Columbus, Ohio (July 25, 2011) - A partnership of 17 institutions today announced the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE). XSEDE will be the most advanced, powerful, and robust collection of integrated advanced digital resources and services in the world.
Ohio State University’s Bromwich serves on panel that shares 2007 Nobel Peace Prize
Columbus, Ohio – December 11, 2007 – As one of the esteemed scientists working with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), David Bromwich’s research — conducted, in part, at the Ohio Supercomputer Center — on the changes in polar atmospheric circulation and Antarctic climate variability contributed to winning this year’s Nobel Peace Prize.
Ohio Supercomputer Center Brings Expertise and Computing Power to Darkstrand Network to Solve Advanced Bioscience and Manufacturing Innovations
CHICAGO, IL – June 2, 2009 – Darkstrand, a pioneer in corporate high-speed connectivity bridging research and commercialization, today announced a strategic alliance with the Ohio Supercomputer Center in Columbus with the mutual objec
Columbus, Ohio -- December 8, 1994 -- The Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) announces that five science video animations produced at the center were among the 34 selected for the International Supercomputing '94 Conference showcase video, SuperViz '94, as excellent examples of scientific research. With the assistance of OSC staff Tim Rozmajzl, Leslie Southern, and Rob Berry, two of the projects were created by high school students who participated in OSC's 1994 Summer Institute program.
Columbus, Ohio – August 29, 2007 – Starting this month, students at nine Ohio college and university campuses will begin adding valuable computational science skills to their academic portfolio with the launch of a new, virtual minor program being coordinat
OSC debuts Ohio’s first STEM Academy in Computational Science, Engineering
Columbus – Ohio’s first STEM Academy in Computational Science and Engineering is underway, providing select high school students and teachers with valuable skills in simulation and modeling.
COLUMBUS – January 18, 2010 – Last month, the Electroscience Laboratory (ESL) at The Ohio State University celebrated the groundbreaking of a new facility on Kinnear Road that will showcase the center’s unique, cutting-edge research. Just down the street, the Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) last summer installed a $4 million expansion to its flagship computing system, providing a huge boost to the state’s research and innovation aspirations.
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Shepard leveraged OSC’s Glenn Cluster supercomputer (above) to devise an algorithm to predict introns and exons in mid-length sequences of nucleotides found in DNA strands (below).