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First Rogue Takes Flight: How CRNCH Builds Strong Industry Partnerships

CRNCH has helped improve the Emu Chick computer in its first year.

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Georgia Tech’s Leading High-Performance Computing Scientists Showcase Research Highlights at Supercomputing 2018

Georgia Tech researchers head to the Supercomputing conference in Dallas, Texas this week.

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Georgia Tech Superheroes of Supercomputing Make a Powerful Debut at SC’18

A new trading card series of superheroes represents Georgia Tech's latest high-performance computing research at the Supercomputing Conference series.

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Georgia Tech Ph.D. Student Wins Best Paper Honorable Mention at IEEE VIS 2018

Hohman and Conlen demonstrate how artwork from the Metropolitan Museum of Art can be categorized using machine learning techniques.

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CSE Chair David Bader Named Editor-in-Chief of ACM Transactions on Parallel Computing

The ACM publication specializing in parallel computing names CSE Chair David Bader new Editor-in-Chief.

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Georgia Tech Professor Srinivas Aluru Leads U.S. Data Science Leadership Summit

The first U.S. Data Science Leadership group assembles for its second summit.

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CSE Distinguished Lecture Recap: Why Julia is the Programming Language that Lets You Have It All

MIT Professor Alan Edelman discusses Julia programming at CSE distinguished lecture.

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School of Computer Science Students Dominate at Demo Day

School of Computer Science (SCS) students won three of the four top prizes at Institute for Information Security and Privacy (IISP) Cybersecurity Demo Day.

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Georgia Tech research shapes data literacy and usability at IEEE VIS 2018

Georgia Tech faculty and graduate students will present their latest research in information visualization and visual analytics, including 14 papers, at the annual IEEE Visualization (IEEE VIS) Conference in Berlin, Germany, Oct. 21-26.

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