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Seniors Kevin Gehsmann and Clark Bulleit used a 3D printer to help develop a protective device for redshirt junior quarterback Daniel Jones! Check out the video below which includes some footage of Chip Bobbert (OIT Digital Media Engineer) being interviewed at the TEC. Also, read this Duke Chronicle article.
Seniors Kevin Gehsmann and Clark Bulleit used a 3D printer to help develop a protective device for redshirt junior quarterback Daniel Jones. #GoDuke
Posted by Duke Football on Thursday, October 11, 2018
January 16, 2019
Penn Pavilion, Duke University’s West Campus
Time to register for the Fifth Annual Duke Research Computing Symposium. It’s happening the afternoon of Wednesday, January 16, 2019. Dr. Jenny Tung and Dr. Lawrence Carin are doing the interesting research talks, and you’ll be updated on the progress and plans for research computing, too. Of course, now is the time to get started on your award-winning poster for the poster session! Register now!
The goal of this session is to help you better understand best practices for projects that collect, store, and/or analyze data considered “sensitive.” We will discuss: common data types and sources; how Duke’s Institutional Review Board (IRB), Office of Research Support (ORS), and the Information Technology Security Office (ITSO) expect data to be protected throughout a project’s lifecycle; resources available for sensitive data storage and analysis; and how best to utilize those resources.
A variety of box lunches and drinks will be provided. If you have special dietary restrictions, email firstname.lastname@example.org by Oct. 1.
Save the date! The Duke Research Computing Symposium will be held:
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Penn Pavilion (West Campus)
The latest installment of the Duke Research Computing video series, Minute Marvel, is out! Nikki Pelot studies the Vagus Nerve and specifically focuses on computational modeling of peripheral nerve stimulation, including mechanisms of action of kilohertz frequency block.
Duke is Teaming Up With Microsoft in Durham and in The Cloud. Read full Duke Today article here: https://today.duke.edu/2018/07/duke-teaming-microsoft-durham-and-cloud
Read our full post including lyrics and learn how to submit your poster by January 15, 2018. Also, visit here if you want to learn more about poster specifications.
Monday, January 22, 2018
2:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Penn Pavilion (West Campus)
Event is open to entire Duke Community. Refreshments provided.
This year’s symposium will:
- highlight collaborative research initiatives that use information technologies and digital (sometimes even “big”) data to forge new directions in research.
- showcase progress made in the past year and plans and a vision for future work in research computing at Duke.
- feature a poster session and a Scholars@Duke visualization challenge.
Also, two prominent Duke faculty and leaders of successful initiatives will speak about their work and how digital data fits into the broader picture of their efforts.
Visit the Research Computing Website for complete details.
If you ever wondered about virtual computing, get a brief explanation with Charley Kneifel, and see some fancy video editing by our own Academic Media Services. The entire Minute Marvel series can be viewed on OIT’s Youtube page. Or you can watch them at rc.duke.edu.