Faculty are turning to increasingly available imaging, 3D visualization, and immersive technology to imagine virtual spaces.
Highlights from the past year show how information technology supports the growing needs of the University community.
The breadth of winning research projects, from nanotechnology to star formation, demonstrates the versatile uses of the new visualization lab.
The Center for Integrated Research Computing offered 12 courses to help researchers better incorporate supercomputing into their research.
University researchers are testing a computer application, which is part of the emerging field of volunteer computing.
IT staff continue to modernize classrooms on River Campus to support a variety of teaching and learning styles.