CINCINNATIóUCís Jarek Meller, PhD, was honored May 1 at the 2007 Advanced Technology Summit sponsored by the Ohio Supercomputer Center.
An associate professor of environmental health who also works with the Cincinnati Childrenís Research Foundation, Meller received an AT Summit award at the ceremony in Columbus for his experimental and applications research (modeling simulation and visualization) in the development of the SABLE project. The project and related initiatives have resulted in learning-based methods for genome annotation, analysis and prediction that have been made available to researchers around the world through the OSCnet fiber-optic network.
The Advanced Technology Summit was established to link industry, academic and government professionals in developing a vision for the use of emerging technologies to benefit Ohio and its citizens. The Ohio Supercomputer Center provides the state with a sophisticated public cyberinfrastructure, including high-performance computers, data storage systems, research support and advanced networking, as well as the expertise to integrate these elements to promote collaboration.