Articles Archive for October 2016
ORiGAMI, a tool to help doctors discover connections between symptoms, diseases, and drug interactions, was recently made open-source, and is up for an R&D 100 Award.
In a project led by Barmak Mostofian, a CMB postdoctoral researcher, Jeremy Smith’s team created models of up to 330,000 atoms and ran simulations on Titan earlier this year that led to the discovery of a THF-water cosolvent phase separation on the faces of crystalline cellulose fiber.
This year OLCF User Support Specialist Suzanne Parete-Koon was chosen as a nominee for the YWCA Tribute to Women Award and attended the event’s gala in September.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory hosted a boot camp in conjunction with the University of Tennessee’s Reliability and Maintainability Center within the College of Engineering. This
Valentine Anantharaj, computational scientist at the OLCF, contributed to the organization of the ISSAOS summer school by suggesting HPC topics, delivering lectures, and leading workshops.