As Exascale Frontier Opens, Science Application Developers Share Pioneering Strategies

December 19, 2017

In November 2015, three colleagues representing the US Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science’s three major supercomputing facilities struck up a conver Read more…

By Jonathan Hines

Lustre Enhances Flexibility for Big Data Era

September 13, 2017

Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and Intel Corporation have wrapped up a three year project aimed at giving users of Lustre, the Department o Read more…

By Scott Jones, ORNL

Doug Kothe on the Race to Build Exascale Applications

May 29, 2017

Ensuring there are applications ready to churn out useful science when the first U.S. exascale computers arrive in the 2021-2023 timeframe is Doug Kothe’s job Read more…

By John Russell

Quantum: ORNL Sets Data Density Transmission Record

February 2, 2017

Using a technique called superdense coding, researchers from Oak Ridge National Laboratory have set a new record for data density transmission – 1.67 bits per Read more…

By John Russell

In Search of the Next Circuit Building Method – ORNL has Ideas

September 14, 2016

No one knows what the next, best way to build electronic circuits will be. That said there’s no shortage of efforts to invent something beyond current lithogr Read more…

By John Russell

$300K Supercomputing Grants up for Grabs for Manufacturers from DOE

February 19, 2016

Come early March, grants worth $300,000 are up for grabs for manufacturers giving year-long access to national lab supercomputing cycles and half the staff hour Read more…

By Doug Black

ACCEL Program at ORNL Still Going Strong Says Suzy Tichenor

January 26, 2016

Last year the Accelerating Competitiveness through Computational Excellence (ACCEL) program at the US Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Oak Ridge National Labo Read more…

HZDR Researchers Use Titan to Simulate Tumor Targeting

January 26, 2016

Efforts to attack tumors with a wide variety of particles – protons and various ions, for example – has a long history. The benefit is these particles typic Read more…

By John Russell

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