Researchers at the University of Chicago are using satellite images of Earth to measure economic activity on a global scale.

Testing Economics from the Celestial Observatory

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Researchers at the University of Chicago are using satellite images of Earth to measure economic activity on a global scale.

Morphology of vesicle with homeotropic and degenerate planar anchoring before and after deformation when LC is found both inside and outside the membrane.

Manipulation of Liquid Crystals Could Help Control Drug-delivery Process

Monday, September 19, 2016

Computer modeling, real-world testing yields new method

Student presenters, from left to right: Neal Jochmann, Rudyard Richter, Baixue Yao, Alex Mueller.

Demo Day Returns

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Demo Day is a chance for the staff to better understand the many research projects RCC is helping, as well as for the students to practice public presentation.

Artist's rendering of Aurora. Courtesy Argonne/ALCF.

A Look into the Future

Friday, June 24, 2016

Timothy Williams came to speak about using ALCF in the years to come, teasing the computing resources that will soon be available as its signature machine, Mira, is replaced.

Mira, the signature supercomputer at ALCF. Image courtesy Argonne National Laboratory.

Stepping Stones to the Exascale

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Not only is Argonne just 22 miles away, but it’s also a direct descendant of UChicago’s participation in the Manhattan Project. And besides the attraction of the Mira supercomputer, the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility has much more to offer UChicago researchers.

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