Vlad Kindratenko helps researchers refine the tools and applications that they use to make discoveries and gain insights with high-performance computing.
Using simulations made on the Blue Waters supercomputer and XSEDE resources, University of Illinois astrophysicist Charles Gammie and his research team enabled the first-ever picture of a black hole, captured last week.
Porter and the ArcticDEM team used the Blue Waters supercomputer to create digital elevation models to map the Arctic, the Antarctic, and soon, the entire world.
Imagine being able to map the night sky five times more frequently than our current human capability.
Blue Waters professors Kaiyu Guan and Mattia Gazzola have each received an NSF CAREER award, a prestigious achievement for young researchers across the United States.
The institute, which runs from August 19-23, aims to help researchers scale their code for leadership-class computing systems.
This round of allocations provides over 17 million node-hours, equivalent to over half a billion core hours, and is valued at over $10.5 million, helping Illinois researchers push the boundaries of innovation and frontier science discovery.
High throughput detection technology and powerful bioinformatics, reveal a new approach for LTBI diagnosis.
University of Illinois faculty and Blue Waters Professor Diwakar Shukla was one of 126 researchers named a Fellow by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
Ranging from research investigations regarding Hepatitis B to space weather modeling, these diverse projects will help provide researchers insight into complex problems in multiple scientific areas.
A team of researchers featuring Caltech’s Cameron Hummels used the Blue Waters leadership supercomputer to account for large amounts of neutral hydrogen gas following the formation of galaxies.
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