1 Up and Coming Tech City in 2008 through tours of: * The Ohio Supercomputer Center, established in 1987 to provide supercomputing, research and education resources.
What does OSC stand for?
OSC stands for Ohio Supercomputer Center
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- Office of Student Conduct (various schools)
- Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth (various locations)
- Office of the State Controller
- Office Supply Connection (Minnesota)
- Office Symbol Code
- Officer's Spouses' Club (USAF)
- Official Staff Commentary (various organizations)
- Official Supporters Club (fan clubs)
- Official Supporting Committee
- Ogden Service Center
- Ohio Supreme Court (judiciary)
- Oil Spill Commission
- Oklahoma State Cowboys (Oklahoma State University; Stillwater, OK)
- Old State Capitol (Louisiana)
- Olney Swim Center (Olney, MD)
- Olympic Sports Club
- Olympic Studies Centre (International Olympic Committee)
- Omics Science Center (Japan)
- On Site Consultant
- On-Scene Commander
Samples in periodicals archive:
Last year, Ohio Telemedicine formed a partnership with the Division of Neonatology at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus and the Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) to link neonatologists with pediatricians at Adena Health System in Chillicothe, Ohio.
The National Science Foundation has awarded a three-year, $695,000 grant to a statewide coalition involving the Ohio Supercomputer Center and three Ohio community colleges.
We plan to use Paceline's products as a part of our InfiniBand test program in cooperative development projects with Ohio State University, Ohio Supercomputer Center, MSTI and Argonne National Laboratory.
The SGI Advanced Cluster Environ-ment (ACE) is touted as an economical solution for compute-intensive environments; the company points to existing implementations such as the 132-processor SGI 1400L cluster at the Ohio Supercomputer Center.
SGI, the company formerly known as Silicon Graphics Inc, has underscored its new-found focus on the Linux operating system by promising to install the company's first 128-processor Linux cluster at the Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC).
From meetings with Don Stredney, a senior research scientist at the Ohio Supercomputer Center in Columbus, Pritz knew about the virtual reality simulations being developed and was eager to apply the technology to her idea.
Brown, associate director of the Ohio supercomputer center in Columbus.