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Title: Acquisition of a SGI Origin350 for Nano/Bio-Technology Computational Research and Student Training Daniela S. Mainardi, Louisiana Tech University


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Acquisition of a SGI Origin350 for
Nano/Bio-Technology Computational Research and
Student TrainingDaniela S. Mainardi, Louisiana
Tech University Ruston, LADMR-0414903
This award enables the acquisition of a
computational facility needed for research
projects that demand high-end dedicated computers
with big-data-handling, storage, memory, and
visualization capabilities able to perform
parallel computing. Research projects will
provide high quality computational studies in
nano- and bio-technology on three fundamental
fronts the cell, small molecules, polymers and
other organic systems.
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Acquisition of a SGI Origin350 for
Nano/Bio-Technology Computational Research and
Student TrainingDaniela S. Mainardi, Louisiana
Tech University Ruston, LADMR-0414903
Nanotechnology may have tremendous potential for
affecting scientific and educational aspects in
all areas of science and engineering.
Impressive advances in simulation techniques
are helping in understanding several aspects of
the nano-scale science and engineering.
Simulation tools are easy to explain to
students due to current great visualization
capabilities giving them a sense of a hands-on
experience.
Undergraduate and graduate students, involved in
research projects are expected to gain knowledge
and experience with this state-of-the-art
computational facility and the readily available
modeling software, while working on several
fundamental and currently applied branches of
science, such as chemistry, physics, and
nano/bio-technology.
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