Classiq and Quantum Intelligence Partner on Drug Development

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA and TEL AVIV, ISRAEL | April 04, 2024 — Quantum computing software company Classiq and Quantum Intelligence Corp. today announced the launch of joint research for drug development by applying quantum computing to pharmacology. The collaboration is under the auspices of Classiq’s Quantum Computing For Life Sciences & Healthcare Center, launched with NVIDIA […]

SK hynix to Invest $3.9B in Indiana HBM Fab and R&D with Purdue

Memory chip company SK hynix announced it will invest $3.87 billion in West Lafayette, Indiana to build an advanced packaging fabrication and R&D facility for AI products. The project, which the company said is the first of its kind in the U.S., will be an advanced….

Exascale Software and NASA’s ‘Nerve-Racking 7 Minutes’ with Mars Landers

NASA supercomputers have helped several Mars landers survive the nerve-racking seven minutes of terror. During this hair-raising interval, a lander enters the Martian atmosphere and needs to automatically execute many crucial actions in precise order….

ALCF Announces Online AI Testbed Training Workshops

The Argonne Leadership Computing Facility has announced a series of training workshops to introduce users to the novel AI accelerators deployed at the ALCF AI Testbed. The four individual workshops will introduce participants to the architecture and software of the SambaNova DataScale SN30, the Cerebras CS-2 system, the Graphcore Bow Pod system, and the GroqRack […]

@HPCpodcast: Matt Sieger of OLCF-6 on the Post-Exascale ‘Discovery’ Vision

What does a supercomputer center do when it’s operating two systems among the TOP-10 most powerful in the world — one of them the first system to cross the exascale milestone? It starts planning its successor.  The center is Oak Ridge National Lab, a U.S. Department….

Exascale Computing Project: Leveraging HPC and Neural Networks for Cancer Research

What happens when Department of Energy (DOE) researchers join forces with chemists and biologists at the National Cancer Institute (NCI). They use the most advanced high-performance computers to study cancer at the molecular, cellular and population levels.

LBNL Researchers to Be Presented Hans Meuer Award at ISC 2024

Hamburg, Germany, March 22 – This year’s Hans Meuer Award recipients are a team of five researchers from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory for their evaluation of the classical HPC hardware requirements for large-scale quantum computations. The Hans Meuer Award is an annual award presented at ISC High Performance. It recognizes the most outstanding research paper […]

HPC User Forum Updates Speaker Lineup for April 9-10 Meeting in Reston, VA

March 17, 2024 — The HPC User Forum has updated its agenda spotlighting speakers at its upcoming meeting, Tuesday and Wednesday, April 9-10, 2024, at the Hyatt Regency Reston in Reston, VA.  The full agenda and registration information can be found here. Register at: https://www.hpcuserforum.com/hpc-user-forum-spring-2024/ “The forum is a meeting place for the HPC community to […]

DOE Awards $5.2M to HPC for Energy Projects, Announces Intent for Spring 2024 Solicitation

March 11, 2024 — The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced a $5.2 million federal investment for 13 projects that will tap into the DOE national laboratories’ high performance computing (HPC) resources to help industry partners improve material performance, advance manufacturing processes, and reduce industrial emissions. These collaborative projects will address manufacturing and materials challenges […]

Argonne: ATPESC Training Application Deadline Extended to March 10

The application deadline for the Argonne Training Program on Extreme-Scale Computing (ATPESC) program has been extended to Sunday, March 10. This year marks the 12th  year for ATPESC, which  provides intensive, two-week training on the key skills, approaches, and tools to design, implement, and execute computational science and engineering applications on current high-end computing systems […]