This week TACC announced that they will deploy Maverick in January 2014, a unique, powerful, high performance visualization and data analytics resource.
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This week the Texas Advanced Computing Center announced plans to test pilot the Toopher Invisible Multifactor Authentication technology for secure access in TACC’s supercomputing environment.
Researchers are using TACC supercomputers for surgical simulations that could save lives.
The Corral large-scale data repository at the Texas Advanced Computing Center now hosts 100 unique scientific research collections. From measurements of Earth’s gravity field to whale songs to mass spectrometry data, Corral’s usage is growing at 10% per month with over one petabyte of data and counting.
Atoms are in constant motion, making slight position adjustments in timescales that start in femtoseconds. Over at TACC, Monica Kortsha writes that researchers are using supercomputers to investigate molecular movement in the time scale that they actually occur. Milestoning, an algorithm developed by UT researcher Ron Elber, is the ultimate timekeeper. By breaking the movements […]
Over at TACC, Aaron Dubrow writes that while microbes play a critical role in our environment, but much about them remains unknown. Powered by TACC supercomputers, the science of metagenomics makes it possible to investigate microbes in their natural environments and in the complex communities in which they normally live. Functional characterization of Indian Ocean […]
As a river flows around rocks and logs, still spaces form in the fluid flow. Over at TACC, Aaron Dubrow writes that researchers are exploring the phase space of these fluid deformations using supercomputers. Through a better understanding of microfluidics, clinicians may someday be able to separate white blood cells from other cells in a […]
The sky is getting crowded. According to NASA, there are more than 21,000 pieces of ‘space junk’ roughly the size of a baseball in orbit, and about 500,000 pieces that are golf ball-sized. To help mitigate risk, researchers are using TACC supercomputers to simulate orbital debris impacts on spacecraft. If a spacecraft is hit by […]