Computational Knowledge Synthesis
speaker series

A 2011 Computation Institute Speaker Series that highlights advances in the use of computation to reason over human knowledge and generate path-breaking insights, hypotheses and conclusions. | read more >

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February 24, 2014
"Podcast: Adapting Supercomputers for Whole Genome Analysis" | read more>

October 8, 2013
UChicago News
"Nobel-winning Higgs discovery has ties to scientists from UChicago, Fermilab and Argonne" | read more>

August 22, 2013
Crain's Chicago Business
"U of C computer researchers will have a hand in South Works remake" | read more>

July 19, 2013
"50 Politicos to Watch: Rayid Ghani" | read more>

July 18, 2013
Crain's Chicago Business
"Cook County Land Bank taps quant jocks for property acquisitions" | read more>

July 9, 2013
Crain's Chicago Business
"Former Obama techie wants to solve big problems with big data" | read more>

June 21, 2013
Science Friday
"A Calculating Win for China's New Supercomputer" | read more>

May 29, 2013
Technology Review
"Data Won the U.S. Election. Now Can It Save the World?" | read more>

Computation News

In the current newsletter, Ian reflects on the status of the Institute and what should be our plans for the coming years.

Additional articles this month feature an Introduction to TeraGrid, an article on Computational Infrastructure for Economic Research, report on the recent DSLWorkshop 2009 and a Q&A with CI Senior Fellow, Mike Wilde.