Articles tagged with: Supercomputing
Using the Titan supercomputer, researchers from Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF) collaborated with the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab), and other institutions to simulate—for the first time—atomic-level magnetic properties in regions of a real nanoparticle based on experimental data. The results have been published in Nature.
A new version of OpenACC—an application programming interface that integrates accelerators with a host CPU—is due for release in mid-2017. In 2016, OLCF user assistance staff participated in the annual OpenACC standards organization meeting that resulted in a list of features for the new version.
The Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility and General Electric, an industry user of the OLCF’s 27-petaflop Titan supercomputer, have been recognized in the annual HPCwire Readers’ Choice Awards for Best Use of HPC Application in the Energy Industry.
In an effort to modernize computational fluid dynamics, a group of Imperial College researchers has developed a highly accurate and flexible code that utilizes GPU accelerators.
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.
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
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OLCF staff helped unveil ORNL’s Traveling Science Fair supercomputing exhibit at the USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington DC.
Using Titan, researchers at Stony Brook University completed a three-dimensional, high-resolution investigation of the thermonuclear burning a double-detonation white dwarf undergoes before explosion.