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Through a fellowship at HackCville, UVA alum Daniel Autry is trying to help students with mental health issues. (Photo by Dan Addison, University Communications)

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Avik Ghosh, left, and Patrick Hopkins, are co-directors of the MIST Center, where UVA researchers help solve practical problems for industry. (Photo by Dan Addison, University Communications)

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Engineering professor Keith Williams, left, works with students on programming their robot to follow commands. (Photos by Dan Addison, University Communications)

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ARCS staff are teaching a series of free hands-on workshops this fall that are open to all UVA researchers. Space is limited, so register today! Topics include:

Homa Alemzadeh, left, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, works in the Link Lab with computer engineering Ph.D. student Samin Yasar. (Photo by Dan Addison, University Communications)

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The camp drew 25 teachers, including 21 from Virginia, who learned from UVA faculty how to teach cybersecurity to their students. (Photo by Dan Addison, University Communications)

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HackCville’s new Elliewood Fellowships support 11 recent UVA graduates as they pursue their start-ups in Charlottesville’s rich entrepreneurial ecosystem. (Photos by Dan Addison, University Communications)

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Would you like to learn the basics of high-throughput and parallel computing? Do you want hands-on high performance training that you can apply to your research? If so, then we invite you to attend one or more sessions in ARCS' Summer Education Series. The sessions are free for all UVA faculty, staff, and students. Topics include how to program in Python, scientific visualization, modern Fortran, data analytics, MPI for distributed systems, OpenMP for multicore systems, and more! Lectures on relevant topics will be delivered during the morning sessions; afternoon sessions offer hands-on...

Using a simulator, for now, UVA researchers are probing the factors that lead people to feel more or less comfortable with letting go of the steering wheel. (Photos by Dan Addison, University Communications)

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For 70 years, computers have operated on an architectural framework that has worked exceedingly well, multiplying speed and functionality many times over through improvements to core, individual components....

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