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News and Highlights from the OLCF

The Flight of the Electrons

By  •  9 years ago  •  Science

Purdue researchers break petaflop barrier with study of electrons in computer chips

A team led by Gerhard Klimeck of Purdue University has broken the petascale barrier while addressing a relatively …
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OLCF Co-hosts INCITE Proposal Webinar Series

By  •  9 years ago  •  People

The OLCF and ALCF co-hosted the first of three webinars January 24 aiming to guide researchers through the proposal process for earning time on the two facilities’ leadership-class supercomputers.
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Jaguar Pounces on Child Predators

By  •  9 years ago  •  Technology

To accelerate the acquisition of information needed to arrest child predators, law enforcement officers have teamed with data analytics experts at ORNL for a project that will use Jaguar to speedily analyze the activities on file-sharing networks that pinpoint porn producers.
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Numerical Model of Class A Tractor Trailer
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Numerical Model of Class A Tractor Trailer

By  •  9 years ago  •  Technology

BMI’s Mike Henderson discusses the aerodynamic analysis of semi-tractor trailers, research that could greatly enhance the efficiency of one of America’s most important shipping mediums.
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Turbomachines
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Turbomachines

By  •  9 years ago  •  Industry

Mike Idelchik explains the energy goals of GE Global Research, particularly the development of efficient wind turbines through simulation.
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Supercomputers Simulate the Molecular Machines that Replicate and Repair DNA

By  •  9 years ago  •  Science

Scientists use Jaguar to model replisome components to understand their role in health and disease.
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ORNL Supercomputers Help Studies of Supernovas, Space

By  •  10 years ago  •  Science

Researchers use Jaguar to simulate ignition in type Ia supernova explosions.

Type Ia supernovas are the largest thermonuclear explosions in nature, expelling mass greater than that of the Sun and …
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Oak Ridge Supercomputers Provide First Simulation of Abrupt Climate Change

By  •  10 years ago  •  Science

At the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, the world’s fastest supercomputer for unclassified research is simulating abrupt climate change and shedding light on an enigmatic period of natural global warming in Earth’s relatively recent history.
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Resolution Revolution

By  •  11 years ago  •  Science

Software engineers turn to Pat Worley’s team to fix problems that threaten simulations.
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Quantum Spin Doctors Dissect Exotic States of Matter

By  •  12 years ago  •  Science

When German physicist Max Planck created quantum theory in 1900, he was not trying to revolutionize the world. He was just trying to provide a theoretical foundation for the way …
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Potassium Channel Model Lights the Way for Simulations of Molecular Machines

By  •  12 years ago  •  Science

Supercomputers to reveal in atomistic detail all steps from open to closed ion channel
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ORNL researchers team up with the NFL for a carbon-neutral Super Bowl

By  •  12 years ago  •  Science

Is it possible to have a carbon-neutral Super Bowl? When National Football League Environmental Program Coordinator Jack Groh wanted to find out, he called ORNL.
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