Seeing the Beginning of Time looks deep into space and time, featuring one of the most far-reaching scientific efforts ever undertaken to study the universe.
NCSA deploys custom software to limit impact from a storage disk subsystem upgrade on Blue Waters' science.
Results confirm new population of black holes.
Now in its fourth year, the Blue Waters Fellowship Program provides students in a variety of disciplines substantial financial support and the opportunity to advance their research that involves high performance computing by leveraging the sustained petascale performance of the Blue Waters supercomputer.
Study finds the nation's most powerful, open-science government-supported supercomputing program has positive impact on state and local economies.
Highlights from an investigation and evaluation of the scientific results from the NCSA Blue Waters supercomputer system.
NCSA releases annual report highlighting scientific exploration and breakthroughs enabled by the Blue Waters ProjectMay 02, 2017
The report highlights a year of scientific exploration and breakthroughs enabled by the project's leadership-class supercomputer and its associated support, training, and education efforts.
Interns will learn to apply high-performance computing to problems in science, mathematics, and engineering through the year-long program. Their experience will begin in late May with a two-week Petascale Institute at NCSA.
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.
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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