Posts Tagged "Joel Zysman"



UM CCS Accelerates Life Sciences: A DDN Storage Success Story

ACCELERATE: LIFE SCIENCES A featured DDN Success Story, CCS Advanced Computing correlates viruses with gastrointestinal cancers for the cancer genome atlas 400% faster!     CHALLENGES • Diverse, interdisciplinary research projects required massive compute and storage power as well as integrated data lifecycle movement and management • Highly demanding I/O and heavy interactivity requirements from next-gen sequencing...

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Lunch & Learn on Internet of Things & Sensor Networks | Joel Zysman TODAY 11/9/16

Internet of Things (IoT) and Sensor Networks at UM (What is IoT and what do I do with it?)   Speaker: Joel P. Zysman, Director of Advanced Computing Wednesday, 11/9/2016, 12:00-1:00 PM  |  Light lunch will be provided:  Please RSVP to ccsadministration@miami.edu. Location Gables Campus MEA220, McArthur Engineering Annex, 1251 Memorial Drive, Coral Gables, FL 33146 (map/directions) The Internet of Things has become a buzzword in...

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“Biomedical Science Advanced Computing Resources Workshop” Friday, 9/23/2016

You are invited to attend the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center (SCCC) Bioinformatics workshop "Advanced Computing for Biomedical Science—Resources Available to UM Researchers". Sponsored by the Biostatistics and Bioinformatics Core Facility, the workshop will be held on Friday, September 23, 2016, from 2:30 to 3:30 PM at the Sylvester Support Services Building (SSSB) Auditoriuim, located at 1430 NW 11th Avenue, Miami 33136 (click...

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Visualization Goes High-Tech with launch of CCS’s New Viz Lab

The aerial image of a Colombian shantytown appeared on the large display screen with such clarity that the people gathered for the demonstration could identify the types and number of garments hanging from a clothesline on the rooftop of a shack.  Demonstrations of the Viz Lab 2D and 3D walls were presented at the Viz Lab Open House on January 14, 2016. “Just imagine what can be done with hurricane tracks and climatological data,”...

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Pegasus Unleashed!

CCS Unleashes its New Pegasus Supercomputer - eVeritas A new IBM-built Pegasus supercomputer came online this spring offering UM researchers the ability to perform 160 trillion floating-point operations per second. Housed at the NAP of the Americas data center in Miami, it features a new generation of Intel central processing units, making it five times faster and more powerful than the previous Pegasus introduced by the Center for...

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