In 2013, researchers at consumer-products giant Procter & Gamble and Temple University began using the Titan supercomputer to better understand the three-dimensional structure of skin’s outermost barrier, the stratum corneum.
Consumer-products giant Procter & Gamble (P&G) has turned to Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and America’s fastest supercomputer to simulate microscopic processes that can threaten product performance and stability.
The work of ORNL postdoctoral fellow Trung Nguyen appeared as the cover story in the March 21, 2014, print edition of Nanoscale, a high-impact journal of the Royal Society of Chemistry. It was also published online.
EVEREST has provided researchers with the Forest Service Eastern Forest Environmental Threat Assessment Center and their partners a unique view of maps used for detecting and tracking unexpected forest changes and disturbances.
Startup zooms to success improving fuel efficiency of long-haul trucks by more than 10 percent
Using Vampir, a team of researchers has analyzed a running application in detail as it executed on all 220,000 CPU processors of Titan’s predecessor, Jaguar.
For 2013 the Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment (INCITE) program awarded 1.84 billion core hours on …
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.
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.
A special report titled Accelerating Computational Science Symposium 2012 details the benefits of using GPUs for HPC, the findings were presented earlier this year at Accelerating Computational Science Symposium 2012 in Washington, D.C.