Computational chemistry, the branch of chemistry that employs computers and algorithms both for the prediction of molecular properties and the simulation of molecular behavior, has a long history of utilizing all of the power made available from state-of-the-art computing. Continue Reading
When entering the University’s datacenter, it’s natural to wonder about the seemingly infinite sources of information being computed there. Could these systems be performing cutting-edge thermodynamic modeling? Or, perhaps are they helping to unravel some of the mysteries of quantum chemistry? That said, would your curiosity would change if the source of this data were closer to home? In fact, it’s much closer to home: the US Census Bureau or the Social Security Administration.
Undergraduate Researcher Excels with Research Computing Help
This past summer, SU Professor Lisa Manning advised undergraduate student Alexandra Brown on a computational physics project as part of a research experience for undergraduate (REU) program hosted by the Syracuse Biomaterials Institute (SBI).
Building a Firm Foundation – Training Resources for Researchers
Lynda.com is an online library of high-quality video tutorials teaching a wide variety of software tools and skills. The full range of these tutorials are available freely to current Syracuse University faculty, students and staff. Continue Reading
Open Science Grid – Powered, in part, by OrangeGrid. In 2015, Syracuse partnered with the Open Science Grid (OSG) to contribute OrangeGrid compute resources to researchers within the OSG framework. Continue Reading