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June 17, 2024

Machine Learning Reveals How Heart Attacks Change Your Heart

In two recent papers, Oden Institute researchers delved into the complexities of the mitral valve and heart valve function and introduced an innovative method for very high speed computational models of heart function.

Final LV/MV Model

Final LV/MV Model

News

May 24, 2024

Oden Institute Honors 2024 Graduates at Reception

The reception celebrated graduates who completed degrees from between August 2023 and May 2024. 

Graduates with their advisors (not all pictured).

Graduates with their advisors (not all pictured).

Feature

May 23, 2024

Conquering Breast Cancer Using Supercomputers, Data, and Mathematical Modeling

Stampede2, Lonestar6, Corral systems help advance tumor models, treatment options. 


 

Breast cancer researchers are enlisting supercomputers in making new discoveries to improve treatment and understanding of the deadly disease. TACC systems and expertis are giving scientists much-needed data and computational resources for modeling tumor

Breast cancer researchers are enlisting supercomputers in making new discoveries to improve treatment and understanding of the deadly disease. TACC systems and expertis are giving scientists much-needed data and computational resources for modeling tumor

Next Upcoming Event

Parallel Programming Frameworks for Irregular and Regular Parallelism

Hochan Lee, PhD Candidate, Oden Institute

11 a.m.– 1 a.m.

July 8, 2024

POB 4.304 and Zoom

Feature

April 8, 2024

Four tools for the next generation of clinical trials

From Average to Individual: Transforming Cancer Care With Single-Subject Clinical Trials

Read about the Center for Computational Oncology's work with the MD Anderson Cancer Center to design clinical trials for patients who are not average. 

Feature

Jan. 11, 2024

Dr. Tom Yankeelov

The Cancer Equation

Read about Tom Yankeelov's fruitful career at the Oden Institute and his mission to individualize cancer care through computational science. 

Feature

Nov. 6, 2023

J. Tinsley Oden in the TACC Visualization Lab at the Oden Institute.

A Powerful Vision: the Synergistic Relationship of High-Performance Computing and the Oden Institute

The establishment 50 years ago of the Oden Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences set the stage for growth of HPC and the formation of the Texas Advanced Computing Center.

News

May 17, 2024

Ignorance Is Bliss - Researchers Publish New Methods for Making Accurate Thermodynamic Estimates

New research outlines a novel method of making accurate thermodynamic estimates of single molecule systems using experimentally available data. 

A schematic of the continuous motion of Kinesin, a molecular machine. Credit: Kristian Blom

A schematic of the continuous motion of Kinesin, a molecular machine. Credit: Kristian Blom