The world’s most important scientific facilities, from the CERN Large Hadron Collider to the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, deal with massive amounts of data every day that are mined, stored, analyzed and visualized. It’s a colossal task that requires help from the top minds in data management to handle.
|The CERN Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland is one of many of the world’s most important scientific facilities and research projects that will get help from team members from the University of Utah’s School of Computing and five other universities on how to best manage their scientific data.|
So the National Science Foundation (NSF) is turning to expert computer scientists from the University of Utah’s School of Computing and five other top universities, to help these facilities and other research projects manage their data in faster and more affordable ways.
SCI Institute, University of Utah: Jess Tate, Daniel White, Alexandra Warner, Ross Whitaker, Christopher Johnson, Rob MacLeod
Kitware: Will Schroeder, Jean-Christophe Fillion-Robin, Dženan Zukić, Matt McCormick, and Lee Newberg
Story originally appears on the Kitware Blog