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The Institute for Data Intensive Engineering and Science IDIES will foster education and research in the development and application of data intensive technologies to problems of national interest. The institute will provide faculty, researchers and students with the structure and resources needed to accomplish these goals. Additionally, IDIES leadership will continue to provide coordination of integrative activities, such as seminar series and visitors. Provide vision, leadership, and oversight for high performance and data intensive computing across all of JHU. Utilizing the same spirit proven to be highly successful over the last four years HHPC and MARCC to maintain a large shared facility and enable the leverage needed to seek and secure future funding opportunities.
The Department of Chemistry, in conjunction with other departments of the university, offers a broad education and the opportunity to do research in chemistry and related fields. The great diversity of the field of chemistry, ranging between physics and biology, is reflected in the research interests of the faculty. Undergraduate chemistry majors usually go on to graduate study in chemistry, chemical engineering, biology, oceanography, geochemistry, biophysics, environmental sciences, or medicine, while others enter the chemical industry.
The course is Previously, this 4-credit course met four time per week for 50 minutes — three lectures by faculty and one small-group meeting led by a Teaching Assistant TA. Starting in Fall , students watched several short videos anywhere from 5 to around 20 minutes each before the week started. Students then met once for a minute lecture with the instructor and twice in small-groups with a TA. During these sessions students solved problems in teams of three with a TA available for help as needed.