Gaylen Fronk

Harnessing HTC-enabled precision mental health to capture the complexity of smoking cessation

By: Josephine Watkins
Dec 16, 2021

Collaborating with CHTC research computing facilitation staff, UW-Madison researcher Gaylen Fronk is using HTC to improve cigarette cessation treatments by accounting for the complex differences among patients.

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Protecting ecosystems with HTC

By: Josephine Watkins
Nov 09, 2021

Researchers at the USGS are using HTC to pinpoint potential invasive species for the United States.

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Centuries of newspapers are now easily searchable thanks to HTCSS

By: Josephine Watkins
Oct 26, 2021

BAnQ's digital collections team recently used HTCSS to tackle their largest computational endeavor yet –– completing text recognition on all newspapers in their digital archives.

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Resilience: How COVID-19 challenged the scientific world

Sep 23, 2021

In the face of the pandemic, scientists needed to adapt. This article by the Morgridge Institute for Research provides a thoughtful look into how individuals and organizations, including the CHTC, have pivoted in these challenging times.

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Transforming research with high throughput computing

By: Josephine Watkins
Aug 19, 2021

During the OSG Virtual School Showcase, three different researchers shared how high throughput computing has made lasting impacts on their work.

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Scaling virtual screening to ultra-large virtual chemical libraries

By: Josephine Watkins
Aug 19, 2021

Kicking off last week’s OSG User School Showcase, Spencer Ericksen, a researcher at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Carbone Cancer Center, described how high throughput computing (HTC) has made his work in early-stage drug discovery infinitely more scalable.

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Using HTC for a simulation study on cross-validation for model evaluation in psychological science

By: Josephine Watkins
Aug 19, 2021

During the OSG School Showcase, Hannah Moshontz, a postdoctoral fellow at UW-Madison’s Department of Psychology, described her experience of using high throughput computing (HTC) for the very first time, when taking on an entirely new project within the field of psychology.

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Antimatter: Using HTC to study very rare processes

By: Josephine Watkins
Aug 19, 2021

Anirvan Shukla, a User School participant in 2016, spoke at this year's Showcase about how high throughput computing has transformed his research of antimatter in the last five years.