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  • Bioinformatics Resources at OSC
    Media Kit OSC Media Contacts Staff Directory Visit OSC Supercomputing Support Networking Support Research Blue Collar Computing Analytics Bioinformatics Biomedical Sciences and Visualization Computational Science Engineering Research Cyberinfrastructure and Software Development Systems Research Research Archive Related Links Collaborations Get an Account Research Partners Research Video Library Research Reports 2010 Research Highlights 2009 Research Highlights 2008 Research Report 2007 Research Report Bioinformatics Resources Learn more about how Ohio bioscience researchers are successfully applying high performance computing to their research Challenges in state of the art biology research are being met daily by using high performance computing technologies The research need to integrate search analyze organize compare and share increasing volumes of diverse information is at the heart of the challenge Working collaboratively with research teams from multiple disciplines including botany microbe animal and human researchers at OSC combine advanced computing technologies with research challenges to break barriers to critical insight Daily deepening expertise in gene chip design software development modeling and simulation parallel computing mass storage chemical and biological database and data integration service delivery and field programmable gate array FPGA technologies provide a powerful mix of capabilities to speed discovery for today s bioinformatics and computational biology research The focus of the group is to exploit the most advanced computing technology to accelerate comparative informatics and advance modeling for systems biology With a special emphasis on parallel computing technologies the Computational Biology and Bioinformatics Technology Research Group CBBTRG integrates individuals with expertise in computer science software development microbiology computational chemistry and project management to deliver solid solutions for researchers across Ohio and nationally Computational Science Questionnaire What computational science resources do you need for your research Click here to let us know Past Projects Large scale Systems Biology Research at OSC Ohio BioRepository OpenFPGA Ohio Biosciences Library Human Promoter Array

    Original URL path: http://archive.osc.edu/research/bioinformatics/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Biomedical Sciences and Visualization Research
    Ohio bioscience researchers are successfully applying high performance computing to their research Advanced simulations are integrating increasingly larger data sets It is essential to explore the use of high performance computing to assure tractable methods of investigating computational data Because these data combine information from multiple sources it is important to research advanced interface technology and develop more intuitive methods for interaction with large and complex multimodal data sets Advanced intuitive interfaces are needed to integrate these vast amounts of multisensory data into a single coherent simulation These interfaces will facilitate exploration and interaction and will increase understanding of complex data The Biomedical Sciences and Visualization Group involves an interdisciplinary group comprising research scientists computer scientists and clinicians The goals of the group include applying high performance computing to biomedicine and applying advanced interface technology for use in virtual exploration of complex computational data The interdisciplinary group has been working together for nearly two decades Current efforts include integrating visual speech and haptic interfaces for scientific visualization surgical preplanning resident training and telemedicine Following is an overview of some of the biomedical research projects under investigation at OSC Current Projects Development and Evaluation of Immersive Simulations for use in Response Training for Outbreaks of Infectious Disease The Integration of Simulation Technologies in Veterinary Medicine for Anatomical Review and Procedural Training HHS OBOR Cluster Computing Capacity Simulating Skin Biopsies Evaluating Elicited Anxiety in a Simulated Environment Center for Grid enabled Medical Imaging Analysis Validation Dissemination of Virtual Temporal Bone Dissection Past Projects Virtual Simulation of Temporal Bone Dissection Using Virtual Simulations for Evaluating Safe Practice for Tractor Certification An Image Based Approach to Scientific Visualization Intuitive Imaging and Visualization for Super High Field Magnetic Resonance Interactive Medical Data on Demand A High Performance Image Based Warehouse Across Heterogeneous Environments Human Brain

    Original URL path: http://archive.osc.edu/research/Biomed/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Blue Collar Computing
    Learn how can Blue Collar Computing benefit your organization Understanding the Blue Collar Computing Gap Flash required Global Competitiveness Blue Collar Computing BCC is a collaborative program sponsored by the Ohio Supercomputer Center OSC to help industry gain easy and affordable access to advanced computing technologies With support from the Ohio Board of Regents OSC launched Blue Collar Computing in 2004 Under this program advanced computational technologies provide companies with innovative tools that allow for the virtual development of new and improved products such as cars pharmaceuticals and financial products Virtual modeling and simulation provide companies with a competitive edge through improved manufacturing processes that can reduce the time labor and cost needed to bring products to market Simulation makes choosing between alternative processing methods far easier better analysis and documentation of capabilities help with efficiency and improved factory and workflow layouts increase productivity BCC provides computational resources hardware training software and expertise to industrial clients to enhance their competitiveness Program Priorities Outreach Seminars provide hands on lessons on how computation can make a difference One on one meetings allow experts to propose appropriate solutions Companies share best practices and success stories Jeco Plastics Project with NDEMC Overview Click to Play Training Internships Short courses show how to use advanced computation Certificate programs accredit trained individuals Internships train next generation workforce Partnerships Consulting engineering companies State organizations such as Edison Welding Institute Industry groups such as Polymer Ohio Large manufacturers such as Procter Gamble Software Development Using computation from browser and desktop Transition research code to practice Better interfaces for multiple commercial codes Research Making advanced computation easier to use and program through portals Finding better solutions to engineering problems National Policy The Ohio Supercomputer Center is taking an active role in national policy to advance Blue Collar Computing OSC

    Original URL path: http://archive.osc.edu/bluecollarcomputing/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Computational Science Engineering Applications Research
    of Events About OSC Media Kit OSC Media Contacts Staff Directory Visit OSC Supercomputing Support Networking Support Research Blue Collar Computing Analytics Bioinformatics Biomedical Sciences and Visualization Computational Science Engineering Research Cyberinfrastructure and Software Development Systems Research Research Archive Related Links Collaborations Get an Account Research Partners Research Video Library Research Reports 2010 Research Highlights 2009 Research Highlights 2008 Research Report 2007 Research Report Computational Science Engineering Applications Research Learn more about how Ohio researchers are successfully applying high performance computing to their research While the Ohio Supercomputer Center serves a broad spectrum of research clients the computational science and engineering research applications team offers expertise and specialized support to targeted clients The staff is focused on expanding already strong ties to federal government research centers as well as providing assistance to key local users through one on one assistance and training and education programs One key area of focus is the User Productivity Enhancement and Technology Transfer PET program within the Department of Defense s High Performance Computing Modernization Program HPCMP which ensures DoD researchers make the best use of the military s computing capacity OSC leads projects in signal and image processing SIP and integrated modeling and test environments IMT SIP provides the extraction and analysis of key information of sensors signal intelligence and navigation assets while IMT deals with the collection storage processing and analysis of test data and models for verifying synthesizing directing and understanding test results OSC researchers are addressing needs that include improved algorithms for signal phenomena exploitation enhanced means of data transmission and storage use of life cycle software development tools increased use of commercial off the shelf tools and comprehensive and persistent training Using Parallel HLLs at OSC MATLAB Parallel Computing Toolbox Current Projects Detection of Moving Targets in Heterogeneous Radar Clutter

    Original URL path: http://archive.osc.edu/research/cse/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Systems Research
    Collaborations Get an Account Research Partners Research Video Library Research Reports 2010 Research Highlights 2009 Research Highlights 2008 Research Report 2007 Research Report Systems Research Learn more about how Ohio researchers are successfully applying high performance computing to their research OSC engages in research on multiple aspects of high performance storage and file systems One NSF funded project is underway to look at the suitability for a new type of smart disks called object based storage devices OSDs for use in parallel file systems Topic areas include mapping data to objects metadata transport caching and reliability Trade offs arise from the mapping of files to objects and how to stripe files across multiple objects and disks in order to obtain good performance OSC is a major contributor to the Parallel Virtual File System PVFS project working with colleagues at Argonne National Labs Clemson University and other research and industrial partners Staff at OSC wrote and maintain the RDMA based transport interface for PVFS enabling it to use InfiniBand and other high performance networks A related project looks at distributed metadata algorithms using PVFS as a research testbed so that the broader community of PVFS users can take direct advantage of the research efforts Another area of research involves using using modern high speed networking devices to improve Internet scale communications In particular staff and students at OSC have improved the performance and scalability of the popular Apache web server by using iWARP devices These new ethernet cards communicate directly with existing ethernet infrastructure but offer the benefits of RDMA communications This extends the use of recently developed networking techniques in the wide area Current Projects PVFS in the WAN Applicability of Object Based Storage Devices in Parallel File Systems RDMA Enabled Apache mod rdma Past Projects Software implementation and testing

    Original URL path: http://archive.osc.edu/research/network_file/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Computational Chemistry Grid
    Young Women s Summer Institute HPC and Software Training Current Training and Events Educators Online OCS Lecture Series Press Releases Headlines Calendar of Events About OSC Media Kit OSC Media Contacts Staff Directory Visit OSC Supercomputing Support Networking Support Educational Programs Computational Chemistry Grid Ohio Computational Science and Engineering Lecture Series Summer Institute Young Women s Summer Institute Related Links Ralph Regula School of Computational Science STEM Academy in Computational Science and Engineering Computational Science Program for Ohio Community and Technical Colleges HPC and Software Training Computational Chemistry Grid Introduction The Computational Chemistry Grid CCG is a virtual organization that provides access to high performance computing resources for computational chemists through a desktop client The grid integrates a desktop environment into an infrastructure for a specific community of users such as computational chemists with both small and large scale needs and experimental chemists who occasionally need simulation capabilities to verify experimental results Initial chemistry software supported Gaussian 03 GAMESS MolPro NWChem Why the Computational Chemistry Grid Provides a user friendly infrastructure to a diverse community of chemistry researchers lowers barrier to use of significant computational resources for entire community Large center job policies are not amenable to chemistry application throughput

    Original URL path: http://archive.osc.edu/education/grid_chem/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Summer Institute 2012
    si contact osc edu or call 614 292 9248 To receive updated SI information sign up for our mailing list SI Testimonials Summer Institute 2012 June 17 June 29 2012 Columbus Ohio What is the Ohio Supercomputer Center Summer Institute SI is a two week residential program that gives gifted Ohio high school students entering their sophomore junior or senior year project based hands on learning Working in small peer teams the students use supercomputers for practical applications such as solving complex science and engineering problems conducting network forensics to catch hackers studying the spread of the bird flu and designing computer games Who is eligible to apply Ohio high school students entering their sophomore junior or senior year Who might want to apply High achieving students who like science engineering mathematics or computers Why students might want to attend Exposure to world of supercomputers and their real world applications Gain a competitive edge in future educational and professional pursuits Work directly with experts in science engineering and computer science Learn how to work with others while developing project management and interpersonal skills Develop friendships with other students who have similar interests By living in dorms experience a taste of college life Program Details Dates June 17 June 29 2012 Location Ohio Supercomputer Center 1224 Kinnear Road Columbus Ohio Application Applications are due April 16 2012 Students are selected through a competitive application process A submitted application does not guarantee participation We will begin notifying accepted students approximately May 7 2012 Cost There are no tuition fees or charges for materials Students will be responsible for housing meal costs which are approximately 500 00 for the two weeks For More Information Contact 614 292 9248 or si contact osc edu Past Projects The cornerstone of the Ohio Supercomputer Center s

    Original URL path: http://archive.osc.edu/education/si/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Young Women's Summer Institute
    Teachers YWSI Archive Support YWSI For more information about YWSI please send us an email To receive updated YWSI information sign up for our mailing list Check out YWSI on Facebook Looking for more information about YWSI 2012 e mail us YWSI is an initiative of OSC Young Women s Summer Institute YWSI is a response to girls lack of interest in math science and engineering and women s low participation in the science engineering and technology fields and in particular information technology YWSI introduces girls to exciting careers and job opportunities Young Women s Summer Institute YWSI is a week long program sponsored by Ohio Supercomputer Center for middle school girls in Ohio It is designed to promote computer math science and engineering skills as well as provide hands on experiences YWSI helps girls develop an interest in these subjects by allowing them to work on a practical interesting scientific problem using the latest computer technology Dates for YWSI2012 Ohio Supercomputer Center Columbus Ohio July 8 July 14 2012 Who can apply Current Ohio 6th and 7th graders you must be a 6th or 7th grader in the 2011 2012 school year and K 12 science and math teachers APPLY TODAY Applications are now available online Application Deadline April 15 2012 Cost There are no tuition fees or charges for materials Students will be responsible for housing meal costs which are approximately 250 00 for the week Limited scholarships may be available Housing Students will stay in residence halls on The Ohio State University campus For information about other opportunities available for students and teachers go to www osc edu education Visit the 2011 blog and photo gallery Young Women Summer Institute Student Testimonial OSC YWSI Empowering Young Women For Careers In Science mov 11 1MB YouTube Link YWSI

    Original URL path: http://archive.osc.edu/education/ywsi/ (2013-06-13)
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