Supercomputers

Morpheus offers protection against hackers and bugs

Todd Austin is Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Michigan. Lauren Biernacki is a PhD candidate in computer science and engineering at the University of Michigan. This story was originally featured on The conversation. We have developed and tested a new secure computer processor that …

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Vietnam Welcomes Supercomputers To Boost AI Development | Scientific technology

Viettel’s supercomputer system Recently, Viettel Cyber ​​Space Center (member of the Viettel group) operated its high performance computing system in its database center. This system can run 20 petaFLOPS, allowing Cyber ​​Space Center to run various complex training models simultaneously. Viettel’s supercomputer uses computational acceleration technologies, network switches and synchronous …

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ORNL partners on science kits for STEM schools

The kits contain instructions and materials for five activities that explore energy sources, such as building a solar oven or a wind-powered vehicle. An ORNL-themed activity explains and shows how supercomputers work using the power of parallel processing. “We are on a mission to save the planet, and STEM skills …

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Snelius, National Supercomputer – Context

If all goes according to plan, the plug will be removed from Cartesius on September 1. That’s it High performance computingThe system has been a trusted IT service for over eight years as the Netherlands National Supercomputer. As such, scientists can rely on Cartesius for the complex calculations required for …

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Humanitarian work at Los Alamos laboratory is more important | Letters to the Editor

For example, Thom Mason, director of the Los Alamos National Laboratory, admits (“Mason: Nuclear Work Remains Core of the LANL Mission,” April 30) that LANL’s primary mission is the design and construction of nuclear weapons. He goes on to say that LANL’s other projects, presumably those that benefit humanity, would …

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Technological ideas have spiritual consequences

This column is part of our ongoing opinion piece on faith, called Living our faith. Get weekly project summaries delivered to your inbox by subscribing to Newsletter Living our faith. Richard Weaver, the political philosopher, once wrote that “ideas have consequences”. And this is a tale. In June 2001, 20 …

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Berkeley Co. students honored for winning seats at international science fair | Newspaper

MARTINSBURG – Two women scientists from Berkeley County schools were honored at Monday night’s board of education meeting for their impressive work in the field that earned them a spot at the international science fair. Bronte Stump and Spring Mills High freshman Makaylee Haynes both presented their plans during the …

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Supercomputer predicts Manchester United and Arsenal’s chances of winning Europa League

Manchester United have at least one foot in the Europa League final after hitting Roma six times on Thursday night. With a place in next month’s centerpiece in Gdansk, United are firmly in the driver’s seat ahead of next week’s comeback. Portuguese playmaker Bruno Fernandes put Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side …

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Open-source GPU technology for supercomputers

PICTURE: Vladimir Stegailov, professor at HSE University After Credit: Vladimir Stegailov Researchers at the HSE International Laboratory for Atomistic Modeling and Multiscale Analysis at HSE, JIHT RAS and MIPT compared the performance of popular molecular modeling programs on GPU accelerators produced by AMD and Nvidia. In an article published by …

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