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March 5, 2020

“Bubbles” Demonstrates the Power of GPUs, Immersion Cooling

Two high school students from Knoxville’s L&N STEM Academy spent their internships at the US Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) developing Bubbles—a demonstration unit used to show the potential of ORNL’s supercomputers and the future of computer cooling techniques. Logan O’Neal, a senior, and Tyler Duckworth, a…
July 18, 2017

OLCF Staff Reach Students through Coding Events

Daughters of ORNL staff members display their fractals on the visualization wall in the Exploratory Visualization Environment for Research in Science and Technology, or EVEREST. Pictured here are the girls with staff volunteers (front row, left to right) Ashley Nguyen, Dasha Herrmannova, Megan Bradley, Katherine Engstrom, Kate Carter, Anne Berres,…
July 26, 2016

OLCF Staff Inspire Innovation at Bay Area Maker Faire

OLCF User Support Specialist Adam Simpson explains how Tiny Titan works during the 2016 Bay Area Maker Faire, which ran May 20–22 in San Francisco. OLCF staff modified Tiny Titan to take advantage of Leap Motion sensors that allowed students to control the simulation by using their hands. In 2006,…
June 14, 2016

Tiny Titan Travels Again

An OLCF team consisting of user assistance specialists Adam Simpson, Robert French, and Matt Belhorn participated in four 35-minute sessions at the National Science Bowl in Washington, DC.