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Machine Learning Award Powers Engine Design at Argonne

Over at Argonne, Jared Sagoff writes that automotive manufacturers are leveraging the power of DOE supercomputers to simulate the combustion engines of the future. “As part of a partnership between the Argonne, Convergent Science, and Parallel Works, engine modelers are beginning to use machine learning algorithms and artificial intelligence to optimize their simulations. Now, this alliance recently received a Technology Commercialization Fund award from the DOE to complete this important project.”

R Systems Powers Parallel Works in the Cloud at NAFEMS Engineering Event

Today HPC Cloud provider R Systems announced plans to showcase its flexible High Performance Computing solutions at the annual NAFEMS (for engineering analysis & simulation in the automotive industry) conference Nov. 8, 2018 in Troy, Mich. Attendees can learn more about how automotive organizations are using new methods to access HPC resources such as cloud computing (public, private and hybrid) as well as dedicated and managed HPC resources and services by visiting the R Systems booth or by attending the IndyCar case study NAFEMS session.

R-Systems to Launch PWRS HPC Access Portal

Today Parallel Works Inc. announced that the company is partnering with R-Systems to launch the PWRS HPC Access Portal. The Portal will empower scientists, engineers, and data analysts with the tools to supercharge their computational studies. “We deliver flexible solutions to meet our clients’ on-premise, off-premise or Hybrid HPC requirements. Our partnership with Parallel Works increases R Systems’ arsenal of solutions and proves once again that we offer more than cores to our clients.”