IU Big Red II Supercomputer Dedication set for April 26
April 1, 2013
President Michael A. McRobbie
cordially invites you to the
dedication of Big Red II.
Friday, April 26
Tours and reception to follow
Cyberinfrastructure Building (CIB)
To RSVP, visit:itrsvp.iu.edu
What matters. Where it matters.
Understanding human physiology. Engineering the medicines of tomorrow. Searching for the Higgs boson. Digitizing historic texts. Turning big data into insights.
Indiana University continues to lead the state, nation, and world in using high-speed computation to expand the frontiers of research. But in an age where each day brings a life-changing discovery, staying at the forefront means working at the speed of innovation.
Please join us for the dedication and demonstration of Big Red II, the first one petaFLOPS supercomputer in the state of Indiana.
Offering unmatched speed, Big Red II will help scientists and scholars accelerate new breakthroughs in fields that are changing the way Hoosiers live, work, learn, and grow.
2709 E. 10th Street
Bloomington, IN 47408
Take I-37 south past Martinsville. Exit at SR 45/46 bypass and continue east for 3.3 miles. Turn left onto Tenth Street (SR 45). Turn at the first entrance on the left.
Parking will be available in the surrounding A, C, and E lots (no permit required).
Watch the dedication online via streaming video." and link the words "online via streaming video" using the URL below.