Purdue will host the HUBbub 2014 Conference Sept. 29 through Oct. 1 in Indianapolis. As the annual conference for users of the Purdue’s HUBzero cyberinfrastructure for research and education, the annual gathering has something for everyone, from hub developers and users who want to learn more about the platform to those curious about hubs or interested in deploying the open source HUBzero to establish one.
A major HUBzero feature is its ability to rapidly deploy computational research codes, and visualize and analyze results, all through a Web browser. Built-in social networking creates communities in almost any field or subject matter and facilitates communication and collaboration, distribution of research results, training and education. Moreover, the platform has a growing set of data management and interactive database capabilities.
HUBzero now powers more than 60 interactive, Web-based hubs driving research in fields such as nanotechnology, cancer treatment, pharmaceutical manufacturing, earthquake mitigation and disaster management, volcanology, environmental modeling, biofuels, and the bonds between humans and companion animals.
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