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28
Jul
2015

The full potential of cloud computing to directly impact science, medicine, transportation, and other industries has yet to be realized. To help investigate and develop this promising cloud computing future, the Computation Institute (CI) at the University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory and the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) at The University of Texas at Austin today announced that the new experimental testbed, called Chameleon, is in full production for researchers across the country.

10
Jul
2015

Distinguished Fellow is the highest rank achievable by an Argonne researcher, a rare honor that acknowledges influential discoveries and technical leadership. Once a year, the national laboratory names a maximum of four staff members to this highly select company, placing them among Nobelists, R&D 100 winners, and holders of more than 800 patents.

24
Jun
2015

The CI’s 2014-15 Inside the Discovery Cloud speaker series focused on collaboration, presenting pairs of speakers who are working together to unlock new knowledge through computation. Attendees heard about how new computational approaches are changing medicine, biology, social science, public policy, and more, and discover opportunities for new collaborations and student research projects. View the videos of these stimulating talks.

Research

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The Discovery Cloud is CI Director Ian Foster's vision to deliver powerful computational tools and methods to every professional and amateur scientist around the world, fundamentally transforming the ecosystem of science. Globus is the first step towards realizing this vision.

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Globus Online is software-as-a-service for research data management. It enables researchers to easily and securely move big data and share it with collaborators around the world. As a cloud-hosted service, Globus Online makes it easy for resource owners and system administrators to deliver advanced data management services to their users.

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The Globus Toolkit is open-source software for building grids. Its core services, interfaces, and protocols enable federation of distributed computing and storage resources spanning multiple security and administrative domains. With a Globus grid, users can access remote resources seamlessly and securely, while preserving local control.

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