Articles Archive for January 2016
Titan is potentially available to any private enterprise through ACCEL.
Researchers at the German research laboratory Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden Rossendorf are using Titan to understand and control new methods for particle acceleration that could have big impacts on laser-driven tumor removal.
Facility enhancements to accommodate Summit, the OLCF’s next leadership-class supercomputer, continue to proceed on schedule.
As 2016 begins, the ACCEL program at Oak Ridge National Laboratory continues to grow and deliver successful results.
Recently, a cross-departmental team engaged in an ongoing process to make data transfer easier for OLCF users.
Researchers at insurance company FM Global are using Titan to try and better understand fire growth and suppression.
To consolidate the knowledge base surrounding computationally modeling neurons, researchers at the Allen Institute for Brain Science and ORNL organized the first BigNeuron Data Analytics and Visualization Hackathon, which took place November 16–20 at ORNL.
The OLCF developed Wraprun, an optimized job launching tool, to assist users of Titan that wish to run ensemble jobs.
A team led by OLCF’s Christos Kartsaklis has built a tool to help users to extract enough parallelism from their existing programs to take advantage of additional computational power.