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CollectionSpace Tech Team Formed at LYRASIS

The CollectionSpace technical team has gained two new members who will support and extend the museum collections management software through LYRASIS, the project’s new organizational home. Richard Millet, formerly of UC Berkeley’s Research IT, has joined LYRASIS as the CollectionSpace Technical Lead. Richard brings over two decades of IT experience to this position, together with his background as former software architect, engineer, and team lead for UC Berkeley’s CollectionSpace team. Raja Sritharan has joined LYRASIS as the CollectionSpace QA Manager and Configuration Developer.

Bay Area Digital Humanities Meetup held at Berkeley

On September 18th, Digital Humanities @ Berkeley hosted the Bay Area Digital Humanities Meetup at the Magnes Collection for Jewish Art and Life. Started earlier this year, the Bay Area DH Meetup seeks to foster ties between industry, the academy, and the public to promote DH scholarship.To celebrate HackTheHearst, a 10-day hackathon for the Phoebe A.

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CASC 2014 highlights: Data Management, NSF's ACI program, Box & HIPAA Alignment

A funders’ view of data management, NSF’s Advanced Cyberinfrastructure program, and bringing Box.com into alignment with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act’s privacy rule were highlights of the 2014 Fall Meeting of the Coalition for Academic Scientific Computation (CASC) for Research IT’s David Greenbaum and Chris Hoffman, who attended from September 17-19.

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Welcome Camille Villa, Digital Humanities Assistant!

Research IT is happy to announce that Camille Villa has recently joined the group as a Digital Humanities Assistant!

As a student employee in Research IT, Camille played a major role in organizing the #HackFSM hackathon during spring 2014, including suggesting the Free Speech Movement Digital Archive as the area of focus for the hackathon.

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BRC HPC Condo Cluster Off to a Roaring Start

Research IT's new BRC HPC Condo Cluster service offering has gotten off to a roaring start. The new service, officially launched on May 22 at a special event held at Sutardja Dai Hall, allows faculty and principal investigators to purchase compute nodes (individual servers) from their grants or other available funds, to add to campus' new compute cluster SAVIO.

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