Articles tagged with: Industry

[ Aug 14 2013 - 4:18 pm ]

Ford researchers wanted to optimize engine bay airflow while considering a significant number of design parameters, a job that required supercomputing resources on a completely new scale.

[ Dec 18 2012 - 4:27 pm ]

A project led by Amra Peles of UTRC is pushing the limits of lower-cost, genuinely renewable hydrogen production and use for fuel cells.

[ Nov 16 2012 - 4:31 pm ]

An OLCF industrial partner was recently named a winner of International Data Corporation’s (IDC) HPC Innovation Excellence Award, announced in Salt Lake City, Utah at the annual supercomputing conference SC12.

[ Nov 16 2012 - 4:30 pm ]

The OLCF took home awards in green computing and industry collaboration from the 2012 HPCwire “Readers’ Choice Awards.”

[ Aug 14 2012 - 12:17 pm ]

Ramgen Power Systems, a Seattle-based energy R&D firm, is developing a novel gas compressor system based on shock-wave technology used in supersonic flight applications by using the OLCF’s Jaguar supercomputer.

[ Aug 13 2012 - 1:32 pm ]

OLCF Director of Science Jack Wells recently spoke at the United Technologies Engineering Fellows Lecture series at Pratt & Whitney in East Hartford, Connecticut on July 26.

[ Jul 7 2012 - 8:07 pm ]

GE Global Research, an OLCF industrial partner, was recently named a winner of International Data Corporations (IDCs) HPC Innovation Excellence Award.

[ Jun 15 2012 - 2:07 pm ]

GE takes its turbomachinery research and development to the fast lane with the help of Jaguar, one of the fastest computers in the world.

[ Aug 19 2011 - 2:46 pm ]

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.

[ Aug 19 2011 - 10:58 am ]

For years, academia has looked to simulation to solve some of science’s most complex problems. Recently, industry has taken notice—America’s most powerful machines are now helping its most powerful companies. Take Jaguar and Boeing, for example.