Articles tagged with: Titan
Optimizing compute jobs based on these separate and combined streams of information, however, can be challenging. Fortunately for staff and users at the OLCF, a new tool called the Grand Unified Information Directory for the OLCF (GUIDO) has been developed to enhance existing capabilities.
The OLCF developed Wraprun, an optimized job launching tool, to assist users of Titan that wish to run ensemble jobs.
ORNL and the OLCF once again took leadership roles at SC15, the 27th meeting of the annual supercomputing conference.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science announced 56 projects aimed at accelerating discovery and innovation to address some of the world’s most challenging scientific questions.
A team led by Thomas Jordan of the Southern California Earthquake Center, headquartered at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, is using the Titan supercomputer to develop physics-based earthquake simulations to better understand earthquake systems, including the potential seismic hazards from known faults and the impact of strong ground motions on urban areas.
Oak Ridge and Argonne Leadership Computing Facility representatives teamed up this summer to expose scientists in the UK to high-performance computing research opportunities in the United States.
Researchers from the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts have use Titan to refine their highly lauded weather prediction model in hopes of further understanding their future computational needs for more localized weather forecasts.
Representatives from the OLCF held prominent roles at CSGF Program Review July 27–30 in Arlington, Virginia.
Educating the next generation of computing experts was among the topics on the agenda for the 2015 ISC High Performance conference in Frankfurt, Germany.
Tiny Titan, the portable parallel computer designed for students and the general public by staff at the OLCF, is the subject of a new exhibit at the American Museum of Science and Energy (AMSE) in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.