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April 2017

 


Research ShowCASE 2017

Join Research Computing and Cyberinfrastructure at CWRU's 
Research ShowCASE 2017!
Hosted By: Office of Research and Technology Management
Time: 9:00 A.M.- 3:00 P.M. 
Date: Friday, April 21, 2017
Location: Veale Convocation Center

Stop by booth 704 to chat with representatives from RCCI and find out ways that UTech can help with research projects on campus.

Featured Services:

High Performance Computing (HPC)
Secure Research Environment
Research Storage + Archival
Science + Research Networking


2017 Cyberinfrastructure Day

Thank you for participating in this year’s Cyberinfrastructure Day. RCCI hopes that visitors enjoyed the event, learned a lot and cherished the opportunity to showcase important research work.

A special thank you to Irene M. Qualters from the National Science Foundation, who joined RCCI as the keynote speaker at the event, as well as invited CWRU speakers Mark Griswold, Phoebe Stewart, Mike Lewicki and Walter Lambrecht. In addition, thank you to the flash talk and poster presenters, poster judges and sponsors for contributing to the event. This year’s two poster winners were, Cory Emerson and Justin S. Fada. Congratulations!

Please share your comments, feedback and suggestions using this Feedback Form to make this event better in the upcoming years.

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Case Connection Zone

Case Western Reserve University and OneCommunity launched the Case Connection Zone (CCZ) in 2010 as a short-term research project with the intent to explore the potential applications of high speed connectivity in health and wellness, energy and smart grid management, neighborhood safety and STEM education. The CCZ continues to provide high bandwidth (one gigabit per second) Internet connectivity to the 104 living units on Hessler Street in University Circle.

Research Computing is currently seeking interest among CWRU faculty in making use of the CCZ network and cohort for research and innovation. This includes assistance with developing funding proposals in the areas of data collection from Internet of things (IoT) devices, and from end users about the benefits of having a given technology on a high speed network. 

An early step in the CCZ assessment process included collecting demographic information from the current CCZ cohort. This research can be downloaded for review. 

Please contact Lee Zickel at lxz11@case.edu with any questions.

Events

Title: Research ShowCASE 2017
Hosted By: Office of Research and Technology Management
Time: 9:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. 
Date: Friday, April 21, 2017
Location: Veale Convocation Center

On Friday, April 21, 2017, hundreds of researchers, scientists and scholars will come together for an annual day of discovery, collaboration and community. Held in conjunction with the Spring Undergraduate Symposium, also known as Intersections, Research ShowCASE provides evidence of how research brings value to CWRU, the university community and the world. Exhibits of real-world applications, critical insights and creative and intellectual activities will be on view for students, faculty, staff, alumni, business and industry leaders and the community, highlighting the full range of research at CWRU.

Research ShowCASE is free, open to the public and held in Case Western Reserve University's Veale Convocation Center.


Title: High Performance Scientific Computing with Matlab
Format: Lunch + Learn - WebEx - Free Pizzas
Time: 12.00 P.M. - 1:00 P.M. 
Date: Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Location: Crawford 720

RCCI will be hosting a lunch and learn session with MathWorks on using MATLAB on the HPC. MathWorks will sponsor the lunch, so come with an appetite for learning and for free pizza. James Kristoff will show how MATLAB can:

  • Utilize all the cores on personal computers/laptops
  • Scale up to local or remote clusters
  • Harness the power of GPUs

Free pizza and drinks will be served during the session.