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.

Understanding Climate Change from Data

IMAGe organized a workshop with the University of Minnesota to explore data-driven approaches to understanding climate change

Heterogeneous Multi-core Workshop at NCAR

Invited computational experts gathered to discuss disruptive technologies in climate and weather applications

New SIParCS 2014 intern and extern successes

Four students in CISL are making their mark in the research community during their first summer at NCAR.

New workshop promotes diversity

CISL's first Workshop on Diversity in the Computational Geosciences brought together 30 diversity leaders from 21 different U.S. research universities and national laboratories.

CISL offers Raspberry Pi parallel computing projects for students

Students use the R-Pi to construct miniature clusters, create software environments analogous to those found at major supercomputing centers, and deploy applications for only hundreds of dollars.

Upgrades facilitate collaboration, speed data access

NCAR enhances big data services for climate and weather researchers. 


CISL Hosts Diversity Students at 2014 SEA Conference

CISL offers opportunities for students and recent graduates to hone their skills in mathematics and computational science.

Yellowstone supercomputer helps improve understanding of climate and pollution

Ozone pollution across the continental United States will become far more difficult to keep in check as temperatures rise, according to new research led by the National Center for Atmospheric Research.