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For Seidel's 7/15/11 talk at Notre Dame

For Seidel's 7/15/11 talk at Notre Dame

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  • 1. The Data and Compute-DrivenTransformation of Modern Science Edward Seidel, PhD Assistant Director Mathematical and Physical Sciences National Science Foundation We all know that modern science is under- going a profound transformation as it aims to tackle the complex problems of the 21st Century. It is becoming highly collaborative; problems as diverse as climate change, renew- able energy, or the origin of gamma-ray bursts require understanding processes that no single group or community alone has the skills to address. At the same time, after centuries of little change, compute, data, and network environments have grown by 9-12 orders of magnitude in the last few decades. Moreover, science is not only compute-intensive but is dominated now by data-intensive methods. This dramatic change in the culture and meth- odology of science will require a much moreJuly 15, 2011 integrated and comprehensive approach to10:00 AM development and deployment of hardware,Jordan Hall of Science, Room 105 software, and algorithmic tools and environ- ments supporting research, education, and increasingly collaboration across disciplines. science.nd.edu

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