ISI’s Pegasus Contributed to Gravitational Wave-Detector Discovery
Pegasus, a specialized computer program developed by at team of ISI computer scientists led by Ewa Deelman in collaboration with HTCondor, played a role in the new discovery announced by LIGO.
- Debdeep Jena - Munushian Seminar speaker, Friday, October 20th at 2:00pm in EEB 132Oct. 20 02:00 PM-03:30 PMSpeaker: Debdeep Jena, Cornell UniversityTalk Title: The Wide-Bandgap Semiconductor Revolution in Electronic, Photonic, and Energy SystemsAbstract: Wide-bandgap nitride materials...
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