Profiles of the 2016 Blue Waters Grad Fellows
Follow throughout this series as we individually highlight the 2016 Blue Waters Graduate Fellows to learn more about their research.
Blue Waters helps the fight against Ebola
A team of researchers is using Blue Waters to design antibodies against the Ebola virus, with hope to apply the protocol to other viruses including influenza.
Blue Waters user mines crop data
A faculty member at the University of Illinois is using the Blue Waters supercomputer on campus to gain new insights into crop yields through satellite data.
Using Blue Waters supercomputer to better understand Ebola transmission
Florida State University researcher Ashok Srinivasan and his team are using the Blue Waters supercomputer at NCSA to create better airport procedures to reduce the risk of Ebola transmission in air travel.
Blue Waters supercomputer fights gerrymandering
Blue Waters supercomputer continues to make significant discoveries in the social sciences as its computational power has enabled a new approach for identifying partisan gerrymandering.
Blue Waters maps the Arctic
ArticDEM project uses world’s fastest academic supercomputer to create newly-released DEMs of Alaska.
Blue Waters to continue to 2019
In recognition of the successes enabled by Blue Waters to date and of the national research community’s need for extreme-scale computational and data resources, the National Science Foundation will extend the Blue Waters project into 2019.