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Blue Waters Impact: Brian O'Shea

Blue Waters researcher, Brian O'Shea uses the computational power of the Blue Waters supercomputer to tackle the biggest questions in astrophysics. Learn how Blue Waters has enabled major breakthroughs in science for the past five years. Celebrate with us at SC18.

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24
In the past
Hours
Jobs Started
3098
Jobs Queued
2890
Jobs Completed
3003

TOTAL COMPUTING POWER DELIVERED

    Since Blue Waters went into production on March 28, 2013, it has provided 24.9 billion core - hours to scientists and engineers across the country .

LARGEST JOBS CURRENTLY RUNNING

Jobs are Aggregated by Project

Science Group Node Type Cores Core Hours
Simulating Faintest Galaxies in the JWST Era (Jobs:5)
PI: Nickolay Gnedin, University of Chicago
XE41664
Probing New Physics in Galaxy Formation at Ultra-High Resolution (Jobs:150)
PI: Philip Hopkins, California Institute of Technology
XE39392
Modeling Physical Processes in the Solar Wind and Local Interstellar Medium with a Multi-Scale Fluid-Kinetic Simulation Suite (Jobs:3)
PI: Nikolai Pogorelov, University of Alabama, Huntsville
XE96000
The Computational Microscope (Jobs:41)
PI: Emad Tajkhorshid, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
XK8576
Simulation of a Complete Model of a Cellular Membrane (Jobs:14)
PI: Emad Tajkhorshid, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
XK4400

CURRENT RUNNING JOBS BY SCIENCE AREA