Feature Channels:

Supercomputing

Add to Favorites | Subscribe | Share

Filters:

  • (Press "esc" to clear)

Science

Channels:

Michigan Tech, Darpa, Microbe, Port cities, Ships, Microbial Ecology, Supercomputing, Great Lakes

Microbes From Ships May Help Distinguish One Port From Another

Much the way every person has a unique microbial cloud around them, ships might also carry distinct microbial signatures. The key is testing the right waters--the bilge water from the bottoms of ships.

Science

Channels:

Cutting Commercial Building Energy, Low-Temperature Catalyst, Molecular Sunscreen, and More in the DOE Science News Source

Click here to go directly to the DOE Science News Source

Science

Business

Channels:

Cool Power, Stronger Ferromagnets, ADHD Detection, Intelligent Robots, and More in the Engineering News Source

The latest research and features in the Newswise Engineering News Source

Science

Channels:

Lithium, Quantum Mechanics, Supercomputing, ground states , atomic structure

Piling on Pressure Solves Enduring Mystery About Metal’s Makeup

Lithium_structure_2.jpg

Scientists have solved a decade-long puzzle about lithium, an essential metal in cellphone and computer batteries. Using extreme pressure experiments and powerful supercomputing, the international team has unraveled the mystery of the structure of lithium.

Science

Channels:

Fusion, Plasma, Tokamak, Iter

PPPL-Led Team Wins Major Award of Time on DOE Supercomputers for Fusion Studies in 2017

CS_Chang.jpg

Article describes ALCC allotment of 269.9 million supercomputer hours to study the complex edge region of fusion plasmas.

Science

Channels:

quantum annealing, Quantum Computer, Quantum Computing

USC to Lead IARPA Quantum Computing Project

USC will lead a consortium of universities and private companies to build quantum computers that are at least 10,000 times faster than the best state-of-the-art classical computers.Such high-powered machines could help facilitate the solution of some of the most difficult optimization problems such as machine learning for image recognition, resolving scheduling conflicts in events with many participants, as well as sampling for improved prediction of random events.

Science

Channels:

San Diego Supercomputer Center, Uc San Diego, National Science Foundation (NSF) , xsede, Open Science Grid, Comet supercomputer, Dark Matter research, XENON Collaboration

SDSC’s Comet is a Key Resource in New Global Dark Matter Experiment

XENON1T06_14_17.jpg

The petascale Comet supercomputer at the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) on the UC San Diego campus has emerged as a key resource in what is considered to be the most advanced dark matter research quest to-date, with a group of international researchers recently announcing promising results after only one month of operation with a new detector.

Medicine

Channels:

Ut Southwestern, Cancer, Computing & Communication Medical Sciences

UTSW, UT Advanced Computing Center Share Big-Data Tools in Fight Against Cancer, Infectious Diseases

vdj.jpg

UT Southwestern scientists who created a powerful analytic weapon in the fight against cancer and infectious diseases are making that tool available for free via a web-based portal.

Science

Channels:

Exascale Computing Project, HPC, High Performace Computing, Department of Energy Office of Science, Supercomputer, Supercomputing & high-performance computing

Department of Energy Awards Six Research Contracts Totaling $258 Million to Accelerate U.S. Supercomputing Technology

Today U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry announced that six leading U.S. technology companies will receive funding from the Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project (ECP) as part of its new PathForward program, accelerating the research necessary to deploy the nation’s first exascale supercomputers.

Science

Channels:

Computing, Environment, Life Sciences, Mathematics, Computer Science, Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF), Information architectures, parallel computing, Petascale & exascale computing, Supercomputing, high-performance computing , Systems architecture, Systems design

How to Build Software for a Computer 50 Times Faster Than Anything in the World

MCS_Software_Devp_900px.jpg

Researchers at Argonne are working to create new and adapt existing software technologies to operate at exascale by overcoming challenges found in several key areas, such as resiliency, data reduction, software libraries and the management of memory, power and computational resources.







Chat now!