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IT Matters @ IU

IT Matters @ IU

Jean Camp

The Jan. 7, 2013, issue of IT Matters @ IU includes news of IU Informatics professor L. Jean Camp receiving over $2.4 million from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Cyber Security Division to conduct research designed to give people the information they need to stop a range of cyber attacks. Also in the issue, research from IU, in collaboration with Orange Silicon Valley and DataDirect Networks, has found that data sharing can be faster and more efficient over wide area networks; and news that an IU study is proposing innovative treatment using new technology for addressing developmental coordination disorder. † Full Story >>

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Worldview

The December 2012 issues of IT Matters @ IU announced that researchers from Pervasive Technology Institute would as collaborating partners on a $23.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to address vulnerabilities arising during the process of software development. In other news, an eBay-funded scholarship program created by an IU computer science alumnus awarded $84,000 in awards to seven female technology students at IU; networking experts from IU were recognized by Internet2 for efforts to enhance broadband connectivity and support advanced services and cloud applications; and billionaire entrepreneur and 1981 Kelley School of Business alumnus Mark Cuban gave remarks and took questions during an event sponsored by the IU School of Informatics and Computing and in conjunction with the school's Building Entrepreneurs in Software and Technology competition. † Full Story >>

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IU Data Center

The Nov. 5, 2012, edition of IT Matters @ IU featured Indiana University's announcement that it would replace its Big Red supercomputer with the fastest university-owned supercomputer in the nation. Also in this edition, IU's Board of Trustees approved the merger of the university's School of Informatics and School of Library and Information Science into a single school to be called the IU School of Informatics and Computing; the National Science Foundation awarded a $4.297 million grant to Indiana University's Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research, which, along with four other organizations, will improve the practice of cybersecurity for National Science Foundation scientific cyberinfrastructure; and Informatics associate professor Eden Medina received two prestigious awards for her book about an early computer network used in Chile by the Salvador Allende government. † Full Story >>

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Michael McRobbie

In Oct. 1, 2012, edition of IT Matters @ IU, Indiana University announced IU Online, a major strategic investment in online education designed to accelerate the development and delivery of quality online courses and programs at IU's campuses statewide. Also in the edition, The United States Department of Energy awarded Indiana University's Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research a three-year grant to further research and enhance how scientific collaborations across the country handle identity management; the National Science Foundation selected Indiana University as a partner in a grant to create the Science Gateway Institute; and Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis celebrated two newly renovated testing facilities with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Sept. 12. † Full Story >>

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Robert B. Schnabel

In the September 2012 edition of IT Matters @ IU, the IU Bloomington School of Informatics and Computing announced a school record $18.5 million in grants and awards for research and other sponsored programs during fiscal year 2012, a nearly 40 percent jump over the school's previous high. Also in the edition, IU and Ivy Tech Community College announced a technology support partnership to help college students use technology for increased success; IU's Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research announced that Christopher Soghoian, a fellow at the center, had been recognized by MIT's Technology Review as a 2012 TR35 Honoree; and IU and Schurz Communications announced an innovation challenge for Hoosier undergraduates, graduate students and faculty focused on real-world digital solutions and opportunities for 21st-century media companies. † Full Story >>

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Informatics

In the August 2012 edition of IT Matters @ IU, Indiana University School of Informatics Dean Bobby Schnabel has honored with the A. Nico Habermann Award by the Computing Research Association for his outstanding work increasing the presence of underrepresented groups in the computing research community. Also in the edition, it was announced that IU had received a Campus Technology 2012 Innovators Award for the development of IUanyWARE, a cloud-based service that provides students, faculty and staff with on-demand access to hundreds of software applications; that key software used to study gene expression is now running four times faster thanks to performance improvements put in place by a team from the Indiana University Pervasive Technology Institute (PTI), the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard and Technische Universitšt Dresden; and that the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute, of which IU is a founding member, recently became the first health care research institute to be named to the InCommon Federation's Research & Scholarship category. † Full Story >>

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energy policy icon

In the July 2012 edition of IT Matters @ IU, the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Energy announced renewal of funding for the Open Science Grid project, providing $27 million from 2012 to 2016, including $3.82 million for IU. Also in the issue, IU entered into a collaborative research and development agreement with the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division, that will allow IU campuses to work more closely with Crane and with private-sector partners; and a research group at IU Bloomington's School of Informatics and Computing received more than $1.85 million to create the Intel Science and Technology Center for Social Computing. † Full Story >>

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In the June 2012 edition of IT Matters @ IU, The Sakai Foundation selected its group of 2012 Sakai Fellows, which included three recipients with direct ties to Indiana University: IU's Chris Maurer and Lynn Ward received the honor, along with former employee Lance Speelmon. Also, Indiana University's 2012 Electronic Waste Collection Days event netted 385,000 pounds of computer and electronic equipment for recycling; IU and Pearson announced they would work together to reduce the costs of digital textbooks for students on all IU campuses, including through IU's eTexts initiative, which enables faculty to optionally choose digital textbooks and online exercises at reduced prices for students; and online file sharing and storage got easier and more secure at IU since it began working with cloud content management service Box to provide students, faculty and staff with a secure, Web-based file storage and collaboration platform. † Full Story >>

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BEST

In the May 2012 edition of IT Matters @ IU, four technology-based businesses led by Indiana University students received funding from the inaugural Building Entrepreneurship in Software and Technology, or BEST, competition. Also, IU School of Informatics Dean Bobby Schnabel was appointed to the National Science Foundation advisory committee responsible for providing strategic planning and policy formulation recommendations in the area of computer and information science and engineering; Eden Medina, an assistant professor in the Indiana University Bloomington School of Informatics and Computing, received a New Directions Fellowship from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; and it was announced that IU had been selected as a partner institution in the Council on Library and Information Resources/Digital Library Federation Data Curation Fellowship Program. † Full Story >>

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Brad Wheeler

The April 2, 2012, issue of IT Matters @ IU featured recent accolades received by Brad Wheeler, Indiana University vice president for information technology and chief information officer, with a pair of honors for his leadership in higher education from two notable publications. Also in the edition, a look at the new report, "Supporting Experimental Computer Science" that was produced by the Workshop on Experimental Support for Computer Science during the SC11 conference; announcement that an IU faculty member would be joining Microsoft Research thanks to a specialty in studying how social media shapes peoples' lives; and announcement that an IU expert from the School of Medicine would be blogging for JAMA on the politics of health care. † Full Story >>

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Truthy Architecture

In the March 5, 2012, issue of IT Matters @ IU the most recent work by two research groups at Indiana University was highlighted during the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science held in Vancouver. Presenting at the conference were Filippo Menczer, a professor of computer science and informatics who heads up IU's Truthy team - a group of researchers studying meme diffusion through Twitter, and also William K. Barnett, director of information architecture for Indiana Clinical and Translational Science Institute. Barnett presented on the Indiana CTSI HUB, which offers a model for using advanced information technology to link scientists, health providers and community partners. Also in the issue was news on the latest eTexts agreements between IU and Harvard Business Publishing and a look by IU tech experts on a proposed federal consumer privacy bill of rights. † Full Story >>

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Michael McRobbie

The Feb. 6, 2012, edition of IT Matters @ IU featured an statewide announcement that Indiana would become the first state to launch a high-speed 100-gigabits-per-second network link dedicated to research and education. Also included in the newsletter was news about two doctoral candidates at Indiana University Bloomington's School of Informatics and Computing sharing a $100,000 gift from international software company Persistent Systems to support their research in cloud computing and bioinformatics; news that during the recent spring semester 5,300 IU students saved an average $25 per book or online supplement using eTexts; and results of the National Center for Women & Information Technology's second annual Indiana Aspirations in Computing Award competition. † Full Story >>

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Robert B. Schnabel

The Jan. 3, 2012, issue of IT Matters @ IU highlighted School of Informatics and Computing Dean Bobby Schnabel as one of 12 people honored at the White House on Dec. 9, 2011 for leading efforts to recruit and retain girls and women in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields. In other news, it was announced that Distinguished Professor Geoffrey Fox had been named a 2011 Fellow by the world's largest educational and scientific computing society, the Association for Computing Machinery; and that new complex networks research from Indiana, Harvard, Cambridge and Northeastern universities has found that while North Americans and Western Europeans love a good mix of alpha-terpineol, 4-methylpentanoic acid and ethyl propionate for dinner - flavor compounds shared in popular ingredients like tomatoes, parmesan cheese and white wine - authentic East Asian recipes, on the other hand, tend to avoid mixing ingredients with many shared flavor compounds. † Full Story >>

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Jasleen Kaur

The Dec. 2, 2011, issue of IT Matters @ IU highlighted the historic Sanborn maps, considered a treasure trove of American history sought after by genealogists, urban planners, sociologists and a gamut of other researchers, and announcement that IU's Herman B Wells Library Map Collections would act as the repository for the original Indiana Sanborn maps. Also in the issue, research from IU and Los Alamos National Laboratory; found that sustainability science has become just that, a science, and that it is here to stay. Also, Kuali Foundation announced release of Kuali OLE 0.3, a milestone in open-source software development that addresses the functional needs of higher education research libraries for managing information resources. † Full Story >>

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Michael McRobbie

In the Nov. 9, 2011, issue of IT Matters @ IU, Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie and a dais filled with university trustees, IU administrators, public officials and dignitaries dedicated the university's new $37 million Cyberinfrastructure Building. Also in the issue, an announcement was made that IU GlobalNOC and partners would complete a high performance research network link between the U.S. and China with a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF), IU's Data to Insight Center (D2I) learned it would share in an anticipated $8 million in funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to advance the science of sustainability, and IU Bloomington's School of Informatics and Computing announced it had witnessed a near doubling of the number of women enrolled in computing-related majors over the past 18 months. † Full Story >>

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Informatics

In the Oct. 3, 2011, issue of IT Matters @ IU, the IU Bloomington School of Informatics and Computer Science, along with the Kelley School of Business, announced the richest business plan competition in the world for students at a university. Also in the news was a look at the latest brainchild of IUPUI computer scientist and entrepreneur Ali Jafari, an announcement about IU's expanding relationship with digital course materials providers and the cost benefits to students, and a look at the state of computer science education in K-12 systems provided in congressional testimony by IU officials. † Full Story >>

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Kay Connelly

The Sept. 5, 2011, edition of IT Matters @ IU featured news about a National Science Foundation grant awarded to IU so researchers can better understand how technologies can assist underserved older adults as they age in place. Also in the edition, the Office of the Vice President for Information Technology announced that Indiana University has replaced the software that provides its information services to mobile devices, moving to open source Kuali software that was created by a consortium of universities and companies; and researchers at IU Bloomington's School of Informatics and Computing (SOIC) were recognized with one of the most prestigious privacy technology awards for work in uncovering how the genetic identities of human participants can be uncovered from the results of genome-wide association studies.

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Cyberinfrastructure Building

The August 1, 2011, issue of IT Matters @ IU included an announcement about the opening of the new Cyberinfrastructure Building (CIB). Also in this issue are stories about the Indiana CTSI tech partnership with Big Ten universities; the IU Research Administration's international honor for innovation; an exclusive licensing agreement between the IURTC and Guidewave Consulting -- a start-up company created by a faculty member in the IU Bloomington School of Informatics and Computing; and an announcement about IU's involvement with the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment. † Full Story >>

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Computerworld 2011

The July 5, 2011, edition of IT Matters @ IU featured news that Indiana University had again been recognized by Computerworld as one of the Top 100 Best Places to Work in IT. Also in the edition, a U.S. district judge awarded Indiana University's Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research $300,000 as part of a class-action lawsuit settlement over Google Buzz, the company's social media service; Citrix Systems and Indiana University have announced that IU has chosen Citrix as a preferred partner in helping the university deliver and support virtual technologies for its approximately 100,000 students, faculty and staff; and Professor Fred H. Cate was named as one of four founding members on the policy council of the International Foundation for Online Responsibility (IFFOR). † Full Story >>

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IU Libris

The June 6, 2011, edition of IT Matters @ IU featured news that Indiana University would become the first higher education institution to partner with Adobe Systems Inc. to make university publications available for download to tablet devices through the Apple iTunes store. Other announcements included an announcement that a research paper by Indiana University security scientists and researchers at Microsoft had received a best paper award at the premiere venue on computer security and electronic privacy, news that the IU Bloomington School of Informatics and Computing had won two Webby Awards from the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, and an announced that IU Bloomington School of Library and Information Science PhD student Scott Weingart had won a prestigious award from the National Science Foundation. † Full Story >>

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IU-Ivy Tech Agreement

The May 2, 2011, edition of IT Matters @ IU featured announcement of an agreement allowing Ivy Tech to move a major portion of its enterprise applications equipment to IU's Data Center located at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. Also in the edition, Internet2, Indiana University and the Clean Slate Program at Stanford University announced the Network Development and Deployment Initiative (NDDI), a partnership to create a new network platform and complementary software, which together will support global scientific research in a revolutionary new way; information about a massive data breach following the hacking of Sony's PlayStation network that affected an estimated 77 million people; and a report about IU Bloomington's School of Informatics and Computing (SOIC) website nomination to receive a Webby Award from the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences. † Full Story >>

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Kuali coeus

The April 4, 2011, edition of IT Matters @ IU included announcement that an IU cybersecurity researcher has joined in the legal proceedings on whether the Department of Justice should have access to Twitter account records of several individuals associated with WikiLeaks. Also in the edition, Internet security researchers announced they had exploited software flaws in leading online stores that use third-party payment services PayPal, Amazon Payments and Google Checkout; IU President Michael McRobbie announced implementation of a new, comprehensive grant administration system to better assist faculty researchers at every stage of the grant-making process; and news that the Midwest's premier cybersecurity experts would convene in Indianapolis on April 11 for the IU Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research seventh annual Higher Education Cybersecurity Summit. † Full Story >>

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The March 7, 2011, edition of IT Matters @ IU included a report on how IU's Center for Law, Ethics and Applied Research in Health Information offered research and expertise in helping implement recommendations found in the recent release of the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology's report on health information technology. Also in this edition, an announcement that a Regenstrief Institute researcher would receive $420,000 to advance patient safety research using health information technology, the naming of Von Welch as the new deputy director of IU's Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research, and news that a new advanced information commons had opened at the School of Public and Environmental Affairs. † Full Story >>

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Facebook Bug

The Feb. 7, 2011, edition of IT Matters @ IU includes announcement of a new, free Indiana University mobile application for Android handsets that is now available via the Android marketplace. Also in this edition is a report on how a Facebook security vulnerability was discovered by a pair of doctoral students at Indiana University Bloomington's School of Informatics and Computing, announcement that faculty at the School of Informatics at IUPUI were recipients of a $50,000 Google Research Award, and a report on newly awarded fellowship grants from the Data to Insight Center, part of the Pervasive Technology Institute (PTI), and the IU Institute for Digital Arts and Humanities (IDAH), supporting the coupling of technology with arts and humanities research and creative activity. † Full Story >>

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Michael McRobbie

The Jan. 3, 2011, edition of IT Matters @ IU includes an announcement by IU President Michael McRobbie that Bobby Schnabel, dean of the Indiana University School of Informatics, had been named a Fellow by the Association for Computing Machinery, the world's leading educational and scientific computing society. Also in the issue, read an overview of IU's integral participation at Supercomputing 2010 and learn about how one group of IU researchers attending the conference received the Best Paper award at the event; then read about an IU-led computing coalition that recently named 20 young Indiana women for their interests in information technology. † Full Story >>

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Michael McRobbie

The Dec. 6, 2010, edition of IT Matters @ IU includes a report on a memorandum of understanding signed between IU and the Free University of Berlin designed to strengthen collaborations between the two in areas of the sciences, computer science, instructional technology and more. Also included in this issue is announcement of the creation of the Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning that involves IU's Information Technology Services, news that the new Krane Scholars Award will first go to a School of Informatics and Computing student, and results of a study that shows economic benefits associated with technology transfer agreements between U.S. armed services and the civilian sector. † Full Story >>

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Dow-Twitter

The Nov. 1, 2010, edition of IT Matters @ IU includes research results from the IU School of Informatics and Computing that shows how the public mood over a period of time as evidenced by Twitter can predict activity of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Also included in this issue is announcement of a $4 million award from Lilly Endowment to support research on health information systems, an update on progress at the truthy.indiana.edu site that is monitoring political astroturfing during the election season, announcement of a new collaboration on information technology between the IU Foundation and the IU Alumni Association, and announcement of a new radio series on IT security issues. † Full Story >>

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Truthy Architecture

The Oct. 4, 2010, edition of IT Matters@IU includes announcement of a new website designed by IU Bloomington informatics and computer science researchers to uncover Twitter-bombs and smear campaigns during the lead-up to the November 2010 elections. Also in this issue, a $2 million grant will boost the number of students graduating with bachelor's degrees in STEM areas by 10 percent; an announcement inviting young women interested in technology careers to pursue a new program offered by IU and the National Center for Women and Information Technology; and news of a new partnership between an IU data mining expert and Pfizer that could lead to new drug discoveries. † Full Story >>

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WoW Machinima

Included in the Sept. 6, 2010, edition of IT Matters@IU is announcement of new research being conducted by faculty at the IU Bloomington School of Informatics and Computing, and funded by the National Science Foundation, which seeks to understand the creative processes of massive artistic collaborations like World of Warcraft online gaming and Etsy crafters and artists. Also in this edition, readers will find announcements of two record-setting indicators for IU: Grants and awards for research set a new all-time high at $603.9 million for fiscal year 2009-2010 and IU's Research and Technology Corporation reported a record $14.2 million in revenue from patents, disclosures and licensing; and announcement that an IU Bloomington researcher will be working with the Mellon Foundation and the National Information Standards Organization to develop a sustainable framework for public scholarly assessment. † Full Story >>

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Laptop

The Aug. 2, 2010, issue of IT Matters @ IU includes announcement of a formal agreement between three IU entities to provide affordable, quality information technology workshops to IU alumni and others. Also included in this month's edition is the announcement by IU's Research & Technology Corp. of the launch of a new website designed to speed the path to successful innovation for faculty and staff, a release unveiling a new service through IU and Cook Medical designed to streamline the process of matching inventors with companies looking for new commercial products, and an announcement by IU and Vai technology Inc. that they would form a new corporation to commercialize and create a portfolio of iris recognition technologies. † Full Story >>

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Bestplaces 2010

In the July 5, 2010, edition of IT Matters @ IU, you can learn about why Indiana University was named by Computerworld magazine as one of the best places in the nation to work in the field of information technology. Also included in the July issue is a profile of IU Bloomington informaticist and natural computing guru Jonathan Mills that looks at his inclusion in a newly-released book; announcement that the IU School of Informatics and the Regenstrief Institute in Indianapolis will partner to qualify more health IT workers with a special graduate degree program; and finally, a look at how IUPUI engineering students helped one of the nation's leading drag racing teams set a new world record. † Full Story >>

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VORTEX2

The June 7, 2010, issue of IT Matters @ IU includes a look at how IU researchers are taking part through the VORTEX2 project in what is considered the largest national research undertaking in history to understand tornadoes. Also included in this month's issue are press releases about new research published from an IUPUI informaticist about virtual humans and their computer-generated attributes, an announcement by IU that it will expand its involvement in the Kuali Student initiative to develop a suite of open source software, a new study and initial assessment of the national framework for health information exchange, and announcement of the return of IU's popular summer technology workshop for teens sponsored by the IU Pervasive Technology Institute. † Full Story >>

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Cyberinfrastructure Building

In the May 3, 2010, edition of IT Matters @ IU, there's a report on the ceremony breaking ground for IU Bloomington's new $37 million Cyberinfrastructure Building that will serve as headquarters for the university's technology staff of over 600 employees. Also included in this month's issue is announcement of IU's Worldview real-time network monitoring tool receiving an IDEA Award from Internet2; news about a medical informaticist's new tool, RXplore, designed to provide physicians fast and accurate information about adverse reactions when multiple medications are used simultaneously; announcement from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration that IU had received $1.6 million to serve as operator of the agency's new "Nwave" project; and news about two IU recipients of Webby Awards, hailed by the media as the "Internet's highest honor." † Full Story >>

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IU Emerging Technology Center

In the April 5, 2010, edition of IT Matters @ IU, a winning relationship was highlighted as a successful resident of Indiana University's Emerging Technologies Center incubator in Indianapolis announced that record profits and projected high revenues would allow it to move into a larger space in Indiananpolis. Also included in this issue is a release about the successful work the Indiana University School of Medicine and Rutgers University are doing together to confirm that by adapting home video game systems, youth suffering from cerebral palsy may see benefits in hand function; announcement that IU's Twister software would improve Google's MapReduce to achieve higher performance rates; announcement by the IU School of Informatics at IUPUI that the school later this year would open the state's first undergraduate gaming lab dedicated to research and experiential learning; and a release about the availability of a new online graduate certificate available to clinical, licensed health care professionals. † Full Story >>

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Bruce Schneier

The March 1, 2010, issue of IT Matters @ IU included announcement that Indiana University's Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research (CACR) would host the 2010 Higher Education Cybersecurity Summit geared toward security, law and information assurance professionals in higher education, government and non-profit sectors, and including a keynote address from security guru Bruce Schneier. Also in the issue was an announcement that IU's Research & Technology Corp. had entered into a memorandum of understanding for venture capital firm The University Funds to provide professional services toward increasing opportunities for successfully moving intellectual property created by IU researchers into the marketplace, a story recognizing the accomplishments of Jon Duke and Jeffrey Klann by the American Medical Informatics Association, and an announcement of a 32-week seminar series entitled "Rupture and Flow: The Circulation of Technoscientific Facts and Objects." † Full Story >>

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Wells Library

The Feb. 1, 2010, issue of IT Matters @ IU included announcement that IU had been awarded $2.38 million from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to develop software specifically for managing print and electronic collections at academic and research libraries around the world. Also in the issue was an announcement that the National Institute of Technology Calicut in India and Indiana University's School of Informatics at IUPUI would co-host the first International Symposium on Biocomputing, a report on hand function improvement from in-home videogame play, a story about a new collaboration between a national car racing team and the IUPUI Motorsports Engineering Program using technology tools, and recognition of IU alumnus David Harper winning an international design prize from Adobe. † Full Story >>

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The Jan. 4, 2010, issue of IT Matters @ IU included an announcement that an IU Bloomington informaticist and the chair of the IU Department of Statistics would share in a $35.5 million Army Research Laboratory project that also involves 10 additional universities and corporations. Also in the issue is a look at how a web tool developed by Indiana University is being used in the operations of two large computational grids that support the world's fastest particle accelerator, a story about IU library and information science professor Katy Borner's presentations in Washington, D.C., on how Congress can use knowledge visualization tools to facilitate decision-making, and a report on the latest findings published by IU informaticists on human mobility and epidemic spread. † Full Story >>

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Michael McRobbie

The Dec. 7, 2009, issue of IT Matters @ IU announced the establish of Indiana University's $10 million Innovate Indiana Fund, a venture fund designed to translate innovations and technologies at the university into marketplace products. Also in the edition were stories announcing the dedications of two important infrastructure improvements at IU, the $32.7 million IU Data Center and the $10 million IU Innovation Center, in addition to a story about a $1.5 million National Institutes of Health grant to use cloud computing to facilitate life science research and a story honoring Christopher S. Peebles, IU's professor emeritus of anthropology who was also a dean of information technology. † Full Story >>

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Technology is influencing everything around us: Our physical environment, the humanities, health care, the sciences, and the list goes on and on. As technology becomes more central to successes in academia, research and in everyday life, it's important to stay informed about Indiana University's internationally recognized efforts in the areas of supercomputing, informatics, pervasive technology and computer science, and how that work translates to a better standard of living for all of us. IT Matters @ IU keeps you connected to the latest in technology research at IU. † Full Story >>