Supercomputers

Supercomputer helping solve a slow-sliding puzzle – the Gisborne Herald

Posted on May 27, 2021, 10:41 a.m. The combination of supercomputers and seismic CT scans is the latest approach scientists are using to better understand the causes of slow-slip earthquakes over the Hikurangi Subduction Zone off the East Coast. Slow-slip events can trigger the equivalent of a magnitude 7 earthquake, …

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Supercomputer predicts Manchester United’s chances of winning Europa League final

Manchester United are the favorites to win their Europa League clash against Villarreal tonight – both with the bookies and according to a supercomputer. In pursuit of their first trophy under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – and since 2017 – United are preparing to shake horns with Unai Emery and his …

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Grocery stores may be safer against COVID than previously thought, simulations show

Over a year ago, research from Finnish computing center CSC went viral – so to speak – when their simulations showed how virus particles from a cough could spread and linger in the aisles of grocery store. New research led by Michel Boufadel and Fangda Cui of the New Jersey …

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Premier League final season supercomputer reveals Aston Villa was the biggest outperformer as Wolves and Sheff Utd flopped

ASTON VILLA has been the biggest outperformer this season, according to a Premier League supercomputer. But Wolves and the relegation of Sheffield United were the campaign’s biggest disappointments. 1 The 2020-21 season threw some surprises at both ends of the table Dean Smith’s side avoided relegation by the skin of …

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Premier League final season supercomputer reveals Aston Villa was the biggest outperformer as Wolves and Sheff Utd flopped

ASTON VILLA has been the biggest outperformer this season, according to a Premier League supercomputer. But Wolves and the relegation of Sheffield United were the campaign’s biggest disappointments. 1 The 2020-21 season threw some surprises at both ends of the table Dean Smith’s side avoided relegation by the skin of …

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Oil drillers and bitcoin miners tie in with natural gas

On US oil plots stretching along the Rockies and Great Plains, trailers hitched to trucks climbed up to well pads to capture natural gas and convert it on-site into electricity. The trailers – carrying pipes, generators and computers – are called “mining platforms”. But their owners are not there to …

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Frontier Supercomputer for the world’s fastest storage: 75TB / s, 15 billion IOPS, 700 PetaBytes

The Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF) has announced the first details on the Orion storage subsystem of its upcoming Frontier exascale supercomputer which is expected to go live in late 2021. Being the industry’s first ExaFLOPS 1.5 supercomputer, Frontier will need a very fast storage subsystem. It looks like …

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Jeremy Kepner named SIAM Fellow | MIT News

Jeremy Kepner, Lincoln Laboratory Fellow in the Division of Cybersecurity and Information Sciences and Research Affiliate in the Mathematics Department at MIT, has been named in the 2021 class of Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM ). The Fellow designation honors SIAM members who have made outstanding contributions to …

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Google advises on its original TPUv4 AI engines

Google may be buying heavens not knows how many GPUs to run HPC and AI workloads on its eponymous public cloud, and it may have recently spoken of its commitment to pushing the industry to innovate at the SoC level and stay away. designing its own compute engines, but the …

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EuroHPC Systems Leonardo and Lumi share more details as they approach the finish lines

About two years ago, the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking (EC) selected eight host countries for its first eight systems. Now these trees are bearing fruit – Slovenia’s 6.8 Vega woodpecker petaflop system, for example, is already operational. The stars of the show, however, are the three pre-exascale systems: the Finnish 375 …

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