Events

Spring 2021 Research Computing Series

Do you need more computing power to move your work forward? Attend the Research Computing Series to learn how you can leverage Syracuse University’s advanced computing resources.

Fall 2020 Research Computing Series

Do you need more computing power to move your work forward? Attend the Research Computing Series to learn how you can leverage Syracuse University’s advanced computing resources.

Fall 2019 Research Computing Colloquies

Do you need more computing power to move your research and creativity forward? At the Fall 2019 Computing Colloquies, Daniele Profeta (Assistant Professor of Architecture) and Britton Plourde (Professor of Physics) will discuss how they leverage Syracuse University’s advanced computing resources to strengthen their work.

Spring 2019 Research Computing Colloquies

About the Colloquies

These sessions will explore how computing resources help researchers take on new and greater computational tasks, enhance research productivity, increase the competitiveness of grant submissions, and advance scientific discovery across many disciplines. Continue Reading

The Power of Ideas: Spring 2018 Colloquies

Register to hear Assistant Professor Teng Zheng speak on topology design in soft structures by controlling surface wrinkles on April 17 and then on April 25 Professor Timothy Korter speaks on nondestructive and noninvasive identification of historical pigments.

Spring 2017 Research Computing Colloquy Archive

2017 colloquy speakersAbout Research Computing Colloquies

These sessions will explore how computing resources help researchers take on new and greater computational tasks, enhance research productivity, increase the competitiveness of grant submissions, and advance scientific discovery across many disciplines. 

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Fall 2016 Colloquies

Learn about Improving Scientific Innovation: A Data Science Perspective from Daniel Acuna and then later in the month Shikha Nangia speaks about Breaking Through the Blood-Brain Barrier.

Spring 2016 Colloquies & Deep-Dive Sessions

These series of Computing Colloquies are designed to help campus researchers identify and make the most of the diverse array of campus computing resources available at Syracuse University. All faculty, students, and staff conducting, planning, or supporting research activities at Syracuse University are invited to the sessions. Continue Reading

Gravitational Wave Photo Gallery

Press Conference: Searching for Gravitational Waves. A century after Albert Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves, the National Science Foundation will gather scientists from Syracuse University, Caltech, MIT and the LIGO Scientific Collaboration to update the scientific community on efforts to detect them.

Gravitational Wave Announcement

SU’s Crush Powers NSF-funded LIGO Scientific Collaboration. The Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) installations in in Hanford Washington and Livingston Louisiana completed their first and long-awaited “observing run”. This 106-day run dubbed “O1” concluded on January 12, 2016 at 8:00 a.m. Pacific standard time. The result? Data. Lots of data.