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Researchers from Purdue University, the University of Alabama–Huntsville, and Switzerland’s ETH Zurich are finalists for this year’s coveted ACM Gordon Bell Prize, thanks to a nanoscale simulation of electronic devices performed on Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Jaguar supercomputer.
More than 100 participants from government, industry, and academia attended the 2011 Computational Sciences and Engineering conference to discuss strategies for optimizing high- performance computing resources used in advanced modeling and simulation of grand challenges in energy.
HPCwire interviewed Buddy Bland (OLCF) and Jim Hack (NCCS) about Titan and GPUs.
The Titan Summit workshop held August 15–17, 2011, covered the evolution to the next level of high-performance computational resources, enabling more groundbreaking research in climate, energy creation and storage, biology, chemistry, astrophysics, and materials.
The OLCF’s Rebecca Hartman-Baker and Adam Simpson added their expertise recently to a weeklong workshop designed to bring more chemistry faculty and students into the world of high-performance computing.
Overview prepares Jaguar users for coming upgrades
Users got a first glimpse of ORNL’s next-generation leadership-class supercomputer at a July 26 …
The ORNL Industrial HPC Partnerships Program has fostered collaboration and innovation between government and the private sector for the past 2 years. Recently project director Suzy Tichenor reached out to new audiences as she traveled to Stuttgart, Germany, and Denver, Colorado, to showcase the program’s expansion and achievements.
OLCF users got a first glimpse of ORNL’s next-generation leadership-class supercomputer at a July 26 webinar.
Three animations created by ORNL computer visualization specialists Dave Pugmire and Mike Matheson won big at the SciDAC Electronic Visualization Night, held on July 12 in Denver, Colorado.
ORNL staff members contributed knowledge and support to a new geology unit of the JASON Project which recently earned a “CODiE Award” as the nation’s best science or health curriculum.