CHAPEL HILL, NC, June 2, 2008 – The Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI) invites the public to the latest in its Renaissance Bistro series of lunchtime demonstrations and lectures from noon to 1 p.m. in the Showcase Dome room at the RENCI engagement center at UNC Chapel Hill on Thursday, June 26. Read more
GREENVILLE, NC, May 19, 2008 – East Carolina University students Robert Howard, geological sciences, and Christopher Betancourt, biology, will become the first RENCI at ECU Masters Fellows. The one-semester fellowships for fall 2008 provide support for students’ thesis work. Read more
ASHEVILLE, NC, May 6, 2008 – The teachers who make science an up close and personal experience for children in Western North Carolina have an impressive new tool to use, thanks to an outreach education van offered by Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI) at UNC Asheville. Read more
CHAPEL HILL, NC, May 5, 2008 – Three counties in North Carolina will soon have detailed information about the weather patterns in their region and new classroom curricula that uses real-time weather station information as a result of the Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI) Weather Web competition. The winners are Yancey, Hyde and Alexander counties. Read more
RENCI researchers and their collaborators are continually producing technical results as a result of projects with collaborators in high performance computing, grid computing, networking infrastructure development and other areas.
As a way to share results with its key audiences, RENCI introduced a Technical Reports series in 2008. The reports show interim and final results of long-term research projects and address a wide range of issues in technical fields.
Technical reports will be listed by year and number. Check out the first two reports at http://www.renci.org/publications/techreports.php.
Chapel Hill, NC, April 25, 2008 – RENCI at Duke, the engagement center on the Duke University campus, will open its doors in May, expanding the RENCI virtual organization to eight facilities in six locations across North Carolina. Read more
CHAPEL HILL, NC, April 18, 2008 – Sensor network research will be the focus of an informal research seminar at the Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI) on Friday, April 25. James Horey, a researcher at the University of New Mexico (UNM), will be the speaker. He will present his talk, “Beyond the Lab: Sensor Networks in the Real World” at 3 p.m. in the Biltmore Conference Room at RENCI (in the new 590 suite). Read more
CHAPEL HILL, NC, April 15, 2008—The Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI), an Open Science Grid partner, will lead an effort to involve more university research teams and more campuses in using cyberinfrastructure (CI) as a tool for research and discovery. Read more
At RENCI at UNC Charlotte, the new engagement center that involves UNC Charlotte’s Center for Applied Geographic Information Science, the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute and the Charlotte Visualization Center, researchers are developing visual models to illustrate the impacts of urban growth. Read more