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InTheLoop | 06.03.2013

June 3, 2013

CRD’s Arie Shoshani, Peter Nugent Win Director’s Achievement Awards || Researchers Model Impact of Aerosols over California || ESnet Staff to Present Paper, Participate in Two Demos at Europe’s Largest Networking Conference || NERSC Strategic Plan Is Now Online || Computing Sciences Summer Student Program Begins Tomorrow || NERSC Turns 40 in 2014; CS Staff Invited to Suggest a Theme || City College of San Francisco Students Visit NERSC || This Week’s Computing Sciences Seminars Read More »

InTheLoop | 05.28.2013

May 28, 2013

CRD Researchers in the News: Wehner on Climate, Saye and Sethian on Bubbles || Volunteer Opportunity: Oakland Non-Profit Seeking Software Engineers || This Week’s Computing Sciences Seminars || Link of the Week: Quantum Network Transmits Secure Video in Real Time Read More »

InTheLoop | 05.20.2013

May 20, 2013

In this issue: “No Exascale for You!” An Interview with Horst Simon || University of Virginia, ESnet Team Up to Win Best Paper || CRD’s Amy Chen Mentors Oakland High Girls to Honorable Mention in Global Competition || Sudip Dosanjh to Give Seminar at NCAR on Exascale and Big Data || New Scientist: How Green Is Your Cloud? || What Would You Pack? || This Week’s Computing Sciences Seminars || Link of the Week: Blinding Us from Science Read More »

InTheLoop | 05.13.2013

May 13, 2013

In this issue: Heady Mathematics: Describing Popping Bubbles in a Foam || Aydin Buluç Wins 2013 DOE Early Career Award || CS Staff Win Best Paper Award at Cray User Group Meeting || National Day of Civic Hacking Will Be June 1–2 || This Week’s Computing Sciences Seminars || Link of the Week: Why E. O. Wilson Is Wrong Read More »

InTheLoop | 04.29.2013

April 29, 2013

ESnet and Partners to Create First 100 Gbps Research Link Across Atlantic || NERSC Managers Shed Light on Edison in Q&A || At 14, SuperLU Solver Library Still Growing in Popularity || ESnet Co-Sponsors “Enlighten Your Research Global” Competition || Supercomputers Help a Catalyst Reach Its Full Potential || Open Networking Foundation || Names ESnet’s Inder Monga As One of 12 Research Associates || Kathy Yelick Invited to Speak at Ginormous Systems Conference || Greg Bell’s “Network As Discovery Instrument” Talk on YouTube || David Camp to Present Paper at Eurographics Symposium || Symposium on Visions of the Theory of Computing May 29–31 || This Week’s Computing Sciences Seminars || Link of the Week: The End of the Web, Search, and Computer As We Know It Read More »

InTheLoop | 04.22.2013

April 22, 2013

DOE Pulse: Berkeley Lab Tackles Next-Generation Climate Models || Oak Ridge Is First National Lab with 100G Connection to ESnet || Kathy Yelick to Give Invited Talk at Salishan Conference || ESnet’s Greg Bell to Deliver Keynote at Canadian Conference || Vis Group Staff Participating in DOE Computer Graphics Forum || Daily Californian || Looks at Potential Scientific Impact of NERSC’s Newest Supercomputer || ASCR Discovery Features Former Alvarez Fellow Aleksandar Donev || Huffington Post: Are the Digits of Pi Random? || This Week’s Computing Sciences Seminars || Link of the Week: Beware the Big Errors of “Big Data” Read More »

InTheLoop | 04.15.2013

April 15, 2013

GlobusWorld Conference Features Presentations by NERSC, ESnet Staff || Sudip Dosanjh Discusses Path to Exascale at Edinburgh Conference || April 18 Workshop on Career and Leadership Strategies || This Week’s Computing Sciences Seminars || Link of the Week: Mathematicians Predict the Future with Data from the Past Read More »

InTheLoop | 04.08.2013

April 8, 2013

ESnet’s Work in SDN, Energy Efficiency Highlighted at Global Networking Conference || NERSC Intern Wins Award for Computing Achievement || CS Mentoring Program Seeks Mentors and Protégés || Horst Simon Named SIAM Fellow || Ann Almgren and Weiqun Zhang Co-Author Paper at APS April Meeting || Jay Srinivasan Giving Talk at MoabCon 2013 Conference || Robert Saye Named 2013 Luis W. Alvarez Fellow || This Week’s Computing Sciences Seminars || Link of the Week: How to Cook Up a Math Poem in n Easy Steps Read More »

InTheLoop | 04.01.2013

April 1, 2013

Berkeley Lab Code Captures Retreating Antarctic Ice || Meeting the Computing Challenges of Next-Generation Climate Models || Taghrid Samak Works to Affect Social Development in Egypt || What the Heck Is Hadoop? NERSC and CRD Experts Provide Answers || Campus Lecture Thursday on Cost-Effective Altruism || This Week’s Computing Sciences Seminars Read More »

InTheLoop | 03.25.2013

March 25, 2013

Reading the Cosmic Writing on the Wall || Computer Simulations Yield Clues to How Cells Interact with Surroundings || Kathy Yelick Named ACM Athena Lecturer, Profiled in DOE Women’s History Month Feature || HPC Source Meets Network Innovator Chin Guok || ESnet’s Greg Bell Taking “Network as Discovery Instrument” Talk to JGI User Meeting || Dan Martin Explains Supercomputers and Antarctic Ice to Kindergartners || Kennedy High School Students Look at Careers in Computing and Networking || Free Prescription Computer Glasses Available at Health Services || This Week’s Computing Sciences Seminars || Link of the Week: What Will the Sequester Mean to HPC (and Federal) Research? Read More »