Jorge Salazar

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Caption: Maytal Dahan is a research engineer and science associate at the Texas Advanced Computing Center.

SXSW 2015: Science + Tech Meet Up: Scientists and Geeks Unite (04:49)
From: Jorge Salazar

Maytal Dahan of TACC presents a SXSW 2015 meetup that brings together scientists, developers, and researchers to share skills and expertise on the newest web technologies and ...
Caption: Rion Dooley (left) manages the web and cloud services group plus he leads the Agave API project at TACC. John Fonner (right) is part of the Life Sciences Computing Group at TACC.

SXSW 2015: ScaaS & Other Lies: Hacking Big Data on the Web (10:11)
From: Jorge Salazar

John Fonner and Rion Dooley of TACC present a SXSW 2015 workshop that explores new ways big data and computational science are done and that gives hands-on experience to ...
Caption:  Matt Vaughn (left) is the director of the Life Sciences Computing Group; and Matthew Hanlon (right) manages the Web and Mobile Applications Group at the Texas Advanced Computing Center.

SXSW 2015: A Next Generation Platform For Open Data (06:27)
From: Jorge Salazar

Matthew Hanlon and Matthew Vaughn of TACC present a SXSW 2015 core conversation that shares their experiences building the Arabidopsis Information Portal and explains how ...
Caption: Like a Chinese Finger Puzzle Trap, the bond between scaffolding proteins in the cellulosome strengthens when force is exerted on it and becomes one of the strongest found in living systems. , Credit: TACC

Supercomputers Help Solve Puzzle-Like Bond for Biofuels (09:40)
From: Jorge Salazar

One of life's strongest bonds was discovered by biofuels researchers using XSEDE resources Stampede and Blue Waters supercomputers. This podcast features an interview with ...
Caption: Exotic state of matter known as quantum spin Hall effect shown here by red crossing lines that traverse the band gap of the discovered material and conduct electricity only at its edges., Credit: Credit: Qian et. al.

Exotic States Materialize With Supercomputers (07:35)
From: Jorge Salazar

Materials with novel electrical properties discovered using XSEDE computational resources Stampede and Lonestar supercomputers of TACC.