UNH has recently received a NSF Major Research Instrumentation award for a new Focused Ion Beam Scanning Electron Microscope (FIB-SEM). The unit will be housed at the University Instrumentation Center (UIC) in the basement of Parsons Hall. The grant is a result of a collaborative proposal developed by investigators from Mechanical Engineering, Earth Sciences, Materials Science, and the UIC. ...
The Lenharth Data Center has become home to the first Cray supercomputer in New England. On Monday, November 4th, an open house was held to introduce the community to the new supercomputer and to share with people the importance of this acquisition.
The event was well-attended and remarks were offered by Harlan Spence, the director of UNH’s Institute for Earth, Oceans, and Space, Provost and...
RCI is excited to announce that Ben Powers is joining the Research IT group located in the Service Building. Ben comes to us as a recent graduate of Southern New Hampshire University and will be working on several projects with Scott Troy and members of Sponsored Programs and Research Integrity Services.
Feel free to stop by and welcome Ben to UNH. His office is located in room 106C of the...
On October 10, 2013, RCI software engineer Tucker Hurton was recognized at the UNH Inventor’s Dinner, organized by the Office of Research Partnerships and Commercialization. He was acknowledged for his work on the data destruction software that has been licensed by Obliterase, a local company that continues to work with RCI.
Congratulations, Tucker, on the outstanding work you do!
Two software engineers represented RCI at a weekend-long DrupalCamp in September. The event was held at Great Bay Community College in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Drupal is an open-source, PHP-based web application and content management system. It has been adopted by UNH for many web-based projects.
RCI’s programmers attended several Drupal presentations and participated in a code sprint. A...