Broadband, Stimulus and Net Access

Broadband, Stimulus and Net Access

May 6, 2009
6:30 pmto8:30 pm

RIchard Lowenberg of 1st-Mile is coordinating New Mexicos efforts in the Obama stimulus plan for broadband infrastructure. Join him at the Complex for an update on those efforts and the issues facing broadband rollouts nationwide. Read more

Web Marketing to the Max

Beer and Gear TV: Web Marketing Tools You Can Use

April 30, 2009
6:00 pmto8:00 pm

The New Mexico Tech Council invites you to the second Beer and Gear Northern NM Chapter to explore the ever-changing web marketing. The playing field of Internet marketing has taken on a whole new approach that leverage websites, blogging, webcasting, and search engine optimization. Come find out how you can utilize these powerful tools to maximize your marketing efforts. (You must be 21 to attend.) [Read more...]

April 24, 2009 | Leave a Comment

The Santa Fe WPI Project Center

WPI Bootstrappers Report on Their Work

May 6, 2009
5:30 pmto6:30 pm

Six interns from Worcester Polytechnic Institute have been working at the Complex since early April to determine the feasibility of a Santa Fe Project Center for WPI at the Complex. If successful, the Santa Fe Center would join WPIs 13 other global project centers as a location for applied research in the WPI engineering program. The students will preview their report at the Complex on Wednesday night, May 6, at 5:30pm. (Please note the time change from 5:00 as originally announced.) [Read more...]

April 28, 2009 | Leave a Comment

Not Your Father's Building Blocks

Siftables and More with David Merrill

May 11, 2009
6:00 pmto8:00 pm

David Merrill, a fourth-year Ph.D. student at MIT, modestly says his research interests revolve around expanding human capabilities with technological tools that take advantage of our existing skills. In practice, that becomes Siftables, an evolutionary and revolutionary expansion of the building blocks we all used as toddlers to learn how to build relations and structures among objects. [Read more...]

April 27, 2009 | Leave a Comment

Air Hockey Champs

Cole Lekden Win Supercomputing Challenge Award

Cole Tufti and Tenzin Tungtok won the Sandia National Laboratories Creativity and Innovation Award at the 19th New Mexico Supercomputer Challenge earlier this month. The students developed a virtual air-hockey game under the mentorship of Stephen Guerin and John Paul Gonzales at Santa Fe Complex. Heres their YouTube video of the games construction: [Read more...]

April 29, 2009 | Leave a Comment

Finally! Someone Appreciates Your Creativity


August 7, 2009toAugust 9, 2009

Are you ready for something different in the city different? Do you have an idea for kinetic sculpture or interactive installation art: do you make your own music or create your own performances? Would you rather make it than buy it, become the entertainment rather than be entertained? Then we are looking for visionaries like you and your inspired ideas. [Read more...]

April 29, 2009 | Leave a Comment

The Leading ABM Conference

SWARMing in Santa Fe

June 28, 2009toJune 30, 2009

Swarmfest 2009 is coming to the Complex on June 28-30. SwarmFest, the leading international conference to advance agent-based modeling, is an informal and interdisciplinary reunion for anyone interested in advancing the use of agent-based modeling systems. Its a discussion-based, problem-question oriented, workshop-like environment that is also non-denominational: users of Repast, NetLogo and even FORTRAN are welcome. Prior SWARMFests were held in Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, DePaul University, Notre Dame, Torino, Italy and the University of Michigan. [Read more...]

March 14, 2009 | Leave a Comment