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Jorge Salazar Jorge Salazar jorge@tacc.utexas.edu no Reaching for the Stormy Cloud with Chameleon Some scientists dream about big data. Computer scientists developed a way for parallel and Hadoop file systems to talk to each other, tailored for NASA with help from the NSF-funded Chameleon cloud testbed. Some scientists dream about big data. Computer scientists developed a way for parallel and Hadoop file systems to talk to each other, tailored for NASA with help from the NSF-funded Chameleon cloud testbed. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2017-05-04_chameleon_porthadoop.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2017-05-04_chameleon_porthadoop.mp3 12:33 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar University of Texas at Austin, Texas Advanced Computing Center, NASA, University of Chicago, Chameleon, cloud computing, computers, supercomputers, science, research, podcast, Jorge Salazar, Hadoop, MPI no Thu, 04 May 2017 16:49:00 -0500 When Data's Deep, Dark Places Need to be Illuminated Human trafficking is being fought with the help of a supercomputer in a Defense Department DARPA project. Human trafficking is being fought with the help of a supercomputer in a Defense Department DARPA project. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2017-02-07_deep_web_wrangler.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2017-02-07_deep_web_wrangler.mp3 23:42 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar supercomputers, Texas Advanced Computing Center, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USC, big data, podcast, science, human trafficking, Apache Foundation, hadoop, Spark, software license, DARPA no Tue, 07 Feb 2017 12:11:25 -0600 How to See Living Machines XSEDE Stampede supercomputer models 3-D human pre-initiation complex XSEDE Stampede supercomputer models 3-D human pre-initiation complex http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-12-02_pic_nogales_ivanov.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-12-02_pic_nogales_ivanov.mp3 15:09 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Texas Advanced Computing Center, XSEDE, National Science Foundation, supercomputing, UC Berkeley, Georgia State University, cryo-electron microscopy, molecular biology no Fri, 02 Dec 2016 13:04:53 -0600 Lori Diachin Highlights Supercomputing Technical Program Supercomputing focus on exascale architectures, cognitive computing, diversity, and more Supercomputing focus on exascale architectures, cognitive computing, diversity, and more http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-12-02_sc16_diachin.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-12-02_sc16_diachin.mp3 11:34 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Texas Advanced Computing Center, SC16, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, technical program, supercomputing no Fri, 02 Dec 2016 13:02:07 -0600 John McCalpin Surveys Memory Bandwidth of Supercomputers History and strategies of memory bandwidth vs. computation outlined at SC16 History and strategies of memory bandwidth vs. computation outlined at SC16 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-12-02_sc16_mccalpin.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-12-02_sc16_mccalpin.mp3 24:09 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Texas Advanced Computing Center, SC16, supercomputing, John McCalpin, Jorge Salazar, podcast, science, computer memory, technology no Fri, 02 Dec 2016 13:00:14 -0600 Sadasivan Shankar Proposes Co-design 3.0 for Supercomputing Lego-like modularity recommended for architecture, hardware, algorithms, software, applications Lego-like modularity recommended for architecture, hardware, algorithms, software, applications http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-12-02_sc16_shankar.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-12-02_sc16_shankar.mp3 21:19 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Texas Advanced Computing Center, supercomputing, design, Sadasivan Shankar, Harvard University, paradigm shift no Fri, 02 Dec 2016 12:57:51 -0600 Kelly Gaither Starts Advanced Computing for Social Change XSEDE, SC16, and TACC host week-long event to engage students in computing challenge XSEDE, SC16, and TACC host week-long event to engage students in computing challenge http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-12-02_sc16_gaither.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-12-02_sc16_gaither.mp3 20:51 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Texas Advanced Computing Center, supercomputing, SC16, Kelly Gaither, Jorge Salazar, diversity, social change, podcast, science no Fri, 02 Dec 2016 12:54:50 -0600 John West Leads Diversity Efforts in Supercomputing Several long-term efforts underway at Supercomputing Conference to build up diversity Several long-term efforts underway at Supercomputing Conference to build up diversity http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-12-02_sc16_west.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-12-02_sc16_west.mp3 17:05 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Texas Advanced Computing Center, SC16, supercomputing, diversity, John West, Jorge Salazar no Fri, 02 Dec 2016 12:52:29 -0600 New Hikari Supercomputer Starts Solar HVDC First supercomputer in U.S. that uses solar and HVDC launched by New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (Japan), NTT FACILITIES, INC., and the University of Texas at Austin. First supercomputer in U.S. that uses solar and HVDC launched by New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (Japan), NTT FACILITIES, INC., and the University of Texas at Austin. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-09-16_hikari.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-09-16_hikari.mp3 11:01 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Texas Advanced Computing Center, University of Texas at Austin, NTT Facilities Japan, NEDO, supercomputer, sustainability, solar power, green technology, HVDC, Hikari, Jorge Salazar, Toshihiro Hayashi, James Stark no Fri, 16 Sep 2016 12:08:48 -0500 Soybean science blooms with supercomputers It takes a supercomputer to grow a better soybean. A project called the Soybean Knowledge Base, or SoyKB for short, wants to do just that. Scientists at the University of Missouri-Columbia made SoyKB a publicly-available web resource for all soybean data. It takes a supercomputer to grow a better soybean. A project called the Soybean Knowledge Base, or SoyKB for short, wants to do just that. Scientists at the University of Missouri-Columbia made SoyKB a publicly-available web resource for all soybean data. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-08-16_soykb_xsede.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-08-16_soykb_xsede.mp3 11:17 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar University of Texas at Austin, Texas Advanced Computing Center, University of Missouri-Columbia, SoyKB, University of Southern California, soybeans, Cyverse, bioinformatics, genomics, big data, Trupti Joshi, Dong Xu, Mats Rynge, Jorge Salazar no Tue, 16 Aug 2016 14:49:16 -0500 Supercomputers Fire Lasers to Shoot Gamma Ray Beam TACC Stampede, Lonestar supercomputers help discover gamma ray creation from lasers TACC Stampede, Lonestar supercomputers help discover gamma ray creation from lasers http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-07-11_laser_gamma_rays.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-07-11_laser_gamma_rays.mp3 13:10 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Texas Advanced Computing Center, TACC, Stampede, Lonestar, supercomputers, computers, numerical simulations, research, science, lasers, gamma rays, radiation, homeland security, physics, plasma, podcast, Alex Arefiev, Toma Toncian, David Stark no Mon, 11 Jul 2016 16:30:12 -0500 UT Chancellor William McRaven on TACC supercomputers - "We need to be the best in the world" UT System Chancellor William McRaven spoke of his path to lead the UT System of 14 Institutions, the importance of supercomputers to Texans and to the nation, the new Dell Medical School, and more. UT System Chancellor William McRaven spoke of his path to lead the UT System of 14 Institutions, the importance of supercomputers to Texans and to the nation, the new Dell Medical School, and more. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-06-14_mcraventacc15_.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-06-14_mcraventacc15_.mp3 6:44 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar University of Texas System, UT Austin, William McRaven, national security, supercomputers, Texas Advanced Computing Center, National Science Foundation, big data no Tue, 14 Jun 2016 12:02:38 -0500 Zika Hackathon Fights Disease with Big Data More than 50 volunteer programmers gathered in Austin on May 15 to use Big Data to fight the spread of Zika. More than 50 volunteer programmers gathered in Austin on May 15 to use Big Data to fight the spread of Zika. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-05-24_zika_hackathon_tacc_podcast.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-05-24_zika_hackathon_tacc_podcast.mp3 7:50 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Zika, big data, supercomputers, hackathon, Austin, ATX, DIY, University of Texas at Austin, Texas Advanced Computing Center, Wrangler supercomputer, podcast, science, computers, Cloudera, Ari Kahn, Jorge Salazar, Eddie Garcia no Tue, 24 May 2016 12:22:00 -0500 Sudden Collapse: Supercomputing Spotlight on Gels Cornell researcher Roseanna Zia simulates gel behavior with XSEDE, Stampede supercomputer. Cornell researcher Roseanna Zia simulates gel behavior with XSEDE, Stampede supercomputer. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-05-03_suddencollapse.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-05-03_suddencollapse.mp3 11:17 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Texas Advanced Computing Center, Cornell University, Roseanna Zia, chemical engineering, supercomputers, Stampede supercomputer, computer simulation, XSEDE, National Science Foundation, colloidal gels, science, podcast, interview no Tue, 03 May 2016 15:02:45 -0500 Docker for Science Joe Stubbs of the Texas Advanced Computing Center describes potential benefits to scientists of open container platform Docker in supporting reproducibility, NSF-funded Agave API. Joe Stubbs of the Texas Advanced Computing Center describes potential benefits to scientists of open container platform Docker in supporting reproducibility, NSF-funded Agave API. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-04-28_stubbs_docker.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-04-28_stubbs_docker.mp3 14:02 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Texas Advanced Computing Center, University of Texas at Austin, National Science Foundation, Docker, open source, hybrid cloud, Agave API, science, scientific software, reproducibility no Thu, 28 Apr 2016 11:01:31 -0500 Dark Energy of a Million Galaxies UT Austin astronomer Steven Finkelstein eyes Wrangler supercomputer for HETDEX extragalactic survey. UT Austin astronomer Steven Finkelstein eyes Wrangler supercomputer for HETDEX extragalactic survey. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-04-01_hetdex_wrangler_finkelstein.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-04-01_hetdex_wrangler_finkelstein.mp3 12:13 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar University of Texas at Austin, HETDEX, Hobby-Eberly Telescope Dark Energy Experiment, dark energy, extragalactic survey, spectroscopy, Steven Finkelstein, Texas Advanced Computing Center, supercomputers, Wrangler supercomputer, big data, no Fri, 01 Apr 2016 16:56:00 -0500 Human Origins in Fossil Data Paleoanthropologist Denne Reed of UT Austin connects fossil data of human origins. Paleoanthropologist Denne Reed of UT Austin connects fossil data of human origins. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-04-01_paleocore_wrangler.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-04-01_paleocore_wrangler.mp3 10:17 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar University of Texas at Austin, anthropology, supercomputers, Denne Reed, fossils, human origins, PaleoCore, Wrangler supercomputer, big data, National Science Foundation no Fri, 01 Apr 2016 16:50:00 -0500 Supercomputers Save Money, Save Energy Computer scientist Joshua New of Oak Ridge National Laboratory optimizes buildings to save energy. Computer scientist Joshua New of Oak Ridge National Laboratory optimizes buildings to save energy. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-04-01_autotune_wrangler_new.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-04-01_autotune_wrangler_new.mp3 10:46 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Oak Ridge National Laboratory, building efficiency, energy, computer science, artificial intelligence, computer models, Joshua New, Texas Advanced Computing Center, big data, Wrangler supercomputer no Fri, 01 Apr 2016 16:46:00 -0500 Evolution of Monogamy UT Austin biologist Rebecca Young traces the genes behind monogamous behavior using Wrangler supercomputer. UT Austin biologist Rebecca Young traces the genes behind monogamous behavior using Wrangler supercomputer. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-04-01_young_orthomcl_wrangler.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2016-04-01_young_orthomcl_wrangler.mp3 8:10 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar University of Texas at Austin, podcast, science, research, Texas Advanced Computing Center, supercomputers, big data, evolution, bioinformatics, monogamy no Fri, 01 Apr 2016 16:42:00 -0500 Wrangler Supercomputer Speeds through Big Data NSF-funded Wrangler supercomputer tailored for big data, augments Stampede and other XSEDE resources. NSF-funded Wrangler supercomputer tailored for big data, augments Stampede and other XSEDE resources. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-12-04_wrangler_sc15_.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-12-04_wrangler_sc15_.mp3 15:27 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Niall Gaffney, Texas Advanced Computing Center, Wrangler, supercomputer, data intensive, big data, flash memory, XSEDE, podcast, DSSD, flash memory, hadoop, map reduce, Spark, databases no Fri, 04 Dec 2015 17:31:00 -0600 SC15: ACM Gordon Bell Prize Winners Supercompute Deep Earth Stampede supercomputer at TACC and IBM Sequoia at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory help win 'Oscar' of high performance computing at SC15. Stampede supercomputer at TACC and IBM Sequoia at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory help win 'Oscar' of high performance computing at SC15. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-11-24_sc15_ghattas_rudi.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-11-24_sc15_ghattas_rudi.mp3 24:47 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar ACM Gordon Bell Prize, SC15, Johann Rudi, Omar Ghattas, Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences, University of Texas at Austin, Texas Advanced Computing Center, mantle convection, IBM Sequoia , supercomputer, podcast, science, earthquakes no Tue, 24 Nov 2015 16:06:05 -0600 SC15: Revealing the Hidden Universe with Supercomputing Simulations of Black Hole Mergers One hundred years since Einstein's equations, scientists have probed the mysteries of black holes using the supercomputing resources of XSEDE including Blue Waters, Gordon, Comet and Stampede. One hundred years since Einstein's equations, scientists have probed the mysteries of black holes using the supercomputing resources of XSEDE including Blue Waters, Gordon, Comet and Stampede. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-11-24_sc15_campanelli_151120_1240.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-11-24_sc15_campanelli_151120_1240.mp3 15:04 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Manuela Campanelli, General Relativity, Einstein, Einstein100, SC15, supercomputing, black holes, Rochester Institute of Technology, podcast, science, Texas Advanced Computing Center, XSEDE, National Science Foundation no Tue, 24 Nov 2015 16:02:19 -0600 SC15: Societal Impact of Earthquake Simulations at Extreme Scale Supercomputing resources of XSEDE including Stampede are making a big difference in helping anticipate and plan for earthquakes. Supercomputing resources of XSEDE including Stampede are making a big difference in helping anticipate and plan for earthquakes. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-11-24_sc15_jordan.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-11-24_sc15_jordan.mp3 11:28 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Thomas Jordan, University of Southern California, Southern California Earthquake Center, supercomputers, podcast, XSEDE, National Science Foundation, computer simulations, risk, Texas Advanced Computing Center no Tue, 24 Nov 2015 15:43:05 -0600 SC15: Science Advocate and Emmy Award Winning Actor Alan Alda to Open SC15 Alan Alda, founder of the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University, gives the keynote presentation at the SC15 supercomputing conference about the urgency for clear and accurate communication in high performance computing. Alan Alda, founder of the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University, gives the keynote presentation at the SC15 supercomputing conference about the urgency for clear and accurate communication in high performance computing. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-11-24_alda_sc15.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-11-24_alda_sc15.mp3 11:48 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Alan Alda, Texas Texas Advanced Computing Center, SC15, science communication, supercomputers no Tue, 24 Nov 2015 15:34:54 -0600 SC15: Understanding User-Level Activity on Today's Supercomputers with XALT Robert McLay of TACC co-leads a session at the SC15 supercomputing conference about XALT, a software tool that drills down on supercomputer analytics to the level of individual batch submissions, users, and binaries. Robert McLay of TACC co-leads a session at the SC15 supercomputing conference about XALT, a software tool that drills down on supercomputer analytics to the level of individual batch submissions, users, and binaries. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-11-12_mclay_xalt.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-11-12_mclay_xalt.mp3 9:31 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar podcast, Texas Advanced Computing Center, Robert McLay, XALT, National Science Foundatoin, user environment tracking, supercomputers, SC15, no Thu, 12 Nov 2015 15:25:00 -0600 Supercomputing Coral's Race to Beat Heat UT Austin's Lonestar supercomputer helps biologists save reef-building corals UT Austin's Lonestar supercomputer helps biologists save reef-building corals http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-10-07_supercomputing_coral.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-10-07_supercomputing_coral.mp3 8:41 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar University of Texas at Austin, Texas Advanced Computing Center, supercomputers, coral, Great Barrier Reef, Mikhail Matz, podcast, climate change, global warming, using global gene expression analysis, quantitative trait loci mapping, Github, open source no Wed, 07 Oct 2015 16:40:25 -0500 Supercomputers Listen to the Heart TACC supercomputers model native and replacement heart valve function to evolve human replacements TACC supercomputers model native and replacement heart valve function to evolve human replacements http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-08-24_art_heart_tacc.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-08-24_art_heart_tacc.mp3 9:39 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar University of Texas at Austin, Texas Advanced Computing Center, supercomputers, science, news, research, heart valve, podcast, Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences, Michael Sacks, Iowa State University, Ming-Chen Hsu, Jorge Salazar no Mon, 24 Aug 2015 12:12:00 -0500 Supercomputers Surprisingly Link DNA Crosses to Cancer UT Austin researchers find hotspots of genetic instability in cancer using Stampede and Lonestar UT Austin researchers find hotspots of genetic instability in cancer using Stampede and Lonestar http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-06-16_cancer_genome.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-06-16_cancer_genome.mp3 9:52 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar University of Texas at Austin, Texas Advanced Computing Center, supercomputers, science, news, research, cancer, cancer genomics, DNA cruciforms, Karen Vasquez, Albino Bacolla, Jorge Salazar, podcast no Tue, 16 Jun 2015 17:24:06 -0500 Earthquakes Reveal Deep Secrets Beneath East Asia XSEDE Campus Champions, Stampede and Lonestar4 supercomputers of TACC help create 3D images deep underground. XSEDE Campus Champions, Stampede and Lonestar4 supercomputers of TACC help create 3D images deep underground. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-05-18_earthquake_maps_150518_1502.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-05-18_earthquake_maps_150518_1502.mp3 9:33 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar supercomputers, science, science news, University of Texas at Austin, Texas Advanced Computing Center, Rice University, Princeton University, geology, Tibetan Plateau, East Asia, tomography, computer models, National Science Foundation, XSEDE no Mon, 18 May 2015 15:56:20 -0500 Computer-Designed Rocker Protein World's First to Biomimic Ion Transport XSEDE resource Stampede supercomputer of TACC simulated molecular dynamics in design of engineered protein. XSEDE resource Stampede supercomputer of TACC simulated molecular dynamics in design of engineered protein. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-04-07_rocker.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-04-07_rocker.mp3 7:38 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Texas Advanced Computing Center, Stampede, University of Texas at Austin, supercomputers, XSEDE, National Science Foundation, Michael Grabe, UCSF, protein engineering, ion transport, science, science news, research no Tue, 07 Apr 2015 12:47:24 -0500 SXSW 2015: A Next Generation Platform For Open Data Matthew Hanlon and Matthew Vaughn of TACC present a SXSW 2015 core conversation that shares their experiences building the Arabidopsis Information Portal and explains how others interested in open data portals can benefit. Matthew Hanlon and Matthew Vaughn of TACC present a SXSW 2015 core conversation that shares their experiences building the Arabidopsis Information Portal and explains how others interested in open data portals can benefit. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-03-13_a_next_generation_platform_for_open_data_150227.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-03-13_a_next_generation_platform_for_open_data_150227.mp3 6:27 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar SXSW, Texas Advanced Computing Center, Matthew Hanlon, Matthew Vaughn, Araport, open data portals, Arabidopsis Information Portal, open data, open source, University of Texas at Austin no Fri, 13 Mar 2015 11:58:46 -0500 SXSW 2015: ScaaS & Other Lies: Hacking Big Data on the Web John Fonner and Rion Dooley of TACC present a SXSW 2015 workshop that explores new ways big data and computational science are done and that gives hands-on experience to approaching science as a service. John Fonner and Rion Dooley of TACC present a SXSW 2015 workshop that explores new ways big data and computational science are done and that gives hands-on experience to approaching science as a service. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-03-13_scaas_and_other_lies.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-03-13_scaas_and_other_lies.mp3 10:10 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar SXSW, Texas Advanced Computing Center, Rion Dooley, John Fonner, Agave API, tech, science as a service, software as a service, science no Fri, 13 Mar 2015 11:55:00 -0500 SXSW 2015: Science + Tech Meet Up: Scientists and Geeks Unite Maytal Dahan of TACC presents a SXSW 2015 meetup that brings together scientists, developers, and researchers to share skills and expertise on the newest web technologies and science projects. Maytal Dahan of TACC presents a SXSW 2015 meetup that brings together scientists, developers, and researchers to share skills and expertise on the newest web technologies and science projects. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-03-13_science_and_tech_meetup1.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-03-13_science_and_tech_meetup1.mp3 4:49 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar SXSW, Texas Advanced Computing Center, Maytal Dahan, software development, science no Fri, 13 Mar 2015 11:44:14 -0500 Supercomputers Help Solve Puzzle-Like Bond for Biofuels One of life's strongest bonds was discovered by biofuels researchers using XSEDE resources Stampede and Blue Waters supercomputers. This podcast features an interview with computational biologist Klaus Schulten, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. One of life's strongest bonds was discovered by biofuels researchers using XSEDE resources Stampede and Blue Waters supercomputers. This podcast features an interview with computational biologist Klaus Schulten, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-03-12_cellulosome_schulten.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-03-12_cellulosome_schulten.mp3 9:39 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar science, University of Texas at Austin, Texas Advanced Computing Center, biofuels, computational biology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Stampede, Blue Waters, supercomputers no Thu, 12 Mar 2015 15:38:16 -0500 Exotic States Materialize With Supercomputers Materials with novel electrical properties discovered using XSEDE computational resources Stampede and Lonestar supercomputers of TACC. Materials with novel electrical properties discovered using XSEDE computational resources Stampede and Lonestar supercomputers of TACC. http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-02-12_exotic_states.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-02-12_exotic_states.mp3 7:34 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar science, supercomputers, HPC, materials science, graphene, 2-D materials, Texas A&M, University of Texas at Austin, Texas Advanced Computing Center no Thu, 12 Feb 2015 12:34:00 -0600 Supercomputing the Evolution of a Model Flower Interview with Thomas Juenger, a faculty member in the Department of Integrative Biology at the University of Texas at Austin Interview with Thomas Juenger, a faculty member in the Department of Integrative Biology at the University of Texas at Austin http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_model_flower.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_model_flower.mp3 15:57 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Thomas Juenger, University of Texas at Austin, biology, evolution, molecular biology, Arabidopsis, climate, adaptation, SNP polymorphism no Tue, 27 Jan 2015 13:02:54 -0600 Interstellar Mystery Solved by Supercomputer Simulations Interview with Philip Hopkins, theoretical astrophysicist, CalTech Interview with Philip Hopkins, theoretical astrophysicist, CalTech http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_hopkins.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_hopkins.mp3 23:31 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Philip Hopkins, supercomputers, computers, astrophysics, interstellar, supernova, CalTech, XSEDE, computer simulations, galaxy modeling no Tue, 27 Jan 2015 12:57:35 -0600 SC14 Podcast: Satoshi Matsuoka Interview with Satoshi Matsuoka, professor, Global Scientific Information and Computing Center at the Tokyo Institute of Technology Interview with Satoshi Matsuoka, professor, Global Scientific Information and Computing Center at the Tokyo Institute of Technology http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_matsuoka_soundcloud.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_matsuoka_soundcloud.mp3 16:23 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Satoshi Matsuoka, computers, supercomputers, Tsubame, Tokyo Institute of Technology, grid cluster, SC14, HPC matters, high performance computing, exascale no Tue, 27 Jan 2015 12:51:56 -0600 SC14 Podcast: Thomas Sterling Interview with Thomas Sterling, executive associate director and chief scientist at the Center for Research in Extreme Scale Technologies at Indiana University, Bloomington Interview with Thomas Sterling, executive associate director and chief scientist at the Center for Research in Extreme Scale Technologies at Indiana University, Bloomington http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_sterling_soundcloud.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_sterling_soundcloud.mp3 20:33 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Thomas Sterling, SC14, HPC matters, supercomputers, computers, XSEDE, clusters, Indiana University, exascale no Tue, 27 Jan 2015 12:37:33 -0600 SC14 Podcast: Brian Greene Interview with Brian Greene, best-selling author and professor of physics, Columbia University Interview with Brian Greene, best-selling author and professor of physics, Columbia University http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_sc14greene.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_sc14greene.mp3 12:47 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Brian Greene, SC14, supercomputers, computers, simulated reality, parallel universe, multiverse no Tue, 27 Jan 2015 12:30:10 -0600 SC14 Podcast: Keshav Pingali Interview with Keshav Pingali, professor of computer science, Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences, University of Texas at Austin Interview with Keshav Pingali, professor of computer science, Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences, University of Texas at Austin http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_pingali_sc14.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_pingali_sc14.mp3 23:09 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Keshav Pingali, ICES, UT Austin, algorithm, computers computer science, parallelization, graph theory, SC14, HPC matters no Tue, 27 Jan 2015 12:25:46 -0600 SC14 Podcast: Larry Smarr Interview with Larry Smarr, Director of the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2), a UC San Diego/UC Irvine partnership Interview with Larry Smarr, Director of the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2), a UC San Diego/UC Irvine partnership http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_smarr_sc14.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_smarr_sc14.mp3 22:33 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Larry Smarr, HPC matters, SC14, Calit2, supercomputers, TACC. microbiome, comptuers, computer science no Tue, 27 Jan 2015 12:19:08 -0600 SC14 Podcast: George Biros Interview with George Biros, Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences, University of Texas at Austin Interview with George Biros, Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences, University of Texas at Austin http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_biros_mixdown.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_biros_mixdown.mp3 15:25 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar George Biros, computer modeling, University of Texas at Austin, SC14, hpcmatters, computer science, computers no Tue, 27 Jan 2015 12:14:00 -0600 Larry Smarr on Why HPC Matters Interview clip with Larry Smarr, Director of the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2), a UC San Diego/UC Irvine partnership Interview clip with Larry Smarr, Director of the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2), a UC San Diego/UC Irvine partnership http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_smarr_hpcmatters.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_smarr_hpcmatters.mp3 2:11 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar Larry Smarr, HPC matters, SC14, Calit2, supercomputers, TACC no Tue, 27 Jan 2015 11:52:07 -0600 George Biros on Why HPC Matters Interview clip with George Biros, Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences, University of Texas at Austin Interview clip with George Biros, Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences, University of Texas at Austin http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_biros_hpcmatters.wav http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_biros_hpcmatters.wav jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar George Biros, computer modeling, University of Texas at Austin, SC14, hpcmatters no Tue, 27 Jan 2015 11:39:40 -0600 Supercomputing Beyond Genealogy Reveals Surprising European Ancestors Interview with Joshua Schraiber, National Science Foundation Post-doctoral fellow at the University of Washington Interview with Joshua Schraiber, National Science Foundation Post-doctoral fellow at the University of Washington http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_joshua_schraiber.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_joshua_schraiber.mp3 11:18 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar supercomputer, geneaology, ancestry, genomic data, archaeology no Tue, 27 Jan 2015 09:57:27 -0600 Thomas Sterling on Why HPC Matters Interview with computer scientist Thomas Sterling, Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing Interview with computer scientist Thomas Sterling, Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_sterlinghpcmatters(1).mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_sterlinghpcmatters(1).mp3 0:54 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar SC14, hpcmatters, hpc, Thomas Sterling, supercomputers no Tue, 27 Jan 2015 09:51:38 -0600 Mouth Bacteria Can Change Its Diet, Supercomputers Reveal Interview with molecular biologists Marvin Whiteley and Keith Turner of the University of Texas at Austin Interview with molecular biologists Marvin Whiteley and Keith Turner of the University of Texas at Austin http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_whiteley_mixdown.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-27_whiteley_mixdown.mp3 29:31 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge Salazar science, University of Texas at Austin, supercomputers, cancer, health, Marvin Whiteley, Keith Turner, TACC, supercomputing, microbiome, mouth bacteria, Crohn's disease, diabetes no Tue, 27 Jan 2015 09:46:44 -0600 Cancer Chain in the Membrane Interview with Alex Gorfe, UT Health Science Center at Houston Medical School Interview with Alex Gorfe, UT Health Science Center at Houston Medical School http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-26_alex_gorfe.mp3 http://use.tacc.utexas.edu/?name=2015-01-26_alex_gorfe.mp3 36:13 jorge@tacc.utexas.edu (Jorge Salazar) Jorge 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