UTSA hosts presentation by UT Austin computing center
By Kelly Kam
Executive Assistant, Office of the Vice President for Research
(June 22, 2007)--UTSA researchers are invited to a presentation on research collaboration by the executive director and staff members from UT Austin's Texas Advanced Computer Center (TACC). The presentation is 10 a.m.-noon, Tuesday, June 26 in the University Center Oak Room (2.01.20), 1604 Campus.
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Sponsored by the UTSA Office of the Vice President for Research and the Office of Information Technology, the meeting is to discuss collaboration between UTSA and TACC researchers. The presentation will include discussion, and TACC staff will remain afterward to answer questions.
"This is an excellent opportunity for our researchers to become involved with an advanced cyber infrastructure that can open new and dramatic capabilities for their work," said Robert Gracy, UTSA vice president for research.
Renowned internationally as a leading academic advanced computing center, TACC provides a comprehensive terra-scale computing, visualization and storage infrastructure with expert support and new software technologies and techniques.
TACC resources and technologies, which are available to UTSA researchers, include new remote visualization capabilities for large-scale data analysis, software for launching and managing jobs across distributed resources, and portals for enabling easier utilization of these resources.
For more information, visit the TACC Web site.