COLUMBUS, Ohio-- Nov. 21, 2005 - Capital University Professor Ignatios Vakalis won the Undergraduate Computational Engineering and Sciences (UCES) award in Seattle last week during the international Supercomputing 2005 conference.
Ohio Supercomputer Center High Performance Computing Seminar
Dr. Pavel Pevzner
Professor, Department of Mathematics
University of Southern California
Columbus, Ohio -- June 13, 2005-- A Capital University professor has been recruited by the Ohio Board of Regents and the Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) to set their statewide computational science program in motion.
Ignatios Vakalis, professor of mathematics and computer science and executive director of the Center of Computational Studies at Capital University, will serve as coordinator for undergraduate education for the Statewide Initiative for Computational Science and also will be appointed as OSC senior fellow.
With the ASR, researchers can produce a series of images that map a variety of weather measurements. Each of the map sets below display evening and morning measurements for Sept. 12-13.
Ohio Supercomputer Center provides UC scientist with computational power to make discovery
CINCINNATI, OH — August 13, 2007 — A soldier’s ability to survive a mine blast greatly improves if armored vehicles are equipped with energy-absorbing seats, according to recent studies by a University of Cincinnati scientist.
Working with the University of Nevada at Las Vegas, Professor Ala Tabiei developed and evaluated a new seat design for personnel carriers and other non-tank vehicles that mitigates an explosion’s force inside the vehicle.
Report cites need for materials to take advantage of petascale computing
Columbus, Ohio (July 1, 2009) – A recent survey of American researchers, software developers, educators and students reveals that a significant national effort is needed to fill gaps in education and training materials needed to prepare tomorrow’s computational scientists to take advantage of high performance supercomputers.
As advanced simulations integrate increasingly larger data sets, it is essential to explore the use of high performance computing to assure tractable methods of investigating computational data. As these data combine information from multiple sources, it is important to research advanced interface technology and develop more intuitive methods for interaction with large and complex multimodal data sets. Advanced intuitive interfaces are needed to integrate these vast amounts of multisensory data into a single coherent simulation.
Columbus, Ohio (May 16, 2011) - Nimbis Services, Inc. announced the company has been awarded two-year DARPA Phase 2 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Application Domain Portal Hosting Service project.
Algorithm searches for models that best explain experimental data
Columbus, Ohio (Aug. 2, 2011) – A Franklin University professor recently developed an evolutionary computation approach that offers researchers the flexibility to search for models that can best explain experimental data derived from many types of applications, including economics.