Articles tagged with: Jaguar
Using Jaguar, a research team led by Aleksei Aksimentiev, assistant professor in the physics department at the University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign, began a project to create machines for personal genome sequencing that will be more accessible to hospitals.
Using Jaguar, SEACISM’s aim is to use state-of-the-art simulation to predict the behavior of ice sheets under a changing climate by developing scalable algorithms.
BMI’s Mike Henderson discusses the aerodynamic analysis of semi-tractor trailers, research that could greatly enhance the efficiency of one of America’s most important shipping mediums.
Researchers use Jaguar to simulate ignition in type Ia supernova explosions.
Type Ia supernovas are the largest thermonuclear explosions in …
At the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, the world’s fastest supercomputer for unclassified research is simulating abrupt climate change and shedding light on an enigmatic period of natural global warming in Earth’s relatively recent history.
Software engineers turn to Pat Worley’s team to fix problems that threaten simulations.
When German physicist Max Planck created quantum theory in 1900, he was not trying to revolutionize the world. He …
Is it possible to have a carbon-neutral Super Bowl? When National Football League Environmental Program Coordinator Jack Groh wanted to find out, he called ORNL.
Next-generation plants to produce electricity and hydrogen and sequester carbon dioxide Near-zero-emission coal plants are in the works to generate electricity and hydrogen and sequester carbon dioxide.
Research may fuel low-temperature combustion technology to save energy, cut emissions