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2015 Pennsylvania State Budget Includes $500,000 for the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center  

Monday, July 14, 2014
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania budget for fiscal year 2015 includes $500,000 for the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC).
 
“We are, of course, pleased and honored that the state has once again found PSC to be worthy of funding in this fiscally challenging year,” says Ralph Roskies, scientific director for PSC. “We’re grateful to the members of the General Assembly, the Allegheny County delegation and especially the critical bipartisan support of Senators Randy Vulakovich and Jay Costa and Representatives Mark Mustio and Joe Markosek.”

Read more: 2015 Pennsylvania State Budget includes $500,000 for PSC

PSC directors discuss role of supercomputing in Post-Gazette op/ed

Monday, June 23, 2014

Michael Levine and Ralph Roskies, the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center's scientific directors, have written an op/ed piece that appeared in yesterday's Sunday Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. You can read the editorial, which charts out the role played by supercomputing centers in delivering important discoveries and local benefits that other computing resources cannot, here.

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