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  • Cornell University Center for Advanced Computing
    Rep Update Your Account Users View Your Limits Support Help System Status User Documentation Education Outreach Events Education Outreach Training Science Arts Gateway Technologies Cloud Computing Data Management Web Services Technology Links Spotlight Project Highlights Free cloud computing exploratory accounts available XSEDE Cloud Survey Report New Faculty Flyer News Donations help create supercomputer for students Patrick Reed Questioning the status quo to explore new ideas Silicon Ivy How Cornell is

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  • Cornell University Center for Advanced Computing
    NSF cyberinfrastructure grants such as XSEDE funds on campus training and consulting and potential access to some of the most powerful systems in the country such as Stampede In Ithaca we ve deployed a new cloud computing service called Red Cloud Performance is predictable and reproducible and there is no charge for data movement two important features requested by researchers Red Cloud Secure is under development as well with Weill Cornell Medical College ITS It will provide HPC and data analysis servers for applications that use HIPAA data Last but not least faculty from the sciences and engineering and the humanities arts and social sciences are leveraging our education and outreach services to make their research proposals more competitive and to address broader impact learning and collaboration needs These services include Custom Virtual Workshops we design deploy and support highly interactive on demand training and education workshops You provide the content or subject matter expert we do the rest Treatment options include exercises simulations videos and quizzes Workshop usage statistics are automatically generated for funding agency reports Virtual Labs leveraging Red Cloud IaaS and SaaS faculty are able to provide their students with a properly configured computing system for lab

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  • Cornell University Center for Advanced Computing
    computing systems database storage programming porting tuning and training services to Cornell and external clients Our Cornell clients include faculty staff graduate students and their collaborators as well as domain specific Research Service Groups such as the Biotechnology Resource Center and the Research Data Management Service Group Our external clients and supporters include the National Science Foundation and other public agencies that provide direct grant support to CAC and or

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  • Cornell University Center for Advanced Computing
    and outreach consulting Estimates for faculty grant proposals A New Faculty Flyer is available that describes our services and how they impact research education and outreach at Cornell Rates Professional computing and consulting services requiring non trivial effort or resource utilization are fee based and require a Cornell University account for charge back based upon the amount of service used Charge back rates are based on the requirement of full cost recovery with a Provost subsidy Rates are reviewed regularly by Cornell s administration and adjusted on an annual basis or as appropriate to ensure equitable recovery of CAC costs and no over recovery There are no fees for the following services Initial strategy meeting to discuss which computing and consulting services will best meet the research education or outreach components of your grant proposal or current project contact us Cloud computing exploratory accounts and general help to get you started or answer the occasional question Access to high speed networks from CAC supported services Up to 20 hours consulting to architect the optimal HPC cluster storage system etc for your application and if procuring a cluster secure favorable pricing How to Start a Project To access our computing or

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  • Cornell University Center for Advanced Computing
    system firsts to an award winning data storage implementation our Center has a history of innovation that helps stimulate and extend the role of HPC in science and society Public private sector partnerships like our Partner Program lower the barriers to more widespread use of advanced computing technologies and spur economic and workforce development Breadth of Technologies CAC is a rapid technology adopter Our experience includes testing and deploying applications

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  • Cornell University Center for Advanced Computing (CAC)
    other academic institutions or industry would like our consulting staff to present a seminar or workshop at Cornell or your location contact us We can design a custom workshop to meet your needs e g we recently delivered a cloud computing seminar to faculty and staff at NYU Engaging Students in Emerging Technologies Undergraduate and graduate students employed by our Center learn about emerging technologies and apply them in challenging research projects What I learned about on line technologies working as a student at the Center was pivotal in developing the skills I used to pioneer the first version of the Blackboard Learning System Daniel Cane Collaborating with Cornell Faculty Founded by Physics Nobel Laureate Kenneth Wilson the Center has a long history of working closely with Cornell faculty to enable research discoveries education and outreach We continue that tradition today collaborating with the Faculty of Computing and Information Science CIS and over 40 other Cornell departments and research centers Our services help to keep Cornell faculty students and staff at the cutting edge of computation and data analysis Collaborating with the National Community CAC is a partner in the NSF s Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment XSEDE Visit national resources to learn more about this partnership and how it benefits Cornell faculty and students whose research requires the most advanced supercomputers in the country CAC takes pride in representing Cornell in the national research computing community Our director is past Chair and serves on the leadership committee of the Coalition for Academic Scientific Computation which includes over 75 member institutions representing many of the nation s most forward thinking universities and computing centers Our staff participate in computation and data management conferences sponsored by ACM APS EDUCAUSE IEEE Internet2 NYSCIO and NSF where they speak serve on panels

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  • Cornell University Center for Advanced Computing
    the Center the Advanced Cluster Computing Consortium AC3 for uniting industry OEMs ISVs and users to advance HPC Intel Architecture Lab Award for Reliability Availability and Serviceability RAS project First Financial Industry Solutions Center FISC focused on using HPC to manage financial risk First parallel job scheduler for Windows commercially licensed Intel Technology for Education grant to develop first cluster computing tools for Windows Gordon Bell Prizes for Price Performance including industry project with Corning In mid 1990 s Cornell proposed to Dell executives an idea to catapult Dell into the server business by designing and deploying the company s first high performance computing cluster Subsequently the first HPC system ever developed by Dell and to make the Top 500 list was deployed at Cornell Dell s entry into the HPC market helped to expand the OEM options for research IT and scientific computing First parallel version of MATLAB MultiMATLAB architected with the MATLAB product Best simulation of the folding of the protein HDEA from the bacterium E coli CASP competition using NIH funded Parallel Processing Resource for Biomedical Applications Participation in the largest distributed Web server in the world built to deliver real time results for 37 sports at the 1996 Atlanta Winter Olympics using custom home pages Launched the Cornell Virtual Workshop in 1995 one of the first Web based training platforms First fastest IBM Scalable POWERparallel System SP2 supercomputer deployment serial number 1 First IBM Scalable POWERparallel System SP1 supercomputer deployment IBM s main beta test site Major New York State grant which drove the construction of Frank H T Rhodes Hall Deployed an IBM 3090 600E and coupled it with a second 3090 600E to investigate course grained parallel computing First IBM 3090 400VF in production outside IBM Deployed an IBM 3084QX along with vector capability

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  • Cornell University Center for Advanced Computing
    Models for Profitability John Bunge Estimating Life s Diversity on Land and at Sea Carlos Bustamante Adam Siepel and Andrew Clark Macaque Genome Analysis Improving the Ability to Identify Human Genes involved in Diseases Thomas Cleland Neural Algorithms Understanding the Computational Complexities of Brain Circuitry Jon Conrad Drilling for Oil At What Cost James Cordes Searching for Pulsars in Very Large Databases Paul Dawson and Matthew Miller Digital Materials A Database for Developing and Testing the Properties of New Alloys Peter Frazier Bayesian Optimization via Simulation with Correlated Sampling and Correlated Prior Beliefs Philip Liu Deadly Tsunamis Understanding the Waves Bianca Moebius Clune Harold van Es Jeff Melkonian How Adapt N Calculates Field Specific Sidedress N Recommendations for Corn Stephen Pope Turbulent Combustion Developing New Generation Computational Tools Marina Romanova Min Long Richard Lovelace The Life of a Young Magnetized Star Harold van Es Improving Weather Data Accuracy and Accessibility Jonathan Victor A Mystery of Neuroscience How Do We See Gary Whittaker What Horses Can Tell Us Now about the Human Influenza Pandemic to Come Nicholas Zabaras Virtual Materials by Design Public Agencies U S EPA Early Warning Protecting the Nation s Water Distribution Systems From Terrorist Threats North Shore

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