Articles tagged with: Scientific Computing
OLCF marks 25-year anniversary with presentations focused on milestones in science and computing, partnerships, and the future
OLCF researcher Ada Sedova brings together pillars of science in her work.
For many researchers, Titan is only part of the picture; managing and understanding data are quickly becoming as important as the simulations that create it.
Princeton’s Jeroen Tromp is part of a team using Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s (ORNL’s) Titan supercomputer, to reveal the Earth’s inner workings via adjoint tomography simulations, or monitoring the interaction of a forward wavefield, in which the waves travel from the source to the receivers, and an “adjoint” wavefield in which the waves travel inversely from the receivers to the source.
The OLCF is proud to announce the addition of T.P. Straatsma as its new Scientific Computing Group Leader.