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DiMatteo's Research Featured in Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

PITTSBURGH, March 23, 2009 - The research of PSC user Tiziana DiMatteo, cosmologist at Carnegie Mellon University, was featured in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review on Saturday, after she presented an overview of her cosmological simulations on Friday as part of the American Physical Society conference in Pittsburgh, Mar. 16-20.

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DiMatteo Presents Black Hole Simulations at AAAS

PITTSBURGH, February 7, 2009 - PSC user Tiziana DiMatteo, cosmologist at Carnegie Mellon University, presented an overview of her cosmological simulations at PSC as part of the "Big, Small, and Everything in Between: Simulating Our World Using Scientific Computing" session at the 2009 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Annual Meeting in Chicago.

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The TeraGrid is Transforming Research, Say Physicists at the American Physical Society Meeting in Pittsburgh

For academic researchers, these powerful resources are free, and though not all proposals get all they request, almost every proposal is granted access.

PITTSBURGH, March 30, 2009 - "High-performance computing is transforming physics research," said Ralph Roskies, co-scientific director of the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC), during a presentation on Friday, March 20, at the American Physical Society Meeting, held in Pittsburgh, March 16-20.

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Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center Debuts Dynamic Science Teaching Tool

PITTSBURGH, April 29, 2009 - High school and undergraduate students now have a ringside seat to watch atoms and molecules in super-slow motion and vivid color, as they jostle and bump each other within the cozy environs of a human cell or a beaker on a lab bench. In "Big Numbers in Small Spaces: Simulating Atoms, Molecules and Brownian Motion," students are invited to consider how many molecules are in a single drop of water, or a single cell, and then to fly in and find out.

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New Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center System from Hewlett-Packard Supports Research in Pennsylvania

At DISCOVER 09, an Open House on January 29, PSC will demonstrate research advantages of high-performance computing.

PITTSBURGH, January 13, 2009 - Through an arrangement with Hewlett-Packard (HP), the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) has installed and made available to researchers a 64-core, HP BladeSystem c3000. This new PSC system, named Warhol, is provided exclusively to academic researchers in Pennsylvania, as well as private sector and government researchers.

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