More, Faster, Better – UH Unveils New Supercomputer
$2.5 Million Computing Cluster Will Allow University to Better Serve the Research Community
Pharis Fellowship Student Madhumitha Periyasamy
Fellowships sponsored by the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Data Science Institute and Humana Integrated Health System Sciences Institute, administered by the DASH program.
Annual Visualization Day Winners
The HPE Data Science Institute and UH Libraries partner to bring Annual Visualization Day to campus. Two contest winners displayed their research with an easy-to-understand image.
Pharis Fellowship Student Sameer Sidiq
Pharis Fellowships are sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise Data Science Institute and Humana Integrated Health System Sciences Institute, and administered by the DASH program.
NIMBIX CEO Explores 'Software for Hybrid Cloud HPC Clusters'
NIMBIX delivers a webinar regarding visionary methods to incorporate HPC scheduling, applications and workflows in clusters with Kubernetes.
Who’s Who in Data Science: 2020 Entrepreneur and Thought Leader Panel
The Data Science and Machine Learning SIG (Geophysical Society of Houston) presented a panel of innovators to discuss the latest technology available in data science and machine learning, as well as to form alliances for multidisciplinary research.
Stargazing with HPE Data Science Institute associate director and astrophysicist, Martin Huarte-Espinosa, Ph.D.
University of Houston astrophysicist and associate director of the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Data Science Institute discusses his recent publication.
Talking With MIT Technology Review Innovator Under 35, Rose Faghih, Ph.D.
Using the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Data Science Institute’s computational resources, research continues remotely on the interconnection between technology and computational medicine and neuroscience.
HPE Data Science Institute partners with the Society of Petroleum Engineers this summer.
Data Scientist Explores Effective COVID-19 Data-Driven Model
For the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Data Science Institute Seminar Series, Marco Sampaio, Ph.D., delivered a presentation regarding distinct models for disease spread and analysis.
NAG Manager Introduces ‘Optimizing Seismic in the Cloud for Performance and Cost’
The Hewlett Packard Enterprise Data Science Institute Seminar Series and NAG presented a webinar describing strategies to help improve optimization, time-to-solution and more in the cloud.
Ben Lasscock, Ph.D., Presents: ‘Applications of AI/ML with Geophysical Data’
Sponsored by the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Data Science Institute and the Geophysical Society of Houston, the inaugural webinar focused on artificial intelligence and machine learning applications to Geophysics.
A Talk with Chemistry Professor Jakoah Brgoch, Ph.D.
Using the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Data Science Institute’s computational resources, research continues remotely on synthetic chemistry, sustainability, and computational modeling.
NASA Chief Delivers ‘The James Webb Telescope’ Presentation
The Hewlett Packard Enterprise Seminar Series presented NASA’s current project and upcoming launch dates for its new James Webb Telescope.
PEERS Announces 2019 - 2020 Award Winners
Sponsored by the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Data Science Institute, the PEERS program concluded the academic year with an online awards ceremony honoring its high school student participants and undergraduate mentors.
BSC Manager Presents ‘Programming Parallel Codes with PyCOMPSs’
Rosa M. Badia discussed emerging technologies in a remote seminar for the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Data Science Institute.
UH Clinical Psychologist Presents ‘Applications of Data Science in Genetics’
In cooperation with the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Data Science Institute, Elena Grigorenko, Ph.D., and her group presented remotely for the seminar series.
A Conversation with Physics Professor Margaret Cheung, Ph.D.
Using the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Data Science Institute’s computational resources, research continues remotely on biological physics.
Q&A with Professor Lars Grabow, Ph.D.
Using the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Data Science Institute’s computational resources, research continues remotely on vehicle emission control, chemical materials and new batteries.
PEERS Program Goes Remote
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Project Engagement Encouraging Rising Students (PEERS) successfully transitioned to remote learning.
CEO Discusses ‘Real-Time Well Data Analysis in the Cloud’
In collaboration with HPE Data Science Institute, the Society of High Performance Computing Professionals presented a remote seminar.
Data-Driven Research on Ancient Syria
Kristina Neumann, Ph.D., and Peggy Lindner, Ph.D., cross-referenced data regarding different sizes and denominations of coins from ancient Syria.
HPE Data Science Institute Sponsors Pharis Fellows
Sponsored by the HPE Data Science Institute and the Humana Institute, the 2020 Pharis Fellowship Program is open for undergraduate student applicants.
HVAC and High Performance Computing
Rodolfo Ostilla-Mónico is making inroads in the field of engineering and within the science of sustainable energy.
2020 Sloan Research Fellowship
Using computational resources from the HPE Data Science Institute, along with other research methods, Drs. Jakoah Brgoch and Judy Wu have been awarded this prestigious fellowship for their work within the field of chemistry.
Coding for Cougars
HPE DSI courses give students like Happi Nguyen a competitive advantage in the IT job market.
HPE DSI Names New Director of Engaged Data Science
Andrew Kapral joins the institute, overseeing its Engaged Data Science initiative.
New Associate Director of the HPE Data Science Institute
Martin Huarte-Espinosa will take on the role of associate director of the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Data Science Institute effective November 25.
CACDS receives new name and strategic direction
CACDS (Core Facility for Advanced Computing and Data Science) is now RCDC (Research Computing Data Core). The name change is new strategic direction better addresses the goals and needs of the UH research community.
We are developing a system that allows security cameras to recognize and send first responders an alert at the first sign of a public threat.
We produced an extensive dataset examining how drivers react to different types of distractions, part of an effort to create strategies for making driving safer.
We are designing immune system cells that can survive within a cancerous tumor even when nutrients needed to sustain them are not available.