The CIRC is offering 12 free courses for beginners to learn new technical skills to help with research projects or course work.
The Special Interest Group on University and College Computing Services honored 4 staff members in the international competition.
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.
The Technology and Campus Services Expo is a one-stop shop to help students acclimate to campus life. University staff, student groups, and Rochester-area businesses provide … Read More