Researchers at the University of California San Diego have been applying their high-performance computing expertise by porting the popular UniFrac microbiome tool to graphic processing units (GPUs) in a bid to increase the acceleration and accuracy of scientific discovery, including urgently needed COVID-19 research.
Advanced Global-Scale Networking Supporting Data-Intensive Artificial Intelligence Applications – Larry Smarr – 1-30-2020 – Presentation
Joint Networks Summit – San Diego State University January 30, 2020
Cybersecurity Engagement in a Research Environment Workshop
Rady School of Management, UC San Diego December 5, 2019
The Pacific Research Platform Enables Distributed Big-Data Machine-Learning – 10-15-2019 – Presentation
Keynote: Big Data & Extreme-Scale Computing2 (BDEC2)
San Diego, CA October 15, 2019
The Third National Research Platform Workshop Minneapolis, MN September 24, 2019
The GRP Workshop highlights global science drivers and their requirements, high-performance data fabrics and distributed cyberinfrastructure, including advanced networks customized to support scientific workflows. This Workshop brings together researchers, scientists, engineers, and network managers from U.S. and international research platform initiatives, to share best practices and advance the state of the art.
1st Global Research Platform Workshop Calit2s Qualcomm Institute UC San Diego September 17, 2019
This one-day workshop will convene researchers from a variety of disciplines who are leading these trends through their work in biology and medicine, public health and the social sciences, and other fields. In addition, IT service providers and security architects will describe new services and platforms being developed to provide secure research data management and computation capabilities at scale, while managing challenges of authentication, access control, and privacy protection.