Sandia Supercomputer Model Simulates a Melting Diamond

March 11, 2022

Even the toughest materials on Earth are vulnerable under the most extreme conditions. A supercomputer simulation visualized just that by cracking, melting and Read more…

Supercomputer Research Investigates Fusion Instabilities

May 26, 2021

Inertial confinement fusion (ICF) experiments is a speculative method of fusion energy generation that would compress a fuel pellet to generate fusion energy ju Read more…

Epyc-Based Dell EMC Servers Power Physics Research at Nikhef

January 24, 2019

Another sign of growing traction for AMD Epyc processors, Nikhef, the Dutch National Institute for Subatomic Physics, has expanded its datacenter with single-so Read more…

NSF-Funded Institute Lays Groundwork for Future High-Energy Physics Discoveries

September 6, 2018

The National Science Foundation (NSF) made another big investment* this week with the launch of the Institute for Research and Innovation in Software for High-E Read more…

CERN Project Sees Orders-of-Magnitude Speedup with AI Approach

August 14, 2018

An award-winning effort at CERN has demonstrated potential to significantly change how the physics based modeling and simulation communities view machine learni Read more…

MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab Targets Algorithms, AI Physics

September 7, 2017

Investment continues to flow into artificial intelligence research, especially in key areas such as AI algorithms that promise to move the technology from speci Read more…

Alternative Supercomputing or How to Misuse a Computer

July 14, 2016

In 2008, the IBM Roadrunner supercomputer broke the petaflops barrier using the power of the heterogeneous Sony Cell Broadband Engine (BE) processor. A year prior, the Cell BE had already made its way into the consumer market as the engine inside the SonyPlaystation 3. The PS3's accelerated design, Linux-capability and low price point... Read more…

COSMOS Team Achieves 100x Speedup on Cosmology Code

August 24, 2015

One of the most popular sessions at the Intel Developer Forum last week in San Francisco, and certainly one of the most exciting from an HPC perspective, broug Read more…

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