Do you need more computing power to move your research and creativity forward? At the Spring 2023 Research Computing Series, graduate students from the College of Arts and Sciences will discuss how they leverage Syracuse University’s advanced computing resources to strengthen their work. During the first session, physics graduate student Chaitanya Afle will discuss how he used the University’s computational resources to test the reproducibility and robustness of analysis to measure the mass and radius of a neutron star using X-ray data from NICER. In the second session, graduate students Jingjing Ji (Chemical Engineering), Britnie Carpentier (Biomedical Engineering), and Patrick Marsch (Chemical Engineering) will discuss how they have used research computing tools to address questions about proteins involved in incurable diseases such as Alzheimer’s or irritable bowel syndrome. Read more.