On the last day of the Ohio Supercomputer Center's two-week long Summer Institute, high school mathematics teacher Renea Hittle shared her perspectives on the value that the K-12 STEM program provides to participating students. Read more on the OH-TECH Blog!

Congratulations! Last week, the city of Columbus, Ohio, took home the title of the 2015 Intelligent Community of the Year, besting national and international competition. Read about the role OH-TECH and its partners played in helping Columbus to the impressive win.

High school students have the same access to OhioLINK's enormously rich resources as any other college student, both on-campus and off, through the State of Ohio's College Credit Plus program.

Acoustic phonons—the elemental particles that transmit both heat and sound—have magnetic properties. This discovery "adds a new dimension to our understanding of acoustic waves," according to a landmark study supported by the Ohio Supercomputer Center and recently published by a research group from The Ohio State University.

John Burke, library director of the Gardner-Harvey Library at Miami University Middletown, began his career just as online catalogs and periodical databases were becoming widespread and the nascent Internet was gaining interest. Click the image above to learn more about how his interest in this technology drew him to the field.

Ohio State's Ian Howat is working with a team of researchers that is refocusing their satellite glacier mapping system and  leveraging OSC's Oakley Cluster supercomputer to assist disaster relief efforts in the mountains of Nepal. Read more!


Chancellor John Carey joined Pankaj Shah, executive director of OSC and OARnet, and Professor Thomas Beck, chair of the Statewide Users Group, on April 9 to dedicate the center's newest system — the HP/Intel Xeon Phi Ruby Cluster. The system highlights a new direction in system acquisition through a partnership with two significant "condo" partners.


With the renewal of a unique aggregate purchasing agreement, Ohio colleges and universities, K-12 schools, state and local governments, and related health care communities once more can save millions of dollars on virtualization software licenses and maintenance.



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OhioLINK's ETD Center publishes honors theses, theses and dissertations from students at participating Ohio colleges and universities.

OARnet provides Ohio institutions with access to Internet2 to develop new technologies and capabilities.

OARnet’s statewide network delivers solutions that reduce costs, increase productivity and improve customer service.

Staff members at 90 member-libraries easily access vital resource news, information and guidelines from OhioLINK.

OSC offers the ARMSTRONG Client Portal to help researchers across Ohio connect and collaborate.

OhioLINK helps Ohio's academic libraries access high-quality electronic resources and share millions of library items.

eStudent Services’ eTutoring program allows undergraduate students to interact with trained tutors in many academic areas.

OSC Ralph Regula School coordinates a virtual program in computational science offered across the state.