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This is the January, 2015 Edition of the FSU RCC eNewsletter
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eNewsletter - January, 2015

Share Your Publications!

RCC needs your help to collect citations for research articles that have you have published recently.  We would like to feature these publications on our website.

If you have published in the past few years, and you have used RCC resources to help create those products, we would be grateful if you would share them with us.

Use our online form to submit papers (RCC login required), or email them to support@rcc.fsu.edu.

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Condor Cluster Growing

We are adding over 1,110 new cores to the Condor Cluster this month.  Since the HPC upgrade last September, Condor has been running at diminished capacity.  This new batch of nodes will repopulate the cluster and make it more powerful than it has ever been before.
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Spotlight: Steve Morey, COAPS

We've produced a brief video highlighting the research of Dr. Steve Morey at the FSU Center for Oceanographic and Atomospheric Prediction Studies.

Upcoming Events


Moab Workshop
January 15

New to HPC?  This workshop will cover the basics of creating and submitting parallel jobs to our cluster.
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Intro to MATLAB Workshop
January 27

The RCC offers MATLAB for general use on many of our systems, making it easy to connect and use without the need for a personal copy. This workshop will cover the basics of using MATLAB at the RCC.
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Advanced MATLAB Prgoramming Workshop
January 29

MATLAB users can take advantage of several advanced techniques to get the most from their code by using RCC MATLAB resources. This workshop will cover some advanced techniques for using MATLAB at the RCC.
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New Newsletter Format

You may have noticed that our newsletter template has changed. We have updated the theme, streamlined the content, and made it mobile-friendly.
 
 
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