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Highlights of Computationally-Based Science at UAF

Time 07/11/11 08:37AM-08:55AM

Session Abstract

Computation modeling, computational analysis, data gathering
and remote sensing are examples of computationally-based science at
UAF. The campus benefits from a supercomputing center, campus
computing facilities, departmental laboratories, and several
specialized research units with strong computational components. This
presentation will highlight several of these units and their current
approaches to computationally-based research. In addition, these will
be related to field research, instruction, outreach, and other aspects
of the University's activities. Some of these research areas include
northern climate and weather, oceanography, biological systems,
space weather, ice (glaciers, sea ice, ice sheets, icing, and ice fog),
network research, and northern languages and cultures.

Speakers

Speaker Gregory Newby Arctic Region Supercomputing Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail Highlights of Computationally-Based Science at UAF (pdf)

Speaker Gregory Newby Arctic Region Supercomputing Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks

Secondary tracks Research Partnership Campus Networking Advanced Network Services

Session Media

media item thumbnail Highlights of Computationally-Based Science at UAF Netcast Archive Computation modeling, computational analysis, data gathering and remote sensing are examples of computationally-based science at UAF. The campus benefits from a supercomputing center, campus computing facilities, departmental laboratories, and several specialized research units with strong computational components. This presentation will highlight several of these units and their current approaches to computationally-based research. In addition, these will be related to field research, instruction, outreach, and other aspects of the University's activities. Some of these research areas include northern climate and weather, oceanography, biological systems, space weather, ice (glaciers, sea ice, ice sheets, icing, and ice fog), network research, and northern languages and cultures. media item thumbnail Highlights of Computationally-Based Science at UAF Netcast Archive Computation modeling, computational analysis, data gathering and remote sensing are examples of computationally-based science at UAF. The campus benefits from a supercomputing center, campus computing facilities, departmental laboratories, and several specialized research units with strong computational components. This presentation will highlight several of these units and their current approaches to computationally-based research. In addition, these will be related to field research, instruction, outreach, and other aspects of the University's activities. Some of these research areas include northern climate and weather, oceanography, biological systems, space weather, ice (glaciers, sea ice, ice sheets, icing, and ice fog), network research, and northern languages and cultures.

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