The images from the Dark Energy camera were processed using the Dark Energy Survey data reduction pipelines at NCSA using HTCondor.
The Great Lakes Consortium for Petascale Computation is soliciting research proposals, due November 15, 2017.
NCSA and Blue Waters supercomputer aid a new era for gravitational wave astrophysics.
The HPCwire Readers' Choice Awards nominations are out, and NCSA is excited to announce that this year we have received six different nominations. We would be honored to have your vote. Please vote today!
On September 19-20, 2017, NCSA will welcome the newest cadre of Blue Waters Graduate Fellows, from nine universities across the country, to the University of Illinois campus.
Through partnerships with NSF and the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, ArcticDEM was born and this month it has released the sixth and final installment of some of the most accurate digital elevation data for 32% if the Arctic.
Researchers linked together the Blue Waters and MIRA supercomputers, and then transferred 1.8 PB of data 1,200 miles.
University of Illinois faculty can submit a proposal until Sep. 15.
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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