At PEARC22: Moving Beyond Exascale, Harnessing Artistic Expertise

The direction that exascale supercomputing will need to follow and the continuing value of visual and other non-computational experts in computer visualizations were the focus of the final two pl

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ISC Keynote: Digital Twins Aren’t About Making Pretty Pictures

“I don’t think anybody here is ignorant of what supercomputing is,” said Rev Lebaredian, Nvidia’s vice president of Omniverse and Simulation Technology, as he opened the first keynote at

By Oliver Peckham

What’s New in HPC Research: Air Pollution Prediction, nOS-V, cuHARM, Quantum Ray Tracing & More

In this regular feature, HPCwire highlights newly published research in the high-performance computing community and related domains. From parallel programming to exascale to quantum computing,

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Eyeing Nvidia’s Omniverse for Fusion Reactor Design

With climate change accelerating and fossil fuel supplies proving increasingly contentious, ensuring a secure supply of clean energy is top-of-mind for many researchers, companies and governments

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Nvidia Combines Modulus, Omniverse for Earth-2 and Other Digital Twins

March 22, 2022

An accurate digital twin can be a boon to scientific endeavors, from recreating individual buildings in a city to understand energy use to recreating the Earth’s climate system to understand the effects of policies on climate change. At GTC21, Nvidia made waves by announcing that its Modulus framework for physics-based ML models and its... Read more…

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…

Nvidia Aims Clara Healthcare at Drug Discovery, Imaging via DGX

April 12, 2021

Nvidia Corp. continues to expand its Clara healthcare platform with the addition of computational drug discovery and medical imaging tools based on its DGX A100 platform, related InfiniBand networking and its AGX developer kit. The Clara partnerships announced during... Read more…

Exascale Aurora System Will Visualize Spreading Cancer

April 1, 2021

Aurora, to be hosted by Argonne National Laboratory, is one of three planned exascale-class systems in the U.S. While the Intel-led system has encountered a variety of conceptual transformations (it was originally planned as a pre-exascale system) and setbacks... Read more…

Titech TSUBAME Solves the Mystery of Baseball Trajectories

March 24, 2021

In professional baseball and major league baseball, pitchers often use a breaking ball called a forkball or split as a decisive pitch. These balls are known to Read more…

The History of Supercomputing vs. COVID-19

March 9, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic poses a greater challenge to the high-performance computing community than any before. HPCwire's coverage of the supercomputing response t Read more…

Australian Supercomputer Research Dives Down Under Melting Ice Shelves

February 12, 2021

Virtually all of the expected sea level rise from climate change will result from the melting of massive ice sheets and glaciers that rest comfortably above sea Read more…

Visualization and Filesystem Use Cases Show Value of Large Memory Fat Nodes on Frontera

February 2, 2021

Frontera, the world’s largest academic supercomputer housed at the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC), is big both in terms of number of computational nodes and the capabilities of the large memory “fat” compute nodes. A couple of recent use cases demonstrate how academic researchers... Read more…

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