Blue Waters in Nature
Black hole research featuring simulations from the Blue Waters supercomputer published in Nature.
Six research groups awarded new GLCPC allocations on Blue Waters supercomputer
Ranging from research investigations regarding Hepatitis B to Space Weather Modeling, these diverse projects will help provide researchers insight into complex problems in multiple scientific areas.
Illinois researchers given allocations
This round of allocations provides over 17 million node-hours, equivalent to over half a billion core hours, and is valued at over $10.5 million, helping Illinois researchers push the boundaries of innovation and frontier science discovery.
Caltech researcher models galactic atmospheres
A team of researchers featuring Caltech's Cameron Hummels used the Blue Waters leadership supercomputer to account for large amounts of neutral hydrogen gas following the formation of galaxies.
Blue Waters Professor Diwakar Shukla named Sloan Research Fellow
University of Illinois faculty and Blue Waters Professor Diwakar Shukla was one of 126 researchers named a Fellow by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
TOTAL COMPUTING POWER DELIVERED
Since Blue Waters went into production on March 28, 2013, it has provided 27.0 billion core - hours to scientists and engineers across the country .