Articles in the Science Category
In April 2014, a team used its INCITE allocation to simulate galaxy formation over billions of years using one trillion particles in a simulation called ds14_a (ds stands for Dark Sky).
A team led by Aurel Bulgac of the University of Washington has developed a novel model for capturing the real-time dynamics of nuclear fission without imposed constraints.
The US Department of Energy Office of Science has awarded nearly 1 billion processor hours to 22 projects at the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility.
After their work simulating the calcium-48 nucleus, a team led by ORNL’s Gaute Hagen continued its work by moving to a larger, heavier, and more complex isotope—calcium-52—and the results surprised the researchers once again.
Simulation demonstrates how superconductivity arises in cuprates’ pseudogap phase.
A Cornell-led research team is using Titan to study cells’ sodium-powered neurotransmitter transporters in atomistic detail
Titan propels GE beyond the limits of gas turbine testing
In the United States, the use of natural gas for electricity …
Seeking to improve their knowledge of heterogeneous high-performance computing architectures, researchers at oil and gas company Total have been working with OLCF experts to improve their computational models.
A multi-institution team led by the University of Alabama’s David Dixon is using Titan to understand actinide chemistry at the molecular level in hopes of designing methods to clean up contamination and safely store spent nuclear fuel.
Director of Science Jack Wells shares the successes of first-year INCITE users while encouraging new users to apply for time in 2017. The post originally appeared in Cray’s blog.