POST(er)! (Festive Sing-Along)

The Festive Sing-Along video from Duke Research Computing has become A Thing. This year, we draw inspiration from a scene...

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Poster competition for the 2018 Duke Research Computing Symposium

This year’s Duke Research Computing Symposium will include the (now traditional) gala poster competition. This year, it will be associated...

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Field Trip Fridays

Imagine for a moment that you are working at a computing help desk, staring at the phone and waiting for...

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Visualizing Scholars@Duke – A data visualization challenge

The Office of the Vice Provost for Research is announcing a data visualization challenge focused on a rich dataset describing...

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XSEDE supercomputing resources and allocations

XSEDE is now accepting Research Allocation Requests for the allocation period, January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017. The submission...

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Crowdsourcing a Virtual Duke Chapel

Students, architectural historians use chapel to turn 2D photos into 3D models by Kara Manke   Since re-opening on May...

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Monumentalize your visualization

The monumental Telcom Building could help you monumentalize your wondrous scientific visualizations! As part of the building renovation plans, two very large...

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2016 Symposium presentations and posters

Over a hundred stalwart researchers converged on the Great Hall of the Trent Semans Center on January 25 for scientific...

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A profile in visualization

Biomedical engineer Craig Henriquez chases faster compute time. As a young professor, Dr. Craig Henriquez heard pioneers in electrophysiology estimate that...

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Introduction to scientific computing (short course, 7-18 April 2014)

This course provides an introduction to scientific computing using the Python programming language. The course covers basic data types, data...

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