From computer tablets to smart phones, digitization has transformed much about contemporary life—but scholarly publishing in the humanities has changed little.
Two additional resources that support information technology research and analysis are available to the University community through River Campus Libraries.
Technology upgrades, including a touch panel control system and new computer applications, transform Gavett 244.
David Topham is the Executive Director of the Health Sciences Center for Computational Innovation, which facilitates biomedical researchers’ access to high performance computing resources.
Henry Kautz, chair of the computer science department, expects powerful systems like Watson to be broadly available soon.
The two institutions have leveraged their strengths in technology and health care to create a joint master’s degree in medical informatics.