How applying gaming technology is enhancing scientific research.
Clemson University has named Brian D. Voss of Naples, Florida, interim chief information officer (CIO). He succeeds Jim Bottum, who will serve as a research professor and director of Clemson’s Center of Excellence for Next Generation Computing and Creativity.
Rapid technological advances have given researchers access to more data than ever before, and Clemson University’s Advanced Visualization group wants to give those researchers better insight into their data using cutting-edge equipment and high-performance visualization. “Visualization is the ability to be able to see your data, to actually see what’s happening within your data,” said […]
Clemson University’s Watt Family Innovation Center is one of Campus Technology’s 2016 Innovators Award winners.
CU Cyber, the Clemson University competitive cybersecurity team, won first place at the recent Palmetto Cyber Defense Competition at Trident Technical College in Charleston. Team captain MacKenzie Binns also earned MVP honors as the team took home its third title in four years.
Clemson University’s Cyberinfrastructure Technology Integration group (CITI) will host the annual Open Science Grid All Hands Meeting from March 14-18 at the Madren Conference Center. Open Science Grid (OSG), sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the US Department of Energy, is a freely accessible distributed computing resource for scientific calculations designed to handle a […]
Hundreds of students across the state will launch rockets, filter “contaminated” water and build support structures as part of a Clemson University program aimed at inspiring the next generation of engineers and scientists. EMAG!NE will hold 14 events in nine cities through May, including a swing through North Charleston on Saturday at the SCE&G Energy Innovation Center, 1250 Supply St.
Clemson University’s new Cybersecurity Operations Center (CSOC) will help create the cybersecurity professionals of the future while keeping the campus network safe. The CSOC serves as a command center where student interns can work with Clemson’s IT security professionals to monitor activity on Clemson’s network, perform forensic investigations on past events and create predictive analyses.
Clemson University has hosted its share of athletic competitions, but Saturday’s GhostRed Capture the Flag event featured a different kind of game. Nearly 60 students from eight universities gathered around laptops in the Hendrix Student Center as teams worked to best each other in a series of cybersecurity tests engineered by General Electric (GE) employees. […]
Nearly 60 students representing eight universities from around the Southeast will turn Clemson University’s Hendrix Student Center into a cybersecurity battleground in Saturday’s GhostRed competition, held in conjunction with General Electric (GE) Power engineers and Clemson University’s Office of Information Security and Privacy.
Clemson University opens the doors for campus and community constituents to visit the new Watt Family Innovation Center during an open house Friday, Jan. 22, from 2:30–4:30 p.m.
Clemson University Chief Information Security Officer Kevin McKenzie has been appointed to the International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals Strategic Advisory Board. He joins leaders from the cybersecurity industry in promoting academic and professional success of minority cybersecurity students and professionals.
Recent advances in technology have created mountains of data that can be collected, sorted and mined to address complex issues facing society. This data deluge — called “Big Data” — has challenged researchers at Clemson University and elsewhere to decipher the growing information in a meaningful way.
The opening of a new digital studio in Clemson University’s R.M. Cooper Library moves the school forward as a flagship institution for developing new applications for digital publishing and content creation.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) has donated an HP Indigo 5000 Digital Press valued at more than $500,000 to Clemson University’s graphic communications program as part of a new academic collaboration to support the next generation of talent in the digital printing field.