Research Landscape

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Ohio’s strengths in basic and applied research are broad and deep, spanning a multitude of fields, such as economics, sociology, computer science, automotive design and signal processing. This spectrum of Ohio Supercomputer Center clients encompasses many fields of study.

Neutrino Interactions

The field of ultra-high energy (UHE) cosmic neutrino experiments has entered an exciting phase, according to Amy Connolly, Ph.D., a physics professor at The Ohio State University. Scientists there have accumulated enough data to reach a mature understanding of detector designs in the radio environment in Antarctica.

Global Analytics

Spire Global is one of the world's largest spaceto-cloud analytics companies, providing global weather-forecasting services for the maritime and aviation industries as their satellites travel around Earth.

Funding Allocations

Ask any parent worldwide what the most important thing in life is, and the answer will likely be his or her children. Allocations of public funds for families with children vary wildly from country to country, and besides affecting a family’s bottom line these programs could affect a child’s development as well.

SETSM Algorithm

A detailed understanding of the Earth’s land topography is critical to those in geosciences, geographical sciences and even civil engineering. The datasets associated with our land surface topography are the key ingredient to everything from urban planning to plate tectonics.

Data Management

The more genetics researchers learn about the building blocks of life, the more data they produce. This is a great problem to have – the more they know, and the more detail in which they know it, the better we can treat diseases at the individual level, streamline screening processes and create targeted pharmaceuticals.

Data Analysis

Whether it’s the ability to predict and respond to natural disasters, analyze brain imaging data, or understanding social network information, scientific researchers and engineers are increasingly turning to high performance computing (HPC) to tackle design obstacles or study real-world phenomena.

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