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BRC: Supporting Data Intensive Computing

Like The Blob in a 1950s B-movie, data grows ever larger with time. That’s what UC Berkeley’s researchers are finding as they work with data generated by new generations of instruments and high-resolution sensors, as well as increasingly monstrous datasets. Brain scans from high resolution CCD cameras, images from remote telescopes, and high frequency stock trading and quotation datasets are just a few examples of this data’s diversity.

One IT Summit June 25th

The One IT Summit is a forum for UC Berkeley IT staff and teams to network, share their work, highlight new technology and provide status on key initiatives. Please join us on Wednesday, June 25th, 8:30 AM - 2 PM AT Memorial Stadium Field, Club Level.

Research IT team members will be presenting on several projects, such as Berkeley Research Computing, CollectionSpace, Research Data Management, and Digital Humanities @ Berkeley.

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