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InTheLoop | 05.23.2011

May 23, 2011

CS Staff Giving 11 Talks at Cray User Group Meeting || CITRIS Is Hosting Two Workshops This Week || This Week’s Computing Sciences Seminars || Link of the Week: Civilization—Is the West History? Read More »

InTheLoop | 05.16.2011

May 16, 2011

Proton Dripping Tests a Basic Force in Nature || Shaping Hybrid Networks to Come || NUFO User Science Exhibition Called a “Slam Dunk” || Registration Open for DOE ACTS Collection Workshop in August || ESnet Has Opening for a Systems Administrator || Emergency Preparedness Week Offers Training and Supplies || CITRIS to Host Two Workshops Next Week || This Week’s Computing Sciences Seminars || Link of the Week: Successful STEM Education in K-12 Schools Read More »

InTheLoop | 05.09.2011

May 9, 2011

FedTech Magazine Looks at Magellan Testbed || James Demmel Elected to National Academy of Sciences || Registration Is Open for SciDAC Tutorials on July 15 || Jason Hick to Address Oracle User Group Meeting || This Week’s Computing Sciences Seminars || Link of the Week: The Argumentative Theory of Reasoning Read More »

InTheLoop | 05.6.2013

May 6, 2011

Bert de Jong to Lead CRD’s Scientific Computing Group || Brain Visualization Prototype Holds Promise for Precision Medicine || Aided by Simulations, Scientists Observe Atomic Collapse State || ASCR Discovery: Energy-Materials Research a Test Case for Big-Data Flood || NERSC Hosting Cray User Group Meeting This Week in Napa Valley || James Sethian Elected to National Academy of Sciences || CRD’s John Shalf Co-Chairing May 5–8 IEEE Optical Interconnects Conference || ESnet’s Greg Bell to Speak at May 13 Science at the Theater || Call for Proposals on Network Issues for Life Sciences Research || Funding Available to Attend Grace Hopper Conference || This Week’s Computing Sciences Seminars || Link of the Week: Great Scientist ≠ Good at Math Read More »

InTheLoop | 05.02.2011

May 2, 2011

Record-Setting Antimatter Particle Detected with NERSC Help Eighteen examples of the heaviest antiparticle ever found, the nucleus of antihelium-4, have been made in the STAR experiment at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider at Brookhaven National Laboratory. The finding wasn’t unexpected, but it is a milestone for scientists exploring a fundamental puzzle of physics: Why is there any matter at all? The next possible heavyweight antimatter particle will be thousands of times harder to… Read More »

InTheLoop | 04.25.2011

April 25, 2011

NERSC and ESnet Launch New Web Sites || Supercomputer Cracks “Impossible” Calculation || Horst Simon Is Guest on Radio Show About Humans vs. Computers || Andy Nonaka to Speak at Bay Area Scientific Computing Day || MSRI Presents Staged Play Reading of “MSI: Anatomy” || This Week’s Computing Sciences Seminars || Link of the Week: Is Sitting All Day Killing You? Read More »

InTheLoop | 04.18.2011

April 18, 2011

“Drag and Drop Archiving” Earns Innovation Award for NERSC || Using perfSONAR to Find Network Anomalies || Lab Reps Climb the Hill to Brief Congress/Staffers || Safety Culture Survey Results Are Now Available || “Navigating NERSC File Systems” Training on April 26 || NERSC Staff Address Lustre User Group Conference || i4Science Lecture Series Sponsors Eight Talks on May 3, 5 at CITRIS || This Week’s Computing Sciences Seminars || Link of the Week: Death Anxiety Shapes Views on Evolution Read More »

InTheLoop | 04.11.2011

April 18, 2011

Tapia Participants Visit Berkeley Lab; Several Apply for Positions || ANI Testbed Departs Left Coast for Long Island || Google Offers 1 Billion Core-Hours to Researchers || Mentoring Program Deadline Next Week, Info Session Tomorrow || ESnet’s Inder Monga Demystifies Bits and Bytes || NERSC’s Jason Hick Presents I/O Requirements for Exascale || This Week’s Computing Sciences Seminars || Link of the Week: Watson Takes a Turn on Wall Street Read More »

InTheLoop | 04.04.2011

April 4, 2011

Berkeley Lab Contributes to Success of Sold-Out Tapia Conference || Why High-Performance Clouds Are Best Kept In-House || Aussies’ Data Flows Literally over the Top || CRD’s Bruce Bargmeyer Honored for Contributions to IT Standards || CS Diversity Working Group Announces Upcoming Opportunities || Video Glossary: ESnet Experts Define Their Terms || LBNL, CITRIS Sponsor i4science Symposium Tomorrow || This Week’s Computing Sciences Seminars || Link of the Week: The Life and Legacy of Richard Feynman Read More »

InTheLoop | 03.28.2011

March 28, 2011

Invisible Satellite Galaxies Revealed with NERSC Systems || DOE Workshop for Industry Software Developers on Thursday || Kevin Oberman Speaks on IPv6 at ASCAC Meeting || CS Mentoring/Networking Program Is Accepting Applications || Tapia Diversity in Computing Conference in S.F. Next Week || Earthquake Safety Tips || This Week’s Computing Sciences Seminars Read More »