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H1N1 Research at PSC Wins "Top Supercomputing Achievement" Award
The HPCWire Readers' Choice Award recognized PSC's work as part of the National Institutes of Health's Models of Infectious Disease Agent Study (MIDAS) project, which supports research to simulate disease spread and evaluate intervention strategies.

Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center Introduces SAFE-Net
SAFE-Net, a program of the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, funded by the National Science Foundation, raises awareness about safe practices in use of the Internet.

PSC on TV: PSC Scientist Demonstrates Model of H1N1 Outbreak in Pittsburgh
WTAE-TV journalist Michelle Wright interviewed PSC scientist Shawn Brown about his modeling of the spread of the H1N1 virus in Allegheny County, which includes Pittsburgh and surrounding communities in the metropolitian area, and Brown demonstrated the model on camera for viewers.

Social Security Number Vulnerability Findings Relied on Supercomputing
Access to a large-scale parallel system at Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center made it possible to overcome difficulties and greatly accelerated time to solution.

PSC Partners with Darkstrand
PSC joins forces with Darkstrand to advance innovation and collaboration bringing greater bandwidth and Research Brainshare to U.S. Companies.

PSC Debuts Dynamic Science Teaching Tool *Podcast included

PSC Helps Demonstrate International TelePresence *Podcast included
[2009.5.07 - UPDATED]
Live from Pittsburgh to Abu Dhabi: First International TelePresence Session via NLR

Clean Energy: PSC featured in Ben Franklin newsletter

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

DiMatteo's Research Featured in Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
The research of PSC user Tiziana DiMatteo, cosmologist at Carnegie Mellon University, was featured in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review...

Big Turnout for PSC’s Discover 09 Open House
With a turnout of 131 people, including students and teachers from local universities, governmental organizations and others interested in computational science, the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center’s Discover 09 Open House met its goal of introducing high-performance computing to a wide regional audience.

New HP System & Discover 09 Open House
New Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center System from Hewlett-Packard Supports Research in Pennsylvania

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