The High-Performance Computing and GIS (HPCGIS) Laboratory integrates high-performance computing and geographic information systems to advance geographic information science. Specific research areas include cyberGIS, data-intensive space-time analytics and modeling, big spatial data, parallel and high-performance computing, and geo-enabled social media.Learn about our projects
- PCML is on the move! Github activity is increasing, but even more activity is happening behind the scenes. Check back for more PCML updates.
- Parallel Cartographic Modeling book entry published.
Shook, E. "Parallel Cartographic Modeling" Advancing Geographic Information Science: The Past and Next Twenty Years Eds. H. Onsrud and W. Kuhn, GSDI Association Press, 319–324.
- Sara Bisson (Geography, Graduate) Welcome to the HPCGIS lab!
- PNAS paper published! (Eric is a co-author) See link to paper.
McGrath, et al. “An analysis of ozone damage to historical maize and soybean yields in the United States” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112(46):14390-5. DOI:10.1073/pnas.1509777112.
- SEDE paper accepted. See link to paper
Shook, E. and Turner, V.K. “The Socio-Environmental Data Explorer (SEDE): A Social Media Enhanced Decision Support System to Explore Risk Perception to Hazard Events” Cartography and Geographic Information Science (CaGIS) Special Issue on “Integrating Big Social Data, Computing, and Modeling for a Synthesized Spatial Social Science”
- Michael Henry (Math, Graduate) Welcome to the HPCGIS lab!
- John Spurney (CS, Undergraduate) Welcome to the HPCGIS lab!
- Cheng Zhang (CS, Undergraduate) Welcome to the HPCGIS lab!
- Eric presented recent advances of PCML at the CyberGIS All-hands Meeting in Reston, VA.
- Congratulations Paleoscape team! Best Paper (Accelerating Discovery Track) and Best Lightning Talk at XSEDE'15 (see XSEDE Award Winners).
- Eric had a great time talking about the future of the field and PCML at the 2015 Vespucci Institute in Bar Harbor, ME.
- Congratulations Gowtham Kukkadapu and team: for winning the class prize for Streaming Data over the Internet and Data Mining
- NSF RAPID Award: "Capturing Behavioral Response and Perceived Risk to Ebola Using Social Media"
- SESYNC Award: "The Socio-Environmental Data Explorer (SEDE): Integrating Social Media and Environmental Data in CyberGIS to Explore Environmental Hazard Risk Perception"
- HPCGIS Lab Students attend Supercomputing in Plain English (SiPE), Spring 2015 (http://www.oscer.ou.edu/education) - A huge thanks to Henry Neeman for hosting these workshops via teleconferencing for free.