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  • Home | National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois
    Facebook page NCSA s Twitter feed NCSA s YouTube channel NCSA s RSS feed NCSA headlines Go to News Blue Waters to help researchers tackle Ebola NCSA s Blue Waters supercomputer will be used by three research teams to gain new understanding of the deadly Ebola virus thanks to allocations provided through the National Science Foundation s Rapid Response Research program Read more released on 04 07 15 O Shea explains how Blue Waters propels understanding of early galaxies In an NCSA colloquium Brian O Shea details the layers of complex physics needed to simulate the formation of galaxies and why the power of Blue Waters is essential for his work Watch video released on 03 17 15 Blue Waters and Stampede help solve puzzle like bond for biofuels U of I researchers model strong bond between proteins cohesin and dockerin Read more released on 03 17 15 Abani Patra speaks on volcanic hazard analysis in NCSA colloquium Patra focuses on approaches to integrating modeling and simulation of complex physics at scale with the use of large data based inference and novel uncertainty quantification methods Watch video released on 03 16 15 Guest speaker Tom Cwik describes role of HPC in space exploration From his perspective at NASA s Jet Propulsion Lab Cwik details how large scale computation helps us explore other worlds Watch video released on 03 16 15 Donna Cox showcases NCSA visualization work In a recent colloquium NCSA s Donna Cox showcased her team s cinematic data visualizations which have been seen by millions of people at museums in IMAX theaters and on TV Watch video released on 03 16 15 Great Lakes Consortium awards Blue Waters resources to 9 research teams Blue Waters will aid investigations of DNA galaxy formation and economic reactions to climate change

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  • Contact Us | National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois
    facilities and learn more about what we do To schedule a tour please complete this form Contact Us National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois Contact Us 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 office number Browse by last name A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z NCSA Contact Information Supercomputing Issues Use 217 244 0431 help ncsa illinois edu Visit User Support for More Info Employment 217 333 0431 careers ncsa illinois edu Employment Verification Visit Careers for More Info Media Tours 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 Research Education Collaboration Gabrielle Allen 217 300 5515 gdallen ncsa illinois edu Facilities Use Tedra Tuttle ttuttle ncsa illinois edu Using the NCSA Building for Events Website webmaster ncsa illinois edu Where is NCSA The NCSA Building is located on the campus

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  • About NCSA | National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois
    about the University of Illinois strategic plan through 2016 About NCSA National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois The National Center for Supercomputing Applications NCSA is a hub of interdisciplinary research and digital scholarship The Center provides computing data networking and visualization resources and services that help scientists engineers and scholars at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign and across the country better understand our world

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  • Careers | National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois
    HireTouch HireTouch and a complete list of career opportunities available 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 National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois 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 Research Programmer CyberGIS Center search extended Research Programmer LSST Project Post doctorate Salaried positions Applicants must possess at minimum a bachelor s degree from an accredited university with additional requirements as listed Post doctoral Research Associate Innovative Software and Data Analysis Division Undergraduate Learn about available undergraduate internships at the SPIN open house

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  • NCSA Facilities | National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois
    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 National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois 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 including the Blue Waters supercomputer The closest parking is in Lot

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  • Organization | National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois
    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 Collaborative eScience led by John Towns NCSA s Collaborative eScience Directorate works to reduce barriers to the use of cyberinfrastructure so more people in more fields of inquiry can take full advantage of powerful digital resources and services This unit leads NCSA s participation in the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment XSEDE and the University of Illinois Campus Cluster Program Cybersecurity led by Randy Butler The Cybersecurity Directorate protects NCSA s resources and users improves national cybersecurity and helps law enforcement better respond to cyberattacks by researching and developing software techniques and tools For more information visit http security ncsa illinois edu Industry and Economic Development led by Merle Giles NCSA s Industry and Economic Development aims to increase the competitiveness of private sector partners related communities and the United States by accelerating innovation through advanced computing and data capabilities Research and Education led by Gabrielle Allen The Research and Education Directorate is developing a research and development strategy that positions NCSA and the campus for growth in cyberinfrastructure and applications This directorate oversees NCSA s undergraduate internship program faculty fellowships program and other interactions with Illinois faculty staff and students Special Projects led by Rob Pennington Pennington oversees NCSA s Innovation Systems Laboratory the ongoing development of the National Data Service NCSA s production astronomy projects the Dark Energy Survey and Large Synoptic Survey Telescope and cyberinfrastructure and software development efforts International Programs led by Danny Powell Danny Powell previously NCSA executive director for 13 years now leads NCSA s international programs Centers NCSA fosters several centers CyberGIS Center for Advanced Digital and Spatial Studies led by Shaowen Wang The mission of the

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  • Research | National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois
    professors postdocs and students who work together with expert NCSA to address major challenges Bioinformatics and Health Sciences C Victor Jongeneel NCSA Institute for Genomic Biology Bioengineering Computing and Data Sciences Gabrielle Allen NCSA Astronomy Culture and Society Donna Cox NCSA Art and Design Earth and Environment Shaowen Wang Geography and GIS NCSA Materials and Manufacturing Narayana Aluru Mechanical Science and Engineering NCSA Physics and Astronomy Athol Kemball Astronomy NCSA

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  • User Support | National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois
    Support User Support National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois NCSA s Help Desk is available 24 hours a day seven days a week 365 days a year help ncsa illinois edu 217 244 0710 help ncsa illinois edu Blue Waters Blue Waters is one of the most powerful supercomputers in the world able to handle the most data memory and compute intensive science and engineering problems 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 Training CI Tutor provides online tutorials on high end computing topics such as parallel computing multi core performance and performance tools Contact help admin citutor org XSEDE The National Science Foundation s XSEDE Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment project brings together resources data tools and expert support from across the country For documentation and user information visit the XSEDE portal Contact help help xsede org 866 907 2383 24 hours day 7 days week Campus Cluster Program The Illinois Campus Cluster Program provides computing and data resources for

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