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Purdue to add two-factor authentication for all faculty and staff in September
Beginning September 19, all faculty and staff will use BoilerKey, Purdue’s version of two-factor authentication, to log into the OnePurdue (SAP) portal to improve the security of personal and University data alike.

Purdue and the community around it look to an ‘internet of things’ future with wireless partnership
A partnership featuring Purdue, the cities of Lafayette and West Lafayette, the Lafayette and Tippecanoe school corporations, Tippecanoe County and the Purdue Research Foundation will allow for a cost-effective expansion of the campus and community wireless systems and sets the stage for even larger things in the future.

Halstead community cluster supercomputer is aeronautics professor's 21st century wind tunnel
Jonathan Poggie, an associate professor of aeronautics and astronautics, uses Purdue's Halstead research supercomputing cluster to study high-speed fluid mechanics and flow control, in the hopes of making high Mach number flight more efficient.

Professor succeeds in protein modeling competitions using Purdue's community clusters
Using the ITaP-operated Carter and Rice community cluster supercomputers, Daisuke Kihara, a professor of biological sciences and computer science, finished among the best in the world at protein modeling.

President Daniels steps inside a human body on Envision Center tour, project showcase
ITaP's Envision Center welcomed Purdue President Mitch Daniels for a tour and introduction to Purdue's work in virtual reality and data visualization. Faculty demonstrated research and educational projects they've been working on, including some built in collaboration with the center.

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Women in HPC group to kick off 2017 event series on March 29

March 30 high-performance computing workshop will focus on GPU programming with OpenACC

Desktop files on ITaP-supported computers moving to backed up, secure network storage

Coffee Break Consultations help Purdue faculty, students use research computing resources

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