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XSEDE Supercomputers Aid in Novel Simulations of X-Ray Laser Research Laser Pulse Visualizations Powered by SDSC and TACC Supercomputers

While intense magnetic fields are naturally generated by neutron stars, researchers have been striving to achieve similar results in the laboratory for many years.

Upcoming NSF Cyberinfrastructure Projects to Support 'Long-Tail' Users, AI and Big Data

The National Science Foundation is well positioned to support national priorities, as new NSF-funded HPC systems to come online in the upcoming year promise to democratize advanced computing and...

XSEDE announces 2019-2020 Campus Champions Fellows

Five researchers selected to partner with XSEDE experts for year-long collaborations

Going with the Flow

XSEDE-Powered Calculations Shed Light on Heat Transfer Between 2D Electronic Components

Building Better Batteries

CMU Scientists Use XSEDE-Allocated Resources to Simulate Improved Battery Components

Supercomputing Dynamic Earthquake Rupture Models

XSEDE resources Stampede1, Stampede2, Comet support multi-fault earthquake research

XSEDE Resources Help Researchers Achieve Crystal Clear Results. Literally.

Supercomputer-Generated Models Shed Light on Color-Changing Material Applications

XSEDE-Allocated Resources Power Population Genomics Study

Comet, Jetstream, Bridges Run Millions of Genomic Simulations Assisted by the Open Science Grid

Dangerous Curves Ahead

Machine Learning Enables Scientists to Spot “Comma-Shaped Clouds,” Extreme Weather

XCRI team supports Doane University in HPC build and implementation

XSEDE Capabilities and Resource Integration (XCRI) staff assisted in building a new high performance computing (HPC) cluster at Doane University in Crete, Nebraska

Turning Algorithms into Applicable Skills

XSEDE initiates successful advanced computing training partnership with Cal State Los Angeles

XSEDE personnel help University of Cincinnati create Advanced Research Computing Cluster

New system enables a variety of R&E activities, fosters increased collaboration between scientific, engineering, and humanities departments

Illinois researcher uses XSEDE to contribute to black hole image

Charles Gammie, a professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Illinois, used supercomputer simulations to help confirm the first-ever captured image of a black hole.
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