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Due to limited exposure to parallelism in current undergraduate CS curricula, most students can't program it by the time they graduate. That is why Professor Peter Pacheco teaches the course Introduction to Parallel Computing to lower division undergrads.
The Indiana University Intel® Parallel Processing Center (Intel® PCC) is a multi-component interdisciplinary center. The initial activities involve Center Director Judy Qiu, an Assistant Professor in the School of Informatics and Computing, and Distinguished Professor of Physics Steven Gottlieb. Qiu will be researching novel parallel systems supporting data analytics and Gottlieb will be adapting...
When I was a college freshman, I had a friend who was a senior studying chemistry. He summed up his experience saying that as a senior he learned how the chemistry professors had been lying to him all those previous years, but now he was learning the truth. Hopefully what he meant was that as his education progressed the simplifications of his earlier years were replaced by more complex models of...
The Administrative Department of Science, Technology, and Innovation and the Ministry of Information and Communication Technologies in Colombia recently issued a challenge to academia to strengthen national competitiveness in IT. In response, the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá joined in a strategic alliance with Intel to advance the state of knowledge in Colombia about the Internet of...
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