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Video: Archaeologists Leveraging HPC to Preserve the Past

In this video, Adam Rabinowitz and his team work with supercomputer experts at TACC to develop high-tech, digital solutions to preserve ancient sites. Today, archaeologists are more likely to take hundreds of digital photos, notate the information in a spreadsheet on a laptop, and record careful geographically referenced information...

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Marc Hamilton’s Unofficial Guide to SC11

Marc Hamilton has posted an Unofficial Guide to SC11 with registration links for the following events

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Video: The Data and Computer-Driven Transformation of Modern Science

In this video, Edward Seidel, assistant director for mathematics and physical sciences at the National Science Foundation describes how information technology is transforming research. Presented at Georgia State on Oct. 14, 2011, Seidel’s presentation covers the evolution of supercomputing, high-speed networking, data storage and software development on a national level.

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Is it Time to Rethink Power and Efficiency for Exascale?

Intel’s Winston Saunders writes that it may be time to rethink supercomputing metrics for Exascale.

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Video: How to Use a Supercomputer

In this video, Mike Pingleton and Andrew Tudor answer the question: How do researchers from across the country use NCSA’s supercomputers for astronomy, biology, chemistry, physics, and a host of other challenges?

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