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Ohio Supercomputer Center

Summary:

t the Ohio Supercomputer Center, our duty is to empower our clients, partner strategically to develop new research and business opportunities, and lead Ohio's knowledge economy.

The Ohio Supercomputer Center empowers a wide array of groundbreaking innovation and economic development activities in the fields of bioscience, advanced materials, data exploitation and other areas of state focus by providing a powerful high performance computing, research and educational cyberinfrastructure for a diverse statewide/regional constituency.

The Ohio Supercomputer Center partners strategically with Ohio researchers in developing competitive, collaborative proposals to regional, national, and international funding organizations to solve some of the world's most challenging scientific and engineering problems.

The Ohio Supercomputer Center leads strategic research activities of vital interest to the State of Ohio, the nation and the world community, leveraging the exceptional skills and knowledge of an in-house research staff specializing in the fields of supercomputing, computational science, data management, biomedical applications and a host of emerging disciplines.

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Resource Collection

  • Center for Emergent Materials Collection ( Resource Collection )

    NSF Funding Acknowledgment Language
    It is vital that publications resulting from CEM funding acknowledge the grant, including the grant number (DMR-2011876). The NSF will not credit CEM for publications if the grant number is missing or incorrect. Publications acknowledgements are an important factor in demonstrating the center’s level of performance. It is necessary for the continued success of the center that the CEM is properly acknowledged.

    The NSF closely examines acknowledgements in all CEM publications to determine if CEM should be credited, and to determine whether the research was primarily or only partially supported by CEM. If CEM is the primary source of support either state primary support explicitly or avoid the use of language suggesting partial support.

    Primary Support
    (> 50% support from CEM; students, post-docs, materials/supplies, facilities, user fees, etc.)

    “Funding for this research was provided by the Center for Emergent Materials: an NSF MRSEC under award number DMR-2011876.”
    Partial Support
    (< 50% support from CEM; students, post-docs, materials/supplies, facilities, user fees, etc.)

    “We acknowledge partial support from the Center for Emergent Materials: an NSF MRSEC under award number DMR-2011876.”
    Facilities
    (No direct support for students, etc., but research and subsequent publication directly impacted by use CEM-funded facilities)

    “Funding (or Partial funding) for shared facilities used in this research was provided by the Center for Emergent Materials: an NSF MRSEC under award number DMR-2011876.”


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