Fall 2015 Research Community Computing Colloquies

Fall 2015 Research Community Computing Colloquies

The diverse array of campus computing resources available to SU’s researchers was created to take on new and greater computational tasks, enhance research productivity, increase the competitiveness of grant submissions, and advance scientific discovery across many...
Understanding Collective Motion

Understanding Collective Motion

The Manning group uses theoretical and computational tools to understand collective motion in disordered, non-equilibrium “materials”, where “materials” range from granular solids, to foams, to groups of cells in biological tissues engaged in processes like wound healing, embryonic development, and cancer metastasis.