Long Islanders on Saturday took a look at Stony Brook Children’s Hospital’s new building, one that former patients and hospital staff said may improve medical care for child patients and make their families more comfortable.
On Long Island, one of the fastest computers in the world is used to possibly save lives. Researchers at the University have developed the world’s largest immersive visualization cabins, helping doctors find tiny cancers and much more.
They’re scrubbing the walls of Santiago. On October 25, a day after Chile’s largest protest ever, a citizen brigade coordinated by the municipal government started to paint over the graffiti and graphics. The effort is in vain, of course; every day more street art goes up.
Interim President Michael Bernstein honored more than 65 faculty and staff at the Annual Awards and Recognition Dinner. Dr. Bernstein, joined by Interim Provost Minghua Zhang, celebrated recent faculty achievements, appointments to distinguished professorships and Chancellor’s Awards recipients.
Stony Brook University celebrated the opening of its astonishing new SMART Cluster, a dual use GPU Cluster for both machine learning and visualization, in a ribbon-cutting ceremony on campus. The high-tech cluster will facilitate powerful AI-enhanced computational capabilities, high-end visual computing and analytics, and acceleration of data-intensive and compute-intensive processes.
A dominant regular season for the Stony Brook women's soccer program was fully recognized on Monday afternoon, when the America East finished announcing its postseason accolades, giving three Seawolves and its coaching staff major awards to follow up 10 selections to the All-Conference teams on Friday.
Charles Flagg’s research is focused on the kinematics and dynamics of the world’s coastal ocean, including the processes at the edge of the broad continental shelf of the Middle Atlantic Bight and the Gulf of Maine that control the exchange of mass and material between the deep ocean and shelf. His studies include the coastal lagoons of southern Long Island and the impact of breaches in Fire Island.