CISL NETS and Partners Hold First Regional Mentoring and Outreach Workshop

CISL’s networking team helps smaller universities and colleges learn about high performance networks and computing capabilities in the Rocky Mountain region.

Computational researchers speed up the analysis of climate model data

New parallel post-processing tools dramatically speed up climate model analysis and point the way toward interactive scientific modeling.

CISL 2014 Annual Report released

"CISLAR" features lab's progress, highlights, and initiatives of the past year

Dorothy Bustamante bids farewell to NCAR

Dorothy Bustamante reflects on her 14 years supporting CISL’s business systems through many generations of computing technology.

NCAR partners with UC San Diego on visualization capabilities

The National Center for Atmospheric Research is partnering with UC San Diego to expand and enhance visualization capabilities in the bio- and geosciences through a grant from the NSF.

NWSC Facility Receives International Recognition

NWSC collects an international honorable mention and regional first place

Supercomputing 2014 in New Orleans

A Roundup of Talks and CISL’s Role at the Conference

First NCL workshop presented in Chinese

NCL Software Engineer Wei Huang presented the first NCL workshop in China on 22-24 October 2014.

Rick Katz becomes NCAR’s latest Senior Scientist Emeritus

Rick Katz gained Emeritus status this year for his contributions to the advancement of meteorology through the careful application of statistics.

VAPOR contest featured at Korea Supercomputing Conference

The Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI) sponsored a VAPOR visualization contest for students and early career scientists.