The OSC (Ohio Supercomputer Center) workshop on Performance Tuning for Microprocessor-based Systems held on January 17, 2002 attracted 127 participants at 12 Access Grid sites across the country.
Education and Training
Columbus, OH – September 15, 2006 – Find out how the Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) can make a difference in your research.
If you’ve ever wondered what OSC does or how high performance computing (HPC) can impact your research, this is the workshop for you. OSC is hosting a two-hour presentation packed with information about its services, HPC, networking and related resources.
Session Offers Tips On Accessing On-line Library Resources
Date: March 16, 1998
Times: 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., Noon
Location: LIS Computer Education Center, 22nd floor, Riffe Building
A Summer Academy in Computational Science and Engineering will teach sophisticated computer modeling and simulation skills to 40 Ohio high school students and ten teachers, thanks to a grant announced today by the Ohio Board of Regents.
August 11 and 12, 2000 at OSC in Columbus, Ohio
Columbus, Ohio -- March 12, 1997 -- Leslie Hiemenz, a doctoral candidate in Biomedical Engineering, was honored with the 1996-97 Link Foundation Fellowship in Advanced Simulation and Training.
Columbus, Ohio -- September 15, 1997 -- James Estep and Christopher Lewis, both computer science majors at Shawnee State University, put their knowledge of computers to the test this summer. The Portsmouth residents spent eight weeks at the Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) in Columbus learning about high performance networking.
"The experience we had this summer is definitely something we would not be able to learn in the classroom," Estep said. "I learned valuable organization and research skills, and a lot about advanced technologies."
Columbus, Ohio -- June 14, 1999 -- Ohio is in good hands if State Science Day resembles any indication of the future.
Joseph M. Kessler, a junior at Carroll High School, received the Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) Award for his exceptional project entered at State Science Day 1999. Kessler was one of three students chosen for this prestigious award.
Among the issues the committee plans to discuss are: a description of the approved competencies for the undergraduate minor in computational science; draft documents for the policy advisory committee discussing shared curricula; a draft of the governing board and advisory committee structure; updates on school projects; and National Science Foundation reviewer comments on an ATE proposal.
Innovative summer experience for middle school girls announces participants chosen for competitive program
Columbus, Ohio — July 6, 2009 -- The Ohio Supercomputer Center today announced the names of 15 elementary and middle school girls from six Ohio counties competitively chosen to attend the 2009 Young Women’s Summer Institute.