COLUMBUS, Ohio — April 9, 2007 — Both businesses and researchers increasingly are using computational science to enhance their return on investments and discovery methods. Faculty wishing to incorporate this discipline into their coursework are invited to attend the workshop, “Integrating Computational Science into the Undergraduate Curriculum,” June 17 to 23, 2007, at the Ohio Supercomputer Center, Columbus, Ohio.
Ohio Supercomputer Center hosts 40+ researchers from Ohio, nearby states
Columbus, Ohio - August 11, 2009 - Graduate students – from various disciplines and institutions across the country – are improving their multi-core programming skills this week during a summer school course offered by the Great Lakes Consortium’s Virtual School of Computational Science and Engineering.
Athens, Ohio – June 26, 2006 – OSC announces its active role in planning and participating in the Inaugural Ohio Collaborative Conference on Bioinformatics (OCCBIO) set for June 28-30, at Ohio University. The conference provides an interdisciplinary forum for discussing research findings and experiences in computational approaches to biology-related problems.
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.
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.
Previous seal studies relied heavily on ‘intuition and costly experiments’
Columbus, Ohio (March 7, 2012) – An Akron researcher is designing computer prediction models to test potential new docking seals that will better preserve breathable cabin air for astronauts living aboard the International Space Station and other NASA spacecraft.
OSU's Windl taps supercomputer to refine graphene production technique
|A computer model of the one-atom-thick graphene layer (gray) being stamped onto a silicon dioxide base material (orange and yellow).|
Learn more about OSC’s people, researchers, research, partners, impact, and yes - even its supercomputers
Columbus, Ohio – November 17, 2008 - Want to know what makes the Ohio Supercomputer Center “Super”? Spend 20 minutes with the 2008 Research Report, and you’ll get more than a glimmer of the breadth of OSC’s impact on academic and industry researchers.