Global research uses computing services to advance parenting and child development

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Andrew Grogan-Kaylor, professor of Social Work, has spent the past 15 years studying the impact of physical discipline on children within the United States.  Working with a team of other…

RMP new feature alert: Manage Turbo users on-demand

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Advanced Research Computing (ARC), a division of ITS, has been developing a self-service tool called the Resource Management Portal (RMP) to give researchers and their delegates the ability to directly…

ARC, LSA support groundbreaking global energy tracking

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How can technology services like high-performance computing and storage help a political scientist contribute to more equal access to electricity around the world?  Brian Min, associate professor of political science…

Name change: ARC-TS is now ARC

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We are excited to announce that we will be changing our name from Advanced Research Computing - Technology Services (ARC-TS) to Advanced Research Computing (ARC). Along with the entire ITS…

April 12 - April 16

NVidia GTC 2021 Conference

NVIDIA has their GTC technical conference April 12-16. It is free to attend and all online so no travel. Making you aware of this opportunity to hear from a global community of…

April 13 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Object Detection using Deep Learning with TorchVision

Like many image processing problems, deep learning has brought many effective solutions to the task of object detection. The TorchVision library is part of the PyTorch project, and it offers…

May 7 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Advanced ML topics: Algorithms, writing ML code, comparing implementations

OVERVIEW This workshop is designed as a follow-up to the basic introduction to machine learning earlier in this series. We will cover several examples in Python and compare different implementations….