Martin Meier-Schellersheim, Ph.D., from the National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Diseases will lead a seminar called “Simulating Life – How Computers Are Shaping … Read More
More than 25 faculty and students presented their research and shared computational techniques.
CIRC’s computational scientist, Dr. Harry Stern, will host an introduction to computational resources at the Center for Integrated Research Computing on March 8. New … Read More
An app designed by post-doc Adam Sadilek sifts through messages on Twitter to predict where infection may occur.
The University’s Health Sciences Center for Computational Innovation will receive $5M in state aid and incentives.
Medical Center researchers plan on using the University’s latest supercomputer to develop a model of the whole human heart.