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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 tra

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Since its announcement last summer, the Array of Things (AoT) urban sensing project has been gradually refining its technology and strategy for its exp

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On March 20th, our third Inside The Discovery Cloud event focused on Particles to Cosmos, featuring two researchers who design complex computer models to research vastly different scales. John Grime, of the Center for Multiscale Theory and Simulation, studies microsocopic viruses and proteins smaller many times smaller than a cell. Katrin Heitmann, a CI Senior Fellow at Argonne, studies the expansion of the universe, running the largest cosmological simulations ever performed on Argonne's Mira supercomputer.​ In the first talk, Grime takes us through the creation of coarse-grained models which make it possible to perform previously impossible simulations for chemistry, biology, and materials science.

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John Grime, CMTS & Katrin Heitmann, Argonne
March 19, 2014
Searle 240A, University of Chicago & Adobe Connect

John Grime, Postdoctoral Schola

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The age of the single author paper is over. In fact, the age of the single laboratory paper may be over.

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Over the decade since the completion of the Human Genome Project, next-generation sequencing has spurred the field of genomics to a faster and faster pace.

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Science is often driven by the instruments scientists use to answer questions and study the world.

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The annual re:Invent conference put on by Amazon Web Services (AWS) gathers people using cloud computing for businesses and information technology.

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The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) is the most advanced, powerful, and robust collection of integrated advanced digital resources and services in the world.

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The Globus Toolkit is open-source software for building grids.