The Design Your Coral Gables: Smart City Solutions Competition is an opportunity to engage citizens, urban planners, architects, engineers, businesses, and others—regardless of background or skillset—to design a solution that directly impacts the quality of life in Coral Gables. This checkpoint is designed to allow registered teams to present their progress and to receive feedback […]More Information
Smart Cities MIAMI 2019 focused on the smart city phenomenon on the street, in applications, and in partnership with government and industry.More Information
Big data poses many challenges, and the Big Data Conference provides a forum for conversation between academia and local industry.More Information
On November 15th, 2018, the University of Miami hosted its fifth annual VizUM Symposium. This year’s event was coupled with its first ever Visualization Competition.More Information
Ben Kirtman is named 2019 fellow of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) for his outstanding contributions to weather, water, and climate.More Information
The speed at which scientific disciplines advance, depends in large part on how effectively researchers collaborate with one another and with experts in the areas of workflow management, data management, data mining, decision support, visualization, and cloud computing.More Information
The University of Miami Center for Computational Science (CCS) proudly celebrates 10 years of projects and collaborations . . . Thank you to all who shared in this journey.More Information
Professor Jorge L. Hernández’s elective design studio in historic preservation faced the arduous process of creating the most comprehensive and accurate architectural drawings of the oldest surviving synagogue in the Americas—an exhilarating learning experience with innumerable rewards.More Information
Mitsu Ogihara and Gang Ren presented a paper the IEEE International Conference on Machine Learning and Applications
DrugCentral is a drug information resource open to the public since 2016 and previously described in the 2017 Nucleic Acids Research Database issue.
An overview of the varied patterns and profiles of resveratrol target proteins and the structural aspects of resveratrol binding with its multiple targets as available in the PDB . . .
Past CCS Fellow (2015-2016) Matt Danzi and Dr. Vance Lemon work together on Axon Regeneration and spinal cord injury recovery.
Here we describe the end-to-end data processing and management at the DCIC to generate a high-quality and persistent product.
We hypothesized that microgravity can impair NC-derived cardiac structures . . .
Here, we investigated the role of CARM1 in normal and malignant hematopoiesis.
This study seeks to identify thermally driven sources of ENSO amplitude and uncertainty, as they are relatively unexplored compared to wind-driven sources.
In this study, we employed microanalytic, automated measurement to examine head movement coordination between infants and parents.
We propose that the complexity of regulatory interactions modulating brain neurochemistry and behavior is such that multiple stable responses may be supported . . .
In this article, we discuss the systematic collection and processing of a wide array of genomic, proteomic, chemical and disease-related resource data.
CEDAR technology includes Web-based methods for creating and managing libraries of templates for representing metadata.
In this article, we assess the direct evidence in the literature for this hypothesis and re-examine other axon regeneration-promoting manipulations to see if they provide additional support.
We review here psychiatric and non-psychiatric compounds that may be effective in GBM, as well as potential drugs targeting cell death pathways.
Architecture Professors Ricardo Lopez and Li Yi, and Chris Mader and Amin Sarafraz of CCS Software Engineering developed documentation guidelines for the Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) set forth by the US National Park Service.