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  • National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois
    News XSEDE14 call for participation The XSEDE14 conference will be held July 13 18 in Atlanta under the theme Engaging Communities Read more released on 01 09 14 NCSA Private Sector Program plays key role in Illinois Manufacturing Lab NCSA s Private Sector Program will provide expertise and resources to help companies around the state improve their products and processes to increase competitiveness Read more released on 12 18 13 Nation s researchers invited to apply for Blue Waters resources The National Science Foundation has opened a call for requests for allocations on Blue Waters Proposals are due by March 10 Read more released on 12 06 13 Blue Waters helps team win best paper at SC13 The Blue Waters supercomputer was the driving petaflop power behind Enabling Highly Scalable Remote Memory Access Programming with MPI 3 One Sided awarded best technical paper at SC13 on Nov 21 in Denver Co Read more released on 12 04 13 Crain s Chicago spotlights Brown Dog data project A group at NCSA is getting more than 10 million from NSF to develop tools to manage uncurated data Read more released on 12 02 13 Faculty sought for Virtual School Blue Waters project to offer graduate level online courses Read more released on 12 02 13 18 Rice University in round two to advance into the finals of the first ever Intel Parallel Universe Computing Challenge at the SC13 conference in Denver Coding Illini make it to the finals at SC13 After defeating Team Ohio in round one the Coding Illini defeated K2I 18 Rice University in round two to advance into the finals of the first ever Intel Parallel Universe Computing Challenge at the SC13 conference in Denver Read more released on 11 25 13 Blue Waters places Illinois at the heart

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  • National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois
    students community groups and everyone who is interested in science technology and innovation to tour our facilities and learn more about what we do To schedule a tour please complete this form Contact Us The NCSA Building is located on the campus of the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign at 1205 W Clark St Urbana Illinois View a map of the area U S Mail Address National Center for Supercomputing Applications University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign 1205 W Clark St MC 257 Room 1008 Urbana IL 61801 NCSA Contact Information Supercomputing Issues Use 217 244 0710 help ncsa illinois edu Visit User Support for more info Employment 217 333 0431 NCSA careers ncsa illinois edu Visit Careers for more info Media Relations General Questions Trish Barker 217 265 8013 tlbarker ncsa illinois edu Industry Engagement Merle Giles 217 244 4629 mgiles ncsa illinois edu Visit Industry for more info Facilities Use Using the NCSA building for events Website webmaster ncsa illinois edu NCSA Staff Directory You 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

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  • National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois
    asked questions Illinois strategic plan Learn more about the University of Illinois strategic plan through 2016 The National Center for Supercomputing Applications NCSA located at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign provides computing data networking and visualization resources and services that help scientists and engineers across the country better understand our world NCSA established in 1986 as 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 The center focuses on Data Information Science Technology NCSA works with researchers to aggregate distributed highly heterogeneous datasets at all scales analyze them to obtain reproducible results with scalable maintainable software pipelines on optimized computational data platforms in highly efficient secure collaborative environments Scale Science Technologies NCSA will continue to be a world leader in enabling researchers to gain timely insight into challenging science and engineering problems by deploying supporting and improving computational analytical storage and communication technologies and services at capabilities and complexities of notable scale Collaborative eScience NCSA is leading the creation and management of a distributed yet integrated environment that will support the inclusion

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  • National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois
    on the Champaign Urbana campus can be found at jobs illinois edu What is an Academic Professional Academic Professionals APs are salaried employees whose positions meet specialized administrative professional or technical needs These positions have been exempted from the Illinois State Universities Civil Service System Careers At NCSA teams of imaginative thinkers pursue innovative ideas The center employs students post docs and professionals from many fields computer science and engineering astronomy new media and the arts information science and IT and more NCSA careers ncsa illinois edu Amy Dillman 217 333 0431 adillman illinois edu Emily Scherbring 217 300 4264 hudgens2 illinois edu Full time Academic Professional Salaried positions Applicants must possess at minimum a bachelor s degree from an accredited university with additional requirements as listed Senior Program Manager Collaborative eScience Program Office Research Scientist Data and Information Sciences and Technology Directorate Graduate Student Opportunity Graduate students are welcome to submit their resumes at any time we will keep your information on file and will consider you for future student openings Graduate Undergraduate hourly Web Development Public Affairs Division Undergraduate Student Opportunity Undergraduate students are welcome to submit their resumes at any time we will keep your information on

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  • National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois
    NCSA invites teachers and students community groups and everyone who is interested in science technology and innovation to tour our facilities and learn more about what we do To schedule a tour please complete this form NCSA Facilities NCSA Building Most of NCSA s staff and programs are located at 1205 W Clark St Urbana Metered parking is available in the parking garage just north of NCSA on Clark Street and on other surrounding streets Rates are 1 00 hour and all meters accept quarters dimes nickels and dollar coins While you can park all day in the garage street parking is generally limited to two hours There is no attendant in the parking garage but you do have the option to pay for metered parking by credit card by calling 1 866 234 PARK 7275 the garage is location 4801 For more information go to paybyphone com Learn more about using space in the NCSA Building for a campus event National Petascale Computing Facility The state of the art National Petascale Computing Facility 1725 S Oak St Champaign houses NCSA s computing networking and data systems The closest parking is in Lot E 14 across Oak Street Illinois staff

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  • National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois
    the American Physical Society and of the American Association for the Advancement of Science as well as a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics His research has been recognized by a number of awards including the 2006 IEEE Sidney Fernbach Award the 2001 Gordon Bell Prize and 1998 Heinz Billing Award He earned a master s degree in physics at the University of Pennsylvania in 1983 and a doctorate in relativistic astrophysics at Yale University in 1988 Supporting Seidel are executive director Danny Powell deputy executive director John Melchi and deputy director and chief technology officer Rob Pennington NCSA is organized into six primary units Scale Science Technologies led by William Kramer The Scale mission is to be a world leader for enabling timely insight for challenging important societal and scientific problems through understanding provisioning supporting and improving computational analytical storage and communication technologies and their related services at capabilities and complexities of notable scale in order that investigations and solutions previously beyond timely solution are attainable Administration led by John Melchi The Administration Directorate provides world class in house services to NCSA and manages the day to day operation of the center and its facilities Divisions within Administration include Facilities Finance Human Resources Information Technology Services and Public Affairs Advanced Digital Services led by Brett Bode NCSA deploys and supports powerful reliable computing data and networking resources that enable researchers to solve the most demanding science and engineering problems in a timely manner Divisions within ADS include Advanced User Support Consulting Information Resources the National Petascale Computing Facility Storage Environments and Technologies Systems Technology Management Training and Documentation and SEAS Data Information Science Technology led by Rob Pennington The Data team tackles the challenges of collecting transporting storing

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  • National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois
    For documentation and user information visit the Blue Waters website Contact help help bw ncsa illinois edu 217 244 6689 Monday Friday 9AM 5PM Central iForge iForge supports NCSA s industry partners Contact help mgiles ncsa illinois edu 217 244 4629 Online Training CI Tutor offers tutorials on high end computing topics such as parallel computing multi core performance and performance tools Contact help admin citutor org XSEDE The National

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  • National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois
    vortex shedding created by a stationary cylinder Storm models NCSA visualized results from storm modeling carried out on the XSEDE allocated Kraken supercomputer NCSA s mission is to enable discovery to provide the resources tools and expert support that fuel ground breaking research in science and engineering Everything we do everything we are drives us toward that goal The Blue Waters project supported by the National Science Foundation makes one of the world s most powerful supercomputers in the world available for compute intensive and data intensive research Scientists and engineers from across the country can tap the power of Blue Waters to advance our knowledge of severe storms earthquakes interactions of molecules the formation of galaxies and much more NCSA also leads NSF s Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment XSEDE which unites skilled staff and powerful resources across the country XSEDE assists digital research at all levels creating on ramps for more campuses more investigators and scholars and more students While Blue Waters and XSEDE are available to researchers across the United States there are also resources provided specifically for faculty staff and students at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign NCSA s expert staff support the

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