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“Going Up Alleys” Podcast Episode 4 – High-Performance Computing (Part 1) [A Metapodcast]

On this episode of “Going Up Alleys,” Professor Thom Dunning speaks about the frontier of high-performance computing. This begins a multi-part series on interdisciplinary research – solving difficult problems by bringing together traditionally compartmentalized institutions, such as computing and humanities. … Continue reading

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“Going Up Alleys” Podcast Episode 3 – Diary of a Discovery

On this episode, I present an audio diary of the events leading up to the public presentation at CERN of the discovery of a new subatomic particle consistent with the Higgs particle. The “Going Up Alleys” podcast is an ongoing … Continue reading

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“Going Up Alleys” Podcast Episode 2 – Composer Decomposer

Kate Sekula and Steve Sekula discuss the secret language of music; just what happened at that conference in Fort Worth; exciting a revolution in teaching music theory; the Forer Effect, Barnum Statements, and Juh-Muh-Puh names; and astronomy (er . . … Continue reading

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