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  1. Exascale Computing Project Names Doug Kothe as Director

    Hpcwire.com - Technology 09.20 / 15:35 hpcwire.com
    The Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project (ECP) has named Doug Kothe as its new director effective October 1. He replaces Paul Messina, who is stepping down after two years to return to Argonne National Laboratory. Kothe is a 32-year veteran of DOE’s National Laboratory System. He most recently served in Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Computing and […] The post Exascale Computing Project Names Doug Kothe as Director appeared first on HPCwire…
  2. Exascale Computing Project Names Doug Kothe as Director

    Hpcwire.com - Technology 09.20 / 14:41 hpcwire.com
    OAK RIDGE, Tenn., Sept. 20 — The Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project (ECP) has named Doug Kothe as its new director effective October 1. He replaces Paul Messina, who is stepping down after two years to return to Argonne National Laboratory. Kothe is a 32-year veteran of DOE’s National Laboratory System. He most recently served in Oak […] The post Exascale Computing Project Names Doug Kothe as Director appeared first on HPCwir…
  3. Learn New Development Technologies with the Ultimate Computer Science Bundle

    Technabob.com - Technology 09.20 / 13:52 technabob.com
    As we rely more and more on technology in our daily lives, the career opportunities for experts in computer science are also taking…
  4. Researchers use computer simulations to provide better insight into epilepsy surgery

    News-medical.net -Health 09.20 / 12:32 www.news-medical.net
    Results from an unexpected quarter is could help neurologists to identify which brain region to remove to eliminate an epilepsy patient's symptoms. Mathematicians from the University of Twente, together with researchers from the University Medical Center Utrecht, have shown that it is sensible to examine the interconnections between different brain regions closely, instead of searching for abnormal regions…
  5. Computational modeling of drug resistance to guide treatment decisions for HIV patients

    Medicalxpress.com - Medecine 09.20 / 11:43 medicalxpress.com
    A bioinformatic examination of HIV mutations documented in clinics could help guide the selection of antiretroviral…
  6. Cloud computing startup looks for buyer following bankruptcy filing

    Businessden.com - Business 09.20 / 11:32 businessden.com
    A company owned by Boulder private equity has reached an agreement to sell most of its business to Wyoming-based Green House Data in a $1.9 million deal The post Cloud computing startup looks for buyer following bankruptcy filing appeared first on…
  7. Boys and Girls Clubs of Lanier open new, grant-funded computer lab

    Accessnorthga.com - Georgia (GA) 09.20 / 11:03 accessnorthga.com
    ​A $16,000 grant from the technology provider for the Georgia Lottery has built a large computer lab for the Boys and Girls Clubs of L…
  8. IBM Simulates Beryllium Hydride Molecule Using a Quantum Computer

    Soylentnews.org - Technology 09.20 / 10:08 soylentnews.org
    takyon writes:https://www.hpcwire.com/2017/09/14/ibm-breaks-ground-complex-quantum-chemistry/IBM [reported] in Nature Communications the use of a novel algorithm to simulate BeH2 (beryllium-hydride) on a quantum computer. This is the largest molecule so far simulated on a quantum computer. The technique, which used six qubits of a seven-qubit system, is an important step forward and may suggest an approach to simulating ever larger molecules."Instead of forcing previously known classical…
  9. Rutter Creates Guide to Choosing a Cloud Computing Solution

    Prnewswire.com - Finance 09.20 / 08:55 prnewswire.com
    ANDOVER, Mass., Sept. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Rutter Networking Technologies, a leading information technology solutions provider in New England, today announced it has created a guide to help businesses better determine which cloud computing strategy works best for them. The SlideShare, Choosing…
  10. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry Announces High Performance Computing for Materials Program

    Hpcwire.com - Technology 09.20 / 01:01 hpcwire.com
    WASHINGTON, D.C., Sept. 19 – Today, U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry (DOE) announced a new high-performance computing (HPC) initiative that will help U.S. industry accelerate the development of new or improved materials for use in severe environments. “The High Performance Computing for Materials Program will provide opportunities for our industry partners to access the high-performance computing capabilities […] The post Secretary of Energy Rick Perry Announces High Performance Co…
  11. CHINESE SCIENTISTS TAKE QUANTUM LEAP IN COMPUTING

    Theindianpanorama.com - Science 09.19 / 23:11 theindianpanorama.com
    BEIJING (TIP): Chinese scientists have built the world’s first quantum computing machine that goes beyond the early conventional or classical computers, paving way to the realisation of quantum computing. Scientists announced their achievement at the Shanghai Institute for Advanced Studies of University of Science and Technology of China on Wednesday, Xinhua news agency reported. They…
  12. Network outage takes out phone, computer access at UMC clinics

    Kcbd.com-TX 09.19 / 22:41 www.kcbd.com
    UMC is experiencing a large scale network outage at all AT&T remote sites, affecting computer and phone access at these…
  13. Added computer AI

    Indiedb.com - Games 09.19 / 22:14 indiedb.com
    Added computer AI, Music and general balancing to Empire…
  14. KTH Postdoctoral Position in Computer Science Focused on SAT Solving in Sweden, 2018

    The Theoretical Computer Science Group at KTH Royal Institute of Technology is now accepting applications for a postdoctoral position in computer science focused on SAT solving. International applicants are eligible to apply for this position. The Theoretical Computer Science Group…
  15. Ohio high school football computer ratings for Sept. 19

    Morningjournal.com - High School Sports 09.19 / 21:59 morningjournal.com
    (The top eight teams in each region make the state playoffs)Division IRegion 1 1. St. Ignatius (4-0) 12.775, 2. Stow-Munroe Falls (4-0) 10.825, 3. Canton McKinley (4-0) 10.0587, 4. St. Edward (4-0) 9.6629, 5. Massillon Jackson (3-1) 9.0, 6. Mentor (3-1) 8.0, 7. Solon (3-1) 6.8,…
  16. OHSAA releases first weekly football computer rankings

    If the season ended today, six area teams would have a spot in the…
  17. District 204 might add math, computer science, sign classes

    Indian Prairie School District 204 could add four new courses, one of which is aimed at helping students after high school.Administrators are proposing two more math classes, an Advanced Placement computer science course and a third year of sign language in the course catalog for Metea…
  18. Fanless Skylake computer offers four PCI and PCIe slots

    Linuxgizmos.com - Technology 09.19 / 20:41 linuxgizmos.com
    Adlink’s MVP-6010 and MVP-6020 embedded computers run Linux or Windows on Intel 6th Gen CPUs, and offer 4x PCI/PCIe slots, 6x USB ports, and 4x COM ports. If Adlink’s new MVP-6010/6020 Series looks familiar, that’s because it’s a modified version of the recent MVP-5000 and last year’s MVP-6000 industrial PCs. The top half appears to […]…
  19. Ohio high school computer ratings for Sept. 19

    Morningjournal.com - High School Sports 09.19 / 19:51 morningjournal.com
    Staff report (The top eight teams in each region make the state playoffsDivision IRegion 1 1. St. Ignatius (4-0) 12.775, 2. Stow-Munroe Falls (4-0) 10.825, 3. Canton McKinley (4-0) 10.0587, 4. St. Edward (4-0) 9.6629, 5. Massillon Jackson (3-1) 9.0, 6. Mentor (3-1) 8.0, 7. Solon (3-1)…
  20. Obama Surprises Computer Science Educators on Conference Call - Digital Education - Education Week

    Blogs.edweek.org - Technology 09.19 / 18:07 blogs.edweek.org
    "I can't wait to see the amazing things that you're going to build," the former president told 1,000 teachers, students, and supporters on a call organized by the CSforAll…