Articles tagged with: Titan
Installations mark a new milestone in natural gas-derived electricity generation.
A team led by Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory’s C.S. Chang recently used the 27-petaflop Titan supercomputer to simulate a crucial transition phenomenon in MIT’s Alcator C-Mod tokamak, uncovering the basic physics behind the transition.
To better understand dopamine uptake at neuron synapses, scientists from the Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University are using the Titan supercomputer at the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility to simulate important molecular interactions at the neuron membrane.
University of Illinois researchers simulate key protein to combat multidrug resistance in cancer cells.
UC Santa Cruz team aims to generate largest simulation of a galaxy on Titan
In June, the OLCF’s Tom Papatheodore led a CUDA workshop to teach students, interns, and researchers how to program on a GPU architecture such as Titan.
Li’s research has provided valuable insight into parallel computing that aids in reducing computing time on systems such as Titan, America’s most powerful supercomputer.
OLCF interns are serving in programming, communications, and operations positions, and more.
The ALCC program provides high-performance computing resources such as America’s fastest supercomputer, Titan, to projects that align with DOE’s energy mission.
With 2 years left of Titan operation, as well as the recent deployment of new test beds built by Cray, Inc., OLCF is staying active in the Cray community.