Large corporate bankruptcy cases don’t easily lend themselves to empirical research, according to UC Berkeley Law Professor Ken Ayotte, because “sample sizes are small, and the financial data that’s available on the company leading up to bankruptcy is usually sparse and
How might one measure the social cost of carbon? This is the question that brought more than 20 climate scientists, economists, data analysts, engineers, and researchers together at the Climate
At the 2017 Moore-Sloan Data Science Environment (MSDSE) Summit, held in New Orleans this past November, UC Berkeley and U
A new team of undergraduate interns joined the Berkeley Research Computing (BRC) team this fall, and quickly became an indispensable part of Savio cluster operations. The BRC Ops Intern Program was conceived as a pilot for a BRC undergraduate fellowship program, currently in
The fifth bi-annual Consulting Summit on November 7 brought together academic support staff and librarians from across the campus to compare experiences providing help to instructors and researchers, and to explore the topic of inclusion and diversity in the services they provide.
Over the past year, our 2017 interns at Berkeley Research Computing (BRC) have been hard at work developing a banking system in SLURM, Savio’s cluster management and job scheduling system, in
Much of the UC Berkeley campus will be closed, or operating on modified schedules, during the Holiday Energy Curtailment period from December 25, 2017 to January 1, 2018.
Research IT services and support will be operating during this period as follows:
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