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Blue Waters research integrates data to predict E. coli behavior

Nov 09, 2016

Blue Waters research integrates data to predict E. coli behavior UC-Davis associate professor and his lab have been using the Blue Waters supercomputer to predict bacterial behavior.


Blue Waters simulates largest membrane channel made of DNA origami

Nov 07, 2016

Blue Waters simulates largest membrane channel made of DNA origami University of Illinois researcher uses Blue Waters to simulate the largest synthetic membrane channel ever made.


NCSA remembers Klaus Schulten

Nov 02, 2016

NCSA remembers Klaus Schulten Leader in computational modeling has died.


Blue Waters Graduate Fellow: Sherwood Richers

Oct 31, 2016

The Blue Waters Graduate Fellowship was awarded to ten outstanding Ph.D. students in computational science. In this series we're featuring brief introductions to who they are and what they're trying to accomplish.


NCSA collaboration helps discover new dwarf planet

Oct 19, 2016

NCSA collaboration helps discover new dwarf planet The Dark Energy Survey team have discovered a new dwarf planet that's more than 90 times farther from the sun than Earth is, making it the second-most distant minor planet in the known solar system.


Blue Waters supercomputer power-user profile: Seid Koric

Oct 17, 2016

Blue Waters supercomputer power-user profile: Seid Koric Every year, many people perform research on the NCSA supercomputer Blue Waters, but very few can say that they've published research on Blue Waters an impressive 22 times, as NCSA's own Seid Koric has done.


Blue Waters Graduate Fellow: Ronald Stenz

Oct 13, 2016

The Blue Waters Graduate Fellowship was awarded to ten outstanding Ph.D. students in computational science. In this series we're featuring brief introductions to who they are and what they're trying to accomplish.


Blue Waters Graduate Fellow: Michael Howard

Oct 07, 2016

The Blue Waters Graduate Fellowship was awarded to ten outstanding Ph.D. students in computational science. In this series we're featuring brief introductions to who they are and what they're trying to accomplish.


Blue Waters simulations help unravel graphene heat-transfer riddle

Jun 22, 2015

Blue Waters simulations help unravel graphene heat-transfer riddle A team led by Fatemeh Khalili-Araghi, University of Illinois at Chicago, simulated heat transfer between grain boundaries at the atomic level, finding that when the computer ''built'' grain boundaries with different mismatch angles, the grain boundary was not just a line, it was a region of disordered atoms.


Blue Waters tours

Mar 03, 2015

Blue Waters tours Take a tour of Blue Waters, one of the fastest supercomputers in the world! In conjunction with Engineering Open House, you can visit the supercomputer any time between 9a and 3p on Saturday, March 14.


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