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  • National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois
    Supercomputer Users NCSA s User Support Help Desk Phone 217 244 0710 Email help ncsa illinois edu NCSA leads the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment XSEDE a nationwide collaboration that provides U S researchers with the world s most advanced powerful collection of integrated digital resources and services Feature Stories Blue Waters now available to friendly users The full Blue Waters petascale computing system is now available in friendly user mode to the National Science Foundation approved science and engineering teams These groups from across the country will use Blue Waters for challenging research in weather and climate astrophysics biomolecular systems and other fields Read more NCSA Headlines New NCSA team to focus on big science and engineering data challenges XSEDE13 Call for Participation Department of Homeland Security funds project to improve software security HPCbio s Jongeneel participating in African bioinformatics effort A minute with Thom Dunning director of NCSA Bill Kramer describes Blue Waters big computing big data capabilities I CHASS NCSA XSEDE partner on planned computational workshop in Guatemala Illinois professors Kale Schulten earn 2012 IEEE Computer Society Sidney Fernbach Award Read other NCSA headlines Subscribe to NCSA s RSS feed Subscribe to NCSA video news feed

    Original URL path: http://www.ncsa.illinois.edu/ (2012-11-09)
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  • About NCSA
    one of the original sites of the National Science Foundation s Supercomputer Centers Program is supported by the state of Illinois the University of Illinois the National Science Foundation and grants from other federal agencies For 25 years NCSA has been a leader in deploying robust high performance computing resources and in working with research communities to develop new computing and software technologies Building on this history of leadership NCSA and its partners are at work on the Blue Waters project which will provide the national research community with a sustained petaflop supercomputer NCSA also leads the National Science Foundation s Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment a five year 121 million project to deliver advanced computing data networking and collaboration tools and support to the nation s researchers The center focuses on Developing and supporting powerful reliable computing data and networking resources that enable researchers to solve demanding science and engineering problems We develop and explore innovative architectures and techniques to accelerate scientific computing Working with research communities to help them fully exploit the extraordinary resources available on the Internet computing systems data sources and stores and tools with cyberenvironments Developing software techniques and tools to improve national cybersecurity

    Original URL path: http://www.ncsa.illinois.edu/AboutUs/ (2012-11-09)
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  • NCSA Projects
    Square Kilometer Array Read more about NCSA s astronomy projects Biological and Biomedical Science HPCBio INDICATOR Personalized Medicine Read more about NCSA s biological and biomedical sciences projects Chemistry and Nanoscience CyberChem GridChem Institute for Chemistry Literacy through Computational Science Read more about NCSA s chemistry projects Read more about NCSA s nanoscience projects Cybereducation GEMS Girls Engaged in Math and Science Institute for Chemistry Literacy through Computational Science Virtual

    Original URL path: http://www.ncsa.illinois.edu/Projects/ (2012-11-09)
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  • About the Blue Waters project
    of the most powerful supercomputers in the world Scientists will create breakthroughs in nearly all fields of science using Blue Waters They will predict the behavior of complex biological systems understand how the cosmos evolved after the Big Bang design new materials at the atomic level predict the behavior of hurricanes and tornadoes and simulate complex engineered systems like the power distribution system and airplanes and automobiles Blue Waters will be composed of more than 235 Cray XE6 cabinets based on the recently announced AMD Opteron 6200 Series processor formerly code named Interlagos and more than 30 cabinets of a future version of the recently announced Cray XK6 supercomputer with NVIDIA Tesla GPU computing capability Blue Waters is supported by the National Science Foundation and the University of Illinois The Blue Waters project also includes a far reaching educational and workforce development program It will impact students from K 12 through postgraduate education reaching out to geographical areas and communities that have been historically underrepresented in supercomputing At the undergraduate level the program will educate the next generation of graduate students K 12 teachers future technical staff and the informed public At the graduate and postgraduate levels the program will

    Original URL path: http://www.ncsa.illinois.edu/BlueWaters/ (2012-11-09)
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  • NCSA User Information
    of July 1 2011 the XSEDE eXtreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment award was formally approved by the National Science Foundation replacing the TeraGrid project NCSA leads the XSEDE project which will be the most advanced powerful and robust collection of integrated advanced digital resources and services in the world As with TeraGrid our users will be at the forefront of our mind and your success will be our success

    Original URL path: http://www.ncsa.illinois.edu/UserInfo/ (2012-11-09)
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  • NCSA News
    2012 Read full issue Download Summer 2012 PDF What a year XSEDE s John Towns reflects on the activities that happened in the first year of starting the project No magic wands Victor Jongeneel leads the bioinformatics efforts of NCSA and the University of Illinois He recently spoke with Access Barbara Jewett about what bioinformatics is and is not Tantalizing glimpses The NCSA visualization tradition continues with the Blue Waters project Computing cultural heritage and more Illinois Cyprus collaboration to establish a supercomputing center and other expanded digital research capabilities in the Eastern Mediterranean is now bearing fruit for both partners Behind the scenes of NCSA Work for bandwidth What would it be like to come to work and not have a functioning network The NCSA Network Engineering group ensures that doesn t happen Team members Tim Boerner Nick Buraglio Paul Wefel and David Wheeler see that NCSA staff computing resources and researchers are served by networks that are fast reliable and adaptable Deep and wide An Illinois team uses NCSA resources to help humans understand their environment Fellowships support collaborations Seven researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign have been selected to pursue collaborative projects with NCSA

    Original URL path: http://www.ncsa.illinois.edu/News/ (2012-11-09)
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  • National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois
    simulating severe storms or will your queue explode Download this FREE game for iOS Android coming soon Technical Program NCSA and the University of Illinois are participating in a number of events during the SC12 technical program Sunday Nov 13 Tutorial Parallel Programming with Migratable Objects for Performance and Productivity Authors Laxmikant V Kale Eric J Bohm 8 30 a m noon Add to your calendar iCal Outlook Google Calendar Monday Nov 12 Tutorial Advanced MPI Authors William Gropp Ewing Lusk Robert Ross Rajeev Thakur 8 30 a m 5 00 p m Add to your calendar iCal Outlook Google Calendar Tutorial Developing and Tuning Parallel Scientific Applications in Eclipse Authors Beth R Tibbitts Greg Watson Jay Alameda Jeff Overbey 8 30 a m 5 00 p m Add to your calendar iCal Outlook Google Calendar Tuesday Nov 13 BOF The 2012 HPC Challenge Awards HPC Challenge Class 2 Author Laxmikant Kale 12 15 p m 1 15 p m Add to your calendar iCal Outlook Google Calendar Scientific Visualization Showcase Investigation of Turbulence in the Early Stages of a High Resolution Supernova Simulation Authors Robert Sisneros Chris Malone Stan Woosley Andy Nonaka 5 15 p m 7 00 p m Add to your calendar iCal Outlook Google Calendar Scientific Visualization Showcase Cosmology on the Blue Waters Early Science System Author Dave Semeraro 5 15 p m 7 00 p m Add to your calendar iCal Outlook Google Calendar BOF XSEDE User Meeting Organizers John Towns Glenn Brook 5 30 p m 7 00 p m Add to your calendar iCal Outlook Google Calendar BOF Scientific Application Performance in Heterogeneous Supercomputing Clusters Organizers Wen mei Hwu Jeffrey Vetter Nacho Navarro 5 30 p m 7 00 p m Add to your calendar iCal Outlook Google Calendar Wednesday Nov 14 BOF

    Original URL path: http://www.ncsa.illinois.edu/extreme-scale/ (2012-11-09)
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  • Contact Us
    can search for a person using their first name last name nickname first letter of their last name part of their name phone number part of their phone number email alias or office number U S Mail Address National Center for Supercomputing Applications University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign 1205 W Clark St Room 1008 Urbana IL 61801 Campus Mail Code MC 257 Take a Tour of NCSA NCSA is home to one of the nation s most powerful collections of supercomputers Scientists around the world use these resources to fight AIDS mitigate the losses caused by earthquakes forecast the weather mine business data and prototype new equipment Come take a tour and learn more about these powerful computers and how they benefit society Follow NCSA in social media Follow NCSA on Facebook Follow NCSA on Twitter Follow NCSA on YouTube Contact Information For Supercomputing Issues Use 217 244 0710 help ncsa illinois edu Employment 217 333 0431 HR ncsa illinois edu Media Relations Image Licensing General Questions Trish Barker 217 265 8013 tlbarker ncsa illinois edu Industry Engagement Merle Giles 217 244 4629 mgiles ncsa illinois edu NCSA ACCESS Center 703 248 0072 access dc ncsa illinois edu Facilities

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