks and Networking Symposium Friday, September 21, 2018 | 4:00-6:00 PM Ungar Building, Room 230C-D | RSVP Now It is a pleasure to invite you to Connections, Connections: Student Research in Social Systems @ UM, organized by the Center for Computational Science. Social informatics includes modeling big behavioral data to understand human and non-human social interaction. Students working in psychology, education, geography,...

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CCS Software Engineering Drone Maps Oldest Surviving Synagogue in Curacao

The shifting sands on the floor inside the Western Hemisphere’s oldest continuously operating synagogue Mikvé Israel-Emanuel in Willemstad, Curaçao posed some unique challenges. Covering the floors of the sanctuary and the mezzanine, the sand parted with every footfall, making it harder for eight University of Miami School of Architecture students to document every cornice and crevice of the synagogue, built nearly 300 years ago by...

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Notification:  /scratch and /projects may be intermittently unavailable . . .

Attention All Pegasus Users:  /scratch and /projects may be intermittently unavailable until further notice due to problems with the storage controllers. We are aware of the situation and are working on resolving the issues. We will send updates as more information is known. As always, if you have any questions or problems, please contact us by sending email to:

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“Fundamentals of Java Programming” by Mitsu Ogihara now available

 Fundamentals of Java Programming by CCS Big Data Analytics & Data Mining Program Director Mitsunori Ogihara is now available in hardback. Making extensive use of examples, Fundamentals of Java Programming teaches the fundamental skills for getting started in a command-line environment. Meant to be used for a one-semester course to build solid foundations in Java, the textbook eschews second-semester content to concentrate on over...

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Join us for the 2018-2019 CCS Fellows’ Launch Symposium 8/16/18

The vision of the Center for Computational Science’s “CCS Fellows Program” is to inspire a new generation of leaders in computational science to cross the traditional boundaries between disciplines, by equipping them with new cross-disciplinary skills and experience. The Program does this by offering mentorship outside the students’ area of expertise. “CCS Fellow” is a prestigious designation awarded to two undergraduate students and...

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