The NSF Center for Multicore Productivity Research (CHMPR) and its affiliated industry and government partners aim to be recognized globally as the preeminent cooperative research consortium for addressing the productivity, performance and scalability issues in meeting the insatiable computational demands of its sponsors applications through the continuous evolution of multicore architectures and open source tools.
Assembly is a project that uses a platform we are developing to enable our computing systems to evolve and learn, providing emergent behavior out of the interactions between data and users. A first demonstration of this approach is a project called “Assembly” in which an algorithmic basis of evolutionary processes has been created.
VirBELA is a learning and development organization that provides innovative cyber-technologies to improve global educational experiences that empower individuals, teams and organizations.
Multiuser Distributed Online Neuroscience (MDONS) is a multi-user virtual world in which participant’s mind states are assessed with a combination of EEG and behavioral data analysis. The aim is to modulate insight and confusion in a multi-user artwork.
Scalable City creates an urban/suburban/rural environment via a data visualization pipeline. Each step in this pipeline builds upon the previous, amplifying exaggerations, artifacts and the patterns of algorithmic process. The results of this are experiences such as prints, video installations and interactive multi-user games and virtual environments.