2022 Readers’ & Editors’ Choice Awards – Best HPC Collaboration

Best HPC Collaboration


Readers’ Choice Awards

Using NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, scientists with the Cosmic Evolution Early Release Science (CEERS) Collaboration are using supercomputers to analyze how some of the earliest galaxies formed. They have identified an object that may be one of the earliest galaxies ever observed using supercomputers at the Texas Advanced Computing Center for image processing.

Editors’ Choice Awards


The RISC2 project, following the RISC Project, aims to promote and improve the relationship between research and industrial communities, focusing on HPC applications and infrastructure deployment, between Europe and Latin America. Led by the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC), RISC2 brings together 16 partners from 12 countries.


Bloom is a global collaborative effort to develop the largest, open and multilingual NLP model in the world. Bloom is the result of BigScience, a collaborative effort of more than 1000 global researchers from academia, startups, large companies, HPC centers, Nvidia, Microsoft, and more. The effort was orchestrated by the HuggingFace startup. Researchers used the HPE-built Jean Zay supercomputer, GENCI, at The Institute for Development and Resources in Intensive Scientific Computing (IDRIS). Having such models open and trained on public research infrastructure is very important and in some fields sovereign for many uses.

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