The REMA project relied entirely on the computational and data resources of Blue Waters to run the SETSM software they developed that automated assembly of overlapping pairs of high-resolution satellite images to create the high-resolution, high-fidelity elevation maps.
Facilitating FEA: NCSA collaborates with Rolls-Royce, Livermore Software Technology Corporation, and Cray to scale up implicit finite element analysisSep 13, 2018
Drawing on real-life models from Rolls-Royce and technical consulting from Cray, NCSA and LSTC optimized LS-DYNA to reduce the memory footprint of running high-fidelity models and improve the software's performance and scalability.
For our latest Student Spotlight, we caught up with Miguel Holgado, a graduate student and member of NCSA’s Gravity Group, who studies compact-object mergers and the gravitational waves that arise out of them.
Kaiyu Guan, a NCSA Blue Waters professor at the University of Illinois, has been recognized by the American Geophysical Union for his work to combine supercomputers and satellite with agriculture and environmental sustainability.
Stream more than 85 talks from researchers from this year’s Blue Waters Symposium in Sunriver, Oregon.
Mone't Alberts was one of 18 undergraduate students from across the country to receive support for the 2017-2018 Blue Waters Student Internship Program.
NCSA's Blue Waters project is welcoming its fifth cadre of Blue Waters Graduate Fellows. We caught up with a few fellows from the past five years to talk about their experiences, and the impact of their Blue Waters Graduate Fellowship.
The internship pairs students with faculty mentors and a research project for them to tackle. Each student is given a stipend totaling $5,000, access to a two-week intensive high-performance computing workshop, and an education allocation on the Blue Waters system.
34 University of Illinois researcher teams awarded allocations on powerful Blue Waters supercomputerJun 11, 2018
The last-ever round of Illinois Allocations for computation time on NCSA’s Blue Waters supercomputer have been awarded, totalling more than 5.5 million node-hours, valued at nearly $3.7 million.
Prior GPU experience is not required, as those selected will be paired with experienced mentors who will teach them how to leverage accelerated computing in their own applications or further optimize their codes.
Ten graduate students from across the country have been awarded computation time, financial support, and dedicated staff expertise to advance their computational and data-intensive Ph.D. research on one of the most powerful supercomputers in the world -- Blue Waters.
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