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Feature

Nov. 18, 2021

A High Performance History - TACC Celebrates 20 Years

  • Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) celebrates two decades advancing HPC at UT Austin
  • Oden Institute central to its success - both entitities "produced great global credibility for Texas as a new center for HPC.”
TACC celebrates 20 years since first opening its doors back in 2001. Credit TACC

TACC celebrates 20 years since first opening its doors back in 2001. Credit TACC

News

Nov. 10, 2021

Collaboration on Data and Computational Sciences Announces 2021-2022 Projects to Advance Cancer Breakthroughs

  • Second round of funded projects announced in cooperative research and educational program in Oncological Data and Computational Sciences.
  • Latest projects include new ways for identifying, characterizing and treating prostate cancer, blood-related cancer, liver cancer and skin cancer.
Heart simulation. The Oncological Data and Computational Sciences program is funding a variety of projects looking at cancer. Credit: Oden Institute

Heart simulation. The Oncological Data and Computational Sciences program is funding a variety of projects looking at cancer. Credit: Oden Institute

News

Nov. 3, 2021

Exploring, Monitoring and Modeling the Deep Ocean Are Goals of New Research

  • Experts across disciplines collaborate to address challenges of U.N. Ocean Decade initiative.  
  • Participants aim to highlight importance of deep-ocean science for decisions regarding climate, biodiversity and sustainability.
Computational modeling techniques are being used to better understand the Earth's deepest oceans. Credit: Oden Institute

Computational modeling techniques are being used to better understand the Earth's deepest oceans. Credit: Oden Institute

Next Upcoming Event

Beauty in Research and Intersections with Teaching

Howard Stone, Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University

2 p.m.– 3 p.m.

Dec. 1, 2021

Zoom Only Seminar

Feature

Aug. 31, 2021

From Left to Right: Nicole Aretz, Georgios Bakirtzis, Hsi-Wei Hsieh, Stefan Henneking, Haiyi Wu and Milinda Shayamal Fernando.

Introducing The 2021 Fellowship…

  • 2021 Peter O'Donnell, Jr. Postdoctoral Fellows bring variety of new skillsets and diverse research interests
  • Scope of projects range from computational modeling at atomic scale to development of tsunami simulation techniques

Feature

July 7, 2021

Participants from all over the world took part in the "2021 Virtual School on Electron-Phonon Physics
and the EPW Code" in June 2021.

When Life Gives You Lemons

  • Workshop covering the physics of electron-phonon interactions reaches huge audience
  • 177 participants from 38 countries 

Feature

March 1, 2021

Ivo & Renata Babuška

Ivo & Renata Babuška Endowed Excellence Fund Will Support Student Forum and Scholarships

  • Fund will support the Babuška Forum
  • It will also provide scholarship support to outstanding undergraduate seniors working with research groups at Institute

News

Nov. 2, 2021

Aerospace Engineer Joins Forces with Apple Co-Founder to Clean Up Space

  • UT Austin aerospace engineer joins Apple co-founder
  • Privateer will address critical issue of space sustainability
Graphical representation of space junk around the Earth as viewed from space. Credit: Oden Institute

Graphical representation of space junk around the Earth as viewed from space. Credit: Oden Institute

Profile

April 27, 2021

Ian and Amelia Henriksen with their one-year-old son, Vincent.

Preschoolers, PhDs and The Pandemic