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HPC Is Right Now: Q&A with the Esteemed Amanda Randles on HPC and Biomedical Research

When a person who has been lauded as an “outstanding young computer professional of the year” is just as adept in biomedical engineering, math, and applied physics, you have the makings of a unique achiever with transformational potential. Actually, you have Amanda Randles. Randles, currently the Alfred Winborne and Victoria Stover Mordecai Assistant Professor of

Nominations Are Open for the Second ACM SIGHPC Emerging Woman Leader in Technical Computing Award

Make Your Nomination Before June 30 The ACM SIGHPC Emerging Woman Leader in Technical Computing (EWL/TC) is a biennial award open to any woman who has engaged in HPC and technical computing research, education, and/or practice for 5-15 years since receiving her highest degree. This international award creates a new career milestone achievement and consists

HPC Is Right Now: The Opioid Crisis & Gordon Bell Prize-Winning Genomic Research at ORNL

Summit’s Capabilities Offer Problem-Solving Power of Which Dreams (and Science Innovations) Are Made As high-performance computing systems continue solving even more complex problems at increasing scales, they also are enticing scientists to examine and challenge how the systems themselves operate. For Wayne Joubert and Daniel Jacobson, scientists at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, having the world’s

HPC Is Right. HPC Is Now. Five Pressing Questions with Dr. Lin Gan

Dr. Lin Gan is an SC conference success story on repeat. In 2016, he was part of the 12-person team awarded the Gordon Bell Prize for developing a solver used to understand fluid dynamics created specifically for improving weather simulations.1 Their solver could successfully scale the entire Chinese-built Sunway TaihuLight system, the fastest supercomputer in

Awards Spotlight: Why HPC Is Now

Enrico Rinaldi, a physicist and special postdoctoral fellow with the Riken BNL Research Center, was part of a team nominated for the 2018 ACM Gordon Bell Prize for developing an algorithm and code that can more precisely determine the lifetime of a neutron. Their work directly focused on quantum chromodynamics, or QCD, a fundamental particle

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