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UNM anthropologist to unveil new database website

UNM anthropologist to unveil new database website

The website will offer qualified researchers free access to more than 15,000 full body CT scans

Researchers develop facial recognition technology for use in firefighting

Researchers develop facial recognition technology for use in firefighting

The project employs an innovative new algorithm formulated for use in firefighting technology

Professor studies the neurological origin of pleasure

Professor studies the neurological origin of pleasure

Associate Professor James Cavanagh is working on a project that would help psychologists study depression

Ph.D. student examines tropical birds

Ph.D. student examines tropical birds

Researcher Jenna McCullough assembles evolutionary tree

CARC team travels to Denver for SC19

CARC team travels to Denver for SC19

Visit booth #1231 at the Colorado Convention Center from November 18-21

CARC welcomes new computational biology graduate students

CARC welcomes new computational biology graduate students

Vanessa Surjadidjaja and Aurora Kraus joined the Center in Fall 2019

Professor studies the strange math behind hybrid conductor-insulators

Professor studies the strange math behind hybrid conductor-insulators

Using Wheeler, Dr. Terry Loring has fine-tuned a mathematical tool he calls the Localizer Index.

Environmental Data Initiative receives NSF grant

Environmental Data Initiative receives NSF grant

This second award will allow the EDI to continue gathering and storing ecological data

Welcome to the Center for Advanced Research Computing

The UNM Center for Advanced Research Computing is the hub of computational research at UNM and one of the largest computing centers in the State of New Mexico. It is an interdisciplinary community that uses computational resources to create new research insights. The goal is to lead and grow the computational research community at UNM.

CARC provides not just the computing resources but also the expertise and support to help the university’s researchers. This service is available to faculty, staff, and student researchers free of charge through support from the UNM Office of the Vice President for Research.

 

 

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