Katelyn Barber, a former Blue Waters Graduate Fellow from the University of North Dakota, is using supercomputers to help the aviation industry better evaluate turbulence.
The C3.ai Digital Transformation Institute, which spans multiple research institutions and private companies, seeks to apply computational resources and artificial intelligence to initially study COVID-19 and ways to curb its spread.
Over $13 million worth of allocations in Blue Waters supercomputer awards have been given to researchers and faculty at Illinois studying a diversity of topics.
Rommie Amaro, a Blue Waters researcher from UC-San Diego, has used Blue Waters to simulate movement in the viral envelope of the flu virus.
Kaiyu Guan, a Blue Waters professor at NCSA, and his research team have been awarded a grant to measure carbon emissions in bioenergy crops
NCSA has been awarded the Best Academic/Government collaboration award for EarthDEM, a collaboration with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency that seeks to create digital elevation models of the entire Earth.
NCSA has announced four new Blue Waters Webinars taking place over the next two months.
Dr. Weijia Kuang from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center is using Blue Waters to gain insights into the inner reaches of the Earth
NCSA will continue to provide supercomputing resources to University of Illinois researchers through the Blue Waters Project into 2020.
Biologists are learning that lungs in vertebrates seem to evolve and adapt to the environment. But there is still much to learn, and NCSA’s Blue Waters supercomputer is enabling those discoveries.
NCSA will receive $11.1 million in initial funding from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency to fundamentally change the way the Earth is mapped.
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