Council on Academic Computing
Interdisciplinary Modeling and Simulation Project
Thirteen faculty members from the Schools of Arts and Sciences, Engineering, Information Sciences, and Medicine attended a meeting to discuss interdisciplinary collaboration in the area of modeling and simulation. Attendees expressed a broad array of concerns regarding research and collaboration, proposal development, computer facilities, and student preparation. Meeting participants identified several potential solutions, including sponsoring an internal research seminar, creating a University marketing program, and enhancing University computing facilities.
The most recent
Report from Computing Services and Systems Development
CSSD soon will install Enterprise Exchange, which will be available without cost to all University departments. Forty-eight departments currently possess their own exchange servers and pay the hardware, software, and personnel costs associated with the servers. Enterprise Exchange is centrally managed, so system-wide changes can more easily be implemented and the server can be monitored by CSSD’s network center.
Ms. Walton also addressed several other issues: