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Georgia Tech Engineers Simulate Solar Cell Work Using XSEDE-Allocated Supercomputers

Perovskite research shows promise for future inexpensive, efficient solar options

XSEDE Resources Aid International Engineering Team on Wave Energy Project

‘Comet’ and ‘Bridges’ Supercomputers Validate Novel Simulation Tool

Turbulence Meets a Shock

XSEDE’s Stampede2, ECSS Helps Simulate Shock Turbulence Interactions

Building Better Batteries

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

Capture and Convert

XSEDE Helps Pitt Team Design Material to Capture and Turn CO2 into Useful Products

Researchers Use XSEDE Allocated Resources to Simulate Turbulent Flows

Turbulent flows are everywhere, even though they are often invisible to the human eye. Turbulent flows are everywhere, even though they are often invisible to the human eye. Using supercomputers...