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What We Publish in CiSE

It has been a few issues since I penned—okay, typed—the Editor-in-Chief’s message. Long ago, before becoming an academic/researcher for good, I learned during my days as a software developer the great importance of building a great team. To this end,

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Meet the Editors: Jeffrey Carver

Meet Jeffrey C. Carver Associate Professor, University of Alabama In what “slice” of CiSE do you work? My work focuses on understanding how best to apply software engineering principles to the development of computational software. This work encompasses both evaluating

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The Dayside : Tracking the dynamics of individual scientific impact

My title comes from the subtitle of a newly posted paper on arXiv by Raj Kumar Pan and Santo Fortunato of Finland’s Aalto University. In their paper, the two researchers introduce a new bibliometric index, which they call the author impact factor

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Meet the Editors: Konrad Hinsen

Meet Konrad Hinsen Research Scientist at the Centre de Biophysique Moléculaire Associated Scientist at the Synchrotron SOLEIL In what “slice” of CiSE do you work? At CiSE, I take care of the Scientific Programming department, together with Matt Turk. My

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Meet the Editors: Bruce Boghosian

Meet Bruce M. Boghosian, PhD Professor, Department of Mathematics Bromfield-Pearson Hall, Tufts University In what “slice” of CiSE do you work? I began my career in computational plasma physics at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. A move to industry at Thinking

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Meet the Board: Rubin Landau

Meet Rubin Landau, one of our Education Department Editors In what “slice” of CiSE do you work? Education editor, along with Steve Bartlett. What sorts of changes have you seen in the field over the years? I was a basic

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Nvidia and Supercomputing

Cutting through the dull roar at Supercomputing’s Expo Floor, you can hear all manner of informal talks and pitches, and if you’re careful enough, you can hear the occasional nugget of “good stuff.” That seems to pale in comparison to

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Meet the Board: Charles Day

Meet Charles Day, one of CiSE‘s editorial board members.   In what “slice” of CiSE do you work? I write the Last Word column and serve as the American Institute of Physics’s editorial liaison. What sorts of changes have you

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Sep/Oct Issue on Machine Learning

Machine learning has come a long way since its beginnings in the 30s and 50s. Following advances in statistics, functional analysis, and computing capability, the last decade has seen a burgeoning of applications in the field. This issue of Computing in

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July/Aug Special Issue on Cloud Computing

  Cloud computing has emerged as a dominant paradigm in industry, widely adopted by enterprises. Cloud services are also joining other infrastructures (grids, clusters, and high-performance computing) as viable platforms for scientific exploration and discovery. In CiSE’s July/August special issue

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