The latest TOP500 List of the world's most powerful computers was released at the International Supercomputing Conference for HPC, Networking, Storage and Analysis (SC19) in Denver.
Three LLNL teams, including the Spack package manager, netted regional awards for technology transfer from the Federal Laboratory Consortium (FLC) last week.
Of the Lab's four R&D 100 Award winners for 2019, two are open-source software projects: SCR and Spack.
Alan Noun, a computer science student at CSU East Bay and the recipient of the Livermore Lab Foundation's first full-year scholarship, is an intern at LLNL’s Data Science Summer Institute.
LLNL researchers have posted another standout year securing major grants through the DOE's Technology Commercialization Fund, including one for the Radiation Field Training Simulator.
The HPC4EI program announced 9 public/private projects awarded more than $2 million from the DOE. This program is the umbrella entity for the HPC4Mfg and HPC4Mtls programs, headed out of LLNL.
An LLNL team used LANL's Trinity supercomputer for a machine-learned surrogate representation of their laser-driven fusion implosion model.
LLNL’s Lassen joined Sierra in the top 10 of the TOP500 list of the world’s most powerful supercomputers, announced at the 2019 International Supercomputing Conference in Frankfurt, Germany.
The HPC for Manufacturing Program (HPC4Mfg) announced the recipients of $1.2 million in federal funding for projects aimed at solving key manufacturing challenges through supercomputing.
The “best in class” award was for the Accelerating Therapeutics for Opportunities in Medicine (ATOM) consortium, which aims to use HPC to accelerate drug development.
LLNL has named Will Pazner as Computation’s third Sidney Fernbach Postdoctoral Fellow in the Computing Sciences.
Greg Lee helps develop tools designed to boost performance and productivity of Livermore scientists.