Author: researchcomputing

Students Building F1 Racecar

It requires 25-30 hours per week, in addition to their heavy academic load. Besides the engineering component and representing UF at national competitions, they must also go outside their comfort zone and solicit corporate sponsorships. What is it? Being a… Read More

Removing Technical Barriers for Research

UF Research Computing may be home to HiPerGator, but its staff do much more than manage the university’s supercomputer. The department was recently contacted by Amanda Edgell, a Ph.D. candidate in Comparative Politics in the Department of Political Science. Edgell… Read More

Studying Ways to Delay or Prevent Dementia

Assistant Professor Adam Woods cites a sobering statistic: “By 2050, the U.S. population over the age of 65 will double. We’re simply not set up as a society to treat an exponential growth of dementia patients. Economically, our healthcare system… Read More

Improved analytical representation of combinations of Fermi–Dirac integrals for finite-temperature density functional calculations

Valentin V. Karasiev ∗, Debajit Chakraborty, S.B. Trickey. Improved analytical representation of combinations of Fermi–Dirac integrals for finite-temperature density functional calculations Computer Physics Communications 192 (2015) 114–123, 2015-03-09 Abstract: Smooth, highly accurate analytical representations of Fermi–Dirac (FD) integral combinations important… Read More