The Operating Innovative Networks (OIN) workshop was held on the UNH campus August 26 – 27, 2014. The workshop brought together networking experts from around the country to train university network engineers to build networks to support data intensive science.
In attendance from RCC were Rob Anderson, Patrick Messer, Mark Maciolek, and Tom Baker. Participants learned about science DMZ construction and dynamic networks. They were also given the opportunity to perform hands-on problem solving in virtual environments.
The Research Computing Center is pleased to announce that Scott Troy, one of our system technologists, has successfully created e-Routes; a streamlined method that allows researchers at UNH to submit and route paperless proposals for internal approvals. e-Routes was created to save time for researchers and research faculty members by letting them submit and track the progress of their proposals online.
The Research Computing Center has recently hired two new student operators who have joined the team in Morse Hall providing a variety of IT and help desk services. We extend a warm welcome to Emily Helrich and Sean Graham.
Emily comes to us as a Computer Science major in her Junior year. Sean is entering his Junior year and is majoring in Information Technology. We’re pleased to have them working with us and look forward to taking advantage of the skills they bring to RCC.
We’re nearing the end of the 2014 Summer Analytics Institute at UNH. This year’s participants are juniors, seniors, or degree holders who are interested in using analytics to support their career goals.
What is analytics? According to the website for the Analytics Institute, “Analytics seeks to find patterns across broad sources of data and bring them to bear on the problems of industry and populations”.
RCC’s student technical writer, Alicia O’Brien, along with Christopher Len and Kyle Ireland, won the top prize at the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Symposium (ISES). The ISES, held on April 23rd, was part of the 2014 Undergraduate Research Conference.
Alicia’s team took home first place in the Computer Science – Application category with their project titled, “Pac Help Application”. Here’s how the team summarizes their project:
RCC is pleased to introduce our student employees who are presenting research projects at the UNH Undergraduate Research Conference at the Whittemore Center Arena during the Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Symposium on April 23, 2014.
Tyler MacPherson, Information Technology – Tyler and Cory Hayward are presenting their work on the Lobster Research Database.