It’s the start of Fall semester, and the Berkeley Research Computing (BRC) Program is recruiting for undergraduate and graduate student positions!
Growing up in Anyang, in a central region of China greatly impacted by earthquakes, Qingkai Kong was inspired to do research in seismology precisely because earthquakes are serious natural hazards...Read more about Seismologist processes earthquake waveforms recorded by smartphones on multiple platforms
This past year, Research IT’s interns have been working alongside staff to improve the experience of Savio cluster users. In Spring 2017,...Read more about Research IT interns develop improvements to Savio functionality in response to user input
Research IT’s innovative approach to supporting digital humanities was on display in multiple venues at the international Digital Humanities 2017 conference, held from August 8-11, 2017 at McGill University in Montreal. Quinn Dombrowski,...Read more about Research IT's digital humanities support highlighted at DH 2017
Ray Lee of UC Berkeley’s Research IT department is the lead for the CollectionSpace UI rewrite project, code-named “Drydock.” The following piece describes progress in improving record types, template selection, and custom validation functionality in CollectionSpace. This work is funded by...Read more about CollectionSpace UI Rewrite: Milestone 4 Update
As both a visiting doctoral candidate at UCLA’s Department of Sociology and a lecturer in the School of Information’s Master of Information and Data Science program (MIDS), Brooks Ambrose...Read more about Sociologist uses Docker to switch workflows with ease
Since April 2013, Research IT has hosted a biweekly reading group open to anyone affiliated with UC Berkeley, to discuss research projects, technology that supports...Read more about Research IT Reading Group: now with remote participation
The Student Technology Fund committee at UC Berkeley recently awarded Research IT a grant for the two-year project,...Read more about Research IT Awarded Grant for 3D Visualization Project with the Hearst Museum