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06/19/2015
The Research Computing department is always looking for more stories about how the high performace computers or high throughput computers have helped further research. We're looking for new stories about interesting developments and discoveries on research projects of all topics. If you're interested in having your project displayed, send...
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11/04/2014
All attempts to log into the HPC systems, HTC system, and El Gato will require 2-factor authorization beginning 2/02/2015. View the original announcement. The dealine has changed the the original announcement to 2/02/15 to accommedate for the holidays. To set up NetID+, navigate to https://webauth.arizona.edu/netid-plus/. Using your...
AZ Live
08/08/2014
Magnified approximately 12 times its normal size and suspended in midair, cardiac musculature and pulmonary veins protrude from the center of the room. Wearing a special motion sensory headset, you walk up and peer closer. You now maneuver and travel the interior of the massive human heart, visible through the aorta. This is the reality of...
GPU The hybrid computer being installed in the Research Data Center
04/28/2014
University of Arizona assistant professor of Astronomy Brant Robertson is propelling UA’s computational facilities to the forefront of contemporary computer technology. Robertson and collaborators obtained a $1.3 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) Division of Astronomical Sciences through the Major Research...
Researchers virtually drive on the Mars landscape in 3D in the AZ-LIVE lab.
04/11/2014
Orbiting approximately 187 miles above the surface of Mars, a powerful high-resolution camera on the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) captures detailed images of the planet’s terrain. The High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera, developed by Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corp., provides UA researchers with stereo images...
Researchers Krishna Veeramah, Laurel Johnstone, and Mike Hammer.
10/08/2013
Early onset epilepsy, a neurologic condition characterized by recurrent seizures beginning in early childhood, can induce developmental disabilities and in some cases result in intellectual disability or even death in affected children. Recently, UA research scientist Mike Hammer and his colleagues at Arizona Research Labs, research specialist...