C2B2

AcronymDefinition
C2B2Colorado Center for Biofuels and Biorefining (research center of Colorado Renewable Energy Collaboratory)
C2B2Colorado Center for Biofuels and Biorefining (Boulder, CO)
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We were using a traditional NAS system that struggled to support the huge amounts of input/output demands on the 400 CPUs in our computing infrastructure," said John Lowell Wofford, director of IT services for Columbia University's C2B2.
The Isilon storage system that C2B2 employs now supports some 4,000 CPUs, which can handle the heavy I/O and data analysis demands of C2B2's research into such areas as computational biophysics and structural biology.
The ConocoPhillips Center for Energy Innovation will occupy a portion of the new wing, and bring under one tool select researchers from two CU Boulder research programs it supports, C2B2 and the Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute, or RASEI.
Leveraging the collective computation power of these high performance clusters is a critical component toward making significant strides across myriad types of research," said John Lowell Wofford, Manager of HPCC at C2B2.
In all, 27 members--about 1 0 of which paid $50,000 while those with less than 500 employees paid $10,000--have invested in C2B2 and the opportunity to "sit at the table, helping us direct research and be involved in developments as they happen," Hiller says.
We are pleased to be launching this promising new research effort in conjunction with C2B2," said Stephen Brand, ConocoPhillips senior vice president, Technology.
0 % of the trials for which correct compounds were formed by elements of Class 1 (B1A1, C1B1, A1C1, and C1A1) and did not respond to correct compounds formed by elements of Class 2 (B2A2, C2B2, A2C2, and C2A2).
ASD's instruments have already proven successful in biofuel production applications, and partnering with C2B2 is an opportunity for ASD to get more involved in advancing the processes and technology that help shape industry practices around the world.
Table 1 Compound Stimuli Presented in Each Experimental Phase Phase Phase 1: Baseline Training Phase 2: Symmetry Tests OTM MTO OTM MTO Related Not Related Not Related Not Related Not Related Related Related Related A1B1 A1B2 A1C1 A1C2 B1A1 B2A1 C1A1 C1A2 A2B2 A2B1 A2C2 A2C1 B2A2 B1A2 C2A2 C2A1 A1C1 A1C2 B1C1 B1C2 C1A1 C2A1 C1B1 C1B2 A2C2 A2C1 B2C2 B2C1 C2A2 C1A2 C2B2 C2B1 Phase 3: Equivalence Tests Related Related Not Related Not OTM MTO Related Related A1B1 B1C1 B1C2 A1B1 A1B2 A2B2 B2C2 B2C1 A2B2 A2B1 A1C1 C1B1 C1B2 B1A1 B1A2 A2C2 C2B2 C2B1 B2A2 B2A1
Table 2 Compound Stimuli Presented During Phases 3 and 4 Phase Phase 3 4 Compound Number Correct Compound Number Correct of of Stimuli Trials Response Stimuli Trials Response B1A1 4 YES A1C1 12 YES B2A2 4 YES A2C2 12 YES B1A2 4 NO A1C2 12 NO B2A1 4 NO A2C1 12 NO C1B1 4 YES C1A1 12 YES C2B2 4 YES C2A2 12 YES C1B2 4 NO C1A2 12 NO C2B1 4 NO C2A1 12 NO
This was followed by the 4-s delay condition, in which the AB training and CB training required successive correct completion of seven randomly intermixed trials of each type (A1B1, A2B2, A3B3, C1B1, C2B2, and C3B3) before testing.
Stimulus Relations Trained for Group Depending on Class Size Members Stimulus relations 1 A1B1, A2B2, A3B3, C1B1, C2B2, C3B3 2 A1B1, A2B2, A3B3, C1B1, C2B2, C3B3, D1B1, D2B2, D3B3 3 A1B1, A2B2, A3B3, C1B1, C2B2, C3B3, D1B1, D2B2, D3B3, E1B1, E2B2, E3B3 4 A1B1, A2B2, A3B3, C1B1, C2B2, C3B3, D1B1, D2B2, D3B3, E1B1, E2B2, E3B3, F1B1, F2B2, F3B3 Indices for Equivalence Test for Each Subject in Group with Three Members in Experiment 2 Subject Number Equivalence test CA 1 2 811 1.