Columbus, Ohio -- March 10, 1997 -- A new project now underway will provide Ohio's public college nd university students and faculty, a growing number of the state's private colleges, and the State Library of Ohio with instantaneous electronic access to a range of valuable materials, information and data which are currently hard-to-find and/or available in non-circulating form only.
Education and Training
Last week, a group of young women waded through a creek and toiled in a computer lab to experience science first-hand as participants of the Young Women’s Summer Institute.
OSC Young Women's Summer Institute Class of 2010
The Chillicothe Telephone Company will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 1995. To celebrate this milestone, the company has decided to present a gift to the communities it serves. The company has agreed to make available, at no cost, the use of advanced, broad band fiber optic telecommunications facilities to connect high schools for educational purposes.
Columbus, Ohio -- April 11, 2001 -- More than one hundred people successfully participated in a two-day MPI workshop held at OSC over the Access Grid on March 28-29.
Leslie Southern, OSC Science and Technology Support Lead, stated that, "This Access Grid event was like no other I've ever witness. We demonstrated how well this technology performs with interested participants and a dedicated instructor."
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Columbus, Ohio -- May 20, 2002 -- This week, Progress Forge introduces its first training programs in support of Star Bridge Systems'® VIVA® 2.0 development environment.
Austin Kochs, a third-year student at The Metro Early College High School, delivered a final presentation last week on his internship experiences at the Ohio Supercomputer Center during the winter quarter.
Kochs gave his presentation to teachers, parents and Ohio Supercomputer Center staff and offered a comparative review of OpenFOAM, an open-source computational fluid dynamics program used by industry and academic researchers.
The Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) and The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine (OSU) are designing a groundbreaking virtual surgical training program using software and hardware developed at OSC. The study, officially called “Simulation Technology in Veterinary Education: Research and Surgical Training,” began in January 2007 and will last for about eight months.
Partners for Advanced Computational Services (PACS) training materials will now be used to help reduce vulnerability in our nation’s information system.
Edward H. Jennings, president emeritus and finance professor at The Ohio State University, will discuss the framework for the United States' higher education system at a seminar in Hanoi, Vietnam Aug. 1-3.
Jennings, who was president of Ohio State from 1981-1990, will address a group of officials from the Vietnamese higher education system and education department at the seminar, which is sponsored by the Midwest Universities Consortium for International Activities, Inc. (MUCIA).
Biophysics and engineering students from Johns Hopkins University and The Ohio State University (OSU) successfully used distance learning technology to participate in a short course, Molecular Modeling of Biological Interactions. Lectures culminated on March 31with two classes – one at the Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) and one at Hopkins more than 400 miles away. The classes studied how high performance computing (HPC) can advance scientific discovery in the biological sciences.