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Learn and Earn Opportunity for Grad Students

Categories: In and Around CRC

Graduate Student – Cyberinfrastructure Assistantship Opportunity ND EPSCoR’s New Discoveries in the Advanced Interface of Computation, Engineering, and Science (ND-ACES) Graduate Student Cyberinfrastructure (CI) Assistantship program is designed to (1) increase student understanding of advanced research computing in hardware and software as it relates to their discipline; (2) provide additional support to faculty in the […]

ARISCIENCE Collaboration on SARS-CoV-2 Research

Categories: Collaboration & Outreach

On August 6, 2020 ARIScience and the University of North Dakota signed a research collaboration agreement on the use of the UND Computational Research Center’s (UND CRC) high performance computing (HPC) system to further ARIScience’s SARS-CoV-2 protein interruption research. As part of the collaboration ARIScience will used UND CRC’s Talon HPC cluster and exchanged information […]

Big Data Science: UND Collaboration Continues

Categories: Collaboration & Outreach

The University of North Dakota is a founding member of the Midwest Big Data Hub. The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded $1.5M to help five institutions establish the Midwest Big Data Hub) MBDH. A goal of the award was to accelerate the emerging field of Big Data science. The founding institutions were University of Illinois, […]

Deep Learning? Now you know

Categories: Collaboration & Outreach

UND’s CRC has helped to create an animated edutainment video to answer the question, “What is Deep Learning?” CRC staff created the original concept and wrote the script for the video. BAM! Studios of Fargo, ND, handled the animation and other production details. The video is part of the educational outreach for a state-wide research […]

Improved user experience for Talon supercomputer

Categories: Updates/Changes

The Computational Research Center (CRC) recently installed Open OnDemand on UND’s Talon supercomputer. With this upgrade, users can now use a web browser to access Talon computing resources. The Talon web address is Open OnDemand combines software tools already used by many Talon users and enables new functionality. Using a web browser, a user […]