2022 Gordon Bell Prize Goes to Plasma Accelerator Research

November 17, 2022

At the awards ceremony at SC22 in Dallas today, ACM awarded the 2022 ACM Gordon Bell Prize to a team of researchers who used four major supercomputers – inclu Read more…

Top Supercomputers to Shake Up Earthquake Modeling

September 29, 2022

Two DOE-funded projects — and a bunch of top supercomputers — are converging to improve our understanding of earthquakes and enable the construction of more Read more…

Inside the Gordon Bell Prize Finalist Projects

September 7, 2022

The ACM Gordon Bell Prize, which comes with a $10,000 award courtesy of HPC luminary Gordon Bell, is widely considered the highest prize in high-performance com Read more…

SC22 Unveils ACM Gordon Bell Prize Finalists

August 12, 2022

Courtesy of the schedule for the SC22 conference, we now have our first glimpse at the finalists for this year’s coveted Gordon Bell Prize. The Gordon Bell Pr Read more…

ORNL’s Supercomputer-Powered TRITON Tool Models Flooding

August 3, 2022

Rare, severe flooding struck both Kentucky and Missouri in the last week alone — and with climate change accelerating, such events are likely to continue. However, flood modeling remains computationally expensive. Now, researchers from Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and Tennessee Technological University have created the TRITON toolkit, which leverages... Read more…

Summit Spins Up Research for Streamlined Carbon Fiber Production

July 1, 2022

Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s exascale Frontier system may be stealing some of the spotlight, but the lab’s 148.6 Linpack petaflops Summit system is still Read more…

Summit Simulations Illuminate Important Uranium Compound

May 7, 2022

Uranium tetrafluoride hydrate (UFH) is produced as a byproduct during the fuel cycle for nuclear power plants—but it remains poorly understood in comparison t Read more…

Top US Supercomputer Supports Mental Health Research

April 16, 2022

Over the course of the pandemic, the crucial role of high-performance computing and artificial intelligence in treating disease has become abundantly clear. Even as viral disease sits squarely in supercomputing’s crosshairs, however, mental illness has remained relatively foreign to the computational medicine world. Now, a collaboration between Oak Ridge National... Read more…

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