ACCESS resource Stampede2 aids scientists in analyzing solar wind
Some scientists have recently studied perovskites because of their material properties that can be used in things such as solar cells. A team of researchers from Ames National Laboratory and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich – along with a talented undergraduate – used the powerful HPC resource at the San Diego Supercomputer Center for their study.
Engineering scholars from Johns Hopkins University used Expanse at the San Diego Supercomputer Center at UC San Diego to create simulations to model the friction between two rough surfaces coated with fatty acids.
University of Kansas researchers who study a rare form of Alzheimer’s disease used Expanse at the San Diego Supercomputer Center at UC San Diego to conduct studies on how mutations of a critical protein enzyme could be treated to better control thought, language and memory.
Researchers use Bridges-2 supercomputer to develop software that mimics properties of AI that are more understandable to humans.
A team at Ohio University used PSC’s Bridges-2 system to carry out a series of simulations showing how coal might eventually be converted to valuable — and carbon-neutral — materials like graphite and carbon nanotubes.