Visualization of a simulation
Date added: 2015-11-20
Visualization of a simulation and part of the computational domain showing the adaptively refined mesh. The color coding illustrates the effective mantle viscosity and the arrows depict the motion of the tectonic plates. (Credit: An Extreme-Scale Implicit Solver for Complex PDEs: Highly Heterogeneous Flow in Earth's Mantle.)
Using Supercomputing to Reveal the Molecular Structure of Plants
Date added: 2015-05-21
Dr. Monika Doblin, Research Fellow, University of Melbourne (right) and Dr. Edwin Lampugnani, Early Career Researcher, University of Melbourne working on the cell wall synthesis project at the University of Melbourne in collaboration with IBM Research. (Credit: University of Melbourne)
SOWC researchers and IBM at work in the Grand River
Date added: 2014-06-16
Ontario's Grand River is an urbanizing watershed with a unique mix of pristine, urban and agricultural land uses making it a perfect place for research and development of water technologies and services through the Southern Ontario Water Consortium platform, built on IBM technology (Image Courtesy of Southern Ontario Water Consortium)
Social Networks and Discovery (SaND): Showing Six Degrees of Separation
Date added: 2009-03-12
SaND combines social discovery and social networking into one platform, highlighting relationships between people by searching and analyzing a wealth of information and tags found in a variety of data sources from papers to patents and blog posts to social applications, Lotus Connections and more. This research technology does more than suggest that you should connect to someone; it has the ability to show underlying relationships and provide levels of context to how you may be connected to someone. You can also build applications such as unified search, recommendation and personalization systems, expertise locators, and more with this framework.
Privacy-aware MarketPlace: The Ultimate In Privacy Management
Date added: 2009-03-12
Privacy-aware MarketPlace is designed to provide total control over privacy settings on social networking sites. Based on privacy models and algorithms, this software takes advantage of the social graphs used by Facebook, Orkut, OpenSocial and other social networks to construct stronger privacy protection. This application lets users calculate their "Privacy Score," much like a credit score, and recommends privacy settings. We’ll show how you could resell a gift received from friends in your social network without embarrassing them or to search for a job without letting your current employer know about it of coworkers are in his network. Try PaMP at http://apps.facebook.com/p_a_m_p/.