Articles tagged with: Jaguar
Chemistry and materials science simulations made possible through Robert Harrison’s INCITE project have generated 70 scientific publications since 2008.
Once the second most powerful supercomputer in the world, the Cray XT4 Jaguar was decommissioned March 8.
Through the ASCR Leadership Computing Challenge (ALCC), allocations were awarded to five projects with an emphasis on high-risk, high-impact research related to DOE’s energy mission. They are already providing insight into important efforts such as advancing the clean-energy agenda and understanding the Earth’s climate.
BMI Corporation is combining their aerospace and race care design expertise with the power of the OLCF’s Jaguar supercomputer to create a new, long haul “SmartTruck” that will increase fuel efficiency and reduce carbon emissions.
The Electronic Simulation Monitoring (eSiMon) Dashboard version 1.0 was recently released to the public, allowing scientists to monitor and analyze their simulations in real-time.
A team led by University of Iowa astrophysicist Gregory Howes is using ORNL’s Jaguar supercomputer to explore astrophysical plasma.
Using Jaguar, a research team led by Aleksei Aksimentiev, assistant professor in the physics department at the University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign, began a project to create machines for personal genome sequencing that will be more accessible to hospitals.
Using Jaguar, SEACISM’s aim is to use state-of-the-art simulation to predict the behavior of ice sheets under a changing climate by developing scalable algorithms.
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.
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.