ACE Expands


Many faculty who conduct research and experiment with innovative technology projects have turned to the digital sandbox space called ACE, Fordham University’s Academic Computing Environment. Currently, ACE hosts over 200 projects, from straightforward websites that showcase faculty and student work to complex environments hosting computational research software.

One recent ACE site is the companion WordPress Site for the book Whose Middle Ages?: Teachable Moments for an Ill-Used Past (Fordham UP, 2019) edited by Andrew Albin, Mary C. Erler, Thomas O’Donnell, Nicholas L. Paul and Nina Rowe. 

Forthcoming, the ACE team is working on a grant-funded Neuroscience Server for the Integrative Neuroscience Program.  This server will offer neuroscience imaging, processing, computation and analytical software that facilitates research in AI/artificial intelligence and MRI imaging, including an installation of MATLAB that can be used by multiple licensed end users concurrently. The server will be the largest all-in-one solution ever offered to the University.

Partial listing of the software installed on the Neuroscience Server: >MATLAB
>CONN Toolbox
>FMRIB Software Library (FSL)

Wish to learn more about requesting an ACE instance? Reach out to ITCC and someone will be in touch with you to discuss your needs.


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