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Anvil Dropping Into ACCESS

Purdue’s supercomputer, Anvil, has recently completed its testing phase and is now officially an ACCESS resource. It’s already hard at work aiding researchers in their search for sustainability and in cancer-research training.

ACCESS Allocation Opportunities

Beginning September 15th the allocation period for large-scale projects in ACCESS will be open. Here’s what you need to know – regardless of your resource needs.

Advancing to ACCESS

XSEDE will now make way for ACCESS. For many, ACCESS will function similarly to XSEDE. Both have the same goal of connecting scientists, researchers and educators with cyberinfrastructure resources they might not have otherwise had access to.

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The Push and Pull of the Ocean

An international group of researchers used SDSC’s Expanse supercomputer to create simulations of the currents in the California Current Ecosystem – an area spanning more than 1,800 miles along the coast from Canada to Mexico.

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