Articles in the Science Category
Researchers combining the supercomputing muscle of ORNL’s Jaguar with the experimental abilities of powerful research magnets have confirmed an exotic quantum state known as Bose glass.
Using OLCF resources, scientists have simulated matter at the core’s bounce, when the shock wave starts to develop.
A team of researchers ran transient, or continuous, simulations on an ORNL supercomputer over three years to create the first physics-based test of hemispheric deglaciation, work that was recently featured in Nature.
Researchers led by Gerald Meehl of the National Center for Atmospheric Research used ORNL’s Jaguar supercomputer to explore just how much sea level is likely to rise and under what circumstances.
A project led by Amra Peles of UTRC is pushing the limits of lower-cost, genuinely renewable hydrogen production and use for fuel cells.
The DOE’s Leadership Computing Facilities have awarded a combined 4.7 billion supercomputing core hours to 61 science and engineering projects with high potential for accelerating discovery and innovation through its INCITE program.
Researchers from ORNL and the University of Tennessee are using OLCF supercomputers to help cut time and risk in new drug development.
High-performance computing (HPC) experts from across the world gathered in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, September 5-7 to discuss the current state of supercomputing and the upcoming transition from petascale to exascale computing.
HPCwire sat down with Galen Shipman to discuss strategies for coping with the “3 Vs”—variety, velocity, and volume—of the big data that climate science generates.
Ramgen Power Systems, a Seattle-based energy R&D firm, is developing a novel gas compressor system based on shock-wave technology used in supersonic flight applications by using the OLCF’s Jaguar supercomputer.