ORNL, which operates the premier leadership computing facility for the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science, gathered experts in science, engineering, and computing from around the world to discuss research advances that are now possible with extreme-scale hybrid supercomputers.
A multi-institutional team used a global dataset of paleoclimate records and the Jaguar supercomputer at ORNL to find the perform an unprecedented climate simulation. The results, published in the April 5 issue of Nature, analyze 15,000 years of climate history.
Transformational work in combustion, nuclear energy, seismology and more to be discussed
OAK RIDGE, Tenn., March 15, 2012—Oak Ridge National Laboratory …
Jack Wells speaks at GE Technology Summit about government–industry collaborations
Jack Wells, director of science for the National Center for Computational …
Computation and experiment reveal how protein switching provides right tool for the job
HPCwire interviewed Buddy Bland (OLCF) and Jim Hack (NCCS) about Titan and GPUs.
GPU-accelerated system of at least 10 petaflops to provide exceptional scientific computing
The Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory has …
Supercomputers help optimize engines, turbines, and other technologies for clean energy
Air and fuel mix violently during turbulent combustion. The …
A special report highlights the accomplishments of researchers running large, complex, and often unprecedented simulations on Department of Energy Office of Science supercomputers.
In this interview, Galen Shipman, who heads OLCF’s Technology Integration group, discusses the challenges of managing big data.