Pats on the Back:
- Joel Tohline, Honggao Liu, Jim Lupo, Brygg Ullmer, and Lonnie Leger received an award from NSF titled "CC-NIE Network Infrastructure: CADIS -- Cyberinstructure Advancing Data-Interactive Sciences." The award is for $499,758 for two years.
- Hartmut Kaiser received an award from the Department of Energy titled "eXascale PRogramming Environment and System Software (XPRESS)." The award is for $800,000 for three years.
- Steve Brandt and Frank Loffler received an award from NSF titled "Collaborative Research: Software Institute for Abstractions and Methodologies for HPC Simulation Codes on Future Architectures." The award is for $33,000 for one year.
CCT in the News:
Computational & Data Science, Infrastructure, & Interdisciplinary Research on University Campuses: Experiences and Lessons from the Center for Computation & Technology
Source: Research Trends
- Derek Ostrenko co-curated a show titled “social(dis)order ” that opened September 21st at the LSU School of Art Glassell Gallery. The show will run through October 7, 2012. For more information, visit http://socialdisorder.us/
- Jesse Allison will be giving a performance called “Experimental Music Recital” on Saturday, October 6th at 7:30 PM at the School of Music Recital Hall. For more information and to buy tickets, visit http://music.lsu.edu/
- Registration for the ACM ICPC South Central USA Regional Programming Contest is open! The contest will be held at LSU October 19-20. Early bird rate of $125 per team ends September 30th. For more information, visit http://acm2012.cct.lsu.edu/
- As a reminder, submit your AS292 (Authorization to Travel Form) at your earliest for SC12. You don't want to get caught in a budget-freeze and not be able to go!
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- MAG (Mobile App-Art-Action Group): Everyone interested in the potential for Mobile Apps is invited to come and add their vision for these revolutionary devices.
October 4th MAG Meet: Dr. Robert Kooima - Using OpenGL ES on iOS Johnston Hall 338, 4:30-6:00 PM
- One of our most requested topics. Dr. Kooima, a researcher in visualization technologies of all sorts, brings his expertise to MAG to demonstrate usage of OpenGL ES on iOS devices.
October 18th: Mobile Music Workshop: Pd on iOS (or Android)
- Developers, interface and graphic designers, composers, performers, and musicians are all invited to learn how to make a mobile device into an instrument. The following day will be our second App-a-thon where teams will create an instrument in an afternoon. Musicians, composers and performers will then take these instruments and speed-compose music for a concert just before Fall break. If you like music and mobile devices, you should be here.
- October 19th: Mobile Music App-a-thon! 338 Johnston Hall, Noon - 9:00 PM
- October 24th: Mobile Music Concert: 3:30 PM at Highland Coffee
- November 1st MAG Meet: topic to be announced, Johnston Hall 338, 4:30-6:00 PM
Weekly MAG Lab Time- Fridays, 9:00 AM-Noon: MAG collaborative work time- 16 Johnston Hall
- Come, design, plot, scheme, dream, work on your mobile projects with people around to provide help, feedback, and encouragement.
GPU: meets weekly (Thursdays @ 12:30 pm in 338 Johnston) and encourages participation from anyone who would like to join in the discussions. Join the mailing list: email@example.com
- Contact: Zhifeng Yun (firstname.lastname@example.org)
September 25: Crazy Interdisciplinary Ideas Seminar Series- Karsten E. Thompson, 11:00 AM in 338 Johnston ( RSVP to email@example.com to reserve your pizza lunch)
September 26: HPC Training: Bash Shell Scripting
October 6: Colored Perspectives of Electronic Music
October 16- 17: OpenACC GPU Programming Workshop
October 19: Mobile Music Workshop & App-a-thon
October 19-20: ACM ICPC South Central USA Regional Programming Contest