Home » Research Computing (Page 2)
Category Archives: Research Computing
Visualizations of the Scholars@Duke database map our university’s scholarly connections. Read the full story on DukeToday: https://today.duke.edu/2017/03/webs-minds-and-ideas-bind-duke’s-campus.
Watch how cluster computing is being used to analyze over 80,000 volumes of rare books.
Duke Research Computing encourages everyone to complete their submissions to the Duke Research Computing Symposium’s poster competition. Details here: https://rc.duke.edu/posters-2017/. Also, be sure to check out the Scholars@Duke Data Visualization Challenge (https://rc.duke.edu/scholars-vis-challenge/).
EVEN IF YOU DON’T DO A POSTER, YOU SHOULD ATTEND THE SYMPOSIUM. Rich and packed with goodies, the symposium stretches over THREE DAYS, beginning January 18, 2017 at the Edge in the Library. Poster sessions are at the Technology Engagement Center (TEC) in the monumental Telcom Building on January 19-20, 2017.
Information and registration is at https://rc.duke.edu/symposium-2017/.
The Office of the Vice Provost for Research is announcing a data visualization challenge using a rich dataset. The datasets are from Scholars@Duke and they describe publications, authorships, and scholarly collaborations from university researchers.
The challenge: Create visualizations to capture the richness and dynamism of Duke research.
How to take part: Indicate your intent to submit a visualization by email by midnight, Sunday, January 15, and get your visualization ready to post on January 19. First, register for the Duke Research Computing Symposium where it will be presented.
Why? Cash prizes and fame.
Duke University Research Computing and NVIDIA recently collaborated on a 2-day, hands-on workshop at Duke’s new Technology Engagement Center. This workshop surveyed the broad range of GPU accelerated applications across all domains of scientific research and engineering. Thanks to everyone who participated.
Duke University Research Computing and NVIDIA are collaborating to host a 2-day, hands-on workshop to survey the broad range of GPU accelerated applications across all domains of scientific research and engineering. This workshop is recommended for graduate students, postdocs, researchers, and professors.
The event will be held Tuesday, Nov. 1 & Wednesday, Nov. 2 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at the new Technology Engagement Center (Telcom). For full details and to register for one or both days, go to: http://2day-gpu-duke-ws.eventbrite.com. Lunch will be provided.
Check out this minute marvel – 3D Models, GPUs & the Duke Chapel with Ed Triplett, PhD.