Mario Bianchet is an Associate Professor of Neurology, Biophysics & Biophysical Chemistry at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. His research focuses on macromolecules and the relationship between their structure and their biological function and dysfunction, particularly on human diseases.
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We are proud to report that our Rockfish cluster has been ranked #496 of the most powerful High Performance Computing Systems in the world.
We congratulate Katherine Jenike, Dr. Katiana Kontolati and Dr. Thomas Edwards for being this year’s PhD and Future Faculty award recipients.
All Rockfish Systems will be unavailable beginning Monday July 31st 8:00 AM EST and ending Wednesday August 2nd at 12:00PM EST. The Systems team will be performing major system and OS upgrades during the outage.
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Tamer Zaki is a professor of Mechanical Engineering who focuses on transitional and turbulent flows. He received his Ph.D. (2005) in Flow Physics and Computational Engineering from Stanford University.
His research group, the Johns Hopkins’ Flow Science and Engineering (FSE), capture detailed flow instabilities and turbulence through high fidelity simulations.
Tutorial to guide you through the process of loading R submodules in an R session or R-Studio environment
Somnath Ghosh, professor of civil systems engineering at the Whiting School of Engineering, will be the co-principal investigator and co-director of NASA’s new Space Technology Research Institute (STRI).
Professor Lan Cheng is an Associate Professor in theoretical and computational chemistry. He received his Ph.D. in Theoretical Chemistry from Peking University. Dr. Chen later worked as a postdoctoral fellow at Johannes-Gutenberg Universität Mainz and at the University of Texas at Austin. His research group, Cheng Lab, focuses on relativistic electron-structure theory and heavy-element chemistry.