Swaroop Shivarajapura

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nanoHUB.org is arguably the largest online nanotechnology user facility in the world. Just between July 2010 and June 2011 it served 177,823 users. 10,477 users ran 393,648 simulation jobs on a variety of computational resources ranging from HUB zero-based virtual execution hosts for rapid, interactive runs as well as grid-based resources for(More)
The science gateway nanoHUB.org is the world's largest nanotechnology user facility, serving 167, 196 users in 2010 with over 2,300 resources including 189 simulation programs. Surveys of nanoHUB users and automated usage analysis find widespread simulation use in formal classroom education, thereby connecting recent research more rapidly and closely to(More)
nanoHUB.org is a major engineering cyber-environment that serves over 110,000 annually. Engineering cyber-environments such as the nanoHUB play a critical role in enabling practice within their respective disciplines. They feature a variety of professional grade cyber-tools that are designed for the expert users. However, these very cyberenvironments play a(More)
In 2010, the science gateway nanoHUB.org, the world's largest nanotechnology user facility, hosted 9,809 simulation users who performed 372,404 simulation runs. Many of these jobs are compute-intensive runs that benefit from submission to clusters at Purdue, TeraGrid, and Open Science Grid (OSG). Most of the nanoHUB users are not computational experts but(More)
nanoHUB.org is a major engineering cyberenvironment that annually supports over 120,000 users with online simulation and more. Over 8,500 nanoscale engineering and science researchers, educators, and learners run over 340,000 simulations with over 170 simulation tools annually. These tools allows them to transparently and interactively leverage a range of(More)
nanoHUB.org is arguably the largest online nanotechnology user facility in the world. From an initial user base of about 1,000 users, nanoHUB has grown to support over 250,000 users annually. nanoHUB supports users in 172 countries with materials for research and education, along with a wide variety of simulation tools covering many nano-related areas.(More)
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