UMass Dartmouth Professor receives National Science Foundation grant for collaborative research on role of eddies on phytoplankton in subpolar North Atlantic
Mechanical Engineering Professor Amit Tandon receives $324,615 for "Role of Mixed Layer Eddies on Phytoplankton Productivity in Seasonally Variable Regimes"
PlayStation 3 supercomputer places UMass Dartmouth #1 in the world in code cracking challenge list
Professor Gaurav Khanna's PS3 cluster, built to study black holes and cybersecurity, generates 50 billion keys per second with 1 in 10 chance of winning the international cryptography contest
Professor Tandon (MNE) leads new collaborative NSF Award
Title Collaborative Research: Role of mixed layer eddies on phytoplankton productivity in seasonally variable regimes
UMass Dartmouth's novel supercomputer takes it to the top of the well-known RC5 cryptography challenge
Professor Gaurav Khanna of the Physics Department and Associate Director of the Center for Scientific Computing and Visualization Research (CSCVR), and others, have built a novel supercomputer using consumer video-gaming components (over a hundred Sony PlayStations and multiple AMD Radeon graphics-cards) that has enabled the campus' rank to soar to the absolute top of the RC5-72 contest participant list.
Congressman Joe Kennedy to Host Manufacturing Roundtable at ATMC Thursday
Chancellor Grossman and Center for Policy Analysis Director Michael Goodman to participate in roundtable on region's manufacturing sector