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New Training Vids Leverage @ESnet Expertise to Improve Network Performance around the World: ow.ly/yifO302mmL3
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#‎iamaphysicist‬ wrking on #bigdata & #HPC analysis @NERSC. Previously I studied neutrinos w/@uw_icecube -L.Gerhardt
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RT @verge: Canadian prime minister schools journalist in how quantum computing works http://theverge.com/2016/4/15/1143http://pic.twitter.com/RTktzOfKHx
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Ever Wonder Why Only Apple Users Can Trash Their Files? http://ow.ly/ZDH6d via @atlasobscura #FunFactFriday http://ow.ly/ZDH6d
A 1994 lawsuit scared other developers away from the garbage can.
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“... we are producing ever-increasing amounts of data, faster than Moore’s Law and cannot actually see how we can do all of the computing that we need to do with the current software that we have,” says Paolo Calafiura, Berkeley Lab . Details: http://ow.ly/YCxxk
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#Stars ignite in new #supercomputer sims: http://ow.ly/7bVM3028i5R Robert Sanders UC Berkeley LLNL NASA
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From bears to birds to herders: computing methods to cultivate a sustainable environment, economy society
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As #CS dept expands, one critical field still lags behind: #cybersecurity: http://ow.ly/10D5sL @theofficialacm http://pic.twitter.com/BxceYAvUTN
None of the top 10 U.S. computer science programs requires students to take a security course to graduate, a new study says.
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Congrats 2016 @NERSC Award Winners ow.ly/ZPe3K #NUG16 @doescience @BerkeleyLab @MIT @AtmosNews @argonne
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Tomorrow LIVE on Twitter! Berkeley Lab Climate Scientist Michael Wehner will be discussing heat waves & extreme weather in a changing climate on March 2 at 1:30p ET / 10:30a PT. Tag @BerkeleyLab & ‪#‎Heatwave‬ to join the conversation: http://ow.ly/YWrfY
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In Dec 2015, #NERSC moved the Edison ‪#supercomputer‬ from its former home in downtown Oakland to #BerkeleyLab's brand new Shyh Wang Hall. This video shows how they did it, how's that for ‪#motivationmonday‬? #HPC
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Berkeley Lab's Computing Sciences organization researches, develops, and deploys new tools and technologies to advance research in such areas as global climate change, combustion, fusion energy, nanotechnology, biology, and astrophysics.
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Berkeley Lab's Computing Sciences organization researches, develops, and deploys new tools and technologies to advance research in such areas as global climate change, combustion, fusion energy, nanotechnology, biology, and astrophysics.

The Computing Sciences organization was created to advance computational science throughout the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Science research programs. The organization includes:

The Computational Research Division (CRD)

CRD creates computational tools and techniques that enable scientific breakthroughs by conducting applied research and development in computer science, computational science, and applied mathematics. http://crd.lbl.gov/


The National Energy Research Scientific Research Computing (NERSC) Center

NERSC is home to some of the world’s most efficient supercomputers. This center is a leader in providing systems, services and expertise to advance computational science throughout the Department of Energy research community. http://www.nersc.gov/


The Energy Sciences Network (ESnet)

ESnet provides high-bandwidth, reliable connections to researchers at national laboratories, universities and other institutions, across the United States. These world-class connections provide the collaborative capabilities needed to address some of the world’s most important scientific challenges. http://www.es.net/